Business Today speaks to Indian industry leaders on what they think about Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's Budget 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.
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.
Check out the key takeaways announced by Suresh Prabhu from Railway Budget 2015-16 for passengers
With Budget 2015-16 round the corner, CEOs give their wishlist on the most anticipated financial event.
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
A look at the changing contours of the economy over the past decade
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.
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.
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.
Sumant Sinha, founder-chairman & CEO, RenewPower Ventures says that the Budget should be seen in the long term perspective. He feels the Budget is growth-oriented.
Surjit Bhalla, MD, Oxus Research shares his opinion on Union Budget 2015-16. He says that Budget should be seen in the context of both the economy and other set of policy instruments.
Former Finance Minister and Congress party member P Chidambaram gives his views on FM Arun Jaitley's maiden full-year Budget in an exclusive interview with Rajdeep Sardesai.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday presented his maiden full-year Budget for the 2015-16 financial year in the Lok Sabha, announcing a slew of reforms to boost investment and revive the economy. Watch the full speech here -
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is set to present the Union Budget on February 28.
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu presented his maiden Railway Budget for the 2015-16 financial year in the Lok Sabha on Thursday, outlining a roadmap spanning 5 years to transform the transport service, infuse investments and much more.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is focused on innovation. For the success of PM Modi's Make in India campaign, the country requires venture capital funding, which is almost absent. The Business Today Pre-Budget Roundtable discusses what the government can do in Budget 2015-16 to address the issue.
With a strong emphasis on disinvestment, the new Modi-led government is focusing on private-sector driven growth. The Business Today Pre-Budget Roundtable discusses what steps the government could take to get the private sector more involved and participate in the growth story of India.
While acknowledging that the onus lies on both, the government and the opposition, to ensure that reforms are passed, Congress Spokesperson Rajeev Gowda says that the government needs to take "responsibility to prevent devisive issues overtaking development" on its part.
Panelists of the Business Today Pre-Budget Roundtable discuss their expectations from the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government's maiden full-year Budget. Morgan Stanley MD and Head of India Research Risham Desai says pro-growth is the need of the hour and that is what the Budget will look. Find out what other panelists expect from the Budget.
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