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IndianEconomicSurvey-022715.jpg India's government sees room for big bang reforms and robust economic growth in the fiscal year ending March 2016, the Economic Survey 2014-15, released the Finance Ministry, said on Friday. Economic growth is expected to exceed 8 percent in fiscal 2015-16 and, at market prices, the new estimate implies growth of 8.1-8.5 percent in 2015-16, the survey said.

Asian stocks ended a lackluster session mixed on Friday as falling oil prices and mixed U.S. and Japanese economic data kept investors on tenterhooks. Higher-than-expected U.S. inflation numbers, excluding food and energy, and business orders data revived confidence in the world's biggest economy, but...

IndianRailway-022615.jpg Aiming to transform the Indian railway in the next four years, India's railway budget 2015 envisages greater facilities for the passengers. While the passenger fares were kept intact, freight rates for several commodities, including cement, petroleum products and iron and steel, have been raised. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, who presented Thursday the first railway budget of the Narendra Modi g

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