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Arun Jaitleys Budget 2015 disappoints Bollywood
Hindustan Times

Hansal Mehta, Twinkle Khanna, Divya Dutt upset with Arun Jaitl...

Hansal Mehta, Twinkle Khanna, Divya Dutt upset with Arun Jaitley's Union Budget 2015! Bollywood is not all that happy with the recently-announced budget for the Indian economy‚Ķ Unlike INooz, 1 day ago
Arun Jaitleys Budget 2015 disappoints Bollywood Hindustan Times, 1 day ago
Firstpost.com

Budget 2015: No steps to tackle black money via gold, imports seen surging

Finance minister Arun Jaitley's proposals on gold in his first full-year budget are likely to to become counter-productive because of his reluctance to remove the higher import duty imposed on the yellow metal, experts have said. In his bid to ...
 Firstpost.com8 hours ago
Livemint.com

What Budget 2015 means for doing business in India

In a bid to improve ease of doing business in India, finance minister Arun Jaitley announced several measures on Saturday, including setting up of a expert committee to prepare a draft legislation for obtaining regulatory clearances expeditiously. ...
 Livemint.com23 hours ago What the budget means for business  MSN Canada1 day ago
Livemint.com

Im on the side of both the poor and industry: Arun Jaitley

After finance minister Arun Jaitley presented his first full budget in Parliament on Saturday, he spoke in an interview to Lok Sabha TV. Edited excerpts: There are many positives in this budget, but then there are voices in the Twitter world with ...
 Livemint.com23 hours ago The Men Who Owe the Banks the Big Bucks  New Indian Express1 month ago For NDA, now comes the hard part  Livemint.com1 month ago Arun Jaitley Denies Pressuring Rajan to Cut Rates  NDTV Profit2 months ago
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Gold Imports by India Seen Surging as Jaitley Retains Record Tax

(Bloomberg) -- Gold imports by India, the world's biggest consumer, are poised to surge after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley belied industry expectations for a reduction in tax. Overseas purchases may jump to 100 metric tons in March from about 25 ...
 La Repubblica17 hours ago Lifting of 80:20 rule floods mkt with gold, prices down  Economic Times2 months ago

Budget 2015: Startups hail budget announcements, want Government to walk the talk

To make life easier for startups and address several issues of the investing community, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley made wide ranging changes and showed positive intent. While startups welcomed several initiatives like creating of an incubation ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Bulls bounce back to life on Budget hopes  Economic Times2 days ago Social sector seeks higher budget allocation for education  Business Standard India1 month ago Budget 2015: Social sector seeks higher budget allocation for education  Economic Times1 month ago
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Vodafone-like deals to be taxed in India in future

In a significant move, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley clarified in his Budget speech that capital gains tax will be applied to all transactions involving indirect transfer of a foreign company's assets, if 50 per cent or more of the company's assets ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago
Financial Express

BUD-BOLLYWOOD - Budget 2015 disappoints filmmakers

Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Mumbai, Feb 28 (PTI) Directors like Hansal Mehta and Sudhir Mishra voiced their disappointment over this year's budget which was presented today by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. 'Shahid' helmer Mehta criticised ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 day ago Budget 2015 Disappoints Filmmakers  NDTV1 day ago Union Budget 2015 disappoints filmmakers, taunt achche din aa gaye  Financial Express1 day ago
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Bulls super charged for Budget: Banks lift Sensex 473 pts

3:30 pm Market closing: It was a super run up to the Budget as bulls seem excited ahead of FM arun Jaitley's speech tomorrow. The Sensex was up 473.47 points or 1.6 percent at 29220.12,and the Nifty ended 160.75 points or 1.8 percent at 8844.60.
 Moneycontrol.com2 days ago Sensex Posts Best Day in 6 Weeks Ahead of Budget  Indian Mirror2 days ago Sensex Confident Ahead of Budget, Soars 473 Points  NDTV Profit3 days ago What mkt wants: Top fund managers' expectations from Budget  Moneycontrol.com5 days ago
India Infoline

The Budget will focus on boosting domestic growth, exports: K Subramanyam

As finance minister, Arun Jaitley prepares himself to present the Union Budget 2015-16, K Subramanyam, assistant vice-president (institutional research), Asit C. Mehta Securities, hopes the government would bring bolder reforms to kickstart the ...
 Smart Investor5 days ago The Union Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley's opening remarks during the Pre Budget Consultative Meeting with the representatives of Social Infrastructure, Human Capital and Development Groups(122 KB)  Noodls1 month ago FM: Benefits of Demographic Dividend will flow only if our Population is Healthy, Educated and Properly Skilled; Meets Representatives of Social Infrastructure, Human Capital and Development Groups as Part of his Pre Budget Consultative Meeting  Web Newswire1 month ago MINISTRY OF FINANCE OF REPUBLIC OF INDIA : The Union Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley's opening remarks during the Pre Budget Consultative Meeting with the representatives of Social Infrastructure, Human Capital and Development Groups(122 KB)  4 Traders1 month ago
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