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S.No. Date Headline News Papaer
1 9/27/2019 How can the Indian economy ride out the storm? (Unless rural incomes, hit by demonestisation, are revived, consumer demand is not going to grow) Hindu
2 9/25/2019 ?Banking on politics (Bank mergers do not address the crux of the crisis: The nexus between lenders, borrowers and election funding)? Ind. Exp.
3 2020-01-24 Budgeting for jobs, skilling and economic revival (The Budget needs provide direction to India?s tottering economy and a boost to aggregate demand and investment) (Indian Economy) Hindu
4 2020-01-21 Redesigning India?s ailing data system (The present national accounting and analytical framework misses out on many key dimensions of a complex economy) (Indian Economy) Hindu
5 2020-01-21 Delhi-Davos disconnect (India must finds ways to take advantage of new opportunities arising from the rearrangement of the global economic system) (Indian Economy) Ind.Exp
6 2020-01-20 Don?t want a law that treats every business with suspicion, says FM (Indian Economy) Ind.Exp
7 2020-01-09 The Reforms We Need (These Budget and other moves will brings the economy back on track (Indian Economy) T.O.I
8 2020-01-08 Young And Restless (Urban India is not a jobs dynamo, this can sap the potential benefits of demographic transition) (Indian Economy) T.O.I
9 2020-01-06 REBOOTING THE ECONOMY (The prospect of food and fuel inflation makes it necessary for the governments to initiate structural reforms) (Indian Economy) Ind.Exp
10 2020-01-03 Should the FM tweak direct taxes to spur the economy (A small reduction will not impact slowdown ) (Indian Economy ) Hindu
11 2020-01-03 A REVENUE GAP (With sluggish collection, little disinvestment, government is unlikely to meet target) (Indian Economy) Ind.Exp
12 2020-01-02 Infrastructure push (The challenge is in making the plan to boost investment in infrastructure work ) (Indian Economy) Hindu
13 2020-01-01 ?Eco hit by lack of political consensus? (Indian Economy) T.O.I
14 2019-12-30 Escape The Trap (Piling on debt isn?t a good way to boost economic growth. Reforms are the only way. (Indian Economy) T.O.I
15 2019-12-29 No extra charge on payments via RuPay, UPI from January1 (Finance Minister?s announcement will promote home grown digital gateways) (Indian Economy) Hindu
16 2019-12-29 Is the economy in really bad shape (Is this a result of a cyclical Phenomenon or has it been driven by a structural malaise arising from deficiencies in the economic framework)(Indian Economy) Hindu
17 2019-12-28 How not to counter economic stagnation (The government has to garner resources and give a boost to the economy by increasing its investments) (Indian Economy) Hindu
18 2019-12-25 An economic price to pay (The political of exclusion and disenfranchisement is hurting investment and the cooperative spirit) (Indian Economy) Ind. Exp
19 2019-12-25 IBC: Banks recover over Rs 70k cr.(Indian Economy) Ind. Exp
20 2019-12-19 Suspension of CGHS cashless services: Empanelled hospitals to take call today. (Indian Economy) Ind. Exp
21 2019-12-18 In pursuit of structural reforms (Economic freedom should become the guiding principle of the nation?s policymaking) Hindu
22 2019-12-14 Savings with a bonus-financial peace of mind (The Government can ensure that Indian savers have access to simple fixed return products offering safety of capital) (Indian Economy) Hindu
23 2019-12-06 Forex kitty nears record $452bn?(Indian Economy) T.O.I
24 2019-12-02 Govt. reaches out to India Inc in its push for $5tn economy, vows reforms T.O.I
25 2019-11-30 A Lutyens Bubble (Becoming a $5 trillion?economy?in five years needs us growing at 14% every year) T.O.I
26 2019-11-24 What is the push behind the strategic disinvestment move? (Will the government?s stand on privatization of public sector units help the?economy? What are the gains)? Hindu
27 2019-11-24 Sliding?economy?needs serious structural fixes. T.O.I
28 2019-11-20 PSB frauds at over Rs95,700 cr in the first 6 months of FY20: FM .? Ind. Exp.
