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Run-up to the Budget: News

  •  Find out all about what makes up the Budget...
  •  Consensus mounts for small savings rate cuts
  •  'Budget to address privatisation, widen tax net'
  •  Sinha may have to do the tightrope walk on Budget
  •  Budget at 1100 IST on weekday for first time
  •  Cut in interest on savings will hit growth
  •  Electronics industry keeps its fingers crossed
  •  Real estate sector wants FDI into freehold land, but...
  •  Govt urged to present growth-oriented budget
    Budget dilemma: which way should duties head?
    Stock markets expect fresh inflows
   CMs demand sops, more share in taxes
   Government likely to hike duty on few farm items
   Budget seen adding pressure on tobacco firms
   FICCI urges investment-boosting budget
   Budget to dig deep in the common man's pocket
   'Abolish distribution tax on dividend''
   New taxes likely, 2% surcharge to continue
   Budget to be presented at 1100 hrs on Feb 28
   Government may hike rail fares by 2-10%
   Reform budget seen, but may not be enough
   Personal computer prices may go up
   Implementation of VAT absolutely essential: CII
   No new tax, housing to get major boost: Goa CM
   Telecommunications firms urge duty cuts in budget
   Auto firms want lower taxes to boost sales
   Indian metal trade seeks tax cuts to up consumption
   Tea traders seek tax cuts to build on gains
   India may raise tax on high-end appliances
   Govt may levy 5% service tax on ISPs
   What to expect in Budget
   PM hints at more taxes
   Sinha tightlipped on fresh taxes after quake
   Ficci moots reforms in personal taxation
   Power stocks rise on budget reform hopes
   'New licences to boost MTNL income'
   Chhattisgarh offers to buy into BALCO
   Hefty rise in imports of cotton from China
   Bank stocks up on rate cut, hope for more cuts
   Indian industry cheers RBI's rate cuts
   'Bank PLRs, deposit rates won't be impacted'
   SBI announces 50 basis point cut in PLR
   Jalan mum on rate cut chances
   Jalan foresees 6% GDP growth this fiscal
   Andhra Pradesh hints at tough economic measures
   'Quake surcharge likely in budget'
   Inflation seen rising in coming months
   Textile industry opposes CII on import duty
   Market bets on interest rate cut
   Govt initiates anti-dumping probe against China
   PM to address CMs on power reforms
   Govt aims to ban sale of tobacco to teenagers
   Copper product makers seek import duty cut
   IPCL Baroda plant sale to be delayed
   IJMA seeks levy of countervailing duty on Bangladesh
   HFCL Infotel hunts for strategic partner
   Economy bowed, not broken, by quake
   CII meet on VAT to discuss sales tax reforms
   India's economic growth to slow down to 6% this fiscal
   Pharma industry seeks R&D tax breaks
   'Centre will protect domestic industry, butů'
   Import tariffs to be further lowered: Sinha
   Lifting of ban on Net telephony being mulled
   CRR cut hinges on markets, says RBI
   Pre-budget rally will ride on divestment
   Reforms should be indigenous: Narasimha Rao
   Goa imposes luxury tax on tobacco products
   Telecom panel firm on limited mobility
   VSNL to get more for early monopoly-end
   VSNL reviewing cellular entry plans
   Budget on Feb 28; Parliament session on Feb 19

 

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