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India dismisses criticism by western media over its coal consumption

Dec 07, 2015

India dismisses criticism by western media over its coal consumption

Dismissing western media's criticism over its coal consumption to meet energy needs, India said that such reports will not deter the country from its stand. #India #Environment #climate change #NewsTracker #Prakash Javadekar #coal consumption
RBI policy: No news is good news for market players. Here's why

Dec 02, 2015

RBI policy: No news is good news for market players. Here's why

No direct clues have been left for the next policy and hence to use the cliché, one needs to wait and watch #Inflation #Monetary policy #Interest rate #fiscal deficit #Union Budget #Consumption #RBI policy #Real estate #rabi sowing
June quarter GDP at 7%: India is still fastest growing but numbers reveal growth pangs

Sep 01, 2015

June quarter GDP at 7%: India is still fastest growing but numbers reveal growth pangs

The positive part is that the government has shown willingness to ramp up spending in infrastructure, but economists note that the spending has to pick up in a much more significant manner if the government wants to arrest the economic slowdown #GDP growth #investment cycle #private consumption
Literacy rate higher in urban areas, more boys educated than girls, finds NSSO survey

Jul 01, 2015

Literacy rate higher in urban areas, more boys educated than girls, finds NSSO survey

Literacy rate in rural areas was pegged at 71 percent last year, compared to 86 percent in urban areas, while among the age group of seven years and above, male literacy rate was found higher than the female literacy rate, according to NSSO survey released on Tuesday. #didyouknow #National Sample Survey Office #urban areas #Rural areas #NSSO survey #Social Consumption: Education
Govt has no silver bullet, the problem is demand slowdown and not policy, says Crisil

May 19, 2015

Govt has no silver bullet, the problem is demand slowdown and not policy, says Crisil

Crisil believes the government has to pick up the gauntlet and try to push the investment cycle #Economic growth #CRISIL #investment cycle #demand slowdown #private consumption
Fiscal picture is better than it seems;

Apr 17, 2015

Fiscal picture is better than it seems; "achche din" may begin from end of 2015

When states are going to corner two-thirds of tax revenues, it makes little sense to focus only on the Centre's fiscal deficit. The combined picture is looking better than that of only the centre, though the pay commission could be a spoiler. #Economy #ConnectTheDots #fiscal deficit #14th Finance Commission #investment cycle #Seventh Pay Commission #Consumption Cycle