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GDP in FY15 may have grown lower at 7.3% than Central estimate

15 GDP to be 7.3% as against the advance estimate of 7.4% by the Central Statistics Office (CSO)," the agency said. MUMBAI: Rating agency India Ratings and Research today said the country's GDP may have grown at 7.3 per cent in FY 2014-15 which is slightly ... Economic Times, 1 month ago

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Doubts over new GDP data still remain: R Nagaraj

R Nagaraj, professor at the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), had disputed the Central Statistics Office (CSO) methodology on non-financial private corporate sector, which is a segment in the new GDP data. His criticism was mainly on ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Central statistics office Stands by its GDP numbers in the face of new criticism  Economic Times2 months ago

Make in India: India to release data with exporters' details for the first time

NEW DELHI: In June this year, India's statistical office will release new data that will identify for the first time where India's exporters are located and what they are selling. Officials believe this could help the government make more informed ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Make in India: Central Statistical Office to release data with exporters' details for the first time  Economic Times2 months ago Female foeticide, India's 'ticking...  Asiaone6 hours ago India ranks behind Pakistan and Iraq on the World Happiness Index. Why is India unhappy?  Yourstory.in2 days ago

Indian economy clocks 7.3 percent growth rate in 2014-15: CSO

According to the data release by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) today, the economic growth was 6.9 percent in 2013-14 as per the new series of national accounts with base year of 2011-12. The growth in 2014-15 was lower than the advance estimates of 7.4 ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago Economy at early stages of recovery, GDP to rise to 8%: Nomura  DNA1 month ago Contribution of MSME in the economy  PIB1 month ago GDP to rise to 8%: Nomura | 'Indian economy more balanced than US'  Economic Times1 month ago
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New GDP numbers based on scientific methodology: Panagariya

B The Central Statistics Office (CSO) had adopted the new series of National Accounts with 2011-12 as base year and subsequently revised the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate to 6.9 per cent in 2013-14 from 4.7 per cent and 5.1 in 2012-13 ...
 Moneycontrol.com19 hours ago Contribution of Manufacturing Sector to GDP  PIB2 months ago NITI Aayog's Panagariya defends new GDP numbers; says no compelling objections  DNA India12 hours ago New GDP based on scientific methodology: Panagariya  Business Today India8 hours ago

RBI sponsored survey expects economy to grow by 7.8% this year

The Gross Value Added (GVA) is a new concept introduced by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) to measure the economic activity. As per the CSO, it rose by 7.2% in 2014-15 compared 6.6% in the previous fiscal.
 DNA1 month ago RBI survey expects economy to grow by 7.8% in FY16  Economic Times1 month ago Panagariya expects economy to grow at 8-10% for 15 years  Rediff.com2 months ago

Company Registration, Certification and Copy Statistics of Central Region Office, MOEA (Jan.-Jun., 2015)

MIL OSI Source: Republic Of China Taiwan Press Release/Statement: Headline: When Script off, use Font-size selection, please refer to: IE6 please press ALT + V -> X -> (G)Largest (L)Larger (M)Medium (S)Smaller (A)Smallest. More than ...
 Foreign hours ago Statistics of the Department of Commerce for number of cases of the company name and business scope pre-screening application(June , 2015)  Foreign days ago

Central Projects

As per data maintained by Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MOSPI) for on-going central sector projects costing Rs. 150 crore and above for the period ending December 2014, 59 projects were completed during 2014-15 and involved time ...
 PIB1 month ago Delays cost Rs 2 lakh crore  Asian Age2 months ago It's a stretch! 224 central infra projects see cost overrun of over Rs 2 lakh crore  Economic Times2 months ago 224 central projects see cost overrun of over Rs 2 lakh crore  Money Today2 months ago

US wants to monitor Air Quality; India stunned

13 out of the world's 20 most polluted cities are in India. Most shockingly, the latest Central Pollution Control Board statistics reveal that the pollution levels in Gwalior, Raipur and even little known Kashipur are higher than that of Delhi which means we have some of the most polluted zones in the world. 'Half of the 252 cities in India have already crossed critically polluted levels. The government must declare a national emergency on air pollution and treat this on a war footing.' Rashme ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Latvia Industrial Production Growth Eases In May

Latvia's industrial production growth slowed in May after accelerating in the previous month, figures from the Central Statistical Office showed Monday. Industrial production climbed a calendar-adjusted 6.5 percent year-over-year in May, much ...
 RTTNews.com5 hours ago
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