Which structural reform was finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman referring to when she mentioned “a result in mechanism for a deviation from the estimated fiscal deficit on account of structural reforms in the overall economy…”, although presenting her next Union Spending plan on February? Why are information companies the cynosure of all eyes suddenly? Does the final result of the Delhi polls conclusively verify that Assembly polls are about regional troubles, not nationalist narrative? Alokananda Chakraborty sums up.
Even though the last final result of the Delhi Assembly polls was in line with what several exit and viewpoint polls experienced predicted, the outcome sends out a robust sign that voters are now clearly differentiating in between regional and countrywide elections, claims our prime edit.
The Q3 headline gains of India Inc appear impressive but worries continue to be, claims our next edit.
The governing administration would have finished effectively to have described clearly in the Spending plan the precise structural reforms that have been accountable for the deviation from the fiscal deficit goal, writes AK Bhattacharya.
The biggest weak spot of this year’s Spending plan is its continuing lurch in direction of protectionism, writes former CEA Shankar Acharya.
What has performed out on the Chinese equivalents of Twitter and Fb in the aftermath of the coronavirus disaster amounts, by Communist China’s criteria, to an on-line mutiny, writes Rahul Jacob.