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The Upward Push

Increase in infrastructure spending will place the economy on road to higher growth.

GDP Current Account Deficit

CAD at 2.5% of GDP not worrisome, instruments in place to deal with outflows: Finance Ministry

India would shortly achieve the targeted 3 per cent fiscal deficit level and it will be more permanent and sustainable in nature, Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg said.

India's GDP growth in Q4 of FY18 seen at 7.4%: ICRA

India’s GDP growth in Q4 of FY18 seen at 7.4%: ICRA

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) is scheduled to come out with GDP estimate for the fourth quarter (Q4) of fiscal 2017-18 and provisional annual estimates for the year 2017-18 on May 31.

UN expected to adopt statement encouraging peace in Ukraine

GST, bank balance sheet problems pushed India’s economic growth downward but gradual recovery expected: UN

The report further noted that inflation accelerated in 2017 mainly as a result of increased food and fuel prices following severe floods in several countries and rising global oil prices.

GDP growth to strengthen to 7.4 per cent in FY19: RBI

The growth will accelerate from 7.3-7.4 per cent in first half of 2018-19 to 7.3-7.6 per cent in the second of half of the current fiscal, said the first bi-monthly monetary policy statement for 2018-19.

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China sets 2018 GDP target at around 6.5 per cent

After the ceremonial opening attended by President Xi Jinping and around 3,000 delegates, Premier Li outlined the government’s achievements last year and targets set for this year.

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India’s GDP growth 7.2 per cent in October-December, fastest in five quarters

Registering a major jump, India’s GDP for the third quarter of 2017-18 grew at 7.2 per cent, official data showed on Wednesday. The GDP growth during the second quarter of the fiscal was at 6.5 per cent.

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India’s growth pace for October-December quarter could top China’s rate: report

The government will release GDP data today. India’s expected improvement on its 6.3 per cent growth in July-September comes as its manufacturing and services sector have been overcoming teething troubles rooted in the bumpy launch of GST.

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Across the aisle: Truth, post-truth and again the truth

Twenty-seven days before the Budget, it was an awkward time to speak extensively on the state of the economy or to give any assurances.

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The 6.5% warning

Almost all steps in the strategy to revive investment are likely to be slow and painful. There are no shortcuts

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When Manmohan Singh brought reforms in 1991, GDP was reduced to 1.1%, says NITI Aayog VC

“When Manmohan Singh brought some reforms in 1991-92, our GDP was reduced to 1.8. In comparison to that, it’s an achievement that even after huge reforms like GST and demonetisation, our GDP didn’t face that reduction,” Rajiv Kumar said.

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GDP growth to hit four-year-low at 6.5%: Govt forecast

An estimate of 6.5 per cent GDP growth rate for the full year implies estimation of 7 per cent growth rate for October-March

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India’s GDP growth to slip below 7% this fiscal, say experts

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) is scheduled to release its advance estimates of national income 2017-18 on Friday.

Oli has himself stressed that his government wants to intensify relations with both countries.

Bottoming out

GDP numbers confirm the worst is over for the economy. The task of revival lies ahead

National Award-winning actress Kangana Ranaut on Saturday hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said he deserves to come in power again in the upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha elections as he is the "rightful leader of the democracy." Kangana attended the screening of short film 'Chalo Jeete Hain', which is reportedly inspired by the early life of Prime Minister Modi. "The film has been made beautifully. It shows how Prime Minister Modi being a sensitive child went through such extreme circumstances. But I feel this film is not about him. Rather it is about us - how the society needs to be together to rise. This film is just a small part of his life," Kangana said after the screening. When asked to analyse the last four years of the Prime Minister Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government, Kangana said: "He (Prime Minister Modi) is the most deserving candidate. It's not like he has reached this place because of his mother and father. He is the rightful leader of the democracy. We have voted him as our Prime Minister. This cannot be taken away from him. This is his well deserved place which he has earned after sheer hardwork. So, there shouldn't be any doubt about his credibility as a Prime Minister." Does she want Prime Minister Modi to be in power again? Kangana said: "Ofcourse. Why not? Five years are very less to take the nation out of a pit. Our country is in a pit, we need to pull it out." Co-directed by Aanand L. Rai and Mahaveer Jain, 'Chalo Jeete Hain' invited a lot of praise from ministers after it was screened at the Rashtrapati Bhavan Cultural Centre on Tuesday. The trailer reveals the story of a young boy, who keeps on asking his parents and other people as to what it is that they live for after reading a phrase `a winner is one who lives for others'.

Analysts forecast better second quarter show with a GDP print of 6.4%

Blaming the dismal Q1 slowdown due to poor consumption demand, contraction in manufacturing due to GST disruptions, and declining in mining activity, SBI economists said recent macroeconomic indicators point to an overall recovery.