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India will be the world's fastest growing major economy in the next 3 years.
GDP growth in India, Asia’s third-largest economy, is set to bounce back to rates exceeding 7% for the next three years, according to the World Bank.It will be a few notches better than China, and miles ahead of other major economies.
The World Bank has lauded India for controlling its fiscal deficit, which has been one of the successes of the Modi government so far. Meanwhile, foreign investors rewarded India with a 17% growth in direct investments in the first six months of the financial year 2018. The stock market is near record highs, reposing faith in the country’s economic prospects.
Everyone looks forward to weekends for the simple reason that they get to relax, unwind and recharge themselves for another hectic workweek. But not the Maharashtra Govt. Atleast not this weekend. In between Friday night and Saturday early morning, our State Govt proved to us that if they put their minds to getting something done, they will; even if it involves staying up post their working hours. Hail Politics and Self - Interest! I guess it's pretty apparent by now what this writeup is going to be about. But no. I won't bore you with that anymore. Instead, I'll include a few links to help you catch up:
Others would ask, “Goa
jaake peeya nhi toh kya kiya?”. I, on the other hand would ask, “Goa jaake ghuma nhi toh kya kiya?” Now one would tell you that churches, beaches, drinking and
clubbing are the only things to go for in Goa. But that isn’t the case at all. There
sure is a lot more to do than just sit in your room or laze around the beach.
Especially when you’ve driven 14 hours to reach your destination. Phew.
So what did I do? I took the car (and then scooty; with a GA
registration) and drove full North Goa to South Goa. Out of the 1314kms that we
drove, 100kms happened within the state in 3 days.
Day 1 we went to Baga beach in the morning but since neither
I nor my dad had any plans of getting wet that morning, we headed to Fort
Aguada, past Sinquerim beach for some sightseeing.
This place is around 10kms
(30mins) from Baga. It’s up on a mountain/hill and is a famous tourist spot.
How’d I know? The number of cars were a lot and it felt like half of the family
tourist crowd cam…