To put India back on a recovery path following a deep recession induced by Covid-19 and the consequent lockdowns, the Budget this year had to be one "like never before", as was promised by the Finance Minister a few days back.?Here are a few hits and misses of the Union Budget 2021-22
CIC's Construction of Head Office Building and DOPTs Propagation of the RTI Act received Rs 9.89 crore.
FInance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman patiently answered multiple questions by several reporters at the post-Budget press conference on Monday. However, it was her defence of a woman reporter during the event that went viral.?
While the traders have welcome Budget 2021, concerns over Goods and Services Tax (GST) remain.
From no ITR filings for senior citizens to the abolishment of Income Tax settlement commission, here are five key tax proposals made in the Union Budget 2021.?
Bullion experts have welcomed the budget announcement of setting up a gold exchange in India.
Senior Congress leader and former Finance Minister P Chidambaram today slammed the Union Budget 2021 stating that there is nothing for the people who are at the bottom of the ladder.
The new defence budget only provides for 0.4% hike in capital expenditure in the defence budget as the Indian Armed forces had overshot their budget for capital expenditures by Rs 23,000 crore, last year.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday said the government has come out with open and transparent Budget and has not made any attempt to hide anything under the carpet.
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Pattnaik highlighted that the state would be hit by "drastic reduction of share in central taxes by about Rs 10,840 crore for the current year and as per the recommendations of the 15th Finance Commission the horizontal share will decrease from 4.629 perc ent to 4.528 per cent for coming 5 years."
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that free gas LPG cooking scheme, Ujjwala will be extended to one additional crore beneficiaries.
Watch as Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar shares his thoughts on how this Budget provides growth impetus to bring a Covid-ravaged economy back on track.