29 2019-11-19 Raise Growth, Reduce Poverty (Time now to think of universal supplementary income in the fight against poverty)? T.O.I
30 2019-11-18 The fountainhead of?India?s economic malaise?(The citizenry?s distrust in institutions and lack of confidence in the government have caused a prolonged slowdown)? Hindu
31 2019-11-18 ?India?s sanitation?economy?has opportunities worth $62 billion a year ? Now, access to sanitation is a resource story?. T.O.I
32 2019-11-16 Groping in the dark on the?economy?(The government?s ever-shifting policy stances show its lack of understanding when it comes to economic challenges)? Hindu
33 2019-11-16 Attracting foreign capital is crucial to Modi?s $5 trillion?economy?goal. Here are four steps that will help.? T.O.I
34 2019-11-14 ?Gloom deepens (Shrinking industrial output signals slowdown is some distance from bottoming out)? Hindu
35 2019-11-13 Credit growth slows to a crawl in both industry and services (Economy). Ind. Exp.
36 2019-09-23 Tackling India?s Auto Slowdown (It will hurt the economy and jobs seriously if corrective steps are not taken)? T.O.I
37 2019-09-23 Tackling India?s Auto Slowdown (It will hurt the economy and jobs seriously if corrective steps are not taken)? T.O.I
38 2019-09-21 Fix the fundamentals first (High growth cannot be sustained in India till the country makes adequate investments in infrastructure and human capital)? Ind. Exp.
39 2019-09-21 Fix the fundamentals first (High growth cannot be sustained in India till the country makes adequate investments in infrastructure and human capital)? Ind. Exp.
40 2019-09-19 A self-inflicted?economic slowdown?(The government has failed to heed recommendations made by economists and bureaucrats on turnaround measures) Hindu
41 2019-09-19 A self-inflicted?economic slowdown?(The government has failed to heed recommendations made by economists and bureaucrats on turnaround measures) Hindu
42 2019-09-18 Govt. to peg MGNREGA wages to inflation in bid to hike incomes (Stimulus measures to link pay to consumer price index with annual revision) Hindu
43 2019-09-18 Austerity for growth (The government must not give in to the temptation of a stimulus. It does not have the fiscal space) Ind. Exp.
44 2019-09-18 Govt. to peg MGNREGA wages to inflation in bid to hike incomes (Stimulus measures to link pay to consumer price index with annual revision) Hindu
45 2019-09-18 Austerity for growth (The government must not give in to the temptation of a stimulus. It does not have the fiscal space) Ind. Exp.
46 2019-09-17 The slow climb to the trillion economy peak (There has to be a focus on human capital formation and in addressing the real reasons for the economic slowdown)? Hindu
47 2019-09-17 The slow climb to the trillion economy peak (There has to be a focus on human capital formation and in addressing the real reasons for the economic slowdown)? Hindu
48 2019-09-16 Waiting for reforms (The stimulus incentives hold promise, but structural reforms are nowhere on the horizon) Hindu
49 2019-09-16 Banish the gloom (India?s growth story is far from over. But government must incentivize household savings, spur consumption) Ind. Exp.
50 2019-09-16 Waiting for reforms (The stimulus incentives hold promise, but structural reforms are nowhere on the horizon) Hindu
51 2019-09-16 Banish the gloom (India?s growth story is far from over. But government must incentivize household savings, spur consumption) Ind. Exp.
52 2019-09-15 Govt targets flagging export, housing sectors: a Rs 70,000 cr ?boost? (Priority sector tag for export credit; corpus for stuck housing projects)? Ind. Exp.
53 2019-09-15 Govt targets flagging export, housing sectors: a Rs 70,000 cr ?boost? (Priority sector tag for export credit; corpus for stuck housing projects)? Ind. Exp.
