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BusinessToday.In
March 23, 2020
Coronavirus outbreak in India latest news: The two persons, from Pilibhit and Kanpur, who had travel history to the Middle East and the US have been tested positive for COVID-19


PTI
February 29, 2020
Punjab Budget 2020: Punjab Finance Minister, Manpreet Singh Badal announced payment of 6% Dearness Allowance arrears to employees next month which would involve financial outgo of Rs 1,000 crore. 


Team BT
New Delhi, February 4, 2020
A dozen experts interpret Budget 2020 and its impact


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, February 4, 2020
The Budget aims at boosting consumption and private investment to pull the economy forward


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 1, 2020
FM Nirmala Sitharaman in the budget today announced a fresh allocation of Rs 99,300 crore for the education sector and Rs 3,000 crore for skill development. India will become the largest working-age population by 2030, which is why it is important for youth to upskill themselves and know ways to maintain their jobs. Watch as Anindya Mallick, Partner, Deloitte India discusses the importance of skill development in light of the current budget announcements.Also read: Budget 2020: Rural per capita income may rise up to 5%, but FMCG CEOs scepticalAlso watch: Budget 2020: FM Sitharaman announces new income tax rates


PB Jayakumar
New Delhi, February 1, 2020
Budget 2020: Experts said despite the limitations, announcements like eradication of tuberculosis by 2025, Viability Fund Gap support for hospitals in Tier 2 and 3 cities will benefit the healthcare sector


PB Jayakumar
New Delhi, February 1, 2020
Budget 2020: The FM said about 150 higher educational institutions will start apprenticeship embedded degree/diploma courses by March 2021


BusinessToday.In
February 1, 2020
Budget 2020: In today's speech, the FM broke her own record and delivered the longest Union Budget speech, which was 159 minutes long


Goutam Das
February 1, 2020
The government proposed to provide about Rs 99,300 crore for the education sector in 2020-21 and about Rs 3,000 crore for skill development


Shubham Verma
New Delhi, February 1, 2020
Budget Speech 2020 delivered by FM Sitharaman outlined local manufacturing of cell phones is important and should be boosted.


BusinessToday.In
February 1, 2020
Announcing 16 action points plan for farmers, she said that these measures are underlined by the FM to boost agriculture sector


PTI
February 1, 2020
Union Budget 2020 latest news: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that Rs 99,300 crore has been allocated for educations sector and Rs 3,000 crore for skill development. Here's for more


BusinessToday.In
February 1, 2020
Budget 2020: Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman also stated that by 2030, India will have the largest working age population in the world


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 1, 2020
Budget 2020: The finance minister also stated that the Indian Railways will set up Kisan Rail through Public Private Partnership


Mitul Thapliyal
February 1, 2020
Union Budget: Any additional spending announcement in Budget 2020 is unlikely, re-appropriation of budget to announce a few small but new populist schemes is possible


Rupa Burman Roy
January 31, 2020
Capital expenditure on roads, railways, renewable energy and urban housing projects, is expected to be up from 3.38 lakh crore by 20 per cent in FY21 budget.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 31, 2020
Union Budget 2020 Live Updates: PM Modi says budget will increase income, investment, demand and consumption, and will bring new vigor in financial system and credit flow


BusinessToday.In
January 31, 2020
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is presenting her second consecutive Union Budget in Parliament today


PB Jayakumar
January 30, 2020
Budget 2020 expectations: The healthcare industry also wants the allocation for the sector to go up as the government had promised to earmark 2.5 per cent of the GDP in the National Health Policy


Prasanna Mohanty
January 16, 2020
Part II of this two-part article looks at some of the solutions that present themselves and address the pressing concerns of raising income and demand - that include raising minimum wages, expanding the job guarantee scheme, higher government investment in infrastructure etc. both as short-run and long-run measures


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