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Jan 08, 2018
GDP forecast at 6.5%: Job creation is trial by fire for Modi govt ahead of 2019 polls, but it's not all bad news for economyPolitically, lower GDP growth will be setback for Narendra Modi personally as he approaches another crucial election year and 2019 Lok Sabha polls
Dec 05, 2017
From Moody's rating upgrade to Fitch's GDP cut: Why Narendra Modi govt needn't take rating agencies too seriouslyQuite clearly, there is no real conviction among rating agencies about India’s state of the economy
Nov 30, 2017
GDP rebounds to 6.3% in June-Sep quarter: Arun Jaitley says impact of GST, note ban behind usIn July-September, auto sales, manufacturing, electricity generation grew more quickly than in the previous quarter.
Sep 28, 2017
Jayant Sinha’s rebuttal of Yashwant Sinha: In the debate over economy, son loses out to fatherJayant Sinha is regarded as one of the brightest ministers in the NDA government. But his rebuttal to his father Yashwant Sinha’s criticism of economy was notably weak and overlooked many crucial points
Jun 09, 2017
Corporate debt, bank NPAs cast cloud over Narendra Modi's economic revival plansThe bad loans have forced banks to curb overall lending growth and cut their credit exposure to industry, while the share of capital investments in India's GDP has dropped to below 30 percent from more than 38 percent a decade ago.
Apr 20, 2017
Visa bans, investment woes: Why lack of fresh jobs may emerge as Modi’s big nightmare in 2019It is not just an economical challenge Modi will have to face, but political as well.
Oct 11, 2016
IIP contracts again: Modi govt is dealing with a problem, not just a statistical illusionOne shouldn't be surprised if RBI governor Urjit Patel announces one more rate cut in December and make a comment that growth is a bigger concern now than inflation
Oct 04, 2016
India's GDP growth to remain strong at 7.6% in 2016, 7.7% in 2017, says World BankOn India, the report said economic growth remained robust, which, as in the past, is expected to support continued poverty reduction.
Jun 01, 2016
GDP at 7.9%: Why lack of jobs, low investments take the sheen awayThe government has set the stage for a high-growth phase by addressing the issue of inclusive growth; but there is no reason to celebrate the China-like growth just yet