Share |

10 key measures that affect you!

The budget has once again come and gone. While it may have beaten expectations of some, it may also have depressed some. We highlight 10 key things that affect you directly and bring out their impact. [Read More]

  • Budget 2005-06: Our view
  • Read the complete Budget speech
  • Railway Budget: You guessed it right!
  • Over the years: Budget 05, Budget 04, Budget 03, Budget 02

  • Budget 2005 - A fine balancing act - Download this special issue of Money Simplified NOW!

    Post-Budget analysis

  • Full Marks to FM

  • Life insurance: The smiles are back!
  • Million dollar gift for fund investors

  • Corporate Tax: What’s the impact?
  • Thumbs up for financial planning!

  • The taxation scenario post Budget 2005-06
  • Budget highlights for NRIs


    The Experts - Views on the Budget

  • Ajit Dayal on the budget and markets

  • Mr. Adi Godrej's view on the budget
  • Ms. Shikha Sharma,CEO, ICICI Pru Life

  • Mr. Sukumar, CIO- Equity, Templeton
  • Mr. Deosthalee - CFO, L&T

  • Mr. Rajiv Anand, CIO, Standard Chartered
  • Mr. Bharuka - MD, Goodlass Nerolac

  • Mr. Kanu Doshi, leading tax expert

    India Inc: Sectoral impact

    Aluminium Auto Ancillaries Automobiles Banking
    Cement Consumer Durables Energy Sources Engineering
    Fertilizers FMCG Hotels Investment & Finance
    Media Paints Petrochemicals Pharmaceuticals
    Power Shipping Software Steel
    Telecom Textile Tobacco Financial Glossary

    Pre-Budget analysis

  • Bluechips: Then and now…

  • Mutual Funds: What can go wrong?
  • Life Insurance: Great Expectations?

  • Small savings: Time to shape up!

    Economic Survey 2004-05: What's the message?

  • Economic Survey: Action speaks louder!

  • External account: It could get rough in 2005
  • Public Finances: Where is the money?

  • Agriculture: On the right track. But...
  • Infrastructure: The onus lies on...

  • Banking: Reeling moolah

  •  Research ReportsTop 100 Indian companies with Buy/Sell price limits
     StockSelectBuy/Sell recommendation every week in your mailbox
     FundSelectMutual Fund Advisory with downloadable database

    The Economy in pictures

  • Your feedback is important to us. Please Write to us.

    The Markets
    Budget Voices
    "R&D should be encouraged by not only continuing fiscal incentives but by enhancing such incentives in order to make India competitive in the global market place. This will help the country leverage its scientific skills."
    Dr. Brian Tempest, Ranbaxy
    Your Voice
    In your view, Budget 2005-06 is:

    © Quantum Information Services Limited |
    Why Personalfn? | Why Equitymaster? | Terms of Use | Contact Us | About Us