Megamind


  • Mar
    01
    By Brotin Banerjee, MD & CEO Tata Housing Development

    The Union budget 2015-16 has strongly indicated the Narendra Modi-led NDA government’s desire to move towards an annual growth of 8 per cent to 8.5 per cent per annum

  • By Tulsi Tanti, chairman, Suzlon

    The Union budget is positive growth oriented and puts forth realistic roadmap to attain sustainable economic growth. The government’s thrust on renewable energy is clearly visible in the

  • By Anuj Puri, chairman, JLL India

    In this year's budget the Finance Minister has conveyed a message wherein the benefits lie only in the fine print. For the common man though the cumulative

  • By Sunil Rohokale, MD & CEO, ASK Group

    In my opinion, the government clearly missed an opportunity to send out a strong message of its intent and focus on economic reforms. The whole exercise has turned out

  • By Sanjiv Goenka, chairman, RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group

    The budget carries forward the ‘Make in India’ mission which currently is more effectively aimed at defence production. There were therefore expectations that the finance minister would announce major

  • By R C Bhargava, Chairman, Maruti Suzuki India

    The union Budget this year was one of the most anticipated events, as everyone wanted to know how the Government was going to translate its electoral promises into reality.

  • By Suneeta Reddy, managing director, Apollo Hospitals

    Overall this has been a forward-looking and stable budget. By linking financial inclusion (Jan Dhan Yojna) social security and health insurance agendas the Finance Minister has provided

  • By Sanjay Kapoor, chairman, Micromax Informatics

    The Union budget 2015-16 was very critical as it outlines new government’s commitment to reinvigorate the economy, kick-start investment cycle and also maintain fiscal prudence. They have the advantage