Revamp of official statistics by govt is alarming: Abhishek Singhvi
Highlighting the slump in the economy, Congress leader Abhishek Manu Sing...
Don't do something to artificially boost growth: Congress on 'data revamp' reports
The govt has suddenly expressed alarm and a "revamp of off...
No space for expansionary fiscal policy: Ex-CEA Arvind Subramanian
Arvind Subramanian said the govt has no leeway to cut taxes nor it has spa...
What Arvind Subramanian meant when he talked of India's Four Balance Sheet challenge
Subramanian discussed the twin balance sheet challenge i...
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Rising GST rates will aggravate economy further: Arvind Subramanian, former CEA
The former CEA Arvind Subramanian feels that individual income-tax cut is not going to boost demand. He has been reacting to news reports th...
Budget 2020: Flat tax-rate without exemptions on FM's table
Amid the slew of pre-budget consultations leading to the presentation of Union Budget 2020, North Block is now mulling certain changes to pe...
Budget 2020: Income tax cuts, slab rejigs on FM's table
The govt is considering giving more money to people via schemes such as PM-KISAN, boosting infra spend.
Former chief economic adviser against I-T cut, higher GST rate
Arvind Subramanian stressed that there was no space for expansionary fiscal policy.
India facing 'Great Slowdown', economy headed to ICU: Ex-CEA
"It is India's Great Slowdown, where the economy seems headed for the ICU," Arvind Subramanian said.
Is India's growth story over? Not quite. History shows there have been ups and downs in the past too
Each time the economy hits a low, there are cries of the end of India's growth. Each time, they're proven wrong.
GST rates set to increase as council eyes major revamp
Move will increase burden on consumers but may generate close to Rs 1 lakh crore in revenue.
View: India to be a proactive, generous neighbour to Sri Lanka
The Narendra Modi government has been lauded for being first off the mark with a state visit by new Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa. What it shows is that India has learnt from its mistakes of the past. It is possible the Rajapaksa brothers may have as well.
Arvind Subramanian may join Ashoka University
Arvind Subramanian is expected to join as a full-time professor in the spring of 2020.
Arvind Subramanian defends his GDP overestimation argument
Lending more credence to his argument, he said that no country has grown over 7% with exports below 5%.
View: What's wrong with Arvind Subramanian's GDP math
Subramanian makes self-contradictory claims and draws mathematically incorrect conclusions.
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