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Budget: Here's what the FM has proposed!

Last updated on: February 28, 2011 15:18 IST
Pranab Mukherjee.

Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee presented the Union Budget 2010-11 in parliament on Monday.

Has he lived up to the expectations of the taxpayers?

Is it a populist Budget? Will it also help India to grow? To find out read on..

Highlights. . .

Direct Taxes

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Here's what the FM has proposed!

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Agriculture and Related Sectors

Black Money

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Budget: Here's what the FM has proposed!

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Manufacturing Sector

Budget: Here's what the FM has proposed!

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Environment

Budget: Here's what the FM has proposed!

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Infrastructure

Other Proposals

Budget: Here's what the FM has proposed!

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Service Tax

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Budget: Here's what the FM has proposed!

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OPPORTUNITIES

CHALLENGES

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Budget: Here's what the FM has proposed!

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Pranab Mukherjee.

OVERVIEW OF THE ECONOMY

SUSTAINING GROWTH

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Budget: Here's what the FM has proposed!

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Tax Reforms

Expenditure Reforms

Subsidies

People's ownership of PSUs

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Budget: Here's what the FM has proposed!

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Investment Environment

Foreign Institutional Investors

Financial Sector Legislative Initiatives

Public Sector Bank Capitalisation

Recapitalisation of Regional Rural Banks

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