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Mohammed Aqeel Sajid 34m
Still at the developing stage and we’re moving way too slow, I wonder why? And keep in mind that this is govt data. They’ve been known to hide and manipulate statistical figures before. downgrading the since 2014.
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BD_Progressive Feb 27
Bangladesh’s per capita income is projected to be $12500 by 2041, while India projected to be around $7500-8000 mark. That if India can maintain current growth rate of 5%. The gap is projected to double by 2050.
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ET Specials 12m
The fiscal deficit has ballooned to Rs 9.85 lakh crore in this financial year, as per govt data. In the same period last financial year, fiscal deficit stood at Rs 7.70 lakh crore
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National Herald 2h
When the manufacturing sector contracts for two straight quarters, it tells you that the people are buying less because they don’t have the money to spend, writes Rahul Pandey.
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Firstpost Feb 26
is a huge powder keg of communal explosive, which is bound to explode violently and repeatedly, on a bigger and bigger scale. This is particularly inevitable since the is sinking with record , writes
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Chandan Sapkota 15h
GDP growth in estimated (2nd AE) at 5% for FY2020. Q1 FY2020: 5.6% Q2 FY2020: 5.1% Q3 FY2020: 4.7% All lower than corresponding period in FY2019. Manufacturing contracted for two consecutive quarters (Q2 & Q3).
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Business Standard 8h
Core output had contracted for four months till November as a broad-based decline gripped most sectors reports
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ABINRAJ R S 3h
At what point in time will Modi and this government acknowledge that they have pushed India into an economic disaster? And is now trying their level best to destroy society as well.
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NirrtiGo 26m
Why has the taken off whereas the has lots of catching up to do? Here is a detailed analysis including how India can grow faster.
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Nitin Pathak 15h
The government has to seriously diagnose the causes for such poor performance of Indian economy. Despite RBI adopting growth induced monetary policy, such low rates do not reflect indian economy but poor economic policies.
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Mouldy Voldy 🏳️‍🌈☭ 14h
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Prasanna_Bhat 17h
Sensed crashes 1500 points RS. 5 lakh crore gone in min
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Business Standard 10h
Interestingly, the GDP estimates for FY19 have been revised downwards significantly, pushing up quarterly growth estimates for the current financial year reports
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चाचा 19h
Sensex - 1504 points ⬇️
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India2020 1h
is clueless about economy.I wish it was .If she canot improve the economy she can atleast not mak these provactive statements angainst stakeholders in . ji please shunt her out.Your voter is not happy with
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Invest India - United Kingdom Feb 26
The Gems & Jewellery sector plays a significant role in the . The Govt. has declared it as a focus sector for export promotion & taken several measures to promote investments- currently allowing 100% FDI under the automatic route. Learn more:
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Business Standard 17h
| January fiscal deficit at Rs 53,700 cr vs 69,400 cr (YoY)
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nikunj shah 🇮🇳 Feb 26
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Business Today 16h
Slowdown over? GDP growth rises 4.7% in December quarter
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Saket Dixit Feb 27
Indian people lost $18.5 bn in a year through cyber crime we need a platform in Hindi where we can train people
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