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  • Honda, Hero MotoCorp slash product prices

    Honda, Hero MotoCorp slash product prices

    Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) on Tuesday cut prices of its products by up to Rs 7,600 after the excise duty reduction announced by Finance Minister P Chidambaram in the interim budget 2014-15.

  • Android smartphones under Rs. 20,000 with HD display

    Android smartphones under Rs. 20,000 with HD display

    Looking for HD goodness on a budget? Here are some Android smartphones to choose from.

  • Budget 2013: 10 reasons why this could be a dream budget

    Budget 2013: 10 reasons why this could be a dream budget

    Finance Minister P Chidambaram's seventh Budget comes amid tough challenges - slowing growth, wary markets, fiscal challenges, threats of a ratings downgrade, and a general election in 2014. Despite the hurdles, the finance minister may deliver anoth...

  • India Inc's Dream Budget: What the infrastructure sector expects

    India Inc's Dream Budget: What the infrastructure sector expects

    Indias beleaguered infrastructure sector has been battling with the triple whammy of depleting order book positions, broken cash cycles as well as high debt leveraging over the past one and half years, with many companies going in for corporate debt ...

  • India Inc's Dream Budget: What the realty sector wants

    India Inc's Dream Budget: What the realty sector wants

    Bogged down by sluggish demand for the past two years, the realty sector has been clamouring for incentives, such as the introduction of slab-wise taxation, for home buyers in this year's Union Budget.

  • Maldives' big Indian dream

    Maldives' big Indian dream

    Ajay Singh, director of SpiceJet, says a 10 per cent service tax imposed on domestic air travel in the Budget would mean an increase in air ticket prices by about Rs 350-400 given that the average economy fair is between Rs 3500-4000.

  • Higher education gets boost, IITs, NITs bag Rs.21 billion

    Higher education gets boost, IITs, NITs bag Rs.21 billion

    Continuing its thrust on higher education, the Union Budget 2009-10 has proposed to allocate over Rs.21 billion for the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the National Institutes of Technology (NITs).

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