Thursday Jul 17
The Indian Express
1960s thinking on poverty, only in India
There was a lot of expectation that specific reforms would be announced in Budget 2014-15 regarding the operation of subsidies in India.
Thursday Jul 17
India's Union Budget Builds Slowly Toward Reform
When Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party won a simple majority in the recent general elections, India's business community was sure that a new reform era was about to begin.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
P Chidambaram welcomes setting up of USD 100 billion BRICS Bank
New Delhi, Jul 16 : Welcoming setting up of the BRICS Bank, former Finance Minister P Chidambaram today said the work initiated by United Progressive Alliance government last year has led to its culmination in Brazil yesterday.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Teen prodigy to take to the stage
AFTER successful shows like Pattikada Pattanama: a tribute concert to Sivaji Ganesan; MG Ramachandran, Superstars Nite and AR Rahman Nite, Deepam Productions presents Vijay TV's Super Singers star, Pragathi Guruprasad, in Amuthum Thenum Nite.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
India's Modi goes slow on 'big bang'...
The maiden budget from India's new right-wing government has promised a return to high growth -- but disappointed some who hoped premier Narendra Modi might use his thumping mandate to unleash radical change.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
The Times of India
Govt targets middlemen in food chain as inflation bites
P Chidambaram said Jaitley has acknowledged the basic validity of the numbers presented by him in the Interim Budget for 2014-15 in February.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
How close was Jaitley's Budget to 'ache din'?
Though not a blockbuster budget it does not undermine the fact that key issues were addressed and the finance minister certainly did not under-deliver, says Vatsal Srivastava.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Vote for the Best Budget of this decade
Over the years, these Budgets have ushered in reforms, doled out sops for the industry, common man and charted the course of the economy.
Modi euphoria meets India reality as first budget looms
As Jagdish Thakur trudged from car to car checking tickets on an overnight train from Kolkata to Delhi last week, he had an unwelcome task: telling passengers who had already paid to hand over more cash.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Modi prevails over saffron traditionalists
The Hindutva fundamentalists may be slowly realising that the Bharatiya Janata Party's victory is unlikely to help their cause as much as they would have liked.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Modi Euphoria Meets India Reality as Budget Choices Loom
As Jagdish Thakur trudged from car to car checking tickets on an overnight train from Kolkata to Delhi last week, he had an unwelcome task: Telling passengers who already paid to hand over more cash.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Budget 2014 Sops to revive telecom electronics on the cards
The government plans to announce a number of incentives in the Union Budget on July 10 to boost domestic manufacturing of telecom equipment, including tax incentives to promote hardware consumption and a 200-crore fund will foster indigenous research & development , Intellectual Property Rights creation and entrepreneurship development.