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In variance with the official growth story -R Nagaraj

-The Hindu Surveys, including the recently leaked one on consumer expenditure, point to the economy’s dire state How fast has India grown lately? And, what are the yardsticks on which the country’s performance is being measured? These have remained contentious questions. Following the last decade’s boom, the economy was slowing after 2011-2012, but apparently turned around under the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) regime. Until very recently, the government claimed the economic success...

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Economy all-clear but riders remain -Jayanta Roy Chowdhury and R Suryamurthy

-The Telegraph New Delhi: India's economy rebounded from a three-year low to grow at 6.3 per cent in the three months ended September 30. "The impact of the demonetisation and the GST is well behind us," finance minister Arun Jaitley said on Thursday after the numbers were announced. The economy had slowed dramatically in the first quarter to record a dismal 5.7 per cent growth. Opponents had then accused the Modi regime of...

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New IIP series shows severe impact of demonetisation on manufacturing sector -Manas Chakravarty In the December-March of 2016-17 period, manufacturing growth was the lowest compared with the same period in the past five years, shows new IIP series The new Index of Industrial Production (IIP) series, with the base revised to 2011-12, tells us that, in the period December-March of 2016-17, manufacturing growth was the lowest compared with the same period in the past five years. This is very likely a result of the...

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Workers may also get skill development under NREGS by Ravish Tiwari

With Manufacturing Sector growth in the Eleventh Plan period estimated at 8 per cent against 11-12 per cent required to create about 2 million additional jobs in the country, the Prime Minister’s National Council on Skill Development (NCSD) is considering recommending to the Rural Development Ministry that the UPA’s flagship rural job guarantee scheme (NREGS) be widened to include providing “skill development” to unskilled wage seekers. The issue is likely to...

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Cautious hope by Neeraj Hatekar

The economy shows consistent signs of growth. The challenge in the new year is to make development more equitable and broad-based… 2010 was a year of relief that soon grew into despondency. We were relieved that India had pulled out of the deepest post-War recession relatively unscathed. The soundness of its cautious macro-economic management was underlined once again and the US economy is also looking like getting slowly back on...

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