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'India strong enough to absorb US Fed rate hike'

'India strong enough to absorb US Fed rate hike'

The Indian economy is strong enough to absorb the impact of the US Federal Reserve's interest rate hike, the government said on Thursday.

RBI says note-ban impact on GDP over; warns of inflation spike

RBI says note-ban impact on GDP over; warns of inflation spike

The RBI on Friday warned of a possible spike in inflation and stressed the need to make digital payments "safe and secure", even as it felt that the adverse and transient impact on the economy has "by and large" dissipated already.

Magnificent rise noted in industrial growth in January

Magnificent rise noted in industrial growth in January. Watch this special segment and get to know more here.

Pursuing political and economic development a challenge: CEA Arvind Subramanian

Pursuing political and economic development a challenge: CEA Arvind Subramanian

Pursuing both political and economic development at the same time is a big challenge for the country, Chief Economic Adviser to the India government Arvind Subramanian said on Saturday.

'Gandhian model best way to address jobless industrial growth'

'Gandhian model best way to address jobless industrial growth'

Gandhian model of decentralised and diversified innovation-based enterprises is perhaps the best way to solve problems of jobless industrial growth even in emerging economies, President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday said.

GDP growth results came better then expected

GDP growth results came better then expected. Watch the full segment for more details.

India’s Q3 GDP grows at 7%; full year growth projection retained at 7.1% despite demonetisation concerns

India’s Q3 GDP grows at 7%; full year growth projection retained at 7.1% despite demonetisation concerns

India's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew at a rate of 7% in the October-December quarter of the fiscal year 2016-17 after factoring in the note ban impact.

India can grow at higher rate; job creation plans underway: Jaitley

India can grow at higher rate; job creation plans underway: Jaitley

India has potential to grow faster and plans are underway to reduce poverty and create jobs in rural areas, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said today, even as he ruled out the country becoming totally 'cashless' immediately.

India to be fastest growing economy among G-20 nations: Moody's

India to be fastest growing economy among G-20 nations: Moody's

The Indian economy had slowed in the fourth quarter of 2016 due to the withdrawal of 86 percent of the currency in circulation -- without an immediate replacement.

We need to move full steam to deal with bad loans: CEA Arvind Subramanian

We need to move full steam to deal with bad loans: CEA Arvind Subramanian

Chief Economic Advisor (CEA) Arvind Subramanian on Wednesday emphasised the need to move full steam to deal with the problem of bad loans facing banking sector.

Indian economy to reach $5 trillion by 2025: Morgan Stanley

Indian economy to reach $5 trillion by 2025: Morgan Stanley

India's millennial population is a massive disruptive force and driven by this supportive demographics alongwith government's policy action, Indian economy is likely to reach USD 5 trillion by 2025, says a report.

Have developed thick skin to criticism; economy will make a “sharp V” recovery after drop

Have developed thick skin to criticism; economy will make a “sharp V” recovery after drop

Unfazed by criticism of the way demonetisation was handled, RBI governor Urjit Patel has said the central bank has grown a thick skin fast and stressed that the economy will make a “sharp V” recovery after a short drop.

'India knocking at rare club of fast, steady growth economies'

'India knocking at rare club of fast, steady growth economies'

Indian economy is becoming more efficient through five broad themes -- fast and steady rate of growth, market reforms, expanding digital footprint, revival in rural growth and creation of modern infrastructure, says a report.

 

Economy to grow at 7.4% next fiscal: Ind-Ra

Economy to grow at 7.4% next fiscal: Ind-Ra

The Indian economy is likely to grow by 7.4 percent in the next fiscal year, India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) on Tuesday said.

Govt focus on clean economy, bold decisions: FM Jaitley

Govt focus on clean economy, bold decisions: FM Jaitley

The Modi government's emphasis is on bold decision making and a clean economy with business friendly environment, the returns of which can be spent on the poor, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Monday.

India not impacted by protectionism talk, global slowdown: FM Jaitley

India not impacted by protectionism talk, global slowdown: FM Jaitley

The rhetoric of protectionism in developed economies and unpredictable global slowdown have not affected India and it is determined to grow with focus on investments, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Monday.

About 2.83 lakh estimated central government jobs by 2018

About 2.83 lakh estimated central government jobs by 2018

Nearly 2.83 lakh central government jobs are estimated to be generated by next year.

Forex reserves up $1.58 bn to $363.146 bn

Forex reserves up $1.58 bn to $363.146 bn

India's foreign exchange reserves rose by USD 1.588 billion to USD 363.146 billion in the week to February 3 on a jump in core currency holdings and value of gold reserves, the Reserve Bank said.

Protectionist tendencies will shrink GDP, warns Arun Jaitley

Protectionist tendencies will shrink GDP, warns Arun Jaitley

With protectionist trend emerging in developed economies, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley tonight warned that economies will become more inefficient and GDP will shrink if such a move were to impact trade and movement of goods and people.

India will be world’s fastest growing economy in next 5 years: US think-tank

India will be world’s fastest growing economy in next 5 years: US think-tank

India will be the world’s fastest growing economy during the next five years, a top US intelligence think-tank has said while underlining that Pakistan, unable to match India’s economic prowess, will seek “other methods” to maintain even a semblance of balance.