CNBC-TV18 polled about 40 people including CEOs and market experts asking them to score the new government on various issues like infra, growth and FDI.
MS Unnikrishnan, managing director MD, Thermax, wants the government to address are more clearances in foreign direct investments and an easing of interest rates by addressing inflationary woes.
Discussing the first 100 days since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took over, Chowdhury said they had never thought it would be so critical.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Zia Mody said the general sense of enthusiasm has increased in the first 100 days, however the pain of doing business in India has not gone away.
Godrej rates Modi government‘s performance as 8.5 on a scale of 10 as he is enthused about India getting back on high levels of growth led by policy changes from the new government.
The CCI in 2011 had found DLF violating fair trade norms and imposed a fine of Rs 630 crore on it following a complaint by Belaire Owners' Association in Gurgaon. It was in May 2010 that the buyer's association had complained against DLF.
Dinesh Kanabar, Deputy CEO of KPMG expects GAAR to be rolled back by at least two-years.
Experts feel the new government has been successful in breaking the decision-making gridlock and rebuilding the sense of confidence.
Foreign investment will be allowed through the FIPB route and foreign institutional investors (FIIs) will also be allowed to invest.
Anil Swarup, Additional Secretary, Cabinet Committee on Investments said the emphasis is now on improving the processes.
The Supreme Court on Monday declared all captive coal blocks allocated since 1993 as illegal.
The government and the oil ministry are keen to announce a new gas price regime before the deadline it had set for itself, that is September 30.
Sources say starting in the first week of September a series of press conferences by government departments and ministries have been planned, starting with the Finance Ministry wherein respective ministers will showcase the policy initiatives taken by their departments to the media.
Arvind Mayaram also expressed confidence that the government's subsiidy burden is expected to fall drastically.
After sounding a stern warning to PSU banks last week, the Finance Minister has taken a major step towards meeting their long-term capital needs. The North Block has approved a draft Cabinet note, which proposes to create a holding company structure for state-run banks.
States also want the threshold limit for GST levy to be kept at Rs 10 lakh while the limit for dual control of GST is being recommended at Rs 1.5 crore, along with legislative powers for states.
In the assembly today, Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar said the leases will be granted to 27 leaseholders like Sesa Sterlite, Fermento and Salgaoncars amongst others by September 20 and the rest of the leases will be given by October 15.
Madhu Terdal, group chief financial officer, GMR Infrastructure says the company has raised USD 250 million via its qualified institutional placement (QIP) and it will not look at raising any more debt capital from the market.