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Economic Survey 2015: Reforms need to keep pace, says Rohini M...

Slide Shows US President Barack Obama's 3-day visit to IndiaOn a three-day tour to India Obama's visit is being seen as an opportunity for both Obama and ... Choicest images of Aero India-2015 Air ShowPrime Minister Narendra Modi has vowed to end India's ... Economic Times, 3 days ago

Citi expects CPI to undershoot RBI's target, rate cut in Q1

Rohini Malkani, Citi expects CPI to undershoot RBI's 6 percent target through 2015 and average 5.5 percent, strengthening the case for monetary easing.
 Money Control1 month ago
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Budget 2015: Economists say fiscal roadmap & target of 3.9% of GDP for next fiscal are credible

NEW DELHI: The budget got thumbs up from analysts, with most lauding Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for finely balancing the twin objectives of fiscal consolidation and growth. The fiscal roadmap and the target of 3.9% of the GDP for the next fiscal ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Jaitley hunts for growth triggers  The Financial Chronicle5 days ago India's rating may not rise in the next 3-5 years: S  Livemint.com1 week ago India may meet 4.1% fiscal gap target, says Citi  Oman Tribune4 weeks ago
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Narendra Modi's pro-growth budget keeps subsidies untouched

Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a pro-growth budget for the coming year, with a wider deficit projection, in an effort to boost Asia's third-biggest economy while retaining subsidy payments for the nation's poor. The shortfall will narrow ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago [video] Modi's Pro-Growth Budget Keeps India's Subsidies Untouched  Yahoo! Finance1 day ago Modi's Pro-Growth Budget Keeps India's Subsidies Untouched  GARP1 day ago
Malay Mail

Modi redirects India on higher deficit path for growth

India's Finance Minister Arun Jaitley (centre) leaves his office to present the 2015/16 federal budget in New Delhi February 28, 2015. — Reuters pic NEW DELHI, Feb 28 — Prime Minister Narendra Modi diverged from a previously announced path to ...
 Malay Mail2 days ago Modi Diverges From India Budget Deficit Path to Boost Growth  Bloomberg2 days ago Modi Deficit-Cut Pledge Seen Extending Bond Rally: India Credit  Bloomberg6 days ago Narendra Modi's deficit-cut pledge seen extending bond rally  Livemint.com5 days ago
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ONE STEP AT A TIME

India is expected to grow 8.1 per cent to 8.5 per cent next fiscal, as the economy finds itself in a sweet spot with the dramatic improvement of macroeconomic climate, the Economic Survey presented in parliament on Friday said. For fortune hunters, the survey ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 days ago
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Rail Budget: Prabhu projects improvement in finances

The Indian Railways has also rationalized freight rates for commodities such as coal, food items, urea and cement and will raise additional revenue of Rs4,000 crore on this account. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint New Delhi: Railway minister Suresh ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago
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India Readies Budget as Investors Seek Proof Modinomics Is Real

(For more on India's budget, see FIFW INEL .) Expectations for Modi have been high since his party won India's biggest mandate in 30 years last May. A disappointing interim budget in July, coupled with the failure to pass key legislation in ...
 La Repubblica1 week ago Modi sarkar readies budget as investors seek proof of Modinomics  MSN Canada6 days ago
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Firm hand and good luck

Mukesh Jagota AT the time of NDA’s first budget presentation in July, inflation was one of the major concerns. A weak monsoon and the political situation in West Asia threatened to keep it at elevated levels. Before the budget, the prices of essentials like ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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WPI inflation turns negative in January

Inflation measured by whole price index (WPI) slipped again into negative zone after a gap of one month in January as lower international prices of fuel and metals fell while local consumer demand remained muted. The wholesale inflation in January was down to ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago WPI inflation almost flat at 0.11% in December  Economic Times1 month ago WPI inflation strengthens case for rate cuts  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Hopes of rate cut rise with Dec inflation near zero  Hindu Business Line1 month ago
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