Harish Rao also suggested the financial officers to do yoga and pranayama to get relief from mental stress.
Mast, a Member of Parliament from Ballia in Uttar Pradesh said that an atmosphere of the economic slowdown is being created to defame the government.
'Our sales in calendar 2019 will be lower at 15,000 units as compared to 17,000 in 2018,' Skoda Auto director Zac Hollis said.
Number of applications for property development projects has dipped year-on-year
Government expenditure accounts for 13.1 per cent of GDP as on September 2019 and is the sole spinning wheel in India's economic applecart.
The rating agency said that a slowing economy could exacerbate asset-quality tension for a sector grappling with weak recoveries and ageing provisions.
Government urged to spend on rural schemes, infrastructure to propel demand
Growth in the second half of 2019-20 will go up to 5.5 per cent, up from the 4.75 per cent in the first half, the agency said.
The report also said that the gross domestic product growth is expected to rise sharply in fiscal 2021 ending in March, to 7.1 per cent, from an estimated 5.7 per cent in fiscal 2020.
According to data released by the National Statistical Organization (NSO) on Friday, the GDP in the second quarter has declined to 4.5 per cent.
Sitharaman slashed the corporate tax rate to 22 per cent from 30 per cent for existing companies, and to 15 per cent from 25 per cent for new manufacturing companies.
'The economic slowdown witnessed all over the world has some effect on the Indian economy also,' Javadekar said while addressing a press conference on Saturday.
The former Finance Minister also urged the people of Jharkhand, where polling is underway, to vote against the BJP to record their rejection of its policies.
India's economic growth slowed to 4.5 per cent in the July to September quarter from 7.1 per cent in the corresponding period of last year, the government data showed on Friday.
Coal production fell steeply by 17.6 per cent, crude oil by 5.1 per cent and natural gas by 5.7 per cent.