Build up to Budget 2014-15: Agenda for Narendra Modi's govt

Thu Jun 26 2014, 17:44 hrs
The decisive election mandate of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA),along with a new Prime Minister in teh form of Narendra Modi with a reputation for quick decision-making, has raised expectations that India will unlock its growth potential in the coming years. Check out top five points: 1. Measures to support infrastructure, urbanisation and manufacturing to help revive the investment cycle. AP Photo  Read here: Agenda for the new government
The decisive election mandate of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA),along with a new Prime Minister in teh form of Narendra Modi with a reputation for quick decision-making, has raised expectations that India will unlock its growth potential in the coming years. Check out top five points: 1. Measures to support infrastructure, urbanisation and manufacturing to help revive the investment cycle. AP Photo
Read here: Agenda for the new government
2.Controls on food hoarding, distribution reforms are expected to contain inflationary pressure. PTI Photo  Read here: Agenda for the new government
2.Controls on food hoarding, distribution reforms are expected to contain inflationary pressure. PTI Photo
Read here: Agenda for the new government
3. Narendra Modi Government to pursue fiscal consolidation; may announce GST implementation by FY16. PTI Photo  Read here: Agenda for the new government
3. Narendra Modi Government to pursue fiscal consolidation; may announce GST implementation by FY16. PTI Photo
Read here: Agenda for the new government

4. PM Narendra Modi and his office are likely to play a more active role in decision-making. PTI Photo.  Read here: Agenda for the new government
4. PM Narendra Modi and his office are likely to play a more active role in decision-making. PTI Photo. Read here: Agenda for the new government
5. State-driven national development model could redefine India’s federal structure. Express photo: Renuka Puri.  Read here: Agenda for the new government    
5. State-driven national development model could redefine India’s federal structure. Express photo: Renuka Puri. Read here: Agenda for the new government  
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