54 2019-09-13 IIP growth rebounds, retail inflation surges (Electricity sector growth, however, slows to 4.75% in July from 8.19% in June; food inflation at a 14-month high)? Hindu
55 2019-09-13 Poised for a turnaround (Government?s measures show that it is responsive to the?economic slowdown) Ind. Exp.
56 2019-09-13 IIP growth rebounds, retail inflation surges (Electricity sector growth, however, slows to 4.75% in July from 8.19% in June; food inflation at a 14-month high)? Hindu
57 2019-09-13 Poised for a turnaround (Government?s measures show that it is responsive to the?economic slowdown) Ind. Exp.
58 2019-09-08 2010s: The decade is ending on a sour note for?Indian economy.? T.O.I
59 2019-09-08 2010s: The decade is ending on a sour note for?Indian economy.? T.O.I
60 2019-09-06 The revival path (Measures to arrest?economic slowdown?are a good first move. Tough steps are awaited) Ind. Exp.
61 2019-09-06 Behavioural changes are leading to structural shifts in?auto sector: Kotak (Slowdown, Shared Mobility, Rising Congestion Hit Sales)? T.O.I
62 2019-09-06 The revival path (Measures to arrest?economic slowdown?are a good first move. Tough steps are awaited) Ind. Exp.
63 2019-09-06 Behavioural changes are leading to structural shifts in?auto sector: Kotak (Slowdown, Shared Mobility, Rising Congestion Hit Sales)? T.O.I
64 2019-09-04 ?On the edge (Far-reaching reforms may be inevitable to keep?the economy?from stalling)? Hindu
65 2019-09-04 ?On the edge (Far-reaching reforms may be inevitable to keep?the economy?from stalling)? Hindu
66 2019-09-03 Centre must loosen purse strings (Direct stimulus is needed, measures announced by?government are unlikely to prop up growth immediately)? Ind. Exp.
67 2019-09-03 Centre must loosen purse strings (Direct stimulus is needed, measures announced by?government are unlikely to prop up growth immediately)? Ind. Exp.
68 2019-09-02 Bits and economic pieces (A forum that facilitates cohesive thinking on economy, also has ears of political leadership, is urgently needed) Ind. Exp.
69 2019-09-02 Bits and economic pieces (A forum that facilitates cohesive thinking on economy, also has ears of political leadership, is urgently needed) Ind. Exp.
70 2019-08-30 Seize the slowdown (Large disinvestments could help bridge fiscal shortfall and maintain government spending growth)? Ind. Exp.
71 2019-08-30 Seize the slowdown (Large disinvestments could help bridge fiscal shortfall and maintain government spending growth)? Ind. Exp.
72 2019-08-29 Poised for a leap (Fundamentals of Indian economy are sound. Growth is on the horizon) Ind. Exp.
73 2019-08-29 Poised for a leap (Fundamentals of Indian economy are sound. Growth is on the horizon) Ind. Exp.
74 2019-08-26 ?Currency capers (The rupee is falling, but it is too early to start worrying) Hindu
75 2019-08-26 ?Currency capers (The rupee is falling, but it is too early to start worrying) Hindu
76 2019-08-23 Increasing investment to stimulate growth (Attention needs to be paid to both cyclical and structural dimensions of India?s present economic slowdown) Hindu
77 2019-08-23 Increasing investment to stimulate growth (Attention needs to be paid to both cyclical and structural dimensions of India?s present economic slowdown) Hindu
78 2019-08-20 The New Definition Of Success (For emerging countries like India 5% is the new 7%, the reasonable standard for growth)? T.O.I
79 2019-08-20 Credit has to expand 18-20% for India to become $5tn eco (Required Growth Rate Was Last Achieved In Fiscal 2010-11) T.O.I
80 2019-08-20 The New Definition Of Success (For emerging countries like India 5% is the new 7%, the reasonable standard for growth)? T.O.I
81 2019-08-20 Credit has to expand 18-20% for India to become $5tn eco (Required Growth Rate Was Last Achieved In Fiscal 2010-11) T.O.I
82 2019-08-18 Why is the auto industry facing trouble?? Hindu
83 2019-08-18 Why is the auto industry facing trouble?? Hindu
84 2019-08-17 Slow and slower (Instead of short-term palliatives, government should keep the focus on fixing structural issues plaguing the economy) Ind. Exp.
