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May 10, 2018
KCR to launch Rythu Bandhu scheme with eye on 2019 but activists remain skeptical, say it favours richStarting Thursday, KCR will be wooing 58 lakh farmers and handing over Rs 8,000 per acre in two installments every year for every crop cycle.
Sep 26, 2017
Narendra Modi gets a stellar economic advisory panel but will he listen to it in an election year?Much of what needs to be done for the economy is well-known and it is quite likely that the PMEAC will reiterate those points
Jul 02, 2016
Relief for BJP? Subramanian Swamy to tweet less for a weekSubramanian Swamy, who has entertained the media and the people through his comments and attacks on prominent people has declared in a recent tweet that he will tweet less for a week because other important issues demand his attention.
Mar 12, 2016
Advancing Asia Conference: India voices concerns over Donald Trump's H1B visasIndia on Saturday voiced concerns over talks of scrapping non-immigrant H1B visa for professionals by the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, saying such a move would impact export-led growth.
Feb 01, 2016
Dear critics, please don't rubbish the new GDP series; give it some more timeThe new methodology uses the MCA-21 database of the ministry of corporate affairs, which gives only value data
Sep 01, 2015
India should support Chinese yuan's SDR candidacy, says chief economic advisorArray
Feb 27, 2015
Economic Survey predicts growth will jump as fiscal deficit shrinksIndia can increase public investment to drive growth without borrowing more, a key government report said on Friday, in an indication that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will stick to debt targets in his maiden full-year budget on Saturday.
Dec 21, 2014
Don't rejoice welfarists, Jaitley's policy doesn't mark failure of liberal economicsThe public investment-led revival that Subramaniam is advocating is not the dig-ditches-fill-them approach that came to mark the interpretation and execution on the ground of the Keynesian model. Nor does it involve reckless government spending.