In which Amit Shah gives it to economists and critics: If economy is booming, govt income and spending are growing, fiscal deficit is falling, where's the crisis?
The success of demonetisation and GST is there for everyone to see, he said, except for the bigoted and the jaundice-eyed.
Budget 2019: 15.56 lakh loans worth Rs 7.23 lakh cr sanctioned under Mudra scheme, says finance minister
Presenting the Budget for 2019-20 in the Lok Sabha, Goyal said more than 70 percent of Mudra scheme beneficiaries were women.
Govt says Mudra defaults no concern as majority loans securitised; RBI warns Centre of spike in NPAs under scheme
RBI alerted the finance ministry over the rise of NPAs under the Mudra Yojana and said that the scheme could become next big source of bad loans.
What makes Narendra Modi’s remarks ominous for the nation is his assertion that during the 6-year period, loans were sanctioned through what he humorously calls phone banking---behest lending at its worst.
Narendra Modi govt claims 55% of Mudra loans given to backward classes, data tells a different story
The majority of those receiving MUDRA loans belong to the general category and this has not changed in the three years since the scheme has been operational
NITI Aayog meet: Narendra Modi backs NDA's 'cooperative federalism', pitches for simultaneous elections
At the fourth meeting of Niti Aayog's Governing Council, Narendra Modi strongly defended the NDA's 'cooperative federalism-based' approach to governance.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday interacting with the beneficiaries of the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY) said the scheme has broken the "vicious cycle" of moneylenders and middlemen who used to control an entrepreneur's dream.
Narendra Modi interacting with beneficiaries of Mudra Yojana said the scheme has broken the "vicious cycle" of moneylenders and middlemen
Perhaps, there is an opportunity for the Narendra Modi government to use this Budget to offer clarity on the job scenario in the country with official data-backed presentation.
Modi govt striving to make India economic power despite tactics of corrupt parties, says Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi lambasted some political parties and "champions of corruption" and said NDA government is moving forward to make India an economic power
The textile industry is growing exponentially in the country, with FDI having tripled in three years, Union Minister Smriti Irani said on Thursday.
Irani said the Modi government has given the people an opportunity to participate in policy-making by sending in their suggestions directly to the prime minister.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s jingoistic statements have often made the headlines. Lets's look at some of the issues he touched upon: