Budget 2020-21: Revenue projections unrealistic, quality of spending worrying in Nirmala Sitharaman's fiscal roadmap
In 2018-19, gross tax revenue was estimated at Rs 22.7 lakh crore; the actual collections were Rs 20.8 lakh crore – 9 percent less.
While the RBI was the most aggressively dovish major central bank in Asia, slashing rates by a cumulative 135 basis points last year, it paused unexpectedly in December on inflation concerns
The road network itself is undergoing significant changes with some of the economic corridors under Bharatmala competing with few existing stretches,
Budget 2020: If government is serious about growth revival, it shouldn’t be too focused on fiscal deficit target
The economic growth is dragged by a poor show in the manufacturing sector, lower revenue collections hampering the ability of the government to ramp up spending and the absence of consumer demand in Asia’s third-largest economy.
PMEAC Chairman Bibek Debroy’s warning on economic slowdown shows govt’s top advisors aren’t living in denial any longer
The PMEAC chairman’s warnings and prescriptions should be an eye-opener to the government in the present economic scenario
Govt may seek Rs 30,000 cr interim dividend from RBI to meet fiscal deficit target for 2019-20; last fiscal central bank paid Rs 28,000 cr
Apart from the RBI dividend, there are other means of bridging any shortfall, including mop-up from disinvestment and higher utilisation of National Small Saving Fund.
No plans to revise fiscal deficit target at the moment, decision to be taken before next Budget, says Nirmala Sitharaman
In the biggest reduction in 28 years, the government on Friday slashed corporate tax by almost 10 percentage points
Corporate tax cut makes India an investment destination; to attract foreign firms to set up units: Nirmala Sitharaman
Quoting experts, Nirmala Sitharaman said India is now much better than China in terms of rate, transparency, and tax administration
The Bimal Jalan committee, constituted to assess the adequate size of capital reserves that the RBI should hold, submitted its report today
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Bimal Jalan panel to submit report to RBI soon; suggests transfer of cental bank’s surplus capital in tranches over 3-5 years
The six-member panel, under former RBI governor Jalan was appointed on 26 December 2018, to review the economic capital framework for the RBI.
RBI capital transfer: Bimal Jalan panel likely to get extension to finalise report; govt to replace its representative after SC Garg's transfer
The government and the RBI, during the tenure of the previous governor Urjit Patel, had been at loggerheads over the surplus capital with the central bank.
The 10-year government bond, the most liquid paper in the domestic debt market, closed at 6.33 percent on Tuesday
Govt duty-bound to achieve fiscal deficit of 3% as per law, says Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman
In the Budget presented on Friday, the government lowered the fiscal deficit target to 3.3% of the GDP for 2019-20
Economic Survey 2019: CEA’s sage advice to Narendra Modi govt to spend wisely is critical to overcome slowdown phase
The Economic Survey suggests the government should ensure the implementation of populist schemes does not adversely impact the path to fiscal consolidation
Lok Sabha Election 2019: Why investors want Narendra Modi back for another term rather than a fractured Congress-led coalition
The Indian economy's biggest disadvantage is its weak political Opposition that can’t offer a better roadmap for the economy than what the Narendra Modi-government has done so far
The government in the interim Budget in February revised upward the fiscal deficit target to 3.4 percent from 3.3 percent of GDP
Govt close to meeting fiscal deficit target of 3.4% for 2018-19: Finance Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg
The government in the interim Budget in February revised upward the fiscal deficit target to 3.4 percent from 3.3 percent of GDP estimated earlier
GST collections in March indicate that the revenue growth has been picking up despite various rate rationalisation measures
Minimum income guarantee promise will most likely shift attention from the more serious unemployment problem.