85 2019-08-17 ?Top 969 companies added 5.84L jobs over last 2 years?. Ind. Exp.
86 2019-08-17 Slow and slower (Instead of short-term palliatives, government should keep the focus on fixing structural issues plaguing the economy) Ind. Exp.
87 2019-08-17 ?Top 969 companies added 5.84L jobs over last 2 years?. Ind. Exp.
88 2019-08-15 Stem The Tide (The auto industry is in dire straits. Recognise the catastrophe and act)? T.O.I
89 2019-08-15 Stem The Tide (The auto industry is in dire straits. Recognise the catastrophe and act)? T.O.I
90 2019-08-14 Sanguine amidst slowdown (Despite stagnant incomes and increased joblessness, Indians are hopeful about the economy?s future) Hindu
91 2019-08-14 Reading the slowdown (To arrest it, a coordinated policy response, addressing both structural and cyclical factors, is needed)? Ind. Exp.
92 2019-08-14 Sanguine amidst slowdown (Despite stagnant incomes and increased joblessness, Indians are hopeful about the economy?s future) Hindu
93 2019-08-14 Reading the slowdown (To arrest it, a coordinated policy response, addressing both structural and cyclical factors, is needed)? Ind. Exp.
94 2019-08-13 Rupee matters (There is a need to step up efforts to shift currency trading to onshore markets) Ind. Exp.
95 2019-08-13 ?The economy devil we don?t know (There is a fundamental problem of demand today- something India has not encountered before. At the core of it is incomes that aren?t rising enough) Ind. Exp.
96 2019-08-13 Rupee matters (There is a need to step up efforts to shift currency trading to onshore markets) Ind. Exp.
97 2019-08-13 ?The economy devil we don?t know (There is a fundamental problem of demand today- something India has not encountered before. At the core of it is incomes that aren?t rising enough) Ind. Exp.
98 2019-08-10 A case of lazy banking (High real interest rates have hurt economic growth)? Ind. Exp.
99 2019-08-10 A case of lazy banking (High real interest rates have hurt economic growth)? Ind. Exp.
100 2019-08-09 Economic milestone and a poignant anniversary (Bank nationalisation eased rural credit and aided financial inclusion. Any move to reverse it would be self-defeating) Hindu
101 2019-08-09 Industry members say tough to implement 75% job quota. Ind. Exp.
102 2019-08-09 Economic milestone and a poignant anniversary (Bank nationalisation eased rural credit and aided financial inclusion. Any move to reverse it would be self-defeating) Hindu
103 2019-08-09 Industry members say tough to implement 75% job quota. Ind. Exp.
104 2019-08-08 Allocations are key (Economic policy needs to finetune its focus. It needs fewer lectures on reform)? Ind. Exp.
105 2019-08-08 Allocations are key (Economic policy needs to finetune its focus. It needs fewer lectures on reform)? Ind. Exp.
106 2019-08-02 Five reasons why the economy is slowing down.? T.O.I
107 2019-08-02 Five reasons why the economy is slowing down.? T.O.I
108 2019-07-29 Economy, Please (Wake up to the ongoing slowdown, ditch populism and go for reforms) T.O.I
109 2019-07-23 What is to be done about growth (Arvind Subramanian?s paper, other micro data, suggest an impending economic slowdown. Policymakers must take notice and act) Ind. Exp.
110 2019-07-22 Overseas bonds: Major advantages in raising long term funds, says NITI VC (Kumar says government fully aware of the risks, and that there could be exchange rate volatility) Ind. Exp.
