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BJP has launched what it calls a new experiment, as its spokespersons interview Union ministers. Four such interviews have been done so far.
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If Nirmala Sitharaman’s anger is the only thing India is taking away from her press briefings, she should take a few lessons from Arun Jaitley and Sonia Gandhi.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's statements came a day after the RBI projected economic contraction in 2020-2021.
Modi govt has been criticised for announcing interventions in economic package that are of a long-term nature. Opposition, activists say migrants who lost livelihood need cash in hand.
In his statement, RBI governor Shaktikanta Das said inflation will remain high in the first half of the fiscal, but will stay below the 4% target later.
The future of Covid-19 in India and its impact on the economy and govt revenues is unknown, so it’s better not to exhaust all options by May.
Instead of wasting money it doesn’t have, Modi government has tried to address the problem we do have due to the lockdown.
The Finance Minister was speaking at a Confederation of Indian Industry conference, where she also said that the government trusts industry fully and comprehensively.
In her interviews to three newspapers, Finance Minister Nirmala said no decision on monetisation of deficit has been taken yet.