Economist Sunil Sinha of India Ratings & Research said, 'The Indian economy is looking at a cycle of low consumption and weak demand.'
Pakistan met with no good luck even on the third day of the plenary of FATF; the country received a warning for its terror financing today
Prasad had given the example of three films making Rs 120 crore on 2 October while claiming that the concern for the economy was unfounded
Prior to Prasad, Deputy Chairman of NITI Aayog Rajiv Kumar had denied the economy had been hit by a slowdown, defying all data and assessment
India will still be the fastest growing major economy of the world and much ahead of China, the Washington-based global financial institution (IMF) had said
The Asia-Pacific Group of the global watchdog for terror financing and money laundering has put Pakistan in the Enhanced Expedited Follow Up List