Bharat Bachao Rally: At Delhi's Ramlila Maidan, Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi slam Narendra Modi govt on economy, unemployment
Pointing to the demonetisation of 2016, Rahul Gandhi at the Bharat Bachao rally in Delhi's Ramlila Maidan accused Narendra Modi of 'single-handedly' destroying the economy.
Bharat Bachao Rally Updates: 'Passage of Citizenship Bill has caused stomach ache to Congress', Amit Shah accuses Opposition of fanning discontent over CAA
Bharat Bachao Rally LIVE Updates: Home Minister Amit Shah while addressing an election rally in Jharkhand's Giridih on Saturday lashed out at the Congress, accusing it of stoking violence against the amended Citizenship Act.
Fed holds interest rates steady in final policy meeting of tumultuous year; signals borrowing costs will not change anytime soon
The policy decision left the Fed’s benchmark overnight lending rate in its current target range between 1.50% and 1.75%, three-quarters of a percentage point below where it started the year
Congress aims to tackle Centre head-on with its Bharat Bachao Rally, keeps CAB as epicentre of protest
After the Upper House cleared the bill, the Congress described Wednesday as a 'dark day in the constitutional history of India' and has decided to step up its attack against the Narendra Modi government through the rally, which was earlier scheduled to be held on 30 November
In Jharkhand poll rallies, BJP's Amit Shah sets 2024 deadline for NRC, Congress' Rahul Gandhi promises farm loan waiver
At poll rallies in Jharkhand, Amit Shah set a 2024 deadline for implementing the hugely divisive NRC across the country, asserting 'each and every' infiltrator will be identified and expelled before the next general election
Bhagat Singh Koshiyari says Maharashtra govt concerned over unemployment, to enact law providing 80% reservation for locals
BS Koshyari on Sunday said the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government is concerned over unemployment and it will enact a law to ensure 80 percent reservation in private sector jobs for the "sons of the soil".
Q2 GDP at 4.5%: With record-low nominal growth at 6.1%, economy is slipping to deeper pain; forget the $5-trillion target
India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the July-September quarter has come at 4.5 percent, the lowest growth in at least six-and-half years or in 26 quarters and even worse than the first quarter when the economy grew at 5 percent
Q2 GDP growth plunges to over six-year low at 4.5% on deceleration in manufacturing, agriculture, construction sector
India's GDP growth dropped to a six-and-half-years (26-quarter) low of 4.5 percent in the July-September quarter of 2019-20 due to a sharp deceleration in the manufacturing sector and sluggish agriculture, construction sector output, according to official data released on Friday
Now, even if one talks about the $5-trillion target, at the current rate of slowed growth, the target is merely wishful thinking.
Tata Steel plans to cut up to 3,000 jobs across European operations; two-thirds losses expected to be office-based roles
Tata Steel's quest to boost profitability follows a European anti-trust decision to block a joint venture with Germany's Thyssenkrupp
Political dogfight can wait, netas across party lines should now discuss good economics to save a free-falling economy
The overall economic growth has been slowing worryingly with the GDP touching 5 percent in the April-June quarter. Since then, things have only worsened in the economy.
Missing consumer expenditure survey: Everyone knows what the numbers signal; opaqueness will only widen trust deficit
One just needs to look at the sales figures of auto makers, FMCG companies and state of the manufacturing and construction sector to understand where does the consumer confidence indicators point at this stage.
Now that BJP's kept Article 370, Ayodhya promise, high time govt focused on crashing economy, job generation, low investor confidence
The April-June GDP figure came at lowest in 7 years, gave a shocker to the economy.
Three years of demonetisation: Core problems note ban sought to address remain; pain outweighs gains
Digital payments spiked during the demonetisation and in the immediate months after that. Since then digital transactions have one up substantially, but so is the use of cash too.
Sonia Gandhi slams Modi govt over RCEP, says trade pact will deal 'body blow' to Indian economy, cause hardship for farmers
Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday launched a blistering attack on the government on the state of the economy, saying signing the RCEP agreement will result in "untold hardship" for farmers, shopkeepers and small enterprises
India’s unemployment rate in October rose to 8.5 percent, the highest since August 2016, and up from 7.2 percent in September, according to data released by the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE)on Friday
EU MPs' Kashmir visit: Congress asks how 'international business broker' Madi Sharma has access to PMO while farmers, unemployed youth don't
The Congress on Wednesday questioned how an "international business broker" like Madi Sharma, who is alleged to have organised the private visit of European Union parliamentarians to Kashmir, have access to the Prime Minister's Office
Iraq protests: 18 killed, hundreds injured as masked security forces open fire on protesters in Shiite holy city of Karbala
Iraqi security forces wearing masks and black plainclothes opened fire at protesters in the Shiite holy city of Karbala in Iraq on Tuesday, killing 18 people and wounding hundreds
In Maharashtra's Vidarbha, voters choose livelihood over nationalism and Article 370, elect activist over 10-year MLA
Amravati falls in the agrarian region of Vidarbha, where the BJP has suffered the biggest setback.
Haryana, Maharashtra election results show that in spite of Modi's halo, local factors, jobs and economy also matter
The Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly results have shown that BJP's cultural ideology or strongman leadership or things such as highway projects and ease-of-doing-business rankings matter less compared with here-and-now issues such as the price of onions or jobs for the youths