After the election results, this was the most awaited event for the Modi government - what will be there in the Budget? Will the government take some bold steps? Will it do away with subsidies? Though Arun Jaitley, the Finance Minister, did not offer any big bang reform yet, the Budget laid down India's map for the future - infrastructure has to improve, prices of essential food items has to be controlled, tax officials hounding entrepreneurs needs to stop, that social sector lending and schemes will continue for the benefit of those who cannot help themselves; renewed fillip will be on Small & Medium Scale Enterprises, entrepreneurship is to be encouraged and last but not the least bureaucratic complexities have to be simplified. If this is what the Finance Minister has said then what is there to worry about? Apparently and in theory, nothing, except for the fact that without implementation none of these schemes or plans are going to bear any fruit. For 'acche din' implementing all these schemes and plans in letter and theory is going to be the real challenge. Join us for a special edition of The Big Fight.