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'Modiji made it double': Amit Malviya trolled for old tweet over GDP growth after 23.9% dip

'Modiji made it double': Amit Malviya trolled for old tweet over GDP growth after 23.9% dip

The COVID-19 pandemic-induced economic turbulence, along with measures to curb its outbreak, heavily dented India's economy and the count...Read More

India's GDP growth contracts -23.9%: Twitter mocks PM, says #ModiHaiToMumkinHai

India's GDP growth contracts -23.9%: Twitter mocks PM, says #ModiHaiToMumkinHai

The COVID-19 pandemic-induced economic turbulence, along with measures to curb its outbreak, heavily dented India's economy and the count...Read More

‘About ₹10.52 L cr of corp debt at risk of default on slowdown’: India Ratings and Research

‘About ₹10.52 L cr of corp debt at risk of default on slowdown’: India Ratings and Research

The GDP growth slowed down to a nearly seven-year low of 4.7% in October-December 2019, according to the data released by the National St...Read More

IIP contracts again in December; retail inflation jumps to 68-month high of 7.59 pc in Jan

IIP contracts again in December; retail inflation jumps to 68-month high of 7.59 pc in Jan

he data released by National Statistical Office (NSO) raised concerns over the sustainability of 'green shoots' in economic recovery and ...Read More

Measures other than fiscal 
pump needed for economy

Measures other than fiscal pump needed for economy

Experts are divided over whether the government should provide stimulus to boost slowing economy without bothering too much about fiscal ...Read More

Urban employment rate dips at 9.3 per cent, lowest in four quarters, says NSO

Urban employment rate dips at 9.3 per cent, lowest in four quarters, says NSO

NSO’s quarterly bulletin of Periodic Labour Force Survey which was released on Saturday does not include a comparable figure for January-...Read More

After scrapping consumer expenditure report, statistics ministry now seeks 'critical' details

After scrapping consumer expenditure report, statistics ministry now seeks 'critical' details

India's statistics ministry recently scrapped a survey report that sought to measure consumption of households

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