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Ranking Of Powerful Passport Issued, PAK Down From Fourth To China At 70th Position, Know What is India’s Ranking

India ranks 85th in the ranking of the world’s most powerful passport. In this way, Indian citizens get visa on arrival in 58 countries. Tajikistan occupies this place along with India.

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The ranking of the world’s most powerful passport for the year 2021 has been released. Powerful passport holders get the convenience of traveling without visas in many countries. According to Henley & Partners Passport Index Global Ranking, the most powerful passport in the world is from Japan.

At the same time, Superpower America is in seventh place. On the other hand, India ranks 85th on this list. Apart from this, the decaying Pakistan is at the bottom of the list in the fourth position and China is in the 70th position.

The ranking of passports of any country is decided on the basis of which their holders are allowed to enter without any visa. This means how many countries provide the facility of Visa on Arrival to the citizen of the country concerned. The ranking is based on data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), which maintains the world’s largest and most accurate travel information database. This is assessed by research released by the Henley & Partners Research Department.

Japan occupies 1st place

This time Asian countries are occupied in powerful passport ranking. Japan’s passport is the most powerful with the Visa on Arrival facility in 191 countries worldwide. Japan has got the first place in this ranking. In second place is Singapore, whose citizens are in 190 countries and in the third place are South Korea and Germany, whose citizens get visa on arrival in 189 countries. At the same time, Italy, Finland, Spain and Luxembourg are fourth and Denmark and Austria are in fifth place.

India occupies 85th place

India ranks 85th in the ranking of the world’s most powerful passport. In this way, Indian citizens get visa on arrival in 58 countries. Tajikistan occupies this place along with India.

How are China and Pakistan?

China is ranked 70th in passport ranking, in this way Chinese citizens can avail Visa on Arrival facility in 75 countries. At the same time, Pakistan is ranked 107 in this list, which is fourth from the bottom. In this way, Pakistani citizens only get Visa on Arrival facility in 32 countries.

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Moody’s Projects 13.7% Growth in FY’22, Expects 7% Contraction This Fiscal

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Moody’s on Thursday upped India’s growth projection for the next financial year beginning April 1, to 13.7 per cent, from 10.8 per cent estimated earlier, on the back of normalisation of activity and growing confidence in the market with the rollout of COVID-19 vaccine. For current fiscal, the US-based rating agency expects the economy to contract 7 per cent, lower than its previous estimate of 10.6 per cent contraction.

Moody’s Investors Service Associate Managing Director (Sovereign Risk) Gene Fang said “our current expectation is that in the current fiscal ending March 2021, the economy would contract 7 per cent… We expect a rebound of 13.7 per cent growth in the next fiscal on normalisation of activity and base effects.”

The very large rebound incorporates the view that recovery in activity will continue, with the rollout of vaccines and growing confidence in the market that activities are coming back to normal, Fang said in an online conference on India Credit Outlook 2021 organised by Moody’s and its India affiliate ICRA. ICRA Principal Economist Aditi Nayar said it expects 0.3 per cent growth in the third quarter (October-December) of current fiscal.

ICRA expects Indian economy to contract 7 per cent in current fiscal and growth to rebound to 10.5 per cent in the next fiscal beginning April 1. “Recession in India has ended,” she said, adding there could be upside to growth in FY’22 if government’s capital expenditure increases, budget announcements are implemented and vaccination drives are carried out.



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