Budget 2019 Highlights A Look At Highlights Of Union Budget 2019-20

Budget 2019 Highlights A Look At Highlights Of Union Budget 2019-20

Budget Highlights from Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's Speech:
Rs. 2 duty and cess will be levied on petrol and diesel per liter.
PAN, Aadhaar will now be interchangeable for filing of income tax returns.
Aadhaar will be issued for NRIs with Indian passports after arrival without mandatory waiting period.
Power, clean cooking facilities for all families by 2022, water for all rural homes by 2024.
Surcharge enhanced on individuals with Rs. 2-5 crore income by 3 per cent, Rs. 5 crore and above by 7 per cent.
Two per cent TDS on cash withdrawal exceeding 1 crore in a year from bank account to discourage cash transactions.
Government considering increase in FDI in aviation, media.
Government to encourage and facilitate the role of women through women-led initiatives
A look at budget highlights for tax, housing, social welfare, pensions, growth, infrastructure economy:

Budget Highlights: Housing
1.95 crore houses will be provided to eligible beneficiaries
Center proposes RBI to be regulator for housing finance companies
Tax holiday on profits earned by developers of affordable housing
Budget Highlights: Tax
Additional deduction of Rs. 1 lakh on interest paid for affordable house of Rs. 45 lakh, borrowed on or before March 31, 2020
After interest deduction, affordable home buyers will gain tax benefit of Rs. 7 lakh over the period of interest deduction
Cash withdrawals over Rs. 1 crore a year to be taxed at 2 per cent
Budget Highlights: Social Welfare
One woman in every self-help group eligible for loan of Rs. 1 lakh under Mudra scheme
Centre proposes to consolidate and streamline multiple labour laws into only four codes

Budget Highlights: Pensions
Pension to be provided to three crore retail traders
Pension for shopkeepers, retailers with turnover less than Rs. 1.5 crore
Budget Highlights: Growth
Centre to invest in raising foreign direct investment in media and aviation
There will be 100 per cent FDI for insurance intermediaries
Budget Highlights: Infrastructure

1.25 lakh km roads will be upgraded at a cost of Rs. 80,000 crore

Budget Highlights: Markets
Centre proposes electronic fundraising platform to list social enterprises, voluntary organisations
This will help social enterprises working for welfare raise capital

Budget Highlights: Economy

India will grow to become a $3 trillion economy (from $2 trillion) in fiscal 2020
Fiscal deficit in FY19 at 3.3% of the GDP 
Govt will start raising part of borrowing in foreign currency 
Govt external debt to GDP is among the lowest in the world. 

Budget Highlights: Income Tax
No income tax for income less than Rs. 5 lakh a year
Surcharge on individuals with taxable income of Rs. 2-5 crore raised to 3 per cent, and Rs. 5 crore to 7 per cent

Budget Highlights: Start-ups

A TV programme for start-ups under Doordarshan, designed and run by start-ups themselves
Angel investors and start-ups who file tax returns won't be subjected to scrutiny
E-verification will resolve the issue of identifying the investor and the source of funds
Budget Highlights: Companies

Corporate tax rate of 25 per cent extended to all companies having annual turnover up to Rs. 400 crore

Budget Highlights: Ease of living:
Rs 3,000 pension per month for informal sector workers 
Aadhaar card under 180 days for NRIs on arrival in India 
Govt to open embassies in countries where India doesn't have a resident diplomatic mission as yet.

Budget Highlights: Transportation:
Inter-operable One Nation One transport card: National transport card for universal travel which can used on various modes of transport (road, railways etc). The card can also be used as a ATM card for withdrawing money. 
Govt plans to create MRO (Manufacturing, Repair and Operate) industry 
PPP to be used to unleash faster development and the delivery of passenger freight services. 
Comprehensive restructuring of National Highways Programme for creation of National Highways Grid. 
Government envisions using rivers for cargo transport,it will also decongest roads and railways. 
Affordable housing: Govt will provide additional income tax deduction of Rs 1.5 lakh on the interest paid on the loans taken to purchase EVs  

Budget Highlights: Women empowerment:
Nari tu Narayani: Women SHG Interest Subvention Programme to be expanded to all districts in India
Rs 1 lakh loan to be provided for SHG women members
Every verified woman SHG member having a Jan Dhan account can avail Rs 5,000 rupees overdraft facility 

Budget Highlights:Education: 
Govt to launch 'Study in India' programme to attract foreign students in higher education 
Allocate Rs 400 crore for world-class higher education institutions in FY20 . 
To unveil new education policy. 
National research foundation to fund, coordinate and to promote research in the country. 
New Higher Education Commission with focus on higher autonomy 
New national education policy to propose changes in school, higher education.

