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Big twenty five reforms that changed the face of India

Big twenty five reforms that changed the face of India

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GST, land reforms key to boost India's economic growth: IMF

GST, land reforms key to boost India's economic growth: IMF

Structural reforms, including GST and in areas like land and labour, will be key to boost India's economic growth potential going forward, IMF said today.

Tax reforms to help India get rid of 'tax terrorism' tag: CEA

Tax reforms to help India get rid of 'tax terrorism' tag: CEA

Simplifying and eliminate corporate taxes as well as cleaning up of legacy issues will continue going forward, he added.

Govt's commitment to development and reforms is unequivocal, unwavering: PM

Govt's commitment to development and reforms is unequivocal, unwavering: PM

PM said India is unstoppable on path of economic progress.

Reforms to continue irrespective of Bihar poll results: Bajaj

Reforms to continue irrespective of Bihar poll results: Bajaj

Bihar election result will be announced on November 8 and tomorrow is the fifth and last phase of voting.

India needs bold reforms to achieve true potential: HSBC Report

India needs bold reforms to achieve true potential: HSBC Report

The main determinant of medium-term high and sustainable economic growth is meaningful reforms and so far they have been gradual and 'project-specific', the global financial services firm said.

India expected to weather global volatility: World Bank

India expected to weather global volatility: World Bank

Worl Bank in its latest report projects the country to grow by 8 percent by 2017-18.

Biz sentiment drops on rupee fall, weak global demand: Survey

Biz sentiment drops on rupee fall, weak global demand: Survey

Indian business sentiment fell for the third consecutive month in September amid subdued foreign demand and a sharp depreciation of rupee, a Deutsche Boerse survey said.

Wrong policies hit India's chances to lead in hardware: Murthy

Wrong policies hit India's chances to lead in hardware: Murthy

Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy has singled out "erroneous policies" pursued by successive governments at the Centre for constraining India's massive potential to lead in the hardware sector.

India aiming to be among top 30 in 'ease of doing biz': Sinha

India is aiming to be among the top 30 countries in the world in terms of ease of doing business, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha has said.

Modi takes the wheel as India's road building stimulus bogged down

Modi takes the wheel as India's road building stimulus bogged down

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s top civil servant hauled road builder KMC Constructions into his office last week, along with a state bank and officials, and set an October deadline to finish the Pink City Expressway linking Delhi and Jaipur.

Cabinet gives nod to foreign investment composite cap

Cabinet gives nod to foreign investment composite cap

In a bid to streamline the FDI structure, the government today introduced a composite foreign investment cap by clubbing all forms of overseas investments to define sectoral limits.

India simplifies foreign investment rules, banks to benefit

India simplifies foreign investment rules, banks to benefit

India has simplified rules for foreign investment in companies by clubbing together different categories, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.

Business optimism in India slips on 'slow decision making'

Business optimism in India slips on 'slow decision making'

India has slipped to the fourth position among 36 economies in terms of business optimism during the June quarter due to "slow progress on easing regulatory shackles and decision-making", says a report.

Speed, scope of reform key uncertainty for India: Report

Indian economy will accelerate in the short term as it benefits from low commodity prices, but in longer term, speed and scope of reforms remain a key uncertainty, a global research firm has said.

Legislative process long and tedious, but no more derailed: Parekh

Legislative process long and tedious, but no more derailed: Parekh

Confident about India's growth prospects, eminent banker Deepak Parekh on Thursday said legislative process here is "unduly long and tedious, but no longer derailed" and there are ample long-term investors who believe India's best is yet to come.

Jaitley hails NDA's impact as Modi govt completes one year in office

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday hailed the impact that the NDA regime has had in India during the last one year under Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s steward leadership.

NDA model epitomises honest, transparent governance: Arun Jaitley

Jaitley said that in the last one year decisions have been taken in a direction which will augment growth and promote development.

We gave one year of corruption-free governance: Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said one year of decisive and corruption-free governance at the Centre has set the stage for a double-digit growth rate and promised to continue economic reforms with a view to make it easier to do business in India.

Modi graft-free government, boosting cooperative federalism: FM Jaitley

Modi graft-free government, boosting cooperative federalism: FM Jaitley

FM Jaitley is addressing a press conference in the national capital to mark one year of the Narendra Modi-led NDA government.