Aditya Chopra's iconic Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge turns 25 at a time when the world is as conflicted as it was when the film originally released — between the past and the future.
India would have been better equipped to fight COVID-19 with different economic policy, says Gopalkrishna Gandhi
Gopalkrishna said the the country's economic policy — one which encouraged industrialisation and urbanisation, causing "huge population unsettlement" and forcing farmers to migrate to cities in large numbers — only spurred the COVID-19 pandemic
Singh said the 1991 budget changed India in many ways as it ushered in economic reforms and liberalisation.
Many argue PV Narasimha Rao was India’s finest prime minister, but not his own Congress party and its dynastic ‘high command’.
COVID-19 Impact: India facing worst recession since Independence; economy to shrink by 5% in current fiscal, says CRISIL
In the past 69 years, India has seen a recession only thrice - as per available data - in fiscals 1958, 1966 and 1980. The reason was the same each time - a monsoon shock that hit agriculture, then a sizeable part of the economy.
Stock Markets Today Latest Updates: Sensex plunges over 450 points, Nifty below 9,000-mark at close; realty, auto, bank index decline
Stock Markets Today LIVE Updates: Sensex down over 600 points, Nifty down 185 points; Rupee slips 8 paise against dollar
The size of the UK economy is $2.83 trillion and that of France is $ 2.71 trillion
Budget 2020: Will govt be brave enough to walk the extra mile, turn tables and spark a rebound in economic growth?
The Indian economy is going through a sustained slowdown with growth slowing for over five quarters now, marking this the longest slowdown in the country since liberalisation
The present PDP Bill reflects that it embodies the principles of GDPR for liberalisation of cross-border flow of data and data protection.
Andhra Pradesh shouldn't oppose Jagan Mohan Reddy’s push for English; its role in South's growth story is well-documented
When India liberalised its economy in the 1990s, due to an English-speaking culture, the south was in a better position to reap the benefits of an era that saw a spectacular rise of India's entrepreneurial class
Hum Aapke Hain Koun...! worked wonders as the ideal escapist film that both generations needed at a time when the country was going through a turmoil at a macro level.
Doosra director Abhinay Deo explains why Sourav Ganguly's 2002 shirt swinging moment goes far beyond cricket
Abhainay Deo has directed Doosra, a docu-fiction film that captures the societal impact of Sourav Ganguly swininging his shirt in the air in 2002.
In Modi’s new India, the bottom of the socio-economic pyramid will have as much role in the ambitious march to a $5 trillion economy as the top.
Raghuram Rajan said the state has gained more power sans any checks and balances and has created too much inefficiencies in its wake
Economic growth may accelerate to 7.5% in 2019-20 from 7.2% in current fiscal, says CEA KV Subramanian
The Budget pegs fiscal deficit to be at 3.4 percent of the GDP for 2019-20.
Economic liberalisation worked well for e-commerce sector; now govt has taken a step back with new guidelines
In the wake of the current regime of liberalisation in e-commerce trade adopted by the government for more than a decade now, such a step by DIPP is restrictive.
Narendra Modi inaugurates Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2019 today: Meets can help states play role in economic diplomacy
As a quintessential business hub, aided no doubt by sustained publicity efforts, Gujarat has been able to promote its biennial Global Investor Meet (GIM) on a grand scale.
India destined to be major powerhouse of global economy despite difficulty and hurdles: Manmohan Singh
Taking a dig at his critics for calling him a silent prime minister, Singh said he was never afraid of talking to the media and rather interacted with the press very regularly.
Urjit Patel versus Centre: NDA govt has a strong case to influence RBI, but only irony is that it is turning Nehruvian
Urjit Patel has won considerable sympathy among the nation's economic elite for asserting that the RBI needs autonomy and independence to perform its role
India's landless poor: Post-liberalisation era brought in wealth to a stressed economy but did little to end rural poverty
Land reform was a major policy thrust area in the first three decades after Independence during which zamindari was abolished, a land ceiling was imposed and surplus and wasteland were distributed among the landless.