The former PM's centenary celebrations should be an occasion to reflect on Congress' blind supplication to the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty rather than an empty exercise in symbolism
Shaking the logistics and supply chain industry, COVID 19 has disrupted the wheels of the economy. Therefore, it is expected to take at least a year for activities to resume to pre-pandemic levels and until the end of next year for any growth.
Economic growth in China ‘clearly visible’ across cities: KV Kamath tells Network18 after stint in New Development Bank
In an exclusive interview to Network18 Group Editor-in-Chief Rahul Joshi, veteran banker KV Kamath said the economic growth in China is 'clearly visible' across all cities.
Need to work with 'here and now' philosophy; concepts like deficit should be on hold for now: KV Kamath tells Network18
Veteran banker KV Kamath in an exclusive interview to Network18 Group Editor-in-Chief Rahul Joshi said that the government will have to play around with the deficit for it to do what it has to do.
Only way a bank can survive is by growing or else NPAs will become unmanageable: KV Kamath tells Network18
The interest rates have started dropping, but they need to drop even further if the banks have to come around without too much pain, veteran banker KV Kamath tells Network18 Group Editor-in-Chief Rahul Joshi in an exclusive interview.
My thoughts are always with the country, veteran banker KV Kamath tells Network 18, Group Editor-in-Chief Rahul Joshi in an exclusive interview.
Atmanirbhar Bharat need of the hour, every Indian entrepreneur will battle challenges with fresh spirit: KV Kamath tells Network18
India is a land of opportunities and so there is going to be no shortage of things to do which is unlike several other countries, veteran banker KV Kamath tells Network18, Group Editor-in-Chief, Rahul Joshi in an exclusive interview.
India's economy wasn't hit as hard as anticipated; scope to boost farm employment: veteran banker KV Kamath tells Network18
Indicating there is a big scope for enhancing farm employment, KV Kamath said that agriculture has come back very quickly and rural India has been less affected by the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
At $0.6 bn, India records current account surplus in fourth quarter of FY20 for first time in 13 years, says RBI
The RBI data also showed the current account deficit for the October-December quarter of fiscal 2019-20 was revised to $2.6 billion or 0.4 percent of GDP from $1.4 billion earlier.
Leniency during COVID-19 is fine, but decriminalising Section 138 encourages financial crime, harms creditors' confidence and hurts economy
Decriminalising Section 138 is only going to make creditors more insecure, which could cause unfathomable harm to the Indian economy.
UV light is an efficient way to deactivate the COVID-19 causing SARS-CoV-2 virus, reducing transmission
Researchers noted radical social distancing with shutdown of public places were effective but its economic and social costs are unsustainable in the medium term.
From taking a break to communicating with spouse, how women can ease mental burden of unpaid work during COVID-19
Whether she’s a mom or not, women have certain culturally prescribed gender-assigned roles which they are held responsible for.
Economy Under Lockdown | Aerospace and Defence | Insider Take By Rohit Beri, Director, Aerospace & Defence Practice, Frost & Sullivan
Rohit Beri, Director, Aerospace & Defence Practice, Frost & Sullivan, takes us through the focus points of the economic impact in the defence sector.
The IMF on Wednesday projected a sharp contraction of 4.5 percent for the Indian economy in 2020, a 'historic low', citing the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic that has nearly stalled all economic activities
At 8.5 percent, unemployment rate falls to pre-lockdown levels, suggests CMIE data; rural employment likely to see 'bigger gains' in coming months
India’s unemployment rate reduced to pre-lockdown levels at 8.5 percent during the week that ended on 21 June, Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) said.
SEBI comes out with operational framework for transactions in defaulted debt securities, to be implemented from 1 July onwards
Markets regulator SEBI allowed transactions in defaulted debt securities and put in place operational framework for such transactions
In faceoff with China, neither kinetic nor economic conflict is in India's best interests and government knows it all too well
Three years since the Doka La standoff, the Line of Actual Control (LAC) has witnessed a series of skirmishes that had culminated in the deaths of 20 Indian soldiers on 15 June
COVID-19 deepens existential crisis for Assam tea sector; stiff competition, rising costs and diminishing prices threaten 180-year-old industry
The industry employs over 30 lakh workers and the lockdown losses have hit factory and garden owners, employees like a steel wall.
GST on the hot plate again: Why a parotta is not a roti, a chapatti or a khakhra for that matter when it comes to economy
The simplest way to get rid of such problems is to have fewer and lower GST rates.
'Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again': Rahul Gandhi slams Centre on lockdown, urges govt to infuse cash into hands of poor
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday slammed the Central Government over the rise in coronavirus cases in India during the various phases of the lockdown while urging it once again to infuse cash into the hands of the poor in order to restart the economy