Economic Growth A Little Lower Qatar's Explanation | Oneindia Malayalam 1 month ago   05:23

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India's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) numbers for the quarter January-March 12017. It said that India's GDP for the fourth quarter stood at 6.1%, missing estimates. In the previous quarter, GDP was at 7%, in second quarter stood at 7.4%, 7.2% in the first quarter of last fiscal.


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nilay majumder
It is obvious that it will take some time , for the economy to grow at a pace of 8% .however the govt have done a fabulous job by breaking the backbone terrorist organisation, anti national group, corrupt leaders , govt officials etc, through demonitisation. Other wise the number of fake currency will increase in our economy which will increase the price of each and every thing present in market. Opposition will bark like dogs as they have lost their illegal money which they use to do vote bank politics.
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Qatar's Explanation | Oneindia Malayalam Economic Growth A Little Lower 1 month ago   02:00

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Four Arab nations cut diplomatic ties with Qatar early morning on Monday, further deepening a rift among Gulf Arab Nations over that country's support for Islamist groups and its relations with Iran. Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates all announced they would withdraw their diplomatic staff from Qatar.

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