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India to see positive economic growth in second half of 2020-21: Niti Aayog VC
Niti Aayog Vice-Chairman Rajiv Kumar on Tuesday exuded confidence that India's economic growth would be in positive territory in the second half of this fiscal, and will do even better than a large part of the world in 2021-22.
Rajiv Gandhi contributed lot to nation-building: Sam Pitroda
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Match moratorium interest rate with deposit’s for the period of freeze: Industry
Appearing for the real estate sector, senior advocate C A Sundaram told a bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R S Reddy and M R Shah, “Even if the interest is not waived, then it must be reduced to the rate at which banks are paying interest on deposits. The industry is in dire straits and loans taken by it would soon turn into NPAs (nonperforming assets).”
Subsequent packages to address liquidity issues to prevent wider impact of coronavirus: Rajiv Kumar, Niti Aayog
Gross Domestic Product growth is likely to be impacted in FY21 due to zero economic activity right at the beginning of the fiscal, Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar has said.
With 100% listing gain, Happiest Minds top employees hit jackpot
The company’s five key employees together held about 2.01 per cent stake, or 29.25 lakh shares, which would be worth about Rs 102.68 crore at listing price.
Experts back ‘bold’ labour reforms
Several states have undertaken steps to ease labour laws. Employers have been given the flexibility to increase workshifts upto 72 hours a week with overtime for workers, allow third party exemption and weed out several other inflexibilities investors have long complained about.
Agriculture not going to be impacted badly by lockdown: Niti Aayog VC Rajiv Kumar
"Economic activity in India picking up quite strongly after the lockdown is lifted. I think the April to June quarter will be impacted signi...
Expect stimulus package for industries which will not open on Apr 20: Rajiv Kumar
Niti Aayog VC says June quarter will be badly hit as India lost a whole month of economic activity.
Next stimulus should focus on short-gestation infra projects: Niti Aayog Vice Chairman
Generally, helicopter money refers to quantitative easing policy by the central bank to ensure more liquidity in the system. "There are some people who now say that it may not be as bad as it has been forecast and there are signs that we may not have economic contraction (of) 9.5 per cent or 10 per cent that we thought about," he said.
Former Assam CM Prafulla Mahanta admitted to hospital following blood pressure issues
The 67-year-old Mahanta was admitted to a private hospital late on Friday night from where he was shifted to the intensive care unit (ICU) of another hospital, said the Asom Gana Parishad leader.
RBI measures to expand bank credit, boost liquidity: Niti Aayog
The RBI on Friday further eased bad-loan rules, froze dividend payment by lenders and pushed banks to lend more by cutting the reverse repo rate by 25 basis points, as it unveiled a second set of measures to support the economy hit hard by coronavirus-led slowdown.
Govt likely to take more steps to deal with financial sector problem: Rajiv Kumar, NITI Aayog VC
The government since August has taken several steps, including liquidity support to housing finance companies, one-time partial credit guarantee to public sector banks for purchase of high-rated pooled assets of non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) and mega merger of public sector banks.
Govt wants to minimise revenue impact on businesses: Rajiv Kumar
Businesses should budget for a hit on top lines, says Niti Ayog Vice Chairman.
States must set up dedicated export departments: NITI Aayog
Urging states to compete among themselves to improve export competitiveness, Kumar said all states should set up dedicated export departments under an export commissioner to hike exports.