Category Archives: Economy

Soil Health Card : A Step Towards Better Agriculture

Soil Health Card : A Step Towards Better Agriculture
The card will help in identifying the type of fertilizer required for the soil and the crops and thus increase productivity of the land and individual farmer.

The Unfulfilled Oaths

In 65 years of Indian Constitution, which is a contract between government and citizens, the most important thing considered synonymous with it is fundamental rights. Fundamental rights are set of clauses which government pledged to fulfill with immediate effect on 26th Jan 1950. Along with these rights, government also pledged to fulfill some clauses but […]
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Overview:  Agriculture, with its allied sectors, is the largest livelihood provider in India. Most of the industries also depend upon the sector for their raw materials. Investments in technology development, irrigation infrastructure, modern agricultural practices and provision of agricultural credit are the major factors related to agriculture growth.

Primary Sector: Agriculture (1 of 2)

Few Facts: Today, India ranks second worldwide in farm output and ranked within the world’s five largest producers of over 80% of agricultural produce items, including many cash crops such as coffee and cotton, in 2010 Agriculture and allied sectors like forestry and fisheries accounted for 16.6% of the GDP in 2009 and accounted for […]
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GDP, National Income and Inflation

In our conversations we often use terms like GDP growth and inflation without knowing the exact definition of these terms. In this article, we try to provide a clearer picture of National Income and Inflation for our readers. Content has been kept simple and complex details have been neglected for the same reason.   Gross […]
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Manifesto Comparison, General Elections 2014 (2 of 9) : Economy

Current situation : The Current Economic situation of country can be summarised as follow : Economic growth is at 10 year low of 4.5% in 2012-13. Manufacturing sector is growing at less than 1%. Rupee and Current account deficit (CAD) is now stable After Subsidies and Interest payments, The next government is expected to get […]
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