The Modi government will have to risk its entire political will to make a success of the private sector play in public sector. That is why the policy fine print is quite critical.
He also pointed out how under the Centre’s Jan Dhan Yojana scheme, 31 crore bank accounts were opened, through which people could avail the benefits of Direct Bank Transfer.
As many as 7 stocks are now trading with a market-cap of more than Rs 20,000 crore, including Abbott India, Adani Green, Ipca Lab and Tata Consumer
A year into the second term, how have the Modi government’s decisions impacted your finances? Team Moneycontrol takes stock of some key decisions.
Political observers suggest that many decisions made by the Narendra Modi government in the past 12 months were aimed at fulfilling key promises made in BJP's 2019 Lok Sabha election manifesto.
There are 20 stocks that rallied more than 50 percent since May 30, 2019 in the S&P BSE 500 index that include names like Dhanuka Agritech, Granules India, AstraZeneca Pharma, etc. among others.
The BJP is going to hold a month-long campaign staring from June to mark the first anniversary of the Modi government 2.0.
India plays a key role in global maritime trade due to its strategic location, and accounts for over 2.1 percent of global trade. Maritime trade contributes over 95% of trade by volume and over 70% by value in India.
In the letter, PM Modi has praised citizens of this country for displaying tremendous grit in dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak.
Based on its performance this last year, the second year of the Modi 2.0 government promises to bring far reaching changes to the agricultural economy
The Narendra Modi-led government has enacted several vital reforms and taken long-term policy decisions aimed at restructuring the economy
As many as 54 percent of the experts polled by Moneycontrol gave a rating of '3' out of '5' (5 being the best) to the reforms initiated by the Modi government in the last one year.
According to government data, nearly 61 percent of the ongoing projects are delayed. Also, due to the COVID-19 crisis, investment in infrastructure could be further affected.
India’s GDP grew 4.5 percent in July-September 2019, the lowest since the fourth quarter of 2012-13. The economic slowdown came at the back of 5 percent GDP growth recorded in April-June and 7.1 percent in July-September last year
Watch this edition of Business Insight to find out what these reforms mean for the Indian economy.
The report of the temple has come days after the launch of 'Modi Aarti', written to praise the prime minister.
PM Narendra Modi’s focus remains on big reforms, structural changes and in the ease of doing business. This will help India in the post-COVID-19 world
COVID-19 was a good opportunity for the Centre to repair relations with the states and rebuild trust. Instead, it seemed keener to use the crisis to emphasise its dominance, and show who the boss was
Introduction of a Rs 25,000 crore stressed fund for stalled real estate projects to the COVID-19 financial package announced by FM earlier this month marked some of the key measures.
There were no real positives for banking sector in the past one year.
For the past 12 months the BJP-led NDA government’s actions have been bold, and have seen strong and polarising reactions. Its response to the Coronavirus crisis has left a lot to be desired
From abrogation of Article 370 to the Rs 20 lakh crore economic relief package, here are key highlights from the first year of PM Modi's second term.
In a communication to state units and other senior office-bearers, BJP general secretary Arun Singh said all big state units will hold at least two virtual rallies and smaller units will hold one, adding that more than 750 people should attend each of these programmes.
Concerns over the health of the economy are mounting at this juncture and the expectations of fresh monetary and regulatory measures to boost the economy have grown stronger.
Senior citizens can give up their subsidy when booking tickets online and the railway wants to phase it out this option to all passengers.