Why Union Budget 2020 is an opportunity for govt to demonstrate its intent to rebuild economic policy credibility
Union Budget documents show that from FY17 to FY20, capital expenditure allocation went up by 18 percent over four years; revenue expenditure went up by 45 percent in that same period: nearly 2.5 times more
India's jobs crisis: It's no more about who's responsible, it's about what we do now to arrest precipitous slide
The Narendra Modi government, very prickly about criticism on the economy, has been defending the problem of job deficit by picking the methodology that suits its counter-narrative, using the EPFO-based methodology.
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As the economic slowdown depeens, different government officials are speaking in different voices
EAC-PM to come out with point-by-point rebuttal of former CEA Arvind Subramanian's claims on GDP numbers
The Economic Advisory Council to the prime minister on Wednesday refuted the claims of former CEA Arvind Subramanian regarding overestimation of GDP numbers and said it will come out with a point-by-point rebuttal in due course
PMEAC member Rathin Roy's claim of consumption boom petering out is out of sync with economic momentum on ground
Besides Make in India, the road to a 10 percent GDP growth for the country is being driven by the ongoing revolution in communications
Rangarajan said there are questions about the deflator that has been used and also on data on company affairs.
Finance Commission chairman cautions against fiscal slippage; says will impact macroeconomic stability
Singh expressed apprehension that some states are not according priority to fiscal discipline, which was not the case earlier.
Pakistan economic advisory council mulls banning imports of smartphones, cheese to avoid IMF bailout
That has prompted most financial analysts to predict Pakistan will turn to the IMF for its 15th bailout since the early 1980s.
Atif Mian resigns from Pakistan's Economic Advisory Council; Twitterati slams PTI-led govt for telling him to step down
The PTI-led government had nominated Dr Atif Mian to be part of the 18-member EAC, to inform, optimise and synergise the formulation and implementation of its economic and financial policies.
Govt has taken host of reforms, but could have done much more over past four years: EAC-PM member Shamika Ravi
Shamika Ravi emphasised that India will have made its manufacturing sector attractive to compete in global markets
Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan has roped in some renowned foreign economists in the newly-constituted economic advisory panel to provide the best possible professional advice to his cash-strapped government on prudent economic policies, media reported on Sunday.
The problem with advice on economics is that it's more of a recommendation, and while some ideas sound good they may not necessarily be politically feasible, more so in an election year.
On a sequential basis, India's GDP growth for Q2 of the current fiscal went up to 6.3 percent, from 5.7 percent in June
What the economy urgently needs is solutions to come out of the slowdown phase. Among them, demand revival is key
EAC member Rathin Roy dismisses IMF, World Bank India growth projections, says 'they often go wrong'
The Asian Development Bank too lowered India's current fiscal growth to 7 percent from 7.4 percent, while the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) cut economic growth forecast to 6.7 percent from earlier projection of 7.3 percent.
The Council, which met for the first time on Wednesday, has identified ten themes, including economic growth and job creations, that need attention
All eyes are on the PMEAC meeting today at the NITI Aayog
PM's Economic Advisory Council to meet at NITI Aayog today, take stock of all issues, formulate advice
Economic Advisory Coucil held a brainstorming session with stakeholders on Monday in the run up to its first meeting on Wednesday
From being the only option to being the best bet, decline in Narendra Modi's following is bad news for BJP
Narendra Modi's vacillation stems from the insecurity and the realisation that he is close to missing a chance to consolidate an impressive mandate
It has taken more than three years for Narendra Modi to realise that a presidential style of governance is not suitable for a country of India's size and complexity.