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Cambodian farmers to try out Organic farming over rice farming

Farmers of Cambodia’s Kampong Speu province are eager to grow vegetables like- spinach, cauliflower, lettuce or collard greens here were 7 million people...

Black Money – “Economics is not a moral subject”

Back in 2008, when the whole world was in a financial ruckus, India was not as affected as rather seems to be the fact....

World Bank projects bright Indian growth for 2016-17 amid weak global growth

A World Bank report projects India's growth at 7.8% in 2016-17 amid projected weak global growth at 2.95% Washington: India, the dominant economy in the...

We hope that India will be among top 100 in ease of doing business: Sinha

New Delhi: India will be among the top 100 countries in the World Bank's list of ease of doing business ranking next year, Minister of...

India’s GDP to increase at 7.3 per cent: Jaitley

Dubai: India's economic growth is expected to exceed 7.3 per cent in the 2015-16 fiscal and go higher during the next year, Finance Minister Arun...

Let’s reform our education system, starting with the teachers

By Harshmeet Singh The fact that India’s education system needs reforms has never been a subject of debate. While some point out at the inadequate...

Modi is worst victim of ideological intolerance, says Jaitley

Claiming that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been the ‘worst victim of ideological intolerance,’ Finance Minister Arun Jaitley alleged that the Congress, Left and...

World Bank, IMF should reflect rise of developing economies: India

United Nations: India has called for reforming the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to reflect the rise of the developing and...

India renews calls for urgent reforms in IMF, World Bank

Lima: India reiterated its call for quota reforms in the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF), a top official said on Sunday. "India called...

Migration, an engine of economic growth: World Bank

Lima: The World Bank, in its 2015-2016 Global Monitoring Report, has said migration is presently a permanent feature of the global economy and could...

India home to most poor, but poverty rate lowest: World Bank

Washington: India was home to the largest number of poor in 2012, but its poverty rate was one of the lowest among those countries...

World Bank offers $2 billion aid to Pakistan

Islamabad: World Bank has offered a $2 billion assistance package to Pakistan, a media report said on Tuesday. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif talked to World Bank...

Uttar Pradesh government assures World Bank of development

Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday assured a visiting World Bank team that it would complete all the projects funded by it in the...

3 lakh teachers to be trained in Bihar with World Bank’s financial aid

 Bihar: The Bihar cabinet Friday formally approved a proposal  to train three lakh school teachers with financial help from the  World Bank, officials said. Principal Secretary,...

World Bank will provide upto $500 million fro Nepal’s reconstruction

Kathmandu: The World Bank Group on Tuesday announced a financial aid of up to $500 million to Nepal for reconstruction following the April earthquake. The announcement...

Badal launches second World Bank-funded water, sanitation project to give state open-defecation free

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Wednesday launched the second World Bank-funded Rs.2,200-crore project aimed at improving water and sanitation services and creating...

1 million people pushed below poverty line by Nepal earthquake: Report

Kathmandu: A national crisis caused by the April 25 earthquake and its aftermath has pushed an estimated one million people below poverty line, a...

Unholy War: How Israel’s 2014 offensive has left Gaza in shambles

Blockades, war and poor governance have strangled Gaza's economy and the unemployment rate is now the highest in the world according to the latest World Bank...

World Bank approves $250 million program to improve the quality of elementary teachers in Bihar

By NewsgRam Staff Writer The World Bank approved a $250 million credit for Enhancing Teacher Effectiveness in Bihar Program to improve the effectiveness of elementary school...

Ease-of-doing-business: Is the Modi government on the right track?

By NewsGram Staff Writer India, one of the lowest ranking nations in World Bank’s Ease of Doing business ranking, has further dropped two places to...

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