- Tag results for Union budget 2018
All political parties take part in rallies across State, ministers lead protests in some places
TDP has decided to “fight internally” to ensure that Andhra Pradesh, which is desperately in need of Central assistance for construction of the capital city Amaravati.
Every year, the presentation of the Union Budget is nothing more than an unbearable cacophony of Band, Baja and Baraat.
The Farmers Association in Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore city on Saturday expressed disappointment over the Union budget as their demands were not met.
The Union Budget 2018-2019 has once again fallen short of the expectations of SC/ST communities, much like last year, said activists.
The capital expenditure as a percentage of state output has increased which will help in improving productivity and ensure sustainable growth of the state economy.
The National Health Protection Scheme, which the government dubs "Modicare", was announced in Thursday's budget for 2018/19 and would provide 100 million families.
This is its biggest single session fall since August 24, 2015, when it had lost 1,624.51 points.
Jaitley in his budget speech announced a National Health Protection Scheme providing health insurance worth Rs 5 lakh to 10 crore poor families.
Inconsistent usage of the terms by Jaitley has not gone unnoticed and the activists opine this only reflects the refusal to acknowledge the responsibilities the government.
Kochi, one of the cities selected by the Centre for the Smart City Mission project, will get its share from the funds.
Former chairman of the CII Kerala and managing director of Sterling Group Shivdas B Menon said certain proposals in the budget on agriculture could be advantageous for a state like Kerala.
It is not clear whether cash crops and other farm produce in Kerala will benefit from the MSP move. F
The government has put in unwavering efforts to reach out to the underserved and provide them with financial services.
We needed Rs 4,500 cr for Central institutions, got Rs 277 cr, Union govt forgot promises: Andhra Pradesh State EduMin
In the Union Budget 2018-19, which was announced on Thursday, the Centrally funded institutions in Andhra Pradesh, taken together, had been sanctioned Rs 277 crore, with Rs 54 crore going to NIT.