GDP falls to 5%: Urgent economic reforms needed, but Centre's attention fixed on Ayodhya, Assam and Kashmir
Unless very high growth is revived, India’s journey towards eliminating poverty and dependence will halt.
GDP growth slips to 5%: There may be more bad news coming before things get better; economy must be sole focus now
India could have been on a stronger wicket if the first Narendra Modi government had not missed several opportunities to strengthen the economy (this is not to take away from the few reforms it did undertake).
Discoms make a beeline for cheaper power supplied by NTPC under SCED system; expected to save nearly Rs 2.5 cr per day
NTPC is best equipped to offer power at a lower cost to the central pool since a number of its units have lower fuel costs
Specialty chemical companies capex to jump 70% by 2020 on healthy domestic demand, improving operating rates: Report
The capital expenditure of specialty chemical manufacturers stood at Rs 7,500 crore in fiscals 2017 and 2018, rating agency Crisil said in a note.
Dalmia Bharat's total expenses stood at Rs 2,641 crore, up 4.88 percent from Rs 2,518 crore in the year-ago period.
New projects investment unlikely to revive in FY20 though stress in corporate sector has 'plateaued': Report
For FY20, there will not be a major improvement in the liquidity positions and working capital for a majority of corporates, even as some sectors like metals and steel can witness some improvement
While the underlying economy might be recovering, it is very difficult to believe that it is growing at 7.4%