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View: Why Arvind Subramanian's GDP over-estimation argument is flawed

It is inconceivable that he was unaware of the numerous methodological shortcomings that are common knowledge among economists.

View: Doubts over India’s GDP numbers may continue for sometime

Th CSO is silent on the issue and the PMEAC paper, while raising doubts about Subramanian’s paper, doesn’t give an adequate explanation of the dissonance between many leading and coincident indicators and GDP.

Why monsoon is so important for the Indian Economy

Monsoon has progressed more slowly than usual after hitting Kerala nearly a week late. Monsoon rains have been 44% lower-than-average so far in June, delaying the sowing of summer-sown crops and raising concerns that parts of the country could face a worsening drought.This shortfall could have a major impact on consumer demand, the overall economy and financial markets.The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast average rainfall in 2019, while the country's only private forecaster Skymet has predicted below-normal rainfall.

Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra top Niti Aayog's health index, Uttar Pradesh last

The health index is a composite measure of states and union territories based on 23 health indicators with major weightage given to mortality rate, total fertility rate and sex ratio, among other parameters.

Moderate outlook for manufacturing in Q1: FICCI survey

The outlook for the country's manufacturing sector in the April-June quarter of the current fiscal has moderated as only 41 per cent of respondents in a FICCI survey expected higher output growth during the ongoing quarter compared to 54 per cent in the January-March quarter, as per the industry chamber report released on Sunday.

84% of IMD's subdivisions record deficient rainfall; 80% reservoirs have below normal storage

The official rainfall season starts from June 1 to September 30, but the overall monsoon deficiency until June 22 still remains around 39 per cent.

Near term outlook for rural economy looks grim: Report

According to the Indian Meteorological Department, delayed rainfall for over two weeks brought all India rainfall level to lower than that of normal estimates.

DBS revises India GDP forecast for FY20 down to 6.8 per cent

"We revise down our real GDP forecast for FY20 to 6.8 per cent YoY versus 7 per cent earlier," the bank said.

Can India become a $5 trillion economy?

To reach the $5 trillion mark by 2024, the economy would have to grow at over 12% a year.

PM Modi's Economic Advisory Council refutes ex-CEA's claim on GDP nos

EAC says Subramanian relied more on private agencies while raising doubts over CSO data.

FY19 growth in Maharashtra flat at 7.5%: Eco Survey

Agriculture, industry, manufacturing services take a hit; state finance minister blames deficient rain for decline.

Manufacturing, Infra to add 58,200 jobs in April-September FY20

Manufacturing, Infra to add 58,200 jobs in April-September FY20

According to TeamLease Services biannual 'Employment Outlook' report for April-September FY20, these industries will witness a 2 per cent increase in net employment.

Over 26% govt posts vacant in Maharashtra: Economic survey

Over 26% govt posts vacant in Maharashtra: Economic survey

As on July 1, 2018, sanctioned government service posts in group A, B, C and D were 7.17 lakh and the number of these vacant stood at 1.91 lakh, or 26.6 per cent, the survey stated.

Fitch lowers India's FY20 growth forecast for a 2nd time

Fitch lowers India's FY20 growth forecast for a 2nd time

The global rating agency cut India's growth forecast for the current fiscal to 6.6 per cent.

View: What's wrong with Arvind Subramanian's GDP math

View: What's wrong with Arvind Subramanian's GDP math

Subramanian makes self-contradictory claims and draws mathematically incorrect conclusions.

View: Arvind Subramanian's failure is no less than that of India's GDP data

View: Arvind Subramanian's failure is no less than that of India's GDP data

The journalist in Subramanian has overtaken the economist and the outcome is not fragrant, Aiyar says.

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