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Mar 23, 2017
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley slams Congress for doubting growth dataResponding to Jaitley, Congress leader Anand Sharma said: "We do not doubt GDP figures. We do not want question the credibility of the CSO".
Mar 20, 2017
Note ban too weak and misdirected to root out corruption, says Austrian economistNot well-thought out policies such as the demonetisation project have the potential of affecting Indian economy badly, said the economist.
Mar 17, 2017
Maharashtra economy likely to grow by 9.4% in 2016-17: Economic surveyThe survey stated that agriculture and allied activities sector is likely to grow by 12.5 percent.
Mar 06, 2017
Narendra Modi vs Congress: Why the growth debate must move beyond GDP numbersA political debate on economic issues are indeed good but, it is time politicians went beyond merely the GDP numbers and looked at the core issues on the ground
Mar 03, 2017
Cracking the GDP puzzle: How data revisions helped the govt show a better numberDoubts surrounding India's GDP number just refuse to die down. With every new GDP number there is a chain of suspicions and denials
Feb 08, 2017
RBI policy today: More than rate cut, read Urjit Patel’s lips on GDP growth commentsMore than the interest rates, what is more interesting to watch is RBI forecast on GDP growth and comments from governor Urjit Patel on the growth outlook
Feb 07, 2017
Narendra Modi speech: Enough of rhetoric; where are the hard numbers on demonetisation gains?After three months, the demonetisation pain has begun to ease as cash has slowly found its way back. It's time Narendra Modi presented the facts before the public
Feb 06, 2017
FIPB abolition, emphasis on housing are good gestures, but implementation holds keyImplementation of UBI would have helped the ruling party in expanding its support base beyond traditional segment apart from strengthening rural demand and sustaining economy in the long run
Feb 01, 2017
Budget 2017: In uncertain times, even small positives are worth celebratingThe Union Budget 2017 opted for the path of least resistance
Jan 17, 2017
IMF GDP forecast: Can we stop the India-China ‘fastest growing economy' debate?A sharp decline in GDP growth would mean more job losses, decline in consumer’s ability to purchase and lower number of new projects coming in. Even the existing projects may get derailed resulting in large cost overrun. Compared to this loss, what will the tangible gains from the demonetisation exercise, both in the short-term and long-term is a matter of speculation.