Tuesday, 9 August, 2022

Topic: Slowdown

Has Nirmala Sitharaman delivered on high Budget expectations or did slowdown leave no room?

The Modi government's Budget 2020 comes in the backdrop of an economic slowdown.

Citizenship law shows tension between BJP’s Hindutva and Modi govt’s economic goal

Having an environment that is not disrupted by social and political tensions is important for business, both domestic and foreign.

BJP govt must know there cannot be economic growth without a strategic approach

If BJP is serious about the country’s pursuit of prosperity, it will have to take inclusiveness and openness of political institutions more seriously.

The panch tattva that Modi govt must adopt to revive Indian economy

Corporate tax cut provides relief to our slowing economic engine, but Modi government must prepare a roadmap of how it can bridge the associated revenue loss.

Three reasons why Modi took the path of social reform instead of economic reform

Many saw Narendra Modi as an economic reformer in 2014. Instead, he chose to become a moralistic father-figure.

Does Modi govt need world-class economists to help fight slowdown?

India’s GDP has slipped to a six-year low, growing at five per cent in June quarter. Sectors like automobile, manufacturing and real estate are witnessing unprecedented slowdown.

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Representational image | Indian Navy/Facebook

Tale of two ships – How Delhi is asserting Indianness of the Indian Ocean to China

A US Navy ship docked in an Indian port for the first time. And a Chinese ship couldn’t in Sri Lanka. New Delhi is finally pulling strings.
Representational image | Rupixen/Unsplash

‘We are cracking down’— how Modi govt plans to make it tougher for states to fund freebies

The Narendra Modi government is looking at ways to check states’ spending on handouts like free electricity and rations. The first step is to tighten the noose on state borrowings.


Representational image | Indian Army soldiers during the Army Day Parade at Cariappa Parade Ground in New Delhi | ANI Photo

Army looks to reduce troops by 2 lakh, deployment in Kashmir could be rejigged

The Army, which faces a shortage of about 1.35 lakh personnel, is aiming to reduce its strength from 12.8 lakh to around 10.8 lakh.

In Kashmir 3 years on, 3 positive changes, 3 things that should’ve happened & 3 that got worse

Kashmir as a crisis has fallen off our headlines and from the top of our collective minds. Which is precisely the most important change for the better.