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Nomura says GDP growth may ease to 6% in Oct-Dec quarter citing demonetisation impact
Business

Nomura says GDP growth may ease to 6% in Oct-Dec quarter citing demonetisation impact

Regarding the Reserve Bank's monetary policy stance, Nomura said a final 25 bps repo rate cut is likely in February, provided the government consolidates its budget deficit in 2017-18

CLSA's Rajiv Malik sees rise in I-T exemption boost for salaried class
Business

CLSA's Rajiv Malik sees rise in I-T exemption boost for salaried class

There is nothing much happening on the private capex front while the public capex has been doing well as much as potentially it could

Demonetisation: Concerns on farm output minimal, but rural demand may feel the heat amid cash crunch
Business

Demonetisation: Concerns on farm output minimal, but rural demand may feel the heat amid cash crunch

The demonetisation scheme has affected agriculture and linked activities not just in terms of affecting output at the margin, but also lowering potential income as this sector is almost fully cash driven

GDP: Expect bigger shock from note ban; PM Modi needs an exigency plan
Business

GDP: Expect bigger shock from note ban; PM Modi needs an exigency plan

It is time for PM Modi himself to take the lead to minimise the damage caused by one of the boldest reform measures initiated by him, the intention of which isn’t doubted even by his political opponents

Demonetisation: Brokerage, rating firms see India's GDP growth taking hit in next few quarters
Business

Demonetisation: Brokerage, rating firms see India's GDP growth taking hit in next few quarters

According to a report by Ambit Capital, GDP growth is likely to decelerate from 6.4 percent in first half of this fiscal to 0.5 percent in the second half with a distinct possibility of GDP growth contracting in third quarter of this fiscal

Put down that bottle! Even a drink a day is bad for you, says American Heart Association Journal
Life

Put down that bottle! Even a drink a day is bad for you, says American Heart Association Journal

Even moderate alcohol consumption — having just one drink a day — over a long period of time may damage the heart and increase risk of stroke, says a study by

New graphic card from ASUS cuts power consumption by 50 percent
News & Analysis

New graphic card from ASUS cuts power consumption by 50 percent

Taiwan-based computer hardware company ASUS and Republic of Gamers (ROG) have launched a virtual reality (VR) ready gaming graphics card that is environmentally friendly and reduces power consumption by up to 50 percent.

RBI policy: No news is good news for market players. Here's why
Business

RBI policy: No news is good news for market players. Here's why

No direct clues have been left for the next policy and hence to use the cliché, one needs to wait and watch

Booster dose from 7th Pay Commission: Get ready for a consumption-driven growth
Business

Booster dose from 7th Pay Commission: Get ready for a consumption-driven growth

The Pay Commission will boost urban consumption; if rains are generous too, the rural demand will revive.

Gutka consumption and availability in India reduced since ban: WHO
India

Gutka consumption and availability in India reduced since ban: WHO

The availability of gutka and its consumption has reduced since the banning of gutka by various states, the WHO said today.

Reality check: Here's why it is too early to cheer on economic revival
Economy

Reality check: Here's why it is too early to cheer on economic revival

better than two years of stagnant growth at 4.5% and 4.7% respectively, we are still to see the Big Push come from consumption or investment

Kerala's toddy shops all set to fill the liquor gap
Economy

Kerala's toddy shops all set to fill the liquor gap

Kerala's decision to close 730 bars in the state under a new liquor policy has sparked off a sudden interest in toddy, the state's traditional drink.

Bar owners in Kerala to move SC against state's new liqour policy
Economy

Bar owners in Kerala to move SC against state's new liqour policy

Around 600 bar owners in Kerala, Saturday decided to move the Supreme Court against an interim Kerala High Court verdict upholding the state government's new liquor policy.

 Kerala govt wants all Sundays to be dry days, edges towards total prohibition
Economy

Kerala govt wants all Sundays to be dry days, edges towards total prohibition

The Kerala government has said that from next year it wants all alcohol to be sold only in five-star restaurants.

Think food prices are high in India? These graphics will surprise you
Data

Think food prices are high in India? These graphics will surprise you

According to the United States Department of Agriculture--Economic Research Service, compared to the other countries, India spends the lowest amount on food.

Think food prices are high in India? These graphics will surprise you
Data

Think food prices are high in India? These graphics will surprise you

According to the United States Department of Agriculture--Economic Research Service, compared to the other countries, India spends the lowest amount on food.

Rural India is in transition, but why bother? It’s not about politics
India

Rural India is in transition, but why bother? It’s not about politics

Someone must say it aloud: rural India is not about lazy buffaloes and cracked fields.