The output of capital goods, which is a barometer of investment, contracted by 3.7 percent in November 2021
Industrial production plunged 18.7 percent in March last year following the COVID outbreak and remained in the negative zone till August 2020
Manufacturing sector, which constitutes 77.63 percent of the IIP, recorded a decline of 11.1 percent in July as against a growth of 4.8 percent in same month last year
Industrial production falls record 16.7% in March on poor show by mining, manufacturing, electricity
India's industrial production contracted by a record 16.7 percent in March, on account of the poor show by mining, manufacturing and electricity sectors mainly due to the nationwide lockdown, government data showed on Tuesday
IIP grows 4.5% in February, highest in 7 months on higher output in mining, manufacturing and electricity
The country's industrial output grew by 4.5 percent in February, mainly on account of higher output in mining, manufacturing and electricity sector, government data showed on Thursday
Eight core sectors growth up 5.5% in February, highest in 11 months; coal, refinery products and electricity output up
Eight core sector industries recorded a growth of 5.5 percent in February, highest in 11-months, mainly due to healthy expansion in output of coal, refinery products and electricity, according to a government data released on Tuesday
India's industrial production grew at the fastest pace in six months at 2 percent in January, mainly on account of uptick in mining activity and power generation, official data showed on Thursday
Mamata Banerjee writes to Narendra Modi about 'steady reduction' of funds; political ploy to fool people, says BJP
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, expressing concern over "steady reduction" of Central funds to the state and "inordinate delay" in their release. The BJP called the letter a "political ploy to befool people" ahead of civic polls in the state.
Industrial production shrinks 0.3% in December as manufacturing sector dips; retail inflation rises to 7.59% in January on high food prices
The food inflation last month was 13.63 percent, compared with (-)2.24 percent in January 2019. However, it is down from 14.19 percent in December.
Sensex, Nifty close at fresh lifetime highs on positive global cues; Infosys rallies 5%, IndusInd Bank among top gainers
After rallying nearly 300 points to its record intra-day high of 41,899.63, the Sensex settled at a new closing peak of 41,859.69, up 259.97 points, or 0.62 percent.
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The committee determined that there was no evidence of any financial impropriety or executive misconduct.
Markets surge to record high; Sensex soars 294 points, Nifty above 12,300-mark on positive global cues; Infosys rallies 4%
In the previous session, Sensex ended 147.37 points, or 0.36 percent, higher at 41,599.72 and the Nifty settled 40.90 points, or 0.33 percent, higher at 12,256.80.
IIP has grown just 0.6% this fiscal so far vs 5% in last year; economic recovery depends on how govt spends in Q4
It will take a few more months to understand whether the uptick in the November factory output indicates the beginning of a revival trend
Industrial production rises 1.8% in November on growth in manufacturing sector after 3 months of contraction
Industrial production, or factory output, is the closest approximation for measuring the economic activity of the country's business landscape.
Core sector output shrinks for fourth consecutive month by 1.5% in November; refinery, fertilizers production up
The core sector for October had contracted to 5.8 percent from the 5.1 percent contraction seen in September.
India is facing a "Great Slowdown" with its economy headed for intensive care unit primarily due to a "second wave" of the twin balance sheet crisis at banks, former Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian has said
Economy is in intensive care with no quick relief in sight; can cutting personal tax, raising GST offer a magic cure?
Arvind Subramanian's speech at Bangalore does not really highlight any new issues.
IIP contracts for 3rd straight month: With nosediving growth and high inflation, is economy entering a 'stagflation' phase?
The latest inflation numbers prove the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) got its assessment right in the last policy when the panel chose to hold rates despite expectations of a rate cut.
Industrial production declines by 3.8% in October on poor performance by power, capital goods, consumer durables sectors
Industrial production shrank by 3.8 percent in October, mainly due to poor performance by power, capital goods, consumer durables sectors, according to official data released on Thursday
Nirmala Sitharaman is right; economy is not in a recession yet, but that doesn’t take away pain of slowdown from households
A growth slowdown is, of course, a better scenario as compared to the state of recession, just like a recession is always better than a complete collapse of an economy.