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National Statistical Office

Tough days ahead

In the midst of all the gloom, robust agriculture and an expected revival in industrial sector offer hope

Kakatiya University faculty to adopt, mentor rural students

The initiative can be put in place with the active and voluntary involvement of the teaching fraternity and others interested in tutoring and mentoring the students through mobile phones and other digital means.

COVID-19 an ‘Act of God’, economy to contract this fiscal: Sitharaman

As per the Centre's calculations, states will be facing a shortfall of Rs 2.35 lakh crore in GST revenues in 2020-21.

India’s GDP growth seen at 1.2% for Q4 Financial Year 2020

“We believe that Q4 (FY20) GDP growth would be around 1.2 percent as the economic activity in the last seven days of March month was completely suspended due to the nationwide lockdown.”

Industrial production falls 16.7 percent in March

The government had imposed lockdown to contain COVID-19 from March 25, 2020. The Index of Industrial Production (IIP) had grown by 2.7 percent in March 2019.

11.56 lakh new members join ESIC scheme in Feb

New Delhi: Around 11.56 lakh new members joined the ESIC-run social security scheme in February 2020 against 12.19 lakh members in the previous month, according to the payroll...

Interest of LIC policyholders will be protected: Thakur

The government aims to garner Rs 90,000 crore from the listing of LIC and stake dilution in IDBI Bank in the next fiscal out of total disinvestment target of Rs 2.10 lakh crore.

Priyanka Gandhi attacks Modi govt over rising inflation

Her remarks came a day after massive rise in food prices lifted India's December retail inflation to a 65-month high at 7.35 percent from 5.54 per cent in November, official data showed on Monday.

GDP estimated at 5% in FY20

The figures show massive drop in growth rates following deceleration in the key sectors of industry and core sectors and now presage an 11-year drop in GDP growth

GDP sputters to 4.5%, the lowest since 2013

In the previous quarter of the ongoing fiscal, the economic growth was 5 per cent

Consumer expenditure survey not to be released: Govt

The ministry said in a release that it had seen media reports regarding consumer expenditure survey by the NSS stating that consumer spending is falling and the report has been withheld due to its 'adverse' findings

Over 14.24 lakh new jobs created in July: ESI Corporation

Gross enrolments of new subscribers with the ESIC were 1.49 crore during 2018-19, National Statistical Office said in a report.

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