According to a CRISIL report, India is about to encounter a job crisis as the number of people entering the employment field (demographic dividend) is increasing exponentially.
Over the three years, Digital India, the umbrella project for all digital interactions has grown tremendously. Under the public internet access program, the internet has reached to 40 crore Indian citizens.
Updates to Air India's revival plan, increased regional connectivity, greater airport security, these were just a few of the prominent items on the Modi government's agenda over the last three years. As the government completes three years in office, CNBC-TV18's Ashpreet Sethi and Areeb Sherwani take stock of what's moved forward, and what hasn't.
India is the only large economy that can absorb huge capital in its infrastructure, housing and other sectors and generate good returns, creating new jobs as well, writes Nirmal Jain of IIFL.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi considers media surveys and polls a healthy exercise.
The vice president, Hamid Ansari, said history abounds in instances of leaders moving crowds with the power of words.
He said an effective government must have a high value of credibility.
Energy security, recalling power distribution companies to life, reducing a national shortage of power. These were three big challenges for the Modi government when it came to power. Three years later, a lot has been achieved, but a lot more is still to be done. Here's a report taking stock of the changes in India's energy landscape over the last 36 months.
The rally, which started with expectation of pro-growth reforms from the Modi-government is likely to stretch towards 2019 because most analysts and fund managers see Modi 2.0.
Cut to 2017. Markets are booming on the back of a string of state election wins for (the business-friendly) Modi, continued good luck on global oil prices and a paucity of emerging market alternatives for investors. There continues to be a business-like air in Delhi’s stately halls of power; Modi has won a reputation as a workaholic obsessed with results; and there has been no talk of corruption on his watch. Tick the boxes that the smart money follows, and tick again.
But this division by stealth split the ground beneath us, leaving Nationalists and ‘anti-nationals’ in an eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation more bitter than the one across the Line of Control that marks last century’s split.
As the Modi government completes three years in power, CNBC-TV18's Archana Shukla finds out just how much change the Swachh Bharat Mission has brought about.
To mark the occasion, PM Modi is expected to make a speech to the nation and launch a series of vital projects from Assam, signalling the importance he attaches to a remote region that is hemmed in by China, Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Finance minister Arun Jaitley today highlighted the key initiatives taken by the BJP-led NDA government in the last three years and said the bold decisions have helped India become the world's fastest growing economy.
The broader vision of one of the Modi government's more ambitious schemes is to transform India into a digitally empowered society. As a part of our ongoing three year report card of Modi government, CNBC-TV18's Kritika Saxena and Prerna Baruah do a deep dive into Digital India mission and find that very few of the targets laid out have been met.
Nirupam was here as part of his party's national campaign to highlight the "failures" of the NDA government on its third anniversary.
At the beginning of his tenure as the minister for road transport and highways -- Nitin Gadkari had set an ambitious target of constructing an average of 40 kilometres of roads every day. However, three years down the line, the government is yet to meet that target - in fact the pace of road construction stands at 23 kilometres per day. Watch Network18s Marya Shakil catch up with Nitn Gadkari to find out what's holding back the ministry from meeting its targets?
Speaking to Moneycontrol, Rohin Kapoor, Director, Deloitte Haskins & Sells LLP says, “Over the last 3 years, Indian education sector has witnessed a series of flagship programme announcements whose on ground impact is yet to be reported.”
Interview with Arun Thukral, MD & CEO of Axis Securities
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monthly address -- 'Mann Ki Baat' -- being aired to about 150 countries -- has evoked a "huge response" from people of Indian-origin living abroad, an All India Radio (AIR) director has said.
Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das is likely to start a radio address on the lines of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Mann ki Baat' -- an idea which is expected to be emulated by other states as well.
India is among the world's youngest countries. With over 600 million people below the age of 35 years, the country can boast of a readily-available workforce that the more prosperous and developed countries of the west cannot. Yet, India's biggest asset is Prime Minister Narendra Modi's most pressing and vexatious challenge. CNBC-TV18's Ronojoy Banerjee assess this government's performance when it comes to creating jobs.
A Moneycontrol poll of 15 analysts, which include fund managers and economists rated the government’s overall performance in handling the economy and initiation of reforms at 7.25 out of 10
Even as it looked at traditional ways to boost employment and revive industry, the Modi government went one step further. It recognised the need to promote entrepreneurship among India's youth and this took the form of a new mission -- Startup India. As the Modi government completes three years in office, just how effective has this 15-month old programme been? CNBC-TV18s Rukmini Rao and Farah Bookwala Vhora find out.