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China’s GDP grows record 18.3 per cent in first quarter

China’s economic growth surged to 18.3% over a year earlier in the first quarter of this year as factory and consumer activity recovered from the coronavirus pandemic BEIJING China’s economy expanded at its fastest pace on record in the first quarter, data showed on Friday, in a sharp turnaround from the historic contraction caused by […]Read More

From today, India will officially be in recession

This will mark the first time in India’s history that it plunges into recession It is an oft-bandied about statement that India is in ‘recession’. Especially so in the last couple of years of economic slowdown. However, it will be officially true from today, when the government announces the July to September Q2 GDP figures. […]Read More

India Set To Drop Below Bangladesh In 2020 Per Capita

India is set to drop below Bangladesh in terms of per capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as the economy, according to the International Monetary Fund, is projected to contract by a massive 10.3 per cent this year. The IMF’s forecast for India, a huge downward revision from its previous prediction in June, will see the biggest […]Read More

The Best TVs for you to enjoy your quarantine time

By Priyansh Bahuguna Surat: The best TVs provide far more than a transparent image and sound. Today’s good TVs provide unbelievable 4K and even 8K resolution, vast numbers of apps, free streaming content, and even reasonable costs that suit your budget. Whether or not you are once had a premium home theatre setup, a budget-friendly […]Read More

India among worst performing economies in world: Abhijit Banerjee

Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee said the country’s economic growth was slowing down even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee on Tuesday said India is among the worst performing economies in the world and the government’s economic stimulus was inadequate to tackle the problem. He, however, said that the country will see a […]Read More

HDFC Bank launches Shaurya KGC Card for armed forces –

The Shaurya KGC Card will provide armed forces personnel with finance for agricultural requirements. New Delhi: HDFC Bank Ltd on Friday announced the launch “Shaurya KGC Card” for the armed forces that would cater to over 45 lakh Indian armed forces personnel. The product is based on the Kisan Credit Card guidelines by the government. […]Read More