Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented her fourth budget under the Modi 2.0 government, which being is attempting to spur growth with increase in Capital Expenditure and new income tax slabs which would leave something in the hands of the common people
The Union Finance Minister started her budget speech at sharp 11 am by saying, “This is the first budget of ‘Amirt Kaal’, which has been been guided ‘Sapthrishis’, defining the seven priority areas. BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS AT A GLANCE 7 priorities of the
The combined Index of Eight Core Industries (ICI) increased by 7.4% (provisional) in December 2022 as compared to the Index of December 2021. The production of coal, electricity, steel, cement, fertilizers, Refinery Products and Natural Gas increased in December 2022 over the
The Economic Survey for 2022-23 tabled in Parliament by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman says that Indian economy is set to grow faster in the coming decade with the post Covid pandemic recovery having been faster than expected. The survey said that
The health sector in India has been getting attention over the past three years, largely due to the global pandemic. However, much of the funds and on-ground efforts have been focused on Covid-mitigation. While this was must needed given the scale of
The Economic Survey, which is released on the eve of the Union Budget, projects that India’s GDP will grow at 6% to 6.8% in 2023, though the inflation forecast of 6.8% by the Reserve Bank of India remains a cause of concern.
The global economy is poised to slow this year, before rebounding next year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said while pointing out that growth projections actually for India would remain unchanged from its October projection. Releasing the January update of its World
India might have set targets for producing 500 GW of green energy by 2030, but its appetite for coal, which is among the direst of fossil fuels, shows no signs of slowing down. The Ministry of Coal claimed on January 30 that
Union Minister of Road Transport & Highways Nitin Gadkari today said that more than nine lakh vehicles, owned by central and state governments, transport corporations and public sector undertakings, that are older than 15 years will go off the road from April 1.
The Ministry of Education has released All-India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) 2020-2021. This survey is being conducted since 2011, covering all higher educational institutions India. The survey collects detailed information on different parameters such as student enrolment, teacher’s data, infrastructural information,