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India's debt ratio to GDP increases from 74% to 90% during COVID-19: IMF
India

India's debt ratio to GDP increases from 74% to 90% during COVID-19: IMF

Vitor Gaspar, Director of IMF's Fiscal Affairs Department, said that widening deficits and contraction in economic activity, debt worldwide increased sharply to 97% of GDP in 2020

COVID-19 lockdown anniversary: Worst behind, Indian economy poised to bounce back but rising cases risk recovery
India

COVID-19 lockdown anniversary: Worst behind, Indian economy poised to bounce back but rising cases risk recovery

The lockdown sent the economy into its worst-ever contraction of 24.4% in the June quarter, followed by a -7.3% shrinkage in July-September, pushing the economy into a rare recession

Indian economy estimated to contract by 9.6% in 2020, may grow by 7.3% in 2021, says UN report
Business

Indian economy estimated to contract by 9.6% in 2020, may grow by 7.3% in 2021, says UN report

The report projected India to become the fastest growing major economy in 2021, followed by China

India's GDP 11 times more than Bangladesh in purchasing power parity terms, say govt sources
Business

India's GDP 11 times more than Bangladesh in purchasing power parity terms, say govt sources

The government sources said this in the backdrop of IMF's growth projections showing Bangladesh closing in on India in terms of per capita GDP this year.

GDP figures show demonetisation was an 'attack' on India's unorganised sector, says Rahul Gandhi
India

GDP figures show demonetisation was an 'attack' on India's unorganised sector, says Rahul Gandhi

The former Congress chief said that the decision to scrap high-value currency notes was an attack on the country's poor, farmers, labourers and small shopkeepers

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra slams BJP govt over recent economic growth estimates, says Centre has put the issue in 'cold storage'
India

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra slams BJP govt over recent economic growth estimates, says Centre has put the issue in 'cold storage'

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Thursday attacked the Modi government over the recent economic growth estimates, saying the Centre should have given maximum attention to improving economy but the matter has been put in "cold storage" by it

The Narendra Modi economy: Mostly sunny, a few clouds with IMF, World Bank painting a rosy picture
Business

The Narendra Modi economy: Mostly sunny, a few clouds with IMF, World Bank painting a rosy picture

There are a few negative indicators such as the decline of the Nikkei India Services Business Activity Index to a seven-month low of 47.8 in February.

India regains world's fastest growing major economy tag; RBI may increase interest rate after April policy review
Business

India regains world's fastest growing major economy tag; RBI may increase interest rate after April policy review

India’s manufacturers and service industries have been struggling to overcome disruptions from the bumpy launch of a national sales tax in July.

CSO data shows India's GDP grew at five-quarter high of 7.2% in Q3, beats China with 6.8% growth rate
Business

CSO data shows India's GDP grew at five-quarter high of 7.2% in Q3, beats China with 6.8% growth rate

The growth in GDP during 2017-18 is estimated at 6.6 percent as compared to the growth rate of 7.1 percent in 2016-17, CSO added.

GDP first advance estimate: CSO pegs FY18 growth at 6.5%; why forecast is an eye-opener for Narendra Modi govt
Business

GDP first advance estimate: CSO pegs FY18 growth at 6.5%; why forecast is an eye-opener for Narendra Modi govt

The GDP growth recovered from its three-year low of 5.7 percent in June quarter to 6.3 percent in the September quarter.

Demonetisation is not a tonic, but a remedy, says Anil Bokil who envisioned the scheme
India

Demonetisation is not a tonic, but a remedy, says Anil Bokil who envisioned the scheme

Anil Bokil is an engineer by profession and the founder of Arthkranti NGO. He has been working for and propagating cashless transactions for the last 20 years. Bokil had met Narendra Modi when he was the chief minister of Gujarat in August 2013 and had spoken to him on demonetisation.

Don't get mad with China, get even by initiating tough land and labour reforms
World

Don't get mad with China, get even by initiating tough land and labour reforms

A new, unflattering stance in Chinese media has predictably triggered an angry response from India in the backdrop of an increasingly fractious relationship between two south Asian neighbours. As India grapples with a yawning trade imbalance and struggles to maintain equilibrium with an assertive China's geopolitical ambitions, the 'media war' has added a new dimension to the rivalry.

India can become a 'great power' if it gets health, education and governance right
India

India can become a 'great power' if it gets health, education and governance right

Even in 2016, India is distracted by things like anti-national slogans, skirmishing with neighbours and issues of culture and identity. Mob violence and lynchings are common and it doesn’t really matter which government is in power. Till we get these basics rights, our march towards becoming a great power will remain slow.

India's per capita income rises by 7.4% to Rs 93,293
Business

India's per capita income rises by 7.4% to Rs 93,293

India's per capital income rose by 7.4 percent to Rs 93,293 in 2015-16, compared to Rs 86,879 in the preceding fiscal, government data showed on Tuesday.

Internet services could contribute $100 bn to India's GDP by 2015
Tech

Internet services could contribute $100 bn to India's GDP by 2015

Internet services and devices industry have a potential to increase their contribution to India's GDP to nearly $100 billion (about Rs 5.5 lakh crore) and generate about 2.2 crore jobs by 2015, a report by McKinsey & Company said.

Internet services could contribute $100 bn to India's GDP by 2015
News & Analysis

Internet services could contribute $100 bn to India's GDP by 2015

Internet services and devices industry have a potential to increase their contribution to India's GDP to nearly $100 billion (about Rs 5.5 lakh crore) and generate about 2.2 crore jobs by 2015, a report by McKinsey & Company said.