No new taxes, poster-free city in budget: NDMC panel

The Standing Committee of the NDMC today rejected all proposed new taxes and hike in old ones and sought to make the national capital "poster-free", in the civic body's budget tabled in its House today.

No demolition of unauthorised colonies till 2017: SDMC panel

No demolition of unauthorised colonies till 2017, a provision of Rs 15 crore under the 'Swachch Bharat Mission', and a unique ID for property tax are among the proposals made by the Standing Committee of the SDMC in its budget today.

Obama welcomes US House approval of spending bill

US President Barack Obama welcomed on Friday the approval of a compromise spending bill by the House of Representatives that helped avoid a government shutdown.

Tips to avoid blowing up wedding budget
Tips to avoid blowing up wedding budget

While people may know the basics to sticking within their budget like not overdoing it with over-the-top florals, there are some less obvious ways to keep the budget in check.

Telangana's maiden budget reflect aspirations of people: CM

 The maiden budget of Telangana presented in the Legislative Assembly today reflected people's aspirations and the spirit of separate statehood agitation, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said here.

Next budget should be full of new ideas: PM

Giving an idea of the nature of next year's Budget, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said it should be "full of new ideas" with transformational and measurable deliverables.

France feels EU pressure to fix budget

France faced increasing pressure to modify its deficit-hit budget for 2015 on Monday, but Paris remained steadfast that it deserved "respect" and refused calls by Brussels to further rein back spending.

Minister presents over Rs 1 lakh cr Budget for residuary Andhra Pradesh

The Andhra Pradesh government Wednesday proposed an expenditure of Rs 1,11,824 crore in its Budget estimates for 2014-15, without imposing any fresh taxes.

Opposition slams Delhi budget

Opposition today tore into the provisions in the budget for Delhi alleging that precious little has been done for the millions of people in the national capital in the exercise.

Bulgaria parliament passes last-minute budget revision

Bulgaria`s parliament adopted on Tuesday a last-minute budget revision, raising the country`s deficit target and debt ceiling in a bid to buttress it against fiscal troubles until snap elections on October 5.

Tell people about `bold steps` taken in first 50 days, Modi to his MPs

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had in his poll campaign promised a lot of bold steps that he will be taking if voted to power and made the PM of the country.

Manufactured goods’ exports expected to take off under Modi’s regime!

In value terms, exports came at 26.5 billion dollars in June as against 28 billion dollars in May.

Aam Aadmi Party slams Delhi budget

The Delhi budget on Friday evoked sharp criticism from the Aam Aadmi Party which termed it as a "complete betrayal" with the people of the national capital.

Budget for State Women`s Commission not slashed: UP govt

The Uttar Pradesh government Wednesday said the budget allocation for the State Women`s Commission has not been downsized.

Nothing specific for NE in budget, says Meghalaya CM

Meghalaya CM Mukul Sangma expressed disappointment with the general budget saying there was no investment strategy to promote trade and commerce with other countries in the North East region.

Budget 2014: A blend of Politics & Business

Arun Jaitley’s maiden budget aimed at overhauling the crumbling economy seems to have a strong political message too.

Record breaking debut by Jaitley, gives longest speech!

The 2 hours five minutes budget speech has broken many records in recent times by being the longest and having 44 pages.

Congress workers clash with police at Jantar Mantar

Amid protest against rising inflation, Congress Party workers clashed with the police in the Jantar Mantar area of New Delhi on Monday.

Odisha govt ask Collectors to take action against hoarders

Odisha government on Saturday asked district collectors to take actions against the traders found guilty in hoarding and selling potato and onions at high price under the Essential Commodities Act of 1955, official sources said.