Statistics suggest that the Economic Survey has "grown" faster than the Indian economy! As Chief Economic Advisor Kaushik Basu jokingly pointed out, the number of pages in the latest annual survey had grown 7.8 per cent, almost a percentage point higher than India's projected GDP growth of 6.9 per cent for the current financial year.
There’s a settled notion that the government cannot work overtime to achieve targets, but this week the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) ...
Economic Survey rules out need for such reforms; analysts believe fiscal tightening, rural stress and political debacle might be restrictive
Shortlisting in a major defence order and opportunities in rail capex programme see the stock spurt 5% on Friday