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Nirmala Sitharaman wrong in playing down Rahul Bajaj criticism: How does questioning govt hurt national interest?
Soon after Bajaj’s comment, Biocon chief Kiran Mazumdar Shaw tweeted her views on the same lines.
From GST to Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, Arun Jaitley, Modi's consensus man, defied status quo after a lull in policymaking
Arun Jaitley spearheaded the consensus generation process interacting with opposition ruled states and finally managing to get the required approval from majority states.
The BSE Sensex index rose by its biggest amount in one day since September 2013 on Monday after exit polls
Narendra Modi govt has provided a stable environment for entrepreneurs, says French economist Guy Sorman
"Modi Economics has been positive, much better than any former government I remember," said Guy Sorman
Narendra Modi government is manipulating data; GDP back series needs to be urgently examined: Yashwant Sinha
Demonetisation was the biggest mistake of Modi in his tenure as Prime Minister and the damage the move has done to the economy is unpardonable, said Yashwant Sinha, who quit the BJP in April 2018.
Indian oil demand, which faced substantial pressures in 2018 because of rising rates and a weakened rupee, is set for recovery next year, Fitch Solutions Macro Research said
The target for current fiscal was missed largely because of higher expenditure, Fitch said.
'We kind of forgot this, but the French are very innovative': Emmanuel Macron promotes France before Davos
French president Emmanuel Macron promoted his government's changes to French tax and labour laws on Monday in front of 140 world business leaders.
Narendra Modi mocks critics, says govt not denying economic slowdown, but committed to reversing trend
Enlisting the achievements of NDA government, Narendra Modi told a gathering of company secretaries to trust his govt and not pay attention to his critics
Global Natural Resources Conclave Day 1: Ministers hard sell govt’s policies to push PM’s economic agenda
Lack of natural resources will make us completely immobile, said Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu
US President Barack Obama has mocked Donald Trump, saying the "colourful" presumptive Republican Presidential nominee seems to be "doing a good job" mentioning his own name and "advertising" himself.
"I am glad that the Ministry of Finance has acknowledged that the data was broadly on expected lines. If the NDA government builds on the foundations laid by the UPA government, I am confident that the economy will grow at over 5.5 per cent in 2014-15," he added.
Arun Jaitley today said the current situation of high inflation and low growth has to be reversed to achieve sustainable GDP expansion along with improvement in price situation.
Dr SUbramaniam Swamy, Piyush Goyal, Smriti Iraani and Yashwant Sinha question UPA's poor record.
Rahul Gandhi today said after the coming Lok Sabha elections, the party will focus on the uplift of those who fall between below poverty line category and the middle class.
AAP should seriously reconsider their economic approach and probably induct the right people to formulate policies on various issues rather than have policies based on sentiment. Every such disastrous step has the power to come back to haunt the present or, probably worse, the future governments.
Launching an attack on the economic policies of the UPA government, Narendra Modi today said the main reason behind the "despair" prevailing in the country was that nobody takes responsibility
A commentary by CPI-M general secretary Prakash Karat said while the AAP seeks to tackle some critical problems faced by the people, it was "silent on the nature of the economic policies which have produced these problems".
The inspiration for Change India is drawn from Heritage Foundation's Mandate for Leadership. Over three decades ago, in the run up to the US Presidential Election of 1980, the Heritage Foundation, one of America's top conservative think tanks, drew up a comprehensive policy agenda for the next President.