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In 2020, this is how Nirmala Sitharaman can spruce up the economy

The new year began on the right note when it came to the country's number one challenge — the economy. Finance Minister (FM) Nirmala Sitharaman announced a Rs 102 lakh crore infrastructure infusion that would kick in over the next five years.

FM's bonanza

After weeks of snowballing protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), not to speak of bad press in the India and abroad, this refocusing on the country's economy was timely and much-needed. The FM reminded us at the very start of

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