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5.5% GDP can be achieved despite expense cuts: Pronab Sen

India’s economy is expected to grow at around 5.5% in the fiscal year to March 2015, the finance ministry said in a report tabled in Parliament on Friday. Money Control, 1 month ago

Is inflation finally conquered? Experts analyse

In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Dr. Pronab Sen, country director at IGC and former chief statistician of India along with Sajjid Chinoy, India economist at JP Morgan discuss if inflation is finally conquered and must the RBI governor hasten his promised rate ...
 Money Control1 month ago
Business Standard India

Rahul Jacob: India's demand problem

Stock markets hit new highs on Tuesday and Wednesday, in part because of projections that India's gross domestic product growth rate might next year surpass China's. The International Monetary Fund's prediction was comparatively modest. Amid the ...
 Smart Investor6 days ago India's demand problem  Business Standard India6 days ago
Business Standard India

Govt to begin quarterly job surveys from June-July

The Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (Mospi) is in the process of launching a new survey — likely to be launched in June-July — to provide quarterly employment estimates in the country. Labour market data are a key economic ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago Govt likely to begin quarterly job surveys from June-July  Smart Investor1 week ago

Can Niti Aayog transform India?

'A lot will depend on the first Aayog and the power it derives.' Rashme Sehgal on what we can expect from the Planning Commission's replacement. One of the main edifices of the Nehruvian era, the 60-year old Planning Commission, has been disbanded to be replaced by the National Institute for Transforming India, NITI Aayog. Till six months ago, the all powerful Planning Commission housed in the five-storied Yojana Bhavan was a place of pilgrimage for chief ministers and state secretaries who ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Niti Aayog replaces Planning Commission; PM to be chairperson  India Brand Equity Foundation3 weeks ago From the magazine: Errors of commission  India Today1 month ago

What's The Plan?

Seven More Questions For NITI Has the Modi government reduced the new body's powers and stature? NITI Aayog runs the risk of ending up with very little powers unless its roles are more sharply defined. Now what happens to the Five Year ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Rural wage growth lowest in 10 years, signals farm distress, falling inflation

The figures are based on a revised categorisation of occupations with effect from November 2013, and hence comparable. Rural wages in India have registered an average annual growth of 3.8 per cent in November, the lowest since July 2005, according ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Arvind Panagariya: An advocate of growth-boosting policies

rvind Panagariya will be the first vice-chairman of the newly created NITI Aayog (the prime minster will be chairman), at a time when the world is looking at India to shed years of slack economic growth. His first big challenge will be to give a ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

NITI Aayog: Changes aplenty but cloud over fund allocation remains

After more than six months, STD connections are being restored in the rooms occupied by members of the Planning Commission. The lines were disconnected after the commission was disbanded in August. To give the decades-old Yojana Bhawan a new look ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago

GDP may grow at just 5% in Q3

Expenditure cuts necessitated by slowing revenue growth, weak industrial activity worrisome portents The unexpected contraction in manufacturing in October raises concerns about the durability of the nascent economic recovery. While October’s estimate may turn out to be a blip, economists expect the growth in gross domestic product or GDP to slow further in the coming quarters. In the first half of the year, agriculture grew at 3.5 per cent, contributing roughly 0.4 percentage points to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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