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Budget 2021 Updates: Nirmala Sitharaman claims govt delivered on healthcare, infra; 'let down like never before,' says Chidambaram
Business

Budget 2021 Updates: Nirmala Sitharaman claims govt delivered on healthcare, infra; 'let down like never before,' says Chidambaram

Budget 2021: Taking a swipe at the BJP government for what he dubbed a deceptive budget, former finance minister and Congress leader P Chidambaram said that the government has failed on 9 out of 10 most important pointers on economy.

Union Budget 2021: Part one of Session to conclude two days early on 13 February
Business

Union Budget 2021: Part one of Session to conclude two days early on 13 February

The matter was discussed in the Business Advisory Committee of the Lok Sabha, in which leaders of various parties unanimously agreed to end part one of the session on 13 February

Union Budget 2021: Narendra Modi to announce govt's legislative agenda in all-party meet today
India

Union Budget 2021: Narendra Modi to announce govt's legislative agenda in all-party meet today

During the virtual meeting, Opposition parties are likely to demand a debate on the farmers' agitation underway at various border points of Delhi

Union Budget 2021 should focus on putting economy back on track, not on arresting fiscal deficit, says India Ratings
India

Union Budget 2021 should focus on putting economy back on track, not on arresting fiscal deficit, says India Ratings

The fiscal deficit falling to 6.2 percent will be achievable if nominal growth comes in around 14 percent and real growth at 9.5 to 10 percent, said India Ratings chief economist Devendra Pant

Centre will present 'dressed-up' revised estimates for 2020-21 in upcoming Union budget, claims Congress
Politics

Centre will present 'dressed-up' revised estimates for 2020-21 in upcoming Union budget, claims Congress

The Opposition party demanded a large fiscal stimulus to the economy, asserting that such a step alone will put money in the hands of people and stimulate demand