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  • 18-Apr-2018
  • India will grow 7.4% in 2018:IMF

    International Monetary Fund has predicted that India will grow 7.4% in 2018 and 7.8% in 2019 and they ensured that India will bounce back as one of top economies of the world. 

  • 17-Apr-2018
  • World Bank Projects India’s Growth Rate at 7.3% for 2018-19

    The World Bank has projected a growth rate of 7.3% for India this year and 7.5% for 2019 and 2020. 

  • 16-Apr-2018
  • Government raises NABARD'S authorised capital to Rs 300 bn

    As part of the drive to double the income of farmers by 2022, the government has raised the authorised capital of NABARD by six times from 50 billion to Rs 300 billion to help it increase its lending to the rural economy.

  • 09-Apr-2018
  • RBI switches back to GDP scale to measure economy

    The Reserve Bank of India switched back to the gross domestic product (GDP)-based measure to offer its growth estimates from the gross value added (GVA) methodology, citing global best practices.

  • 12-Mar-2018
  • GST council approves the Rollout of e-way bill from April

    The e-way bill will be phased out from April 15th and will cover all the states by June 1st . This is for the purpose of intra-state movement.

  • 04-Mar-2018
  • India fastest growing economy

    India has become the fastest growing economy from China.The chinese economy has recorded a 6.8% growth during October-December 2018. 

  • 01-Feb-2018
  • World Bank commits $100 mn to boost TamilNadu rural economy 

    The government and World Bank signed a $100 million (about Rs 6,400 crore) loan agreement to promote rural economy in selected blocks of Tamil Nadu across 26 districts, benefiting over 4 lakh people.

  • 13-Jan-2018
  • Retail inflation rose to 5.21% in November 

    Retail inflation has rose to 5.2% in November.It was due to the hike in prices of food items, egg and vegetables

  • 07-Jan-2018
  • India's forex reserves rose high 

    India's forex reserve has rose high to $409.4 bn.Foreign currency assets, which captures the valuation changes, rose $4.424 billion in the week under review to $385.104 billion.

  • 29-Dec-2017
  • Small savings interest cut by 20 bps 

    The small savings interest has been cut by 20 bps in all the schemes.They slashed the rates including NSC and PPF by 0.2%for the January-March period.At the same time, investments in the five-year Senior Citizens Savings Scheme has been retained at 8.3%. 

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