Congress leader #RahulGandhi on September 1st slammed the government over the rising price of domestic cooking gas, diesel and petrol, and alleged that an amount of Rs 23 lakh crore has been earned by increasing prices of these commodities in the last seven years.
If we have to eradicate poverty from this country, we cannot afford to grow at a rate lower than 8 percent, said State Bank of India's Chairman, Rajnish Kumar.
Dismissing the narrative created against government after the National Survey Sample Organization's (NSSO) data leak.
Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Friday questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the growth of GDP. Sibal also criticised demonetisation and said that due to its implementation 1.5% of GDP was lost
Finance and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal addressing the media on the four year achievement of the Railway Ministry at Press Information Bureau in New Delhi on Monday.
India's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) slipped to 5.7% between April to June in 2017, making it the slowest pace recorded in last 13 quarters.