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Indian economy is the world's sixth largest economy in terms of nominal GDP and third largest in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP)

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Farm Loan Waiver: A Political Gimmick or An Agenda Of Agriculture Reforms


Before the assembly elections of Uttar Pradesh (UP), the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) had promised in its manifesto to wave off the farmers' loan in its very first cabinet meeting after winning the elections.


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Prohibition of Benami Transaction And Its Socio Economic Benefits


Benami' is a Persian word meaning 'without name' or 'no name'. According to the Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act 1988, 'benami' transaction is any transaction in which property is transferred to one person for a consideration paid by another person.


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Top Five Challenges of Indian Economy

Top Five Challenges of Indian Economy


Indian economy is the world's sixth largest economy in terms of nominal GDP and third largest in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP)


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Why Teesta Water Still Teases Indo-Bangla Relations ?

Why Teesta Water Still Teases Indo-Bangla Relations ?


Water is the most critical resource for sustaining the human life as well as the economy. Because of the increasing demand of water across the globe, number of inter-state water disputes are rising.


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Telecom Turmoil And Way Forward

Telecom Turmoil And Way Forward


The history of telecom sector in India can be traced back to the year 1851 when first telegraph line was made operational on experimental basis between Kolkata (then Calcutta) and Diamond Harbour.


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Farm Loan Waiver: A Political Gimmick or An Agenda Of Agriculture Reforms

Farm Loan Waiver: A Political Gimmick or An Agenda Of Agriculture Reforms


Before the assembly elections of Uttar Pradesh (UP), the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) had promised in its manifesto to wave off the farmers' loan in its very first cabinet meeting after winning the elections.


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Can India Replace China In Growth?

Can India Replace China In Growth?


During the second half of the 20th century, the growth rate of China was exemplary while its southern neighbour India was facing crippled economic growth sarcastically called as 'Hindu Rate of Growth'


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Prohibition of Benami Transaction And Its Socio Economic Benefits

Prohibition of Benami Transaction And Its Socio Economic Benefits


Benami' is a Persian word meaning 'without name' or 'no name'. According to the Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act 1988, 'benami' transaction is any transaction in which property is transferred to one person for a consideration paid by another person.


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Cashless Economy -Boon and Bane?

Cashless Economy -Boon and Bane?


Money is probably the most significant invention in the history of economics which has now by and large fully replaced the barter system of trade across the world. However, nowadays, many developed societies in the world have now moved a step further by moving on to the cashless economy.


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Current Budget and Its Impact on Education Sector

Current Budget and Its Impact on Education Sector


Education is one of the most important sectors in an economy which decides how the future generations will participate in the growth and development of a country.


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Funda of Fiscal Deficit

Funda of Fiscal Deficit


Fiscal deficit is the difference between the government's total expenditure and the non-debt creating receipts of the government. In the government budget account, all the receipts excluding the borrowings constitute non debt creating receipt. Thus in simplistic terms, if the government's total expenditure is equal to the total receipts in the revenue account, and then fiscal deficit will be equal to the fiscal deficit.


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Depreciation Phenomenon of Rupee vs. Dollar

Depreciation Phenomenon of Rupee vs. Dollar


When the value of Indian Rupee (INR) against another currency says US Dollar (USD) decreases in the foreign exchange (forex) market, it is called as depreciation of Rupee and on the contrary if the value of INR increases against USD, it is called as appreciation of Rupee.


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Complexities Of Demonetization

Complexities Of Demonetization


On November 8, 2016, India had another 'Tryst With Destiny' when Prime Minister of India announced the demonetization of the currency notes of INR500 and 1000 denominations.


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How US President Is Elected?

How US President Is Elected?


MBA aspirants must be updated with current affairs. Current Affairs topics with analytically drawn conclusions will benefit you in , XAT, MAT, CMAT, IIFT, NMAT, IBSAT,SNAP , CAT and later in Post exams screening Tests like WAT, GD & PI , Essay writing.


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India's Gains At ASEAN Summit

India's Gains At ASEAN Summit


India embarked upon the Look East Policy in 1991 in the backdrop of changing geopolitical scenarios arising from the breaking up of former Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR).


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G-20 Summit : Advantage India?

G-20 Summit : Advantage India?


G-20 is a group of world's largest economic powers which include 19 countries and the European Union (EU) and its most important objective is the strengthening of global economic and financial cooperation and decision making.


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NAM: India's Shift and It's Implications

NAM: India's Shift and It's Implications


The Non-Alignment Movement (NAM) was founded in 1961 and the first Indian Prime Minister (PM) Jawaharlal Nehru was one of its chief architects along with the Egyptian, Indonesian and Sri Lankan leaders


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South China Sea Verdict And Implications For India

South China Sea Verdict And Implications For India


In a landmark verdict recently, which is bound to produce strong geopolitical implications, The Hague's Permanent Court of Arbitration rejected China's claims to historical rights in the South China Sea.


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