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With Make in India, the country aims to super charge its manufacturing value chain. By 2025, India's manufacturing sector is expected to hit $1 trillion.


India has seized population demographic crown from China. Bulk of Indians are young — more workers than retirees — and this number is only growing.


It is the 5th largest economy after US, China, Japan, and Germany and will overtake both Japan, Germany to claim 3rd spot in 2027, says IMF.

New China

Centre's policies are positioning India as an attractive 2nd choice for firms trying to trim China exposure.


India is poised to outperform its peers in the long term as lofty valuations ease and investors look to bet on the economy's growth run.

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India Story, In Charts

National Infrastructure Pipeline

National Infrastructure Pipeline kitty further hiked to Rs 142 lakh cr.

Projected Infrastructure

Strong infra spends will continue to boost GDP

Income Distribution

Share of high, upper middle-income group to be 50% of total population by 2030


Manufacturing Share To See Uptick In 2025

India Merchandise Trade Exports

Merchandise Trade Nos Point To Resilience In Domestic Demand

India electricity

India aims to meet 50% of energy needs via green route by 2030

Renewable Energy Capacity

Growing Renewable Energy Capacity Underscores Green Commitment

Ethanol Blending

Thrust on ethanol blending affirms energy pivot

Why Bullish on India?

Despite disruption in supply chains, oil price volatility, and Ukraine war crisis, India ,fundamentally, is doing well. Can it step up?

Bullish on India


Index Price Change %Chg
NIFTY 50 19820.00 93.00 0.47
SENSEX 66598.91 333.35 0.50
NIFTY BANK 45156.40 278.10 0.62
NIFTY IT 32415.70 -32.60 -0.10
S&P BSE Smallcap 38266.53 165.32 0.43
Index Price Change %Chg
GIFT NIFTY (Sep 11) 19,919.50 -18.50 -0.09
Taiwan Weighted (Sep 11) 16,446.79 -129.23 -0.78
Shanghai Composite (Sep 11) 3,131.10 14.38 0.46
Straits Times (Sep 11) 3,207.42 -0.33 -0.01
Most Active Stocks
Company Price Change Val.(Cr.)
Mazagon Dock2,212.30124.403,991.43
HDFC Bank1,623.4012.552,794.11
Cochin Shipyard1,209.4563.302,241.43
Date Net FII Net DII
2023-09-08 -224.22 1150.15
2023-09-07 -758.55 28.11
Date Equity (Net) Debt (Net)
2023-09-07 -719.15 407.73
2023-09-06 -2832.84 174.67
2023-09-05 -1311.57 -798.73
2023-09-04 -2375.64 -26.64

India's moment in the sun

Amid heightened uncertainties and global headwinds, India stands out for its economic resilience. It is among the fastest growing large economies with a 7.2 percent GDP (gross domestic product) growth in FY23 and 6.5 percent estimated for FY24 (by the RBI). India's GDP growth eclipsed China's in 2021 and 2022 and is likely to do so again in 2023, 2024, and beyond. Beyond earnings growth, there are several structural changes, including reduced reliance on volatile foreign flows, the coming of age of Indian retail investors, and a rising share of stable domestic liquidity, which would keep flows to equities elevated for many more years.

In short, if Indian equities were a stock, it would be an enviable multi-bagger.