Budget Highlights: What is cheaper, what got costlier
Electric vehicles, affordable houses, imported defense equipment, imported parts of electric vehicles, imported raw material for manufacture of artificial kidneys and imported wool fiber, wool tops have become cheaper.

Petrol, diesel, cash withdrawal over Rs. 1 crore/year, imported auto parts, imported gold and precious metals, imported paper and paper products including printed books, imported loud-speakers, indoor and outdoor unit of split AC, imported plugs, sockets, switches, CCTV cameras, IP cameras, PVC, Vinyl flooring, Metal fittings, tiles, imported cashew kernels and cigarettes have become expensive.

AP Election Opinion Poll 2019 Assembly and Lok Sabha constituencies in Andhra Pradesh

AP Election Opinion Poll  2019 Assembly and Lok Sabha constituencies in Andhra Pradesh

The southern state of Andhra Pradesh will be holding simultaneous single-phase Lok Sabha as well as Assembly Elections on Thursday (April 11). Today (Tuesday) is the last day of campaigning for the Andhra Pradesh Lok Sabha and Assembly Elections 2019.

Voting will begin at 7 am and end at 6 pm. Voters standing in queue at polling booths at 6 pm will be allowed to cast their votes past the closing time.

Andhra Pradesh Opinion Poll:
As per an Opinion Poll conducted by Times Now in association with VMR for the Lok Sabha election 2019, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's YSR Congress Party is expected to win the maximum 20 seats out of the total 25. In 2014 Lok Sabha elections 2019, the YSRCP had won 8 seats.

The TDP, which had won the maximum 15 seats in the last elections, is expected to bag just 5 seats this time.The BJP's tally is expected to come down to zero from 2 in the last elections.
As per the opinion poll, the Congress is unlikely to open its account in 2019 General Elections like 2014, when it had failed to win a single Lok Sabha seat in Andhra Pradesh.As per the Times Now poll tracker, the YSRCP is expected to poll 43.7 per cent vote share, TDP 35.1 per cent, BJP 5.7 per cent and Congress 2.1 per cent.

As per Times Now-VMR Opinion Poll for the Lok Sabha election 2019, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's YSR Congress Party is expected to win the maximum 20 seats out of the total 25.

