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PTI
June 1, 2019



Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, May 30, 2019
Arun Jaitley's absence will be conspicuous for his unique hydra-headed multi-tasking. Modi's unabashed supporter, opposition basher and principle trouble-shooter will be sorely missed until his return


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, May 29, 2019
If there's anything that needs crisis management today, it is the economy. Modi surely needs his best man for the toughest job in the Cabinet.


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, May 24, 2019
This job is as intense, if not more, because there's still steam left in the ongoing deceleration. Indian economy has been in slowdown mode for at least 3 quarters


PTI
May 15, 2019



BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 14, 2019
GDP growth rate is coming down, power generation growth lowest in 5 years, average labour wage has seen a sharp drop. Do these indicators suggest that India is witnessing an economic slowdown? Dr Krishnamurthy Subramanian, chief economic advisor to the govt of India, economist Arun Kumar, BusinessToday.In editor Rajeev Dubey and other eminent economists analyse the state of the economy.


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, May 13, 2019
More signs of an economic slowdown are emerging.


Rajeev Dubey & Ajita Shashidhar
New Delhi, May 13, 2019
Even though as CEO Susan Wojcicki was on her maiden visit to India - YouTube's largest user base - she cut her teeth in the media industry as an intern with the India Today Group way back in 1991. \"I used to live in Kalkaji (New Delhi) and travel to the India Today office in Connaught Place by bus,\" she fondly remembers. In fact, her first assignment as an intern was to write about the birth of e-mail. From there, Wojcicki went on to rent out her garage in the US to the Google founders and eventually became Google's first marketing manager in 1999. In conversation with Business Today's Rajeev Dubey and Ajita Shashidhar, Wojcicki talks about YouTube's ambition, its brush with regulators, fake news and her unflinching faith in YouTube's ad-supported business model. Edited excerpts:


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 4, 2019
Rahul Gandhi's reply came after BJP chief Amit Shah slammed him, alleging his company associated with Gandhi's former business partner received offset defence contracts during the UPA regime. Business today.in editor Rajeev Dubey decodes the controversy.


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, April 29, 2019
There are no ifs and buts about this one. India is well and truly in the grip of a slowdown that is threatening to get worse by the day


Prosenjit Datta & Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, April 29, 2019
There is a heated debate in the country not only about how the economy is performing but also the credibility of numbers that measure economic progress.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 13, 2019
The appointments have been made for departments of revenue, financial services, economic affairs, agriculture and farmers welfare, road transport and highways, shipping, environment, forest and climate change, new and renewable energy, civil aviation, and commerce


PTI
April 12, 2019



Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, April 10, 2019
He has claimed exemption from Daiichi contempt proceedings claiming he was not in control of the affairs of the group


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, April 3, 2019
Domain is owned by Parag J Shah whose background is unknown


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 1, 2019
On March 25, Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi announced that Rs 72000 per year will be given as minimum income to poor families, if his party was voted to power. The 'NYAY' schemehas come under intense scrutiny. Can it really be implemented? Can the economy afford the scheme? Top economists gathered to discuss the feasibility of the scheme. Watch the video.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 1, 2019
While former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan said that the NYAY scheme announced by Congress will promote growth at the grassroot level, he remained skeptical about whether the economy can afford such a scheme. Economists gathered to discuss the feasibility of the scheme. Watch what they had to say.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 29, 2019
MIT professor Abhijit Banerjee who was consulted by the Congress Party before it introduced the  minimum income guarantee programme says NYAY will be implemented in 2 phases and will involve a set of exclusion criteria that will make government employees, car owners or owners of a pucca house in a city or a large village automatically ineligible for the scheme aimed at the poor. This exclusion criteria will be based on the Social Economic Caste Census 2011. Businesstoday.in editor Rajeev Dubey speaks to Banerjee for more details


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, March 29, 2019
NYAY scheme: \"The first year they're only aiming for the poorest of the poor who're actually relatively easy to target,\" said MIT Economics professor Abhijit Banerjee.


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, March 28, 2019
Only the poorest of the poor will be targeted in the first year which is relatively easy, however, it will be more difficult to identify the second phase of beneficiaries as the data is nearly a decade old, Banerjee said.


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