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Canada Faces Sharpest Downturn in GDP Since 2009

Canada's national statistical agency said that the country's economy saw the worst quarterly performance since 2009 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Statistics Canada said on...

COVID-19 Pandemic: An Infodemic and Ecodemic

BY K. YATISH RAJAWAT The war against the most severe health emergency in more than a 100 years involves three parallel battles -- the ones...

Is France Going to Witness Its Deepest Economic Downturn? Find it Out Here

France will likely see its deepest economic downturn this year since the end of World War Two, far surpassing the slump seen after the...

Know About the Concern Over Fluctuating Oil Prices due to Coronavirus Outbreak

By Ken Bredemeier Stock markets plummeted across the world Monday, plunging on dual concerns over oil prices and the economic effects of the coronavirus that has...

India Requires Some Bold Moves to Uplift its Economy

BY FRANK F. ISLAM Only six months after Prime Minister Narendra Modi won his re-election with a resounding mandate, the economic outlook in the country...

Advance Of Summit, NATO Pacify Trump

As Britain prepares for the NATO leaders' meeting outside London December 3-4, the alliance said Thursday it had agreed to redistribute costs and cut...

5G Carries Potential to Contribute to India’s GDP Growth by the Year 2025

A KPMG report on Monday said that 5G technology has the potential to add 0.35-0.5 per cent to India's gross domestic product (GDP) by...

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Measures To Boost Export and Housing Sector

With GDP growth sliding to six-year low of 5 per cent in April-June quarter and several sectors facing low demand, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman...

10 Things Government Can Do To Raise The GDP Growth

BY K YATISH RAJAWAT Growth has momentum and slowdown has inertia. The Indian GDP growth has fallen to 5 per cent in the April-June quarter,...

Indian GDP Slowdown Can be Reversed if Both Short-Term and Long-Term Reforms are Undertaken

Growth has momentum and slowdown has inertia. The Indian GDP growth has fallen to 5 per cent in the April-June quarter, from 8 per...

Indian Economy Passing through A Phase of Economic Slowdown

The Indian economy is passing through a phase of economic slowdown, with the GDP growth registering one of the lowest rates of 5.8 per...

Liquidity Stance Moved to Positive by RBI

The focus of monetary policy is now conclusively on ensuring better transmission. Towards this, for the first time in recent history the RBI has...

Slow Pace of Private Investment, High Finance Costs Impact India’s Economy

Consumption driven growth might become an unintended beneficiary of the government's plans to raise a part of its gross borrowings from external markets. Presenting the...

Nepal Welcomed Almost 1Mn Tourists in 2018

Tourist arrivals in Nepal topped one million for the first time in 2018 — boosted by increased visitors from India, China, the U.S., Sri...

Cybercrimes cost businesses $600 billion globally: McAfee report

Cybercrimes have cost businesses close to $600 billion globally -- or 0.8% the global GDP -- which is up from $445 billion reported three...

How telecom has become driver of economic change in India

India has done well to stay ahead of the curve in the technological revolution The sectoral change in productivity has been the highest...

Doing business in India easier now: Modi

New Delhi, November 3, 2017: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday invited global investors to do business in India, which he said was "easier now" after his government repealed...

What if Another Gorakhpur Tragedy Happens? 15-Year-Old Khushi Chandra Launches Initiative ‘Oxygen Gorakhpur’ to Combat Oxygen-Related Emergencies

Gorakhpur tragedy shook the entire nation starting early August after numerous children suffering from brain inflammation died in absence of oxygen Over 290...

Fewer Indians use Tobacco in 2015-16 than a decade ago, but the Country still world’s No. 2 Consumer and Producer

May 31, 2017: Fewer Indians used tobacco in 2015-16 than a decade ago, but only China consumes and produces more tobacco, keeping cancer rates...

India’s dream of outdoing China: just a dream?

By Sol Palha India has had many aspirations to overtake China, but this is more of a pipedream than reality. India's corruption makes China's corruption...

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10,000 Bed Sardar Patel Covid-19 Centre To set up at Delhi

The 10,000-bed Sardar Patel Covid-19 Care Centre and Hospital, inaugurated here on Sunday by Delhi Lieutenant-Governor Anil Baijal, which will serve as a major...

UP Government to Set World Record in Tree Plantation Drive

The Yogi Adityanath government is all set to set a new world record by planting 25 crore trees on Sunday in a massive plantation...

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Soon, Akshay Kumar will be seen essaying the role of a transgender in "Laxmmi Bomb". Sonam Kapoor has explored the complexities of being a...