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Few fund raising options that can help Modi govt

Few fund raising options that can help Modi govt

Can India's public sector come to the rescue of the Indian economy? That's the question which the government has asked, in the finance ministry's mid-year review of the economy. Some economists outside the government, too, have been asking the question, since most of the leading private industrial groups are so burdened with debt that they are unable to make fresh investments. Turning to the public sector for solutions would be a complete swing away from the narrative of the last couple of ..., 15 hours ago
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Finance Ministers of India since Independence

List of persons who have held the Finance portfolio since India's Independence and their initiatives that shaped up the economy. John Mathai - 1949 to 1950 C. D. Deshmukh - 1950 to 1957 T. T. Krishnamachari - 1957 to February 13, 1958 ...
 The Hindu23 hours ago AFP - India-economy-taxation-politics-GST  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago India introduces historic tax bill in Parliament  CommodityOnline17 hours ago India tables biggest tax reform since independence  New Straits Times1 day ago

Economic revival

The Indian economy is not out of dire straits just yet. Despite the favourable dip in crude oil prices, the government is seen wanting in turning the situation to India’s advantage. The “Make in India” campaign hasn’t picked up the momentum it should ...
 Asian Age1 hour ago Qatar's economy has an inbuilt resilience  Gulf News11 hours ago Acche din has arrived for the Indian economy  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Good times ahead for Indian economy

puneet jain THE rapid pace of economic events on the global stage has left me utterly breathless. Even though I had anticipated some economic turmoil, particularly driven by currency depreciation in Russia and fall in crude oil prices, I had no ...
 The Statesman1 hour ago

India can achieve 95% growth: Manmohan

After the economy logged a decade-low growth rate in the last years of his tenure as UPA's prime minister, Manmohan Singh on Friday said India can achieve growth rate of 8-9 per cent provided there is "national consensus". "I think that even though many other ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Economy should come before politics  The Sunday Guardian4 hours ago Twin deficits can be tamed with more imaginative steps: Manmohan  Rediff.com1 week ago India can achieve 8-9% growth rate: Manmohan Singh  Business Standard1 week ago

Wealthy nations tap emerging economies for entrepreneurship

BENGALURU: In recent years, wealthy nations are turning to fast-growing, emerging economies like India in an attempt to boost entrepreneurship and innovation in their increasingly stagnant economies. Swiss public agency Swissnex is bringing in ...
 Economic Times13 hours ago Wealthy nations tap fast-growing, emerging economies for entrepreneurship  Economic Times10 hours ago

Splurge to grow: Chief Economic Advisor

India should increase public spending to boost economic growth in the medium term as there have been no signs of private investment picking up, chief government economic adviser Arvind Subramanian said on Friday. India has had two successive years of below 5 ...
 Asian Age12 hours ago Crank up public spending to revive India growth - chief economic adviser  Business Standard India1 day ago India's chief economic adviser suggests investment stimulus  Yahoo! Finance1 day ago

Rajan applauded in mid-year economic analysis

Advisors in the finance ministry have lauded the tenure of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan as one during which India regained credibility on the monetary policy front. The Mid-Year Economic Analysis 2014-15, tabled in the Lok Sabha on Friday, implicitly sought Rajan cut the policy rate, as real interest rates were close to periods when the economy was overheating. "For a long time, the Indian economy has been drifting without a credible monetary anchor. Since late 2013, ...
 Rediff.com15 hours ago Mid-year analysis of economy lauds Rajan  Business Standard1 day ago Rajan says India's current account deficit comfortable  Rediff.com1 week ago

India's monetary policy lost credibility between 2007-13: CEA Arvind Subramanian

In a scathing criticism of the RBI, covering the tenure of previous two governors, the mid-year economic analysis today said that monetary policy lost its credibility between 2007 and 2013. “For a long time, the Indian economy had been ...
 India TV1 day ago Monetary policy lost credibility between 2007 & 2013: Govt report  The Financial Chronicle1 day ago Centre faults RBI’s policy under Y V Reddy, D Subbarao  Asian Age15 hours ago

55 growth no rate cuts till March Midyear review

Indias economy is likely to grow at 55 this year though private investments havent shown real signs of picking up yet a finance ministry report said on Friday even as it hinted that the Reserve Bank of India was unlikely to cut interest rates before March ...
 Hindustan Times23 hours ago
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