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India sees energy demand growth below GDP pace
April 23, 2007
India wants the demand to remain strong, but high energy efficiency may keep demand growth below economic growth.
EU to give $19 mn aid to Bangladesh
June 13, 2008
The European Commission announces that it will provide 13 million euros (about $19 million) to rebuild the quake-hit are ...
Nepal keen on devaluing its currency
May 19, 2007
In the past five years, the average rate of growth of
has been 2.14 per cent - easily the lowest in South Asia, REPO ...
'Economy likely to grow close to 8 per cent'
August 13, 2008
Finance Minister P Chidambaram says that he is confident that the economy will grow close to 8 pc this fiscal, although ...
Chidambaram doesn't see sharp rupee rise in 2008
March 2, 2008
The rupee is unlikely to appreciate as sharply this year as last year and the economy will grow close to 9%, says the fi ...
UN-ESCAP projects 9 pc growth for India in 2008-09
March 27, 2008
According to Escap the sustained expansion of the Indian economy would grow by 9 per cent in the next financial year.
Inflation likely to moderate in weeks: Montek
May 6, 2008
The Planning Commission deputy chairperson also expected the Indian economy to grow between 8 and 8.5 per cent in the cu ...
India's GDP up 8.8 % from year earlier
May 30, 2008
India's economy grew 8.8 per cent in the March quarter from a year earlier, led by strong expansion in the services s ...
Inflation sizzles at 8.1 pc, no relief in sight
May 30, 2008
The latest price data released on Friday showed the provisional rate of inflation for the week ended May 17 stood at 8.1 ...
Oil subsidy may triple to 2.2 per cent of GDP
June 1, 2008
India's oil subsidy may shoot up three times this year even as the Govt dithers on raising fuel prices in step with the ...
Economy galloping, growth at 9.4 per cent
May 31, 2007
The economy surpasses the Govt forecast of 9.2 per cent, Gaurav Choudhury & Chetan Chauhan report.
Economists cheer growth, but rate worries remain
June 1, 2007
Brokers and economists cautiously cheers the country’s record economic growth for 2006/07, reports BS Srinivasalu Reddy.
Plan Panel meets to brainstorm on inclusive growth
November 7, 2007
The plan panel has set an average
growth target of 9 per cent in the 11th plan period, reports Deepak Joshi
Fiscal on course to meet target
October 9, 2007
The Indian government is confident of wiping out the revenue deficit and reducing the fiscal deficit to 3 per cent of gr ...
GDP expected to grow at 9.2% in 2007-08: CII
July 16, 2007
Indian economy is expected to show a marginal decline in
growth to 9.2 per cent in the current fiscal from 9.4 per c ...
'Delhi should've been Indraprastha or Hastinapura': Naidu's remark draws ire
'Samjho kuch ghalat hai': Prasoon Joshi's lyrical tribute to Peshawar victims
Despite change, prostitution stigma stays with this Madhya Pradesh tribe
No consensus over fundings, Swachh Bharat fails to go beyond photo-ops
'They raped me, threw me before a train that severed my legs'
Bigg Boss 8: Salman Khan gets annoyed with Karishma, storms out of stage
Diandra Soares evicted from Bigg Boss 8: Could she really be pregnant?
Sydney siege: Infosys techie among several hostages in cafe; negotiations with gunman on
Pak hockey players remove shirt, make obscene gestures at crowd after win
Peshawar school attack: More than 130, mostly children, massacred by Taliban militants
Won't differentiate between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ Taliban: Pak PM Sharif's vow to fight terror
Inside Peshawar school: Eerie silence and the stamp of Taliban brutality
Conflict of interest? Sunny, Srikanth, Shastri, Ganguly under SC lens
SpiceJet ‘grounded’ as oil companies refuse fuel; fares go north
Lashkar may target Agra-Delhi highway: New intel
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