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Mar 11, 2014 at 16:21 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Sanjay Lalbhai, chairman and managing director of Arvind does not see foreign exchange volatility impacting the companys earnings. He is certain that the company will be able to maintain FY14 revenue growth guidance of 27 percent.
Mar 02, 2014 at 11:50 | Source: PTI
"Revenue inflows coming from the spectrum auctions, divestment, dividends and advance tax payment will help in meeting the 4.6-percent deficit target," said Axis Bank chief economist Saugata Bhattacharya.
Feb 26, 2014 at 08:39 | Source: PTI
The interim budget envisages revenue receipts of Rs 1,69,907.55 crore and expenditure of Rs 1,75,324.83 crore for the next financial year.
Feb 19, 2014 at 13:30 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Due to dwindling GDP growth, stretched revenue receipt targets, and rising food/fuel subsidies attaining fiscal deficit target for FY14 appeared unachievable as the year progressed, says India Ratings.
Feb 17, 2014 at 20:51 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Looking ahead, optimistic projections on revenue are the key to continued consolidation in FY15. The question is whether the 4.1% fiscal deficit number is credible.
Feb 17, 2014 at 19:56 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Also, the market is not very convinced about the estimates for the coming fiscal, especially on tax revenue assumptions. Fiscal deficit target for FY15 is pegged at 4.1 percent. Much of that will depend on the pace of the economic recovery and how the next government manages its subsidy bill.
Feb 17, 2014 at 19:08 | Source: CNBC-TV18
In an exclusive panel discussion with CNBC-TV18's Shereen Bhan, Finance and Revenue Secretary Sumit Bose and Expenditure Secretary Ratan Watal discuss why the target should be achievable and why the government's fiscal consolidation plan is "credible".
Feb 17, 2014 at 18:25 | Source: Firstpost.com
Here's how he did it, and this list is by no means an exhaustive one.
Feb 17, 2014 at 18:06 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Overall, curtailing the fiscal deficit to 4.1% of GDP for 2014-15 seems challenging, given the optimistic assumptions for nominal GDP growth (13.4%), tax revenue growth (19%) and disinvestment receipts (Rs 370 billion), while simultaneously allowing for fiscal space to fund the new governments expenditure priorities.
Feb 17, 2014 at 18:01 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
P Chidambaram made all the right noises in the Vote on Account held today, but many say the finance minister's projections for revenue and expenditure next year are unattainable.
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R Jagannathan

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attention from the real problem he leaves behind. The fiscal deficit is a number. It represents the gap between expenditures and revenues that have to be bridged by borrowings. But borrowings are not bad if used for investment. The real issue is the revenue deficit – the gap between the government

11.00 AM Apr 2nd

R Jagannathan

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or revenue deficit, he referred to more fundamental deficits: the governance deficit, the democratic deficit, the trust deficit, the moral deficit, the ease-of-doing-business deficit, and the safety and security deficit – among other deficits. He made his usual political point when he called the last 10

1.31 PM Feb 28th

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expenditures. The difference between revenue receipts and revenue expenditure is usually negative. This means that the government spends more than it earns. This difference is called the revenue deficit.

6.27 PM Feb 18th

jakharmata

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Being an Interim Budget , new Govt will have to formulate afresh. However present FM has always proved himself by achieving both fiscal and revenue deficits .

4.29 PM Feb 18th

R Jagannathan

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the fiscal deficit, the real worrisome deficit – the revenue deficit – is unchanged in 2013-14 at 3.3 percent of GDP, and comes down only to 3 percent in 2014-15. So while Chidambaram expects the fiscal deficit to fall 0.5 percent from 4.6 percent to 4.1 percent, revenue deficit falls only 0.3 percent

2.58 PM Feb 17th

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, but it is unreal, since it involves rolling over Rs 35,000 crore of fuel subsidies to the next year. And there could be more such accounting surprises once we read the fineprint. Second, real fiscal correction is far, far away, as the revenue deficit is still at 3.3 percent - same as in last year`s budget. Next

1.30 PM Feb 17th

R Jagannathan

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models. Chidambaram’s red line is thus an effort to confuse you into believing that he is a stickler for prudence when it suggests no such thing. In fact, if at all any number ought to be given greater sanctity in the budget he will present later today, it is the revenue deficit – which measures

1.10 PM Feb 17th

R Jagannathan

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on its core revenue deficit. Now it won’t. By chickening out, Rajan has flunked his test. He is making the same mistake made by his predecessor D Subbarao – giving the government too much of the benefit of doubt. He has eroded his own credibility as an inflation fighter.

11.33 AM Dec 19th 2013

akaj88

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Govt. is the biggest Shareholder. To meet the current revenue deficit , it is selling the family silver. We are being ruled by the Class interests of Rich Farmers.

6.52 PM Nov 27th 2013

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DUE TO SAID FOOD BILL REVENUE DEFICIT WILL INCREASED & SAID BURDEN WILL BE PASSED ON TO MIDDLE CLASS INCOME GROUP .THE SAID DECISION OF CONGRESS GOVT IS ELECTION BASE,HOWEVER CONG(I) WILL LOSS VOTES OF MIDDLE CLASS FAMILY.

2.11 PM Sep 3rd 2013

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