Finance Minister announces relief packages for Covid-affected sectors, chalks out plan to revive tourism sector
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has announced a slew of measures to help sectors struggling due to Chinese coronavirus pandemic
With rumours gaining ground that there might be a cabinet shuffle on the cards, Subramanian Swamy has now started hankering
Claims of TN Finance Minister Palanivel Thiagarajan being a US citizen go viral, here is what we know
Saravanaprasad Balasubramanian, Editorial Member of News Portal Mediyaan, alleged in a Twitter post that on scanning American Citizenship Records, it was found Thiagarajan is a US citizen.
Adar Poonawalla of Serum Institute thanks PM Modi, FM Sitharaman for financial package, vaccination policy
Yesterday, the government had approved advance payments to SII and Bharat Biotech worth Rs 3000 crores and 1567.50 crores respectively.
Earlier on Wednesday, the ministry had issued orders reducing interest rates for first quarter of the new financial year starting 1st April 2021.
Central university in Leh, more tribal schools: Here’s what FM Nirmala Sitharaman announced in Budget 2021 for education sector
Nirmala Sitharaman announces initiatives which will are expected to provide a big thrust to the education sector
Massive boost to agriculture: FM Sitharaman announces outlay of Rs 16.5 lakh crore, Rs 75,000 crore allocated for farmers
FM Nirmala Sitharaman announced in her Union Budget for 2021-22 said that agriculture credit has been enhanced to Rs 16.5 lakh crores.
The Finance Minister added that Indian Railways will monetize dedicated freight corridor assets after commissioning. Indian railways have prepared National Rail Plan for India 2030.
In first budget during Coronavirus pandemic, Sitharaman announces massive outlay for health and well-being with an increase of 137%
FM Sitharaman announced that Rs 35,000 crore were allocated for the COVID vaccines which were rolled out earlier this year. She said that more funds will be provided if needed.
Manmohan Singh tried to allocate Rs 100 crores to Rajiv Gandhi Foundation in the Union Budget when he was Finance Minister
The archived records of the Indian parliament's discussion of the Union Budget in 1991-92 shows a section when, after the then Finance Minister Manmohan Singh allocated a sum of Rs 100 crores to the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, there was a huge uproar from the opposition leaders.