लड़ते लड़ते जीना है, लड़ते लड़ते मरना है
- Aug 10, 2020
hit job articles by pressitutes.BJPigs are doing everything they can to ruin the economy. Key economic indicators are showing alarming slowdowns and idiots are planning to tax more stuff
Textile traders and cotton farmers say they’re suffering unprecedented losses. For a State half whose population is linked to textiles, such a crisis could have far-reaching consequences. With the Assembly polls scheduled in Gujarat later this year, A.M. Jigeesh explores whether this financial...www.thehindu.com
A senior executive with one of the country's largest electronic goods contract manufacturers said brands have become extremely cautious and continue t..retail.economictimes.indiatimes.com
Look at this cretin
Revenue Secretary Tarun Bajaj said the 28 per cent slab in GST contributes 16 per cent to the gross GST revenue, while the major chunk of 65 per cent comes from the 18 per cent slab.indianexpress.com
5 pc GST on non-ICU hospital rooms above Rs 5,000 will not hit affordable healthcare: Revenue SecretaryIndustry body Ficci in a letter to the finance ministry on Monday said that 5 per cent GST on non-ICU hospital rooms above Rs 5,000 will increase the cost of healthcare services. The GST Council last week removed exemptions on this category of hospital rooms.economictimes.indiatimes.com
Ya'll Nibbiars just investing 40 million dollars a small mount of the massive fortunes.A market investor converting his floating asset into tangible asset.
Ya'll Nibbiars The leasing and debt borrowings oral requires less physical capitals.Really?
I thought that was the cost of one plane.
Reasonably good news but this RUS v West war is a golden chance for India (as long as it's getting energy at a cheaper price). Europe and USA currently in shambles. If India did whatever neccessary to invite foreign money and tech right now they'd make lasting inroads. Does red tape and bureaucracy still discourage foreign investors? Vietnam and soon Indonesia get the invesment instead. For obvious reasons Modi has to be (and be seen as) tough on China for as long as they kept this border war going. I just hope it doesn't discourage other investors.Indian Economy
The Indian economy is heading in the right direction with $5 trillion GDP (nominal) achievable about a year late in 2026 instead of 2025. Even the IMF has revised their previous estimates to reach the magic number from 2027 to 2026. The COVID-19 pandemic caused one year of delay. Why this big achievement and that too without a massive influx of FDI and technology, it can be attributed to the dumping of Nehruvian secularism, socialism, and adopting the free market principle as its key measure. India has also mended much of its earlier corrupt practices by replacing corruption with entrepreneurship and ease of doing business. This 8.5% GDP growth forecast for the current year (2022-23) will occur despite the global slowdown caused by war, high oil prices and high inflation. It looks as though India will overcome this induced economic storm.
A gloomy picture painted in June by the Western and Indian economic analysts has been laid to rest by the timely arrival of rains in early July and forced them to revise their estimates. This time the Indian inflation acceleration has met its match as the rains and the improved planting season enhanced the economic outlook.
The rupee's nearly 4% depreciation against the dollar this year has also made imported items costlier, prompting the federal government to restrict wheat and sugar exports and cut fuel taxes and has joined the RBI in the battle against inflation. The recent depreciation of the Indian rupee is not entirely under Indian control. As bank rates in the United States increase, capital outflows from India increase until the Indian rate rises in line with that of the United States. This action reduces the capital and liquidity available to the Indian economy and causes a slowdown. These inter-related issues are being evaluated on a daily basis by India and best course of action is chartered.
Although our exports have grown by 20%, that is definitely not enough to celebrate. When the United States began to make China an export country, it opened its doors to duty-free, unrestricted goods coming in. It pegged the Chinese currency so low that everything became cheaper to the importing country. China's leaders quietly welcomed FDI inflows, unrestricted imports and weak foreign exchange. As a result, it has achieved unprecedented levels of export and manufacturing prosperity. No such benefit has been made available to India. Our exports rose, but they stayed at $600 billion. These should be a trillion dollar by now, except enough money & know how has not been placed at India’s disposal. US and Europe policies are China centric in spite of major supply disruption due to pandemic in China. There was a huge hue and cry last year when a single source supply was challenged by the consumer advocates. Smart money always wishes at least a matching manufacturing to China elsewhere, probably in India to prevent future supply disruptions, but for now there are few takers of this policy change. As a result, India received no FDI at China's 1998 to 2014 levels.
Back to the Indian economy…….. A growth rate of 8-9% will continue. That $5 trillion economy dream will happen in 2026. India will then be third in GDP after China and the United States.
On the risk of sounding blackpiller RDSO cannot develop anything . It is filled with not scientist/engineers but sarkari karamchari and all those upsc wala . RDSO is famous for even scuttling and delaying good idea proposed by others.RDSO Design Light Aluminium Coaches of Train-18 Which Can Cruise at 200 kmph
Arvind Chauhan / TNN / Jun 23, 2022, 12:27 IST
LUCKNOW: With the objective to provide comfortable travel in the shortest possible time with high speed train service between major cities of the country, RDSO has sent specifications to the railway board for 100 trains based on the Train-18 concept which would cruise at 200 kmph.
Further, the apex research facility of Indian railways is also working to develop another lightweight 100 trains which can cruise at 200 kmph in push and pull configuration (power units at both ends).
Director general of RDSO, Sanjiv Bhutani said, “Based on the current train-18 concept which runs over a distributed traction power system (self-propelled — do not require an engine) RDSO has forwarded specifications to develop 100 trains which can operate at 200 kmph. Further, the organization is working to design push and pull trains which also can cruise at 200 kmph.”
Meanwhile, RDSO has also released the specification for development of Hydrogen Fuel Cell based Hybrid Power Train to prove the technology success of 1200 KW DEMU. Northern Railway is likely to invest in the project.
Further, RDSO and CSIO have worked jointly in the last one year for development of anti-viral and anti-pathogen systems for air-conditioned coaches of Railways. After successful trial of this system, the Railway Board has given its consent to install it in the AC coaches.
DG RDSO Sanjiv Bhutani further said, under the "Atmanirbhar Bharat" Indian Railways in an initiative to encourage innovation and provide opportunities to start-up, a program called "Startups for Railways" has been launched. It aims to improve the area of operation, maintenance and infrastructure creation through the participation of startups.
For the first phase of this program, 11 problem statements like Broken Rail Detection System, Rail Stress Monitoring System, Headway Improvement for suburban section and others were selected out of more than 100 problems received from various Divisions, Regional Offices and Zones of Railways.
Proposals have been sought from start-up entrepreneurs to find solutions to these problems.
Startups will be given a maximum grant of Rs 1.5 crore on an equal sharing basis. Provision has been made for milestone-wise payment to start-ups.
According to this policy, the developer will have the freedom to keep the IPR and will get the purchase order from the Railways for the assured development.
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