Indian Economy

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One Rank One Pension, Arun Jaitley, Finance Ministry, Armed Services, Defence Ministry, Union Budget 2015

Over the Barrel: Green fig leaf

Finance minister’s focus on growth and equity is incomplete. He should have acknowledged the trade-off between the need for energy and the imperative of environmental protection.

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Provider to facilitator

After nine months of tinkering, with this budget, the government has begun institutional change. Yet, reneging on the promised fiscal consolidation is a problem.

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Across the Aisle: What will the FM do with 282?

Mr Narendra Modi and his ministers started by believing their election rhetoric that the Indian economy was in the doldrums.

Vikas missing

Yet again, the government is admonished for neglecting the reforms agenda.

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India is fastest growing economy in world: PM

He was speaking at the inauguration of the multi-modal manufacturing plant of GE in Pune.

Lofty GDP data belies slowing activity in capital goods sector

BHEL on Thursday announced a sharp 69 per cent drop in third quarter net profit at Rs 212.6 crore, hit by lower revenue and operating income.

‘India, Israel to gain from proposed FTA’

Industries which are considered big in Israel, will be considered small and medium industries in India”.

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GDP growth at 7.4 %, but questions remain over calculation

Prior to Modi’s election in May, the economy had endured its weakest phase of growth since the mid-1980s.

‘Budget approach to new GDP series should be a logical, not mechanical exercise’

Country’s chief statistician TCA Anant cautions against comparing India’s growth rate with other countries.

PSU-led investment push may falter on strained banking sector

Inflated role ascribed to private sector investment; Weak PSB financials to restrict fund flow.

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The hunt for black money

Modi can lead an international consensus on curbing the flow of illicit funds.

When the going gets tough, these people get going

Ranjan Dhawan, executive director, BoB, said his bank was highly honoured to be recipient of The Financial Express award.

Fiscal targets likely to be met: FM

Finance minister said, the government is working on addressing two major concerns — quick decision making and stability in policy matters.

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The same quarter

Next set of GDP figures won’t be different. We need a public investment stimulus.

Inflation curbed

But the industrial data is unconvincing, and a rate cut is needed to secure growth.