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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman ahead of the Union Budget 2020-21. | Photo: Praveen Jain/ThePrint

Not just World Bank, IMF, govt data, Economic Survey quotes from Wikipedia & vedic text

The Economic Survey included quotes from Bhagavad Gita, Adam Smith's 'An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations' and the Rig Veda.
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Delhi gun licence: 19 documents, opening restaurant: 45 — doing business needs more easing

Economic Survey 2019-20 indicates that while India has jumped a long way in Ease of Doing Business rankings, it still trails South-East Asian & other countries.
Weekend Ruminations

What Indian economic policymakers can learn from China’s response to coronavirus crisis

Economic Survey is almost certainly wrong in assuming Modi govt will use its mandate to undertake serious reform. It’s fairly clear its priorities lie elsewhere.
Stock limits imposed on onions under the Essential Commodities Act led to skyrocketing prices late last year | File photo: PTI

Economic Survey recommends repeal of Essential Commodities Act, abolishment of FCI

Economic Survey 2019-20 blames the 1955 EC Act and the Food Corporation as govt interventions that have undermined markets and held back agricultural growth.
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Now, Economic Survey dismisses Arvind Subramanian’s claim that India’s GDP is overestimated

Former CEA Arvind Subramanian argued last year that India’s GDP growth is overestimated by 2.5 percentage points. This was dismissed by Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council.

Wealth creation in Economic Survey: Slowdown forces Modi govt to shed ‘suit-boot’ fear?

With “wealth creation” as the central theme of 2020 Economic Survey, Modi govt has harked back to its capitalist orientation in the backdrop of an economic slowdown.
The Economic Survey uses the affordability of vegetarian and non-vegetarian thalis as a measure of the Modi government's inflation control | Image: ThePrint Team

How Economic Survey used ‘Thalinomics’ to defend Modi govt’s inflation management

The 2019-20 Economic Survey has found that veg thalis became 29% more affordable compared to 2006-07, while non-veg thalis became 18% more affordable.
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Wealth creation, pro-business policies essential to hit $5-trillion target: Economic Survey

Modi govt had tried hard to shed ‘suit-boot ki sarkar’ label, but recent moves like corporate tax cuts show it has had a rethink due to the economic slowdown.
Copies of Economic Survey 2020 outside the Parliament House on 31 January

Economic Survey 2020 projects 6-6.5% growth for Indian economy in next fiscal

To enable Indian economy to strongly rebound in 2020-21, Economic Survey 2020 urges Modi govt to use its strong mandate to expeditiously deliver on reforms.
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‘Nudge’ gets new push as NITI Aayog seeks behavioural economists to reform policy making

The ‘nudge unit’ will work with states governments to understand behavioural changes so as to make policies and programmes more effective.

On Camera

File image of soldiers of the Indian Army and China's People's Liberation Army | Photo: ANI

Ahead of talks with China, question for India: Settle geography or wait for history to unfold?

China changed the geography in 1959 by claiming Tibet. But it would be naïve to think China can now force India to settle the border issue to its advantage.

40 Covid apps across India: Lack of coordination or needed for micro-management?

India now has nearly 40 Covid-19 apps, including Aarogya Setu. The purpose of these apps range from contact tracing to providing health information and issuing e-passes.

Defence

Ladakh shows Modi is risking relations with China by getting too close to Trump

India-China border tensions must be seen in the backdrop of Beijing’s deteriorating international relations during the coronavirus outbreak, experts say.

The Chinese are so predictable, Modi & Shah should’ve seen them coming on 5 August 2019

India should’ve anticipated the Chinese appearance in Ladakh, even the timing of it, when the status of Jammu & Kashmir was changed.