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Government to Rationalise Subsidies, says Jaitley
New Indian Express

Overhauling of regulatory structure real test for RBI and Modi...

If one digs deeper into the verbose 16,536-word speech of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on the Budget for the current fiscal year, there appears a pleasantly surprising message on the troubled relationship between the government and the Reserve Bank ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
Government to Rationalise Subsidies, says Jaitley New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago

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Has Chidambaram lent a helping hand to Jaitley?

, P Chidambaram was appointed Union finance minister. In Mr Chidambaram's third stint as finance minister, which lasted till his government was voted out in May this year, he had a fairly pressing crisis to deal with. There were many things that he ...
 Sify3 weeks ago The numbers add up  Smart Investor3 weeks ago A Book-keeper's Exercise  Mainstream1 month ago The feeding frenzy of kleptocracy  The Hindu1 month ago

Chidamabaram appreciates restrained language of Economic Survey

Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Wednesday appreciated the restrained language of the pre-Budget Economic Survey but expressed disappointment over it envisaging a five year period to put in place reforms. Reacting to the Survey tabled in Parliament on ...
 IBN Live1 month ago Budget a validation of UPA policies: Chidambaram  Indian Mirror1 month ago Whew!  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Takes forward UPA policies  The Hindu1 month ago
The Hindu

Goods and Services Tax proposed (2006-07)

In Budget 2006-07, P. Chidambaram, Minister of Finance of the UPA II proposed implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) by April 1, 2010. The tax is yet to be rolled out. A consumption based tax, the idea was to do away with the complications ...
 The Hindu1 month ago GST stuck, ministers' panel plans 7th study trip abroad  Financial Express1 month ago GST: FM offers to resolve CST compensation row  Business Standard India1 month ago

Chidambaram: Not possible to come up with 'Congress mukt Budget'

New Delhi, July 10: Former finance minister P. Chidambaram on Thursday said imprint of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government's policy can be seen in the Budget presented by Arun Jaitley, adding it is not possible to come out with a ...
 Oneindia1 month ago

Changing lanes: Jaitley heralds shift to low-tax economy

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is looking more and more like just the right man for the job. Despite presenting a budget that one critic labelled as essentially P Chidambaram's document but "with saffron lipstick", Jaitley has now begun ...
 Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago Government to infuse Rs.11,200 crore in banks  NewKerala.com2 weeks ago The politics and plumbing of reforms  Livemint.com3 weeks ago 'Start implementing budget plans by August 10'  Yahoo! Maktoob News3 weeks ago

Budget 2014: Arun Jaitley may peg FY15 fiscal deficit at 4.3%, says Goldman Sachs

MUMBAI: Foreign brokerage Goldman Sachs today said it expects new Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to peg the fiscal deficit target for FY15 at 4.3 per cent, up from the 4.1 per cent stated by his predecessor P Chidambaram. However, the Wall Street ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Fiscal prudence, difficult deficit target  Financial Chronicle1 month ago Budget 2014 | If this is a bitter pill, give us more  Livemint.com1 month ago FM may peg FY '15 fiscal deficit at 4.3%  Deccan Herald1 month ago

A Budget that was Bharat for first 93 paras and then India all the way

Mumbai: In keeping with his Prime Minister Narendra Modi's philosophy of less government, more governance, Finance Minister Arun Jaitely opened the gates for greater participation of the private sector and foreign investment in Budget 2014. To an ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Modi-nomics: Minimum action, maximum rhetoric  Livemint.com1 month ago Modi will get a chance to redeem himself on I-Day  Afternoon Despatch & Courier3 weeks ago A Budget that was ‘Bharat’ for first 93 paras and then ‘India’ all the way  Asian Age1 month ago
Times of India

How much do taxpayers stand to gain from the Union Budget?

NEW DELHI: Komal Agarwal hasn't stopped smiling since finance minister ArunJaitley tabled his maiden Budget in Parliament on 10 July. The Delhi-based finance professional will see her tax liability reduced by almost Rs 10,000 this year, thanks to a ...
 Times of India1 month ago Budget: How much do taxpayers stand to gain?  Economic Times1 month ago How taxpayers stand to gain from Budget 2014  Economic Times1 month ago
Down to Earth

Budget 2014: Modinomics Gives Big Boost to Defence Services

The outlay on defence spending for the coming fiscal has been hiked to Rs. 2, 29 lakh crore by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, to help finance the modernization initiative promised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This marks a hike of Rs. 26 ...
 NDTV Profit1 month ago No sops for rural Indian  Down to Earth1 month ago Budget 2014: Signals, roadmaps to be watched in Jaitley's maiden Budget  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago Top 10 budgets over the years and the finance ministers behind them  Hindustan Times1 month ago
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