Goods producers have passed on more input cost increases than services producers
The recent uptick in economic activity is heartening, but urgent reforms are needed for growth to be sustained
As challenges mount, the central bank will need to strike a fine balance between managing the rupee, domestic liquidity and fiscal financing
The popular narrative on inflation is that the rise was because production and distribution had ceased due to the pandemic, leaving too many buyers chasing too few goods
Better implementation of policy measures and reaching out to those left behind are needed next
India can gain global trade share after the pandemic, but only if it acts quickly
India's unique characteristics may add a layer of uncertainty to its Covid outcome; policymakers should be prepared
A local buffalo race holds lessons for growth - internal strength may be more important than external support
Three years of slowing growth hold two important lessons for the Budget
An intricate web of links between rural incomes, construction activity and shadow banks are fuelling the economic slowdown
Recycling assets - selling brownfield projects and investing the proceeds in greenfield projects - is India's best bet for growth revival
Until the actual data are available a year later, how does one think about the states' fiscal stance? Is it rising, or falling?
The big question doing the rounds is: Will headline move towards core or will core move towards headline?
A string of new expenditure is clouding India's fiscal future
Slower world growth could weigh on India's external finances despite a weaker rupee propping up exports - a case for structural reforms