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According to a World Economic Forum report, share of households below poverty line will reduce from 15% today to 5% by 2030
In 2009 Lok Sabha elections, J Mohanraj had declared deposits of Rs 1977 crores, making him the richest man contesting Lok Sabha elections
Energy demand in India is growing at more than 5% annually.
The choice of this new policy instrument is very clear, it should come under the Direct Benefit Transfer framework in the form of a Targeted Basic Income.
India's GDP is expected to grow at a rate of 7.5% in the 2019-20 financial year.
The World Bank predicts 7.3% growth in 2018-19 fiscal year
The mission is winning accolades for openly talking about a subject that was a taboo till recently
The government has delivered well on most parameters
By 2022, India's poverty headcount will reduce to less than 20 million, expected to become zero soon thereafter
PM Modi had announced that 'Blood and Water' cannot flow together, Kishanganga project is a testimony to that commitment
The United Nations said India with 7.5 percent growth rate, will be the fastest economy in the world.
This is not the first time an International organisation has reposed faith in "Modi's India"
India has considerably reduced the gender gap in providing access to financial services
This perhaps comes as a major blow to the opposition that termed demonetisation as a draconian step
Pakistan is alleging India of carrying our 'water aggression' and building dams to restrict water flow to Pakistan
India's growth has been steady stable, diversified and resilient, says the World Bank
Far from criticising Modi, the  draft report by  World Bank criticises the jobs data of Manmohan Singh led UPA itself.
Comments by an economist and an article by a 'think tank' were twisted to target Modi government
The litany of lies and misrepresentations never stop
Charlatans on the scene make a mess of serious analysis
We still have a long way to go, but for now, let's be happy we're on right course.
These experts have shrugged off doomsday forecasts
India is now ranked 26th, an improvement of 73 places as compared to 2014
A journey well started, but a long road ahead. Analysis of the World Bank's report.
Indian media can resort to anything to show PM Modi in bad light

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