Budget 2014

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Budget session 2014: Few disruptions, more debate

Budget session 2014: Lok Sabha ran for 167 hours, the Rajya worked for 142 hours spread over 27 days.

FSDC takes stock of progress on unified KYC, demat account

The proposals were announced in Budget 2014-15 and are expected to be implemented later this year.

Unmusical chairs

On insurance bill, opposition doesn’t have a case, only obstructionist politics.

Standing scrutiny

This budget won’t have adequate parliamentary oversight, because of a structural anomaly.


20 more schools planned

A sum of Rs 350 crore was earmarked for the construction of 20 new schools.


Budget proposals: Leg up for affordable housing

The government and RBI have liberalised financing for sector, but hurdles remain on path from banks to buyer.


Climbing the beanstalk

Budget 2014 talked of developing career centres. We need to make them work


Not budgeting for GST

The finance minister missed an opportunity to spell out the government’s views on its design.


Budget 2014: Individuals not really bothered by tax proposals, says CRISIL study

The most positive sentiments related to “#Hike in tax exemption” and “#FDI in defence and insurance.


Budget gives service tax evaders provision to clear dues

Prior to the amendment, an interest rate of 13 per cent was charged for the delay in depositing the service tax.

Longer holding, higher tax takes sheen off debt funds

Investments made for under 36 months termed short-term.


Budget only beginning, I did whatever I could do: Arun Jaitley

FM is being criticised, especially by rating agencies, for not repealing the retrospective tax amendment.


Shanu SP Hinduja expresses optimism over Indian budget

Hinduja feels hopeful that to see that steps in the area of youth empowerment and reduction of poverty.


‘Budget, a tale of missed opportunities’

Experts gathered at the event felt that Union Budget was completely silent on issue of “black money”.


Just a Union budget

It carries little that is surprising. State budgets matter much more.