The focus of the Indian government on the practice of fiscal restraint seems to be on the right track.
The correction will continue to take place until equity returns balance out with bond yields. That should imply a sustained downward trend in the stock markets.
The Budget is finally out and Mr Jaitley did not disappoint. The government managed to do a commendable job of balancing economic populism with prudent economics.
India has an abysmally low capacity to provide jobs to first-time workers. The only solution for India is to strengthen its manufacturing sector.
Issues on domestic front have been tackled to the best of government's fiscal capabilities, now external sector should be explored for lucrative economic possibilities.
The Indian economy has never been good at creating jobs. As per popular estimates India's employment elasticity has been around 0.2 in the post-reform period.
Indian economy will receive a fiscal stimulus soon on account of the government's desperate attempt to reverse the country's dipping growth rates.
To fulfill PM’s vision of a new India, it's important that all stakeholders come together and support the governments efforts on eradicating these evils.
Indian households have historically been risk averse and wary of investing savings in risky assets. This pattern is slowly changing, especially since demonetisation.
The role of social media in affecting reality through fake news has been undeniable. India has not remained unaffected.