Violent protests, water cannons, tear gas - while the Houses debated the gains and losses of the Bill, people in Assam took to the streets to show their resentment. And the reason for this resentment? Its simple really, they don't want an influx of migrants in their state.
Script: Poorabi Gaekwad
Hosts: Sakshi Prashar, Poorabi Gaekwad
Producer: Sakshi Prashar
The Rajya Sabha passed the Citizenship Amendment Bill on Wednesday.
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With souring onion prices, economists and policymakers are losing sleep. The Social Security Bill has been introduced in the House, which could mean more money in your hands. This and more in today's podcast.
Following a heated debate in Lok Sabha on the passage of contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, today's special podcast tells you more about the Bill and what it does and does not do to the idea of India.
As the slowdown deepens further with GDP dipping to 4.5% in the second quarter, tune in to the expert reaction by Kaushik Das, Chief Economist at Deutsche Bank, inside the podcast! GDP figures stand at 4.5% in Q2 compared to 5% last quarter, while the Gross-Value Added stands at 4.3% ending Q2. Tune in to hear what our expert has got to say!
In anticipation of the GDP numbers on November 29, Economic Times talked to Chief Economist at CARE Ratings, Madan Sabnavis, about his predictions and expectations from the GDP figures and where the economy is headed.
Live updates at 1800 hours: After initial round of talks with Sena and NCP, Congress buys more time for further talks and meanwhile, Uber plans to feed you through its 'cloud kitchens'. Tune in to the podcast!
Ratings firm Moody's downgraded India's credit ranking outlook from stable to negative. But the Government believes otherwise. So where is India's economy really headed? What do the numbers mean? This and more in today's special podcast
The National Capital is facing a collective death sentence in the form of pollution. Is it stubble burning, is it your car, is it the crackers we burnt, is it our netas? Listen to the Special Podcast for more on the burning issue.
Market set a new record with Sensex crossing its all-time high during trade today. Yes Bank stocks shot up in the wake of their announcement of a binding investment. Meanwhile Cognizant is laying off some 7000 employees.
While Indian PM Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping meet at Panch Rathas complex in Mahabalipuram (probably to discuss trade wars), US embassy made an announcement on H1-B Visa. To find out more, tune in to the ET Daily Rundown!
With the IMF Chief announcing that the global economy is in a synchronised slowdown, it seems India isnt the only country struggling. Heatwaves are in the cards, and so is a "Great Green Wall". More on today's podcast
RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das spent the day announcing another cut in repo rate -bringing it down to 5.15%, reducing the GDP estimates, and assuring investor to not worry about their savings with regards to the PMC crisis. Tune in for more details.
Diwali came early for India Inc and the bourses after the Centre slashed effective corporate tax to 25.17 per cent, inclusive of all cess and surcharges, for domestic companies. For more, tune in to the special podcast.
Sensex tanked 470 points and Nifty slipped to 10,700. Transport associations in Delhi called for a strike as a protest against the steep hike in penalties for road traffic violations. ISRO is still trying to revive communication with the Vikram Lander. For more tune in to the Daily Rundown.
America is all set to say Howdy Modi this weekend. US Pres Donald Trump will join Modi on stage at the rally in Texas. The RBI’s mandate on loans goes into effect from the beginning of next month. This will see banks link their loans to an external benchmarks. For more updates, tune in to the Daily Rundown!
While Zomato puts an end to 'infinity dining' for Gold users, it plans to launch 18 original videos on its app. GST Council may lower levies on auto and FMCGs as demanded by the sectors. UP state treasury deems the chief minister and his council to be 'poor'. Find out more in this rundown.