Written by Harish Damodaran , Shaji Vikraman | Updated: September 18, 2017 6:04 am Some remarkable similarities exist between the current economic situation and the one that prevailed in the years when the first NDA government under Vajpayee was in power. There has, of late, been a lot of commentary on the similarities in the economic situations during the first National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government under Atal Bihari Vajpayee and the current one headed by Narendra Modi. On some...
Written by Harish Damodaran | New Delhi | Updated: September 2, 2017 4:55 am The table shows that farm sector growth has been more in nominal than real terms for every quarter, barring the last one. (Representational image) WHY did the last quarter, particularly June, see a spate of farm protests across large swathes of the country — from Nashik-Ahmednagar in Maharashtra and the Neemuch-Mandsaur-Ratlam stretch of Madhya Pradesh, to Rajasthan’s Hadoti region and the Cauvery delta districts of...
Soon u will get tomatoes in jewellery shops. Tomato pendents, tomato ear rings, tomato ring n tomato studded bracelets. In movies we will have s, "mai tumahari khushi ke liye chaand sitarey tod laaunga" "No Jaanu, tum mere liye ek tamaater tod lao ." LOL.. Joke apart, did we vote Modi n Co. for this day? 20 lakhs of jobs have been lost due to demonetization n noe again GST. No prices hv come down as claimed but rather they gone up. No new jobs hv been created.
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