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Modi may turn populist, shun major reforms till polls: Report
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Modi may turn populist, shun major reforms till polls: Report

The Modi government is unlikely to undertake any major reform in the remainder of its term but may channel its energy to publicise achievements and emerge more people-friendly with lower taxes, says a report. "Rather than look to conquer new ground in the ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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Too late for India to gain from demographic dividend: Dr Pronab Sen

Over the past decade, demographic dividend has been the focus of India's economic projections. But in 2017, people have begun to discuss whether the theory of demographic dividend is relevant in India's case. Demographic dividend is the point in an economy ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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Dept sets five crore tourist target this yr

Rajasthan tourism department has initiated pioneering tourism reforms to improve the tourism environment in the state. The department is actively working to achieve the target of 5 crore domestic tourist arrivals in the state. From shahi trains to fairs and ...
 DNA1 week ago
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SBI Life Insurance IPO : Here comes another big one for long term

After ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company's offer in September last year, it is the turn of SBI Life Insurance Company to tap the market for funds now. The nearly Rs 8400 crore initial public offering, the largest in the insurance sector, from the ...
 Sify4 weeks ago
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It's growth vs fiscal deficit once again

The government has spent a little less than one-third of the Budget estimate of capital expenditure, it can still spend about Rs 20,000 crore this year without disturbing its fiscal deficit target. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com To revive economic growth after it crashed to its lowest level in Narendra Modi's tenure as prime minister, the Centre has just one recourse -- higher public spending. However, there are likely to be limits to that as well, in the face of a 'tough' fiscal deficit ...
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Annual reports: 5 red flags to watch out for

Companies' annual reports can hide as much as they reveal.Investors can get early warning signals of wrongdoing by frequently speaking to other stakeholders, reports Sanjay Kumar Singh.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Recently, the Securities and Exchange Board of India announced that it would henceforth carry out a selective review of annual reports of companies for disclosure-related lapses. Experts see this as a positive step, which will put an added pressure on companies to disclose ...
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'The Modi government is in panic mode'

'Modi and his team have read the message from the ground.''People have started questioning what they have achieved by putting Modi in power.' IMAGE: The PMO prepared an excel sheet on the performance of ministers and sent it first to Amit A Shah, then Prime Minister Narendra D Modi, says Ajay Kumar Singh. Photograph: PTI Photo Prime Minister Narendra D Modi restructured the Union council of ministers on Sunday, September 3, with a focus on good governance, performance and, of course, politics.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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The only purpose note ban served

With GDP down by 2 per cent, and with 99 per cent of banned notes making their way back into the banking system, whom did demonetisation benefit? Rediff.com's Utkarsh Mishra explains. What was the objective of demonetisation, or note ban, whatever you call it? And has it been achieved? Perhaps the architects of the scheme, if there are any, themselves don't know. There are many who claim it was a success, and there are others who say it wasn't. And not all of them are economists. Although ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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99% of scrapped 500, 1,000 notes back in system: RBI

Central bank's annual report says only Rs 16,050 crore out of the Rs 15.44 lakh crore of the old high denomination notes have not returned. An astronomical Rs 15.28 lakh crore, or 99 per cent of the junked 500 and 1,000 rupee notes, have returned to the banking system, the Reserve Bank of India said on Wednesday, prompting the Opposition to question the efficacy of demonetisation in curbing black money. The Reserve Bank, which has so far shied away from disclosing the actual number of junked ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Global Markets Tumble as Geopolitical Tensions Escalate

Posted by Equitymaster Global financial markets ended the week lower ahead of rising tensions between the United States and North Korea. US president Donald Trump refused to back down on its threats to North Korea. Investors rushed towards safe haven assets ...
 Equitymaster.com2 months ago Global Markets Continue to Weigh Down Indian Markets; SBI Slump 5.4%  Equitymaster.com2 months ago
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