Union Budget 2021: A shot of hope for Indian economy

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman unveiled Union Budget 2021-22 on February 1. Various sectors got a boost after coronavirus-led lockdowns had slowed down the economy.

In a "get well soon" budget unveiled on February 1, India proposed doubling healthcare spending and lifted caps on foreigners investing in its vast insurance market to help revive an economy that suffered its deepest recorded slump as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a 'get well soon' Budget unveiled on February 1, India proposed doubling healthcare spending and lifted caps on foreigners investing in its vast insurance market to help revive an economy that suffered its deepest recorded slump as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 gives to the healthcare sector.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 gives to the healthcare sector.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 gives to develop infrastructure in the country.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 gives to develop infrastructure in the country.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 proposes for disinvestment in the country.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 proposes for disinvestment in the country.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 means for taxpayers.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 means for taxpayers.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 means for investors.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 means for investors.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 means for consumers.
A look at what the Union Budget 2021-22 means for consumers.
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