With high GDP growth, Modinomics works without compromising on fiscal discipline or inflation, argues BJP economist
It is amply clear now that revisions in the GDP numbers have happened regularly, even during erstwhile Congress-led dispensations.
PMEAC member Rathin Roy's claim of consumption boom petering out is out of sync with economic momentum on ground
Besides Make in India, the road to a 10 percent GDP growth for the country is being driven by the ongoing revolution in communications
Modinomics underpins need for leader who can deliver political stability, economic development, argues BJP economist
The sheer pace of Modinomics, versus the laxity of Manmohanomics, is evident from the fact that of the 23 IITs in India, in 71 years of independent India, 30 percent were set up in just two years by the Modi dispensation!
BJP takes contrasting path to growth, poverty alleviation, pits top-down aspirations against Congress' bottom-up handouts
If you look beyond the slogans and an impressive rain of data by Narendra Modi's colleagues at the launch of the BJP manifesto, the real deal is that there is a more-of-the-same flavour in Modi's to-do list
Narendra Modi receives Seoul Peace Prize, says time for all like-minded nations to join hands to combat terror
Narendra Modi said that around Rs 1 crore 30 lakh will be contributed to the Namami Gange project, in an effort to clean the river which is not only considered sacred by the people of India, but as an economic lifeline.
Narendra Modi conferred Seoul Peace Prize for 'Modinomics', Act East Policy: All you need to know about the award
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be awarded the Seoul Peace Prize 2018 during his two-day South Korea visit starting Thursday. Modi, the fourteenth recipient of the prize, became the first Indian to have been conferred the prestigious award.
The entire GDP back series data reflects the desperate attempt of a defeatist Modi Government to undermine India's growth story over last 15 years said Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala
Dhiraj Nayyar’s new book shows Narendra Modi's understanding of markets is in no way inferior to that of his critics
Unlike his peers in academia or financial journalism who run down the Modi government’s demonetisation drive and GST roll out, Nayyar categorises these moves as “radical reforms” intended to benefit the economy in long run
The Congress on Monday attacked the Modi government for hiking fuel prices, with party president Rahul Gandhi alleging that befooling people is the key principle of "Modinomics".
Economic Survey: Rahul Gandhi slams govt over GDP, job creation numbers, takes jibe at 'acche din' slogan
Congress President Rahul Gandhi took a swipe at the Modi government after the Economic Survey was released, saying 'Acche Din' are here, except for "minor hiccups" such as a decrease in the growth of GDP, agriculture and job creation
The argument against Narendra Modi, that he mishandled the economy, is unsupported by data, If anything, he has done what few politicians dare to do
The government seems to think, rightly or wrongly, that once a big stick is wielded, the carrots can come slow. You could call it the arrival of "Daroga Capitalism" in India
Convoluted catharsis, that's the phrase that comes to mind as the narrative on demonetisation unfold.
The industry chamber identified key areas for enhancing economic cooperation between the India and Japan.
There are more similarities between Shinzo Abe and Narendra Modi than immediately apparent. But Japan's success has its limits, and Abenomics may not be the mantra for Modi to adopt.
Voters have rejected the liberal economics of the dole and an all-powerful state. It's time our political parties realised that voters do not want to become zombies living off crumbs from the state
Modi has been talking more about the poor than about business, even though business is most gung-ho about his prime ministership. What's going on? The answer: he is getting his political-economic mix right
Left intellectuals are being dishonest by attacking the Gujarat model without facts. The model has its flaws, especially in relying too much on trickle-down theories in tribal areas, but the model works, and is scalable to India
BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi took on the UPA today and said there is absolutely no trust between the business community and government.