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Economic Times Feb 1
Government has proposed a lower allocation of Rs 54,370.15 crore for PM-Kisan scheme this fiscal, as against the budget projection of Rs 75,000 crore because of implementation hurdles in some states
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Economic Times Feb 1
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday announced a Rs 5,029 crore outlay for the Minority Affairs Ministry in the 2020-2021 fiscal, an increase of Rs 329 crore from last year |
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Manu Pubby Jan 31
Breaking: Defence Ministry proposes a special cess to raise more funds. Recommends setting up of a non lapsable fund. Finance Commission to set up an expert group to examine proposals.
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ET Defence Feb 1
The disappointing bit is that there has been a very marginal increase in the capital outlay for defence for FY20-21 which will affect several big ticket projects that are being done for building capabilities against and .
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Economic Times Feb 1
terms a 'sit down India budget' but gives thumbs up to 'middle class tax cut' |
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Economic Times Feb 1
Govt does not believe in reforms. FM out-rightly rejected every idea given in the economic survey: P Chidambaram on |
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Economic Times Feb 1
Kudos to Budget 2020 for giving us hilarious memes
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Manu Pubby Feb 1
Defence budget: Levy special cess to meet capital expenditure, Defence Ministry recommends to Finance Commission. via
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Manu Pubby Jan 31
FM assures taxpayers that tax harassment will not be tolerated. Emphasizes on `Trust'. Says protection and criminal liabilities will be brought into law to ensure this.
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Economic Times Feb 1
The govt on Saturday proposed a combined upper limit on employers' contribution towards the NPS, superannuation fund and recognised provident fund at Rs 7.5 lakh annually for an employee |
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ET Defence Feb 1
The ministry has recommended levying of a special cess to meet requirements as current funds are not adequate for adequate preparedness of the .
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Arjun Seth Feb 1
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Economic Times Feb 2
Kerala suffered from Budget 2020 as our tax share reduced by Rs 2800 crore: FM Thomas Issac
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Economic Times Feb 1
: Post-Budget interview of FM Nirmala Sitharaman |
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Economic Times Feb 2
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Aman Sharma Jan 31
Lower Income Tax rates but without any exemptions
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Economic Times Feb 1
Ajit Pawar, deputy chief minister of Maharashtra has criticised the union budget claiming that despite Maharashtra generating highest tax revenue for the central government, it has not received its due share in the union budget |
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Economic Times Feb 1
It may have sought almost Rs 4 lakh crore from telecom and non-telecom companies in past dues but the government is not expecting any substantial windfall in the coming year |
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Economic Times Feb 2
Who gets what in FM Nirmala Sitharaman's Budget 2020-21 (Photo Courtesy: TOI)
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Economic Times Feb 1
Budget 2020: New reforms announced in budget will accelerate economy, says PM | |
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