Government has adequate forex reserves: Montek Singh Ahluwalia

ST PETERSBURG: India today said it has “adequate” foreign exchange reserves — at present USD 280 billion– to defend its currency amid global volatility and ruled out taking any external assistance unless there is a “radical” change in the situation. Planning Commission Deputy Chairperson Montek Singh Ahluwalia also said the

Rupee fall has overshot limits: Montek at G20

The rupee’s fall this year has clearly overshot limits that can be justified by economic fundamentals, and India has adequate reserves to defend its currency amid global volatility with foreseeable need for any foreign aid whatsoever, deputy chairman of the Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia said on Friday. “With 280

Political Science Optional Comprehensive study plan and Book List

Foundation Books for Political Science & International Relations optional and for General Studies First, read NCERT books(Civics, World History, National Movement, Indian Economy, Indian Society). Next, once you complete with NCERT read the below: 1. Idea of India – By Sunil Khillani 2. Economic Development and Social Opportunity – By