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Jan 17, 2018
Government cuts size of additional borrowing from Rs 50,000 cr to Rs 20,000 cr saying it is enoughOn 27 December, the government had stated that it would raise additional market borrowing of Rs 50,000 crore
Jan 05, 2018
GDP: Why lack of new jobs can rattle Narendra Modi govt in a bigger way than lower growth figuresA slowing GDP can have adverse political impact on the Narendra Modi government since opposition will likely rake up the issue of slowing growth
Jan 04, 2018
Govt to opt for wider fiscal deficit target of 3.2% in FY19; borrowings may swell to Rs 5.2 lakh cr: DBSDBS attributed difficulties on fiscal deficit front to shortfall in receipts and added that expenditure has stayed on the planned course
Dec 28, 2017
Govt's higher borrowing of Rs 50,000 crore means there will necessarily be fiscal slippageThe alternative is to have central govt breach fiscal deficit target and borrow more from the market, which is being done now
Jan 11, 2017
RBI Governor Urjit Patel urges govt to rein in borrowings, inflationThe government debt-to-GDP ratio was taking its toll on the country's sovereign ratings, he said, adding that the combined fiscal deficit of the Centre and state governments was among the highest in the G20 group of nations.
Feb 24, 2015
Budget 2015: Fiscal consolidation is the most important reform that markets are waiting forFocus on improving the tax-to-GDP ratio from current 10.6 percent levels, lowering the subsidy bill from over 2 percent of GDP and spending on creation of assets will help the government on its fiscal consolidation path
Dec 14, 2014
Lucky Jaitley to make a windfall gain of $12 bn from crude oil fallThe savings would come in the form of reduced fuel subsidy costs and higher petrol and diesel levies
Sep 27, 2014
Modi govt cuts annual borrowing target by Rs 8000 crThe Central Government on Friday said it would borrow Rs 2.40 lakh crore from markets in the second half of the current fiscal, Rs 8,000 crore less than the annual estimate.
Sep 17, 2013
India to borrow Rs 6.3 lakh crore this fiscal year: reportThe government will announce the fiscal second-half borrowing that begins in October on September 23, the report said.
Apr 01, 2013
Why the Indian economy is in a Catch-22 situationThe government is spending too much. To bring down rates and improve growth, it has to spend less. But if it spends less, growth will anyway come down