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Union Budget 2022-23: No change in Income Tax slab, govt focuses on ease of compliance under Direct Tax regime

Finance Minister Sitharaman announced that a new provision would be introduced to provide an opportunity to taxpayers to file the updated returns, on payment of additional tax, within two years of the end of the relevant assessment year.

Union Budget 2022-23: FM Nirmala Sitharaman announces India’s first digital currency – Digital Rupee

In her budget speech, Finance Minister Sitharaman announced that a digital rupee will be issued using blockchain and other technologies and will be issued by the Reserve Bank of India starting 2022-23.

Union Budget 2022-23: MSME sector gets a boost, more focus on skilling and entrepreneurship, credit line extended

In her speech, the Finance Minister said that the government has decided to roll out RAMP, an initiative to revitalise the MSME sector

Union Budget 1959: When PM Nehru reduced the defence expenditure by Rs 25 crores and China attacked India three years later

The significant reduction in the defence budget was the first in a series of disastrous steps taken by PM Jawaharlal Nehru leading to the embarrassing defeat in 1962 war

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

Railways and Urban Infrastructure gets a boost in the Union Budget -2021: Read details

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.

Coronavirus outbreak: Congress demands a fresh Union Budget, claims the pandemic demands increased spending by the centre

Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram in his column has argued that the present scenario has rendered the Union Budget declared in February irrelevant

Union Budget 2020: All you need to know about the customary ‘Halwa Ceremony’ preceding the budget

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is expected to present the Union Budget 2020 on February 1, 2020, in the parliament.

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