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Rs 6400 crore: That's the black money stash from India lying in HSBC accounts

May 13, 2015

Rs 6400 crore: That's the black money stash from India lying in HSBC accounts

The special Investigation Team (SIT), which is monitoring the probe into the black money case, told the apex court on Tuesday that the total undisclosed taxable income from unreported HSBC accounts abroad was Rs 6400 crore. #India #Black money #NumberCrunching #Switzerland #HSBC #SIT
India will have the largest Muslim population by 2050, says new study

Apr 03, 2015

India will have the largest Muslim population by 2050, says new study

Hindus will become the world's third largest population by 2050, while India will overtake Indonesia as the country with the largest Muslim population, according to a new study. #Hinduism #NumberCrunching #Indonesia #Muslims in India #Indian Muslims #christians #Muslim population
January WPI declines to over 5-year low of -0.39% but food prices still high

Feb 16, 2015

January WPI declines to over 5-year low of -0.39% but food prices still high

Inflation declined to a five and a half year low of (-)0.39 per cent in January on falling prices of manufactured and fuel items even though food articles remained high. #Inflation #NumberCrunching #Arun Jaitley #WPI
Rate cuts in the offing? Jan inflation inches up to 5.1% but stays below RBI target

Feb 13, 2015

Rate cuts in the offing? Jan inflation inches up to 5.1% but stays below RBI target

Consumer prices rose an annual 5.11 percent compared with a 4.28 percent gain in December, the statistics department said on Thursday after it changed the base year for measuring inflation to 2012 from 2010. #Inflation #GDP #RBI #NumberCrunching #Repo rate #Arun Jaitley #CPI
Don't cheer the new GDP data yet, India has not recovered in a big way

Feb 11, 2015

Don't cheer the new GDP data yet, India has not recovered in a big way

The overall size of nominal GDP remains on par with what it was under the earlier calculations, which means that the size of the cake has not changed much due to the concept being reckoned on a new base year and at market prices. We have changed the composition within by adding back taxes to the concept of GDP which has brought this number up to different levels. #India #GDP #RBI #NumberCrunching #Growth #Ministry of Finance