of fuel have been suppressed so far, thanks to the elections. Though the subsidies are coming down in diesel, even now remain at Rs 5.50 a litre. Subsidies on kerosene and LPG continue to bloat, thanks to the election-eve offer of 12 subsidised cylinders by Rahul Gandhi. Whichever government comes
4.57 PM Apr 17th
Fiscal deficit will be managed by keeping input subsidy to farmers as is where is,keeping inflation too under control.Higher prices will encourage farmers to increase area under pulses and oil seeds,currently, being imported from out side, thus reducing current account deficit.This will ,further
10.08 AM Apr 17th
that the very purpose of changing Electricity Act in 2003 was to reduce the losses in Power sector, improve the financial health of the sector & reduce the subsidy burden of Govt. Due to faulty policies as pointed out above the contrary has happened. Continued......
6.35 PM Apr 16th
Hi Subramaniam jee ! The renewable energy market did not take up as quickly as I hoped it would and then came the financial crash which greatly reduced subsidies in renewable energy from government. This reduced global demand for wind energy. Also the development of shale gas in the US has
11.10 AM Apr 16th
The next govt will have to really bend its back for atleast one year to deal with the subsidy burden rolled over by chidhu to show rosy picture of economy. On the one hand RG claims highest development in the last 10 years and FOOD SECURITY BILL IS PASSED as nearly 70% of people cannot afford food
7.17 PM Apr 15th
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