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Arvind Panagariya addressing media after meeting of Niti Aayog

Arvind Panagariya addressing media after meeting of Niti Aayog. Watch this special segment and get to know more here.

India economic growth on recovery path from April 2017: Morgan Stanley

India economic growth on recovery path from April 2017: Morgan Stanley

The impact of demonetisation will only be short-term and India's growth momentum is likely to get back on recovery path from April next year with support from consumption and exports, says a Morgan Stanley report.

India's GDP growth to slow to 6.5% in Q4

India's GDP growth to slow to 6.5% in Q4

India's economic growth rate is likely to fall to 6.5 percent in the ongoing quarter and remain subdued at around 7 percent in the January-March period as cash shortage is expected to last at least until next month.

Indian economy grew 7.1% in first half of fiscal: Sitharaman

Indian economy grew 7.1% in first half of fiscal: Sitharaman

New Delhi, Nov 28 (IANS) The Indian economy grew at 7.1 per cent in the first half of the current fiscal, despite subdued growth in the global economy, Parliament was informed on Monday.

Need to revive arbitral centres to win investor confidence: Arun Jaitley

Need to revive arbitral centres to win investor confidence: Arun Jaitley

Pitching for making India an important commercial arbitral centre, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said efforts are being made to revive the arbitration centres in Mumbai and national capital with a view to expedite contractual dispute resolution at lesser cost.

India's current account deficit likely to stay below 1% of GDP this year: DBS

India's current account deficit likely to stay below 1% of GDP this year: DBS

India's current account deficit is likely to stay below 1 percent of GDP this year, largely due to a sharp fall in the trade deficit as against last year, says a DBS research report.

India's GDP growth to remain strong at 7.6% in 2016: World Bank

India's GDP growth to remain strong at 7.6% in 2016: World Bank

India's GDP growth will remain strong at 7.6 percent in 2016 and 7.7 percent in 2017, the World Bank has said, attributing it to increasingly positive contributions from exports and a recovery of private investment in the medium term.

'Reforms to boost growth; banking risks constraint rating'

'Reforms to boost growth; banking risks constraint rating'

Moody's Investors Service on Tuesday said the reforms undertaken by the government will help boost investor confidence and bolster growth potential, but cautioned muted private investment and banking sector risks will remain a constraint on India's sovereign rating.

'India to see gradual growth, RBI to be on easing path'

'India to see gradual growth, RBI to be on easing path'

Emerging market growth is expected to improve to 4.7 percent in 2017 from 4 percent this year as more economies, including India, will transition towards gradual recovery, says a Morgan Stanley report.

India down to 112th spot on World Economic Freedom Index

India has slipped by 10 positions to 112th, out of 159 countries and territories, as it "fared badly" across categories including legal system and regulation.

India protected from political, economic challenges: Jaitley

India protected from political, economic challenges: Jaitley

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said India is protected from all the political and economic challenges that the world is facing and it provides immense opportunity for the country to grow further.

Expect 8% GDP growth in FY17 on back of good monsoon: Shaktikanta Das

Expect 8% GDP growth in FY17 on back of good monsoon: Shaktikanta Das

India is expected to clock a GDP growth of nearly 8 percent this fiscal on the back of good monsoon rains, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said on Saturday.

'India can recast global narrative; needs 8-10% growth'

'India can recast global narrative; needs 8-10% growth'

India has a hugely "unfulfilled potential" and is uniquely positioned to "recast the global narrative", requiring 8-10 percent growth rate over 20 years so as to reduce the per capita income gap with the likes of China, Singapore Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam.

Morgan Stanley revises up India's growth estimate to 7.7%

Morgan Stanley revises up India's growth estimate to 7.7%

Morgan Stanley on Monday revised upwards its India growth estimate for this year to 7.7 percent from 7.5 percent earlier, because of "positive surprises" in the macro data.

Brexit consequences: India well prepared to deal with it, says FM Jaitley

Brexit consequences: India well prepared to deal with it, says FM Jaitley

Exuding confidence on India's ability to tackle with the fall out of Brexit, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said government will aim to smoothen volatility and minimise Brexit impact on the economy in the short-term.

India set to contribute as new engine of global growth: PM Modi

India set to contribute as new engine of global growth: PM Modi

Modi said as India marches ahead on the path of development, it needs to learn from the America experience, in particular its entrepreneurship, technological advancement and products which ranges from drugs to drones.

Govt making efforts to reduce discrepancies in GDP data: Anant

Admitting to "discrepancies" in the GDP data, which soared to Rs 2.14 lakh crore in 2015-16 or up to 1.9 percent, Chief Statistician TCA Anant on Friday said the government is making efforts to minimise them.

Skill India Mission: Kaushal Bharat Kushal Bharat

India will develop in real terms only when its social indicators point to reduction in poverty and improvements in living standards.

As China slows down, India can be a very powerful driver: FM

As China slows down, India can be a very powerful driver: FM

Jaitley, who is on a six-day investor-wooing visit to Japan, however, said no one country can really replace another because the world has enough space for major economies to emerge.

'GDP growth rate to be lower than CSO's forecast of 7.6% in FY16'

'GDP growth rate to be lower than CSO's forecast of 7.6% in FY16'

The agency said it expects the growth rate for last quarter of 2015-16 at 7.4 percent, which translates into the 2015-16 GDP growth of 7.5 percent.