Union Budget 2015-16

Union Budget 2015-16

India Inc reacts to Union Budget 2015-16

Feb 28, 2015

Business Today speaks to Indian industry leaders on what they think about Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's Budget 2015.

4 things Economic Survey 2014-15 tells us

Feb 27, 2015

Business Today's research team shares how the economic survey in past five years have compared on four key parametres - growth, inflation, foodgrain output and subsidy.

11 areas Rail Budget 2015 laid emphasis on

Feb 26, 2015

Rail Minister announced a slew of reforms in his maiden Railway Budget speech on February 26, 2015, Check out the key areas he identified to work upon in his speech.

Rail Budget 2015: What you gain

Feb 26, 2015

Check out the key takeaways announced by Suresh Prabhu from Railway Budget 2015-16 for passengers

What CEOs expect from Budget 2015-16

Feb 20, 2015

With Budget 2015-16 round the corner, CEOs give their wishlist on the most anticipated financial event.

Who wants what from a Budget

Feb 13, 2015

Apart from the mind-boggling numbers, the Budget has a funny side to it, when it comes to expectations and consequences on the Indian economy, corporates and the common man

How the economy has changed between 2004-2014

Feb 12, 2015

A look at the changing contours of the economy over the past decade

8 reforms to make or break Budget FY16

Feb 07, 2015

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will present his first full-year budget on February 28, 2015. Let's have a look at the reforms that investors and economists are expecting from the upcoming budget.

Union Budget is a very transparent document: Indicus Analytics Director

Mar 12, 2015

Laveesh Bhandari, director and chief economist, Indicus Analytics shares his views on the Union budget 2015-16. He says, that he personally liked the Budget on growth projections, revenue projections and that the figures were based on reality. He also adds that the Budget was successful in creating balance.

There is no sign of recovery or support to demand: DK Srivastava

Mar 12, 2015

DK Srivastava, Chief Policy Advisor, EY India, has a mixed reaction to the Budget 2015-16. He says that the ambition of the government is laudable but the direct support that is coming from Central Budget is limited.