111 2019-07-20 Green shoots of economic growth (Without factoring in agriculture, the vision of a $5-trillion economy will remain a distant dream)? Hindu
112 2019-07-20 Now, mission economy (To achieve $5 trillion target, tax system, laws, attitude to private sector need overhaul)? Ind. Exp.
113 2019-07-17 Banks? bad loans down at Rs. 9.34 lakh crore at FY19-end. Ind. Exp.
114 2019-07-13 No road to the $5 trillian economy. Ind. Exp.
115 2019-07-11 Road to $5 trillion (It is not redistribution but growth that matters. We have to increase the size of the cake)? Ind. Exp.
116 2019-07-08 No easy answer to economic slowdown (What happens if higher credit flows don?t revive private investment?) Hindu
117 2019-07-08 What becoming a $5-trillion economy means. Ind. Exp.
118 2019-07-06 FM Stumps Rich, bats For Investment. T.O.I
119 2019-07-05 Towards A $5 Trillion Economy (Economic Survey shows the way forward, private investment must be a key driver)? T.O.I
120 2019-07-03 Not by wishful thinking (A $5 trillion Indian economy may be attainable if domestic saving and investment are stepped up) Hindu
121 2019-06-21 Is India overestimating its economic growth? (The new GDP series has some methodological and sampling problems)? Hindu
122 2019-06-20 What a $5 trillion economy would look like (The economy must be evaluated in terms of how much it contributes to the ease of our life)? Hindu
123 2019-06-16 Want to make India a $5 trillion economy by 2024, says PM (At NITI Aayog meet, he sets up agri task force and asks States to boost growth) Hindu
124 2019-06-12 The middle income illusion (There is no economic evidence to support the notion of middle income trap) Ind. Exp.
125 2019-06-11 India?s Low Productivity Trap (Prosperity and economic transformation require a complete change of mindset)? T.O.I
126 2019-06-08 Solving The Jobs Crisis (Here are three things government must do and three things individuals can do) T.O.I
127 2019-06-07 Tackle The Slowdown (RBI?s third policy rate cut since February needs to be complemented by government) T.O.I
128 2019-06-03 Make up for lost time (Narendra Modi must leverage the public trust voters have placed in him to get the economy on track)? Hindu
129 2019-06-01 Economy is not well (With underlying drivers of growth sputtering, the slowdown is deeper and more entrenched than was believed) Ind. Exp.
130 2019-05-31 Investment and liquidity concerns as slowdown looms.? Ind. Exp.
131 2019-05-29 The key agenda must be to accelerate growth (Only a fast-growing economy can generate surpluses needed to create jobs and sustain social safety nets) Hindu
132 2019-05-29 Reforms For A New India (How to steer transformative economic change in Modi?s second term) T.O.I
133 2019-05-26 ?Can?t run world?s fastest growing economy on employment support? Must create employment?.? Ind. Exp.
134 2019-05-25 On anvil: Rs.30L cr transport boost (New Govt?s Rs.100L Cr Capex Plan To Revive Economic growth, Create Jobs) T.O.I
135 2019-05-24 Task at hand: Rev up growth engine, create jobs and push rural demand. T.O.I
136 2019-05-16 Reserve Bank proposes 24?7 NEFT money transfer. Ind. Exp.
137 2019-05-16 ?Indian economy faces climate peril?.? T.O.I
138 2019-05-06 Risk And Return?(There is no case to create a special regulatory dispensation for financial intermediaries) T.O.I
139 2019-05-03 ?Elephant In The Room (Next administration must have single-minded focus: Revive private investment)? T.O.I
140 2019-05-02 The cost of resistance (India must brace for the economic shocks from uncontrolled antimicrobial resistance) Hindu
141 2019-04-29 Blast from the past (Competitive populism threatens to undo the gains of economic reforms)? Ind. Exp.
142 2019-04-24 After The Poll (Economic reforms and cultivating friends are crucial for India?s strategic heft)? T.O.I
143 2019-04-22 Unlock Potential?(Recent economic data call for a new wave of reforms which focus on factor markets) T.O.I
144 2019-04-21 For rating agencies, panel suggests investor or regulator ?pays model. Ind. Exp.
