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  • Tuesday, April, 2024| Today's Market | Current Time: 05:17:44
  • Budget Quote from Dr Agarwal, CEO Sterlite Technologies

    “Overall, it’s a very positive and progressive budget. We welcome the Government’s move to initiate additional corpus and schemes to empower rural development, especially post demonetisation. The goal to create a smarter digital infrastructure pan India continues with the allocation of Rs 10,000 crore for BharatNet. This is a major step towards delivering high-speed, last-mile […]

    Budget Quote from Dr Agarwal, CEO Sterlite Technologies

    “Overall, it’s a very positive and progressive budget. We welcome the Government’s move to initiate additional corpus and schemes to empower rural development, especially post demonetisation. The goal to create a smarter digital infrastructure pan India continues with the allocation of Rs 10,000 crore for BharatNet. This is a major step towards delivering high-speed, last-mile […]

    Budget Reaction by Sharan Parikh, CEO, South United FC

    “While the increased allocation of budget for sports is heartening, it would’ve been great to see more budgets for identification and nurturing of new talent in the country. India needs a strong focus towards sports, especially at the grassroots level. This is important for a child’s overall development, and will result in producing great players […]

    Su-Kam Post Budget Reaction

    Honestly when our honourable finance minister Arun Jaitley announced the series of measures in Budget 2017-18 to promote clean energy, access to power and energy security, we as a company are looking forward about its future scope. This thought will result in 20 gigawatts (GW) of solar capacity addition to which it will add on […]

    Post budget quote for the IT sector from Dr. Rishi Bhatnagar, Chairman, IET-IoT India Panel and President, Aeris Communications, India

    “The year 2016 – 17 has seen India on a high economic growth trajectory. The multiple initiatives by the Government has seen ripples in all sectors. The demonetisation initiative put the nation’s massive shift to digitization on the fast track. The Union budget for the year 2017-18  presented by Mr. Jaitley is very progressive and […]

    Post Budget Quote Mr. Shekar Sanyal, Director and Country Head, the IET

    “The Union budget 2017-18 with its very specific focus on Higher Education is a welcome relief to this sector. The enhanced focus on skill development, with over 100 India International Skills Centres established across the nation and the INR 2,200 Crore allocated for vocational training will  help bridge the skill gap among the youth. The […]

    Budget reaction form Mr. Neeraj Gulati, MD, Assotech Realty Pvt Ltd.

    “The budget has provided the much awaited relief to the real estate sector.  The sector has been looking at the Union budget as the game changer and it has introduced recommendations in the right direction. Policy changes throughout 2016 have been helpful in making real estate a more transparent as well as a stronger sector. […]

    Deloitte | Union Budget | Aviation Sector

    Peeyush Naidu, Partner, Deloitte India “Awarding of operations and management of airports in tier II cities on PPP mode is a welcome move as it will help create a roadmap for private sector participation in airports in the country and help in improving the operations at these airports.” “Amending the Airport Authority Act to allow […]

    Budget reactions from the experts at Khaitan & Co. on the Pharma sector.

    “The Medical Council had recently amended its guidelines to encourage doctors to prescribe generic names of medicines. In the budget speech, it has been indicated that changes may also be introduced to the Drugs and Cosmetics Rules along similar lines. This will be a significant change if introduced and pharma companies will have to alter […]

    Pre-Budget quote from Mr. Harkirat Singh, MD, Woodland Worldwide

    “We are quite optimistic and have high expectations from the upcoming union budget. All eyes are now on the FM for clarity on the rolling out of GST and fixing indirect tax inefficiencies. We feel that textile items should be kept under GST with the minimum possible tax slab of 4-5% as it is a […]