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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 23, 2020
A majority - 58 per cent - are either not hopeful or are doubtful of the target. Out of the 58 per cent, around 34 per cent believe that India won't reach the $5 trillion target by 2025, while 24 per cent have no opinion on this


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 23, 2020
Out of the 12,141 respondents surveyed, 30 per cent do not see the employment scenario getting any better, while 19 per cent opted for 'don't know/can't say'


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 23, 2020
As many as 44 per cent people supported the Centre's privatisation drive, while 39 per cent opposed the government's decision to sell its majority stake in the Public Sector Units (PSUs)


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 23, 2020
The percentage of people who believed doing business in India had become easier under Modi govt was 54 per cent in the same survey conducted in August last year


BusinessToday.In
January 23, 2020
Onion prices peaked to Rs 160 per kg in December 2019 but have come down to around Rs 60-70% per kg now


BusinessToday.In
May 19, 2019
Although votes will only be counted on May 23, starting today evening a plethora of exit polls will try predicting the outcome of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019. Here's a ready reckoner on exit polls and how reliable they really are


BusinessToday.In
May 1, 2019
Apart from joblessness and price rise, Indian also picked corruption, terrorism, crime, economic disparity, poor quality schools, air pollution, health care and communal relations as the major problems in the present day


Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, November 19, 2018
Chai cafes are multiplying, becoming as aspirational as coffee chains and attracting investment.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, February 2, 2018
India Today TV strengthened its position with extensive stories on World Economic Forum Davos, and telecast of India Today Conclave South sessions.


Team BT
New Delhi, May 19, 2017
The Modi government has taken several measures to lift growth. Indeed, nearly two-thirds of the respondents believe that the government has been successful in ensuring development, growth and reforms; a fifth believe that Modi and his team fell short on these parameters.


Shweta Punj
April 9, 2015
The outlook upgrade by Moody's is a validation of all that the Narendra Modi government has engineered these past 11 months.


Business Today
November 29, 2014
Here are the highlights from the second day coverage of Business Today MindRush 2014, a two-day event that brings global thought leadership closer to the home-grown achievers.


Shweta Punj
November 19, 2014
Six months after Prime Minister Narendra Modi was sworn in, there is a sense that the Indian economy has got moving after several wasted years.


Aditya Kalra
August 23, 2014
The 'Mood of the Nation Poll' by India Today-Hansa Research stands out in contrast with the disappointment that top political economists, including those who advised the Modi campaign, have voiced over his failure to announce big bang reforms.


Shweta Punj
December 2, 2013
Almost all poll pundits say it is highly unlikely that opinion polls can influence the outcome of elections. The only way surveys can influence the voter is if all of them predict the same result. The fence sitters are then likely to turn to the winning side.


Mahesh Nayak
July 6, 2013
India at this juncture is a perfect fit for investment given its weak currency, decent valuations, and also the fact that India is a stable democratic nation. Domestic investors don't think about democracy, but for a FII, 'country risk' is a huge factor before taking investment decision.


Phaneesh Murthy
December 3, 2012
Shrinking IT budgets in the US, and not Barack Obama's anti-outsourcing rhetoric, will hurt the Indian software industry, which has to move away from showcasing benefits out of hourly billing models, says the CEO of iGate.


Gita Piramal
January 4, 1998
The signals are ominous. As a BT-Gallup MBA Survey of corporate India reveals, the Indian business house faces powerful threats that may erode its historical strengths. Is the pessimism about their future justified? Or is it unfounded? An assessment.


Rakesh Rai & Sushmita Choudhury
August 21, 2009
The buzz on the street is not caused by market experts alone talking about signs of revival in the economy. It’s also created by all of us—consumers, investors, employees and employers.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
BT’s Anniversary Specials? ?have not just been chronicling the travails and triumphs of India Inc. but also been guiding and setting the agenda for it. Here’s the proof:


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