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Kerala Records Highest GDP Growth At 12.01 Per Cent In 2021-22, Best Since 2013

By P. Sreekumaran THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala’s economy posted a strong recovery in 2021-22. Growth rate of Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP), at constant (2011-12) prices increased from (-) 8.43 percent in 2020-21(P) to 12.01 per cent in 2021-22(Q).This is the fastest growth since 2012-13. Indian economy grew by 8.7percent in...

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Remembering The Turn Around Of The Battle At Stalingrad 80 Years Ago

By John Ellison Eighty years ago, on February 2 1943, the Soviet Union’s sustained defence of the city of Stalingrad (now Volgograd), ended with the surrender of 91,000 soldiers of the German 6th Army under General von Paulus. The battle for the city had raged since the previous September....

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More And More American Congressmen Demanding End Of Economic Blockade Against Cuba

By Jacob Buckner Cuba is a terrorist state—at least in the opinion of the U.S. Department of State. In 1982, President Ronald Regan added Cuba to the U.S. roster of countries that supposedly promote international terrorism. That designation, stamped on Cuba in the midst of the Cold War, imposed...

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2023-24 Budget Provides Big Boost For Industry, Tourism

By Nantoo Banerjee The massive boost in infrastructure spending proposed in the 2023-24 budget is expected to be the biggest growth driver of the county’s economy with several sectors such as steel, coal, power, engineering, automobile and banking are expected to do well. The infrastructure spending along with the...

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Union Budget 2023-24 Is Not Fair To The Vulnerable Sections

By Dr. Gyan Pathak “The fundamentals of the Indian Economy are sound as it enters its Amrit Kaal, the 25-year journey towards its centenary as a modern, independent nation. Policies pursued carefully and consciously to ensure …” was of course noisy and highly opinionated statement of the Economic Survey...

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Last Full Budget Before 2024 Polls Has Potential To Help BJP In Its Campaign

By Sushil Kutty What does the 2023-24 budget mean for the BJP in fighting the coming polls, including the nine in 2023, and the one in 2024? A simple question, with a simple answer: Budget 2023-24 has been drafted as a saviour! The BJP wants to win as many...

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Relatively Favourable Conditions Help Finance Minister Go For A Capex Boost

By K Raveendran Increased tax collections in view of a post-Covid pickup in the economy, easing of commodity prices as part of a global trend and lower subsidies on account of a reduction in food and fertilizer subsidy, apart from the withdrawal of Covid-related reliefs have given finance minister...

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In The ‘Giveaway’ 2023-24 Budget, Nirmala Is Depending To Much On Good Luck

By Anjan Roy In the background of an economic calamity like the liquidation of the market valuation of Adani Group, the union budget presented by Nirmala Sitharaman on February 1  is almost like the “kalpabhriksha” of Indian mythology. Whatever you ask for from the mythological tree, your wish is...

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Bitter Factionalism And Caste Rivalry Affect BJP Prospects In Karnataka

By Arun Srivastava BJP Chanakya, Amit Shah’s permeating focus on Karnataka and his frequent visits to the state just three months ahead of the assembly elections underscore the political implication of winning the electoral battle for the Modi government. The defeat of the Karnataka BJP government will prove to...

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Global Tech Companies Laying Off In Thousands Despite Big Rise In Earnings

By Arun Kumar Shrivastav Tech layoffs have left the employment scene bloodied. So far, Google has officially laid off 12,000 employees, Amazon 18,000, Meta 11,000, Salesforce 8,000, Twitter 4,000, IBM 3,900, SAP 3,000, and Coinbase 2,000. Microsoft is planning to reduce its headcount by at least 10,000 and Google...

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