145 2019-04-17 ?No more half-measures (Reviving growth requires better coordination between fiscal and monetary policies) Ind. Exp.
146 2019-04-16 Time For Minimum Income (People?s aspirations have grown, fewer want to sell pakodas for a living) T.O.I
147 2019-04-15 ?Necessary steps to ending poverty (The provision of health, education and public services matters more than income support schemes) Hindu
148 2019-04-10 Jobs for the next government (A new generation of reforms is needed, the old ones are running out of steam) T.O.I
149 2019-04-08 Capital high (To retain the confidence of foreign investors, macroeconomic management is sky Hindu
150 2019-04-04 A ladder,?not?a?crutch (Using?behavioural?science?in?the?design of?cash?transfers?can?make?them?more effective?in?the?fight?against?poverty) Hindu
151 2019-03-12 Ten Steps To $5 Trillion. (Indian Economy) T.O.I
152 2015-05-15 ?Missing demand (Slowdown has widened across sectors; the new government must hit the ground running)? Hindu
153 19/1/2020 Govt to revamp official data for clearer picture of economy. (Indian Economy) T.O.I
154 11/2/2019 From bad to worse (Contraction in core sector output indicates that recovery is still far away)? Hindu
155 10/9/2019 Uncaging India?(The steel frame has become a cage.?A $10-trillion economy?needs deep civil service reform)? Ind. Exp.
156 10/7/2019 Why state budgets matter?(Together the states are more?important than the Centre?in increasing India's?GDP.?But?RBI?finds them cutting down expenditure and getting more indebted, which will hurt India Ind. Exp.
157 10/7/2019 A road to economic revival runs through agriculture?(The?current growth?slowdown is an ideal time to?implement doable agricultural?reforms) Hindu
158 10/31/2019 The rising insecurity (Not enough jobs are being created. Those created are of questionable quality)? Ind. Exp.
159 10/31/2019 It?s credibility, stupid (On the?Indian economy, no one knows what to believe. This makes the uncertainty of our moment more endemic)? Ind. Exp.
160 10/22/2019 The Future Of Work (With automation and technological upgrading, workers will have to learn new skills) T.O.I
161 10/22/2019 A fix for growth gain from fiscal pain (With euphoria over the corporate tax cut fading, the government needs to address issues fundamental to the?economy)? Hindu
162 10/19/2019 The sacred economy (Today, more than ever, we need Gandhi?s economic wisdom)? Ind. Exp.
163 10/19/2019 No timeline for?economy?s recovery, says Sitharaman (At this stage, it?s my duty to hear every sector, she says)? Hindu
164 10/18/2019 Export Or Stagnate (There is no substitute for export-led growth, decline indicates economy losing steam)? T.O.I
165 10/18/2019 What can India do to overcome the global slowdown? (Strengthening the manufacturing industry and increasing domestic demand are key imperatives)? Hindu
166 10/17/2019 Five years of Make in India?(There is a contradiction in trying to attract?foreign investors?before?reforming ?labour, land acquisition laws)? Ind. Exp.
167 10/16/2019 A cost-effective way to power generation (Creating generation assets with the lowest until cost?is linked to optimizing ?plan capacities and using?private investment)? Hindu
168 10/15/2019 How To Do $5 Trillion By 2024. T.O.I
169 10/13/2019 Aus LRS figures hit new high; Apr-Jul remittance surpasses FPI inflows. Ind. Exp.
170 10/12/2019 Industrial output tumbles at fastest rate in 7 yrs in Aug. T.O.I
171 10/11/2019 ?Pronounced slowdown?: Moody?s cuts FY 20 GDP forecast to 5.8%.? Ind. Exp.
172 10/1/2019 ?The link between jobs, farming and climate?(It is?imperative to focus on agricultural production?in devising a long-term solution to the problem of unemployment)? Hindu
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