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Will Nirmala Sitharaman’s budget let Indian aviation fly again?
Industry battles a sluggish economy, rising maintenance costs, fuel prices, and debt.
How the world’s fastest growing major economy went off the rails
Where does India go from here?
A Thai company plans to take on cash-and-carry giants in the Indian market
LOTS Wholesale plans to open 12 distribution centres in three years.
Cabinet papers 1998-99: Coalition's campaign to unleash the GST laid bare
Tax reform dominated debate, as ministers discussed East Timor and the 2000 Olympics – and resisted climate actionOn 1 July Australia’s goods and services tax will have been in place for 20 years. It
India’s fourth-largest airline is struggling with an unstable leadership and an overworked crew
The worries may be short-lived, say experts.
IMF’s recommendations to India to stave off “significant economic slowdown”
"Most high-frequency indicators suggest that weak economic activity has continued into December."
Ramdev’s Patanjali seems to have left behind a brief red patch
The firm earned $535 million in April-Sept 2019-20, the highest ever in the first half of any financial year.
“How to vote” and “dance classes near me”: What Indians asked Google in 2019
Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman is the most searched person on Google in India this year so far.
Even the Modi government is feeling the heat of India’s economic slowdown
India can achieve 10% GDP growth, but only with Olympic-type regimen
The biggest challenge is job creation.
After years of falling, poverty in India may have risen again since GST and demonetisation
Consumers are spending less on clothing, rent and even food.
Fossil fuel de-addiction may wipe out a big chunk of India’s government revenues
Taxes on fossil fuels amounted to $86 billion in 2017.
Consumer goods firms are battling India’s rural slump by cutting pack sizes and prices
Demand from rural India accounts for 36% of overall FMCG sales.
Charted: Almost every major global institution has trimmed India’s growth forecast
Severe "cyclical slowdown."
Modi’s UDAY scheme hasn’t helped Indian power firms, instead it’s wrecking state finances
Discoms' debt to touch Rs2.6 lakh crore by March 2020.
Neoliberalism is killing the very idea of citizenship in India
The conventional dynamic between desire for security and aspiration for freedom has altered.
Many ultra-rich Indians are becoming jittery about their wealth
Many wealthy Indians are avoiding risky investments.
Foreign investors are still not enthused by Modi government’s latest policy boost
Capital flight continues.
Now, global rating firms are acknowledging India’s economic slowdown
Critical sectors like FMCG, auto, and manufacturing have been hit.
Arun Jaitley: From 19 months in prison to the high table of Indian economic affairs
He had been on life support since Aug.9.