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Fortis Healthcare Executive Chairman Malvinder Singh says health care spending by the government must be progressively scaled up to 2.5 per cent of GDP by 2017.

Harsh Pati Singhania, Director, JK Organisation, says his idea of a good budget is one that will be growth oriented and check the fiscal deficit.
There are many unanswered questions over the sudden fall in profit when a new chairman takes over a public sector bank, writes Senior Editor Anand Adhikari.
The key challenge before the minister in the budget is fiscal correction, says Edelweiss Group Chairman & CEO Rashesh Shah.
The Oberoi Group (India) President Kapil Chopra says if India's GDP has to grow, focus should be on the growth of the services sector, especially travel and tourism.
The latest annual data by Emerging Markets Private Equity Association indicates that India's fund raising was at its lowest since 2005, at $2.084 billion.
Pranab Mukherjee dwelt on prosaic things such as beeswax and probiotics in his budget speech last year. Let's hope P. Chidambaram does not do likewise.
The company recorded a good performance in the December quarter, but investors will have to wait for returns.
Tata Housing Development Company CEO Brotin Banerjee speaks to Suman Layak and gives an insight into Ratan Tata, the leader.