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9 things you SHOULD know about India's Generation Z

A detailed survey conducted by the Varkey Foundation and shared by World Economic Forum gives us a clearer picture of how post 95 individuals think and feel DNA, 6 hours ago

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Week Ahead: Next batch of quarterly results, economic data to set the trend

The Indian stock market turned in a sluggish performance last week, and with a spate of quarterly earnings reports and global economic data set to flood the market over the next few days, the movements are likely to stay listless for most part of the coming ...
 Sify1 week ago Week Ahead: Market likely to remain volatile ahead of F&O expiry  Sify1 day ago Weekly Wrap: Markets eye Budget, next batch of Q3 results and Fed's rate decision  Sify3 weeks ago Week Ahead: Markets eye Budget, next batch of Q3 results and Fed's rate decision  Sify3 weeks ago

Nepal's economy could boost from power trade with India: Study

Power trade with India will boostNepal's economic growth manifold while providing New Delhiwith cheap imported electricity, according to a studypublished by US Agency for International Development (USAID).
 Money Control1 month ago POLL-Chances of 4 pct U.S. economic growth this year low -economists  DNA6 days ago President Trump favours merit-based immigration system: WH  Deccan Herald6 days ago India-Japan relations should move beyond India, Japan: Rijiju  Sify1 week ago

Despite fall, GDP will bounce back sharply: RBI Governor

Reserve Bank Governor Urjit Patel today said India's economic growth will make a "sharp V" recovery following the recall of old 500 and 1,000 rupee notes. Patel also made a strong case for continuing with globalisation even in the face of a potential shift to trade protectionism under US President Donald Trump as India has benefited from open trade. "Almost everyone agrees that the impact is going to be a sharp 'V', that we would have a downgrade of growth for a short period of ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago GDP will bounce back sharply, assures Urjit Patel  Rediff.com3 days ago
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Corruption, poor infrastructure puts India behind Pakistan in 'economic freedom'

In a recent study on economic freedom, India ranked 143 out of 180 countries. What is more interesting is the fact that India's neighbouring countries, including Pakistan, performed better. The study was conducted by US-based think tank the Heritage ...
 Money Today3 days ago India slips to 143 in economic freedom index: US thinktank  DNA4 days ago

India not impacted by protectionism talk, global slowdown: FM

The rhetoric of protectionism in developed economies and unpredictable global slowdown have not affected India and it is determined to grow with focus on investments, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said today. "What strikes us today is two important factors - ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago GLOBAL ECONOMY WEEKAHEAD: Soon time to watch for rising global inflation?  Sify1 week ago Indian economy projected to overtake US by 2040: PwC report  Business Standard1 week ago Indian Economy Will Overtake US By 2040  One India1 week ago

Devangshu Datta: The Trump 'remote control' effect

More than Budget 2017, the new US President's policies might dictate India's economic sentiments
 Business Standard4 weeks ago 'Trump's policies cause great uncertainty in Japan's central bank'  Prokerala1 week ago US fiscal policy will impact capital flows to India: Survey  DNA2 weeks ago Fed's Yellen says fiscal policy adds 'uncertainty' to outlook  DNA6 days ago

Don't be flippant about Indian symbols & icons: Das to Amazon

Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das on Sunday asked Amazon to desist from being flippant about Indian symbols and icons, cautioning it that “indifference will be at your own peril”. “Amazon, better behave. Desist from being flippant about Indian symbols & icons. Indifference will be at your own peril,” Das said in a tweet. In another tweet however he added: “Comment on Amazon was as a citizen of India as I felt strongly about it. Nothing more should be ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago NIIF in talks with 3-4 investors,may finalise pacts by Mar:Das  DNA1 week ago

Modi must heed Indian economists, not only NRI ones

'The time has come to incorporate Indian sociology into economic policy.''The first step in that direction would be to listen to economists trained in India and not just the US and the UK, argues T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan. IMAGE: Dr Arvind Panagariya, the Columbia University economist who is now vice-chairman, Niti Aayog, second from right, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the chief ministers of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Sikkim after they presented their interim ...
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'India will be world's fastest growing economy in next 5 yrs'

India will be the world's fastest growing economy during the next five years, a top US intelligence think-tank has said while underlining that Pakistan, unable to match India's economic prowess, will seek "other methods" to maintain even a semblance of ...
 DNA1 week ago India will be the world's fastest growing economy in the next 5 yrs: report  One India1 week ago
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