Assembly constituencies in Andhra Pradesh:
There are 175 Assembly constituencies in Andhra Pradesh, on which voting will be held on Thursday. These constituencies are:
1. Ichchapuram
2. Palasa
3. Tekkali
4. Pathapatnam
5. Srikakulam
6. Amadalavalasa
7. Etcherla
8. Narasannapeta
9. Rajam (SC)
10. Palakonda (ST)
11. Kurupam (ST)
12. Parvathipuram (SC)
13. Salur (ST)
14. Bobbili
15. Cheepurupalle
16. Gajapathinagaram
17. Nellimarla
18. Vizianagaram
19. Srungavarapukota
20. Bhimli
21. Visakhapatnam East
22. Visakhapatnam South
23. Visakhapatnam North
24. Visakhapatnam West
25. Gajuwaka
26. Chodavaram
27. V.Madugula
28. Araku Valley (ST)
29. Paderu (ST)
30. Anakapalli
31. Pendurthi
32. Elamanchili
33. Payakaraopeta (SC)
34. Narsipatnam
35. Tuni
36. Prathipadu
37. Pithapuram
38. Kakinada Rural
39. Peddapuram
40. Anaparthy
41. Kakinada City
42. Ramachandrapuram (ST)
43. Mummidivaram
44. Amalapuram (SC)
45. Razole (SC)
46. Gannavaram (SC)
47. Kothapeta
48. Mandapeta
49. Rajanagaram
50. Rajahmundry City
51. Rajamundry Rural
52. Jaggampeta
53. Rampachodavaram (ST)
54. Kovvur (SC)
55. Nidadavole
56. Achanta
57. Palacole
58. Narasapuram
59. Bhimavaram
60. Undi
61. Tanuku
62. Tadepalligudem
63. Unguturu
64. Denduluru
65. Eluru
66. Gopalapuram (SC)
67. Polavaram (ST)
68. Chintalapudi (SC)
69. Tiruvuru (SC)
70. Nuzvid
71. Gannavaram
72. Gudivada
73. Kaikalur
74. Pedana
75. Machilipatnam
76. Avanigadda
77. Pamarru (SC)
78. Penamaluru
79. Vijaywada West
80. Vijayawada Central
81. Vijayawada East
82. Mylavaram
83. Nandigama (SC)
84. Jaggayyapeta
85. Pedakurapadu
86. Tadikonda (SC)
87. Mangalagiri
88. Ponnur
89. Vemuru (SC)
90. Repalle
91. Tenali
92. Bapatla
93. Prathipadu (SC)
94. Guntur West
95. Guntur East
96. Chilakaluripet
97. Narasaraopet
98. Sattenapalli
99. Vinukonda
100. Gurazala
101. Macherla
102. Yerragondapalem (SC)
103. Darsi
104. Parchur
105. Addanki
106. Chirala
107. Santhanuthalapadu (SC)
108. Ongole
109. Kandukur
110. Kondapi (SC)
111. Markapuram
112. Giddalur
113. Kanigiri
114. Kavali
115. Atmakur
116. Kovur
117. Nellore City
118. Nellore Rural
119. Sarvepalli
120. Gudur (SC)
121. Sullurpeta (SC)
122. Venkatagiri
123. Udayagiri
124. Badvel (SC)
125. Rajampet
126. Kadapa
127. Kodur (SC)
128. Rayachoti
129. Pulivendla
130. Kamalapuram
131. Jammalamadugu
132. Proddatur
133. Mydukur
134. Allagadda
135. Srisailam
136. Nandikotkur (SC)
137. Kurnool
138. Panyam
139. Nandyal
140. Banaganapalle
141. Dhone
142. Pattikonda
143. Kodumur (SC)
144. Yemmiganur
145. Mantralayam
146. Adoni
147. Alur
148. Rayadurg
149. Uravakonda
150. Guntakal
151. Tadipatri
152. Singanamala (SC)
153. Anantapur Urban
154. Kalyandurg
155. Raptadu
156. Madakasira (SC)
157. Hindupur
158. Penukonda
159. Puttaparthi
160. Dharmavaram
161. Kadiri
162. Thamballapalle
163. Pileru
164. Madanapalle
165. Punganur
166. Chandragiri
167. Tirupati
168. Srikalahasti
169. Satyavedu (SC)
170. Nagari
171. Gangadhara Nellore
172. Chittoor
173. Puthalapattu (SC)
174. Palamaner
175. Kuppam

Lok Sabha constituencies in Andhra Pradesh:
Polling will be held in 25 Lok Sabha constituencies in Andhra Pradesh on Thursday. These constituencies are:

1. Araku
2. Srikakulam
3. Vizianagaram
4. Visakhapatnam
5. Anakapalle
6. Kakinada
7. Amalapuram
8. Rajahmundry
9. Narsapuram
10. Eluru
11. Machilipatnam
12. Vijayawada
13. Guntur
14. Narasaraopet
15. Bapatla
16. Ongole
17. Nandyal
18. Kurnool
19. Anantapur
20. Hindupur
21. Kadapa
22. Nellore
23. Tirupati
24. Rajampet
25. Chittoor
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BJP Manifesto 2019 Election Manifesto Of BJP 2019

BJP Manifesto 2019 Election Manifesto Of BJP 2019

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its manifesto for the Lok Sabha election on Monday. Top party leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP chief Amit Shah, Home Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj were present at the launch of the manifesto at the party headquarters in Delhi.Titled 'Sankalp Bharat Sashakt Bharat' the BJP manifesto is what the the party promises to implement if voted back to power.

Listing 75 milestones that India will achieve till 2022, when the nation celebrates 75 years of independence, Home Minister Rajnath Singh listed a slew of announcements ranging from a pension scheme for traders to abrogation of Article 370. 

Here are the key highlights of what the BJP is promising the electorate ahead of the Lok sabha polls: 

Farmers: PM-KISAN will be extended to all farmers in the country. BJP promises to double the income of farmers by 2022. Short-term new agriculture loans up to Rs 1 lakh at a 0% interest rate for 1-5 years on the condition of prompt repayment of the principal amount.

It promises to make an investment of Rs 25 lakh crore to improve the productivity of the farm sector. BJP also announced pension for small & marginal farmers on reaching 60 years of age.

National security: BJP's security doctrine is guided by zero tolerance to terrorism, the manifesto said. BJP promises to provide security forces with a free hand to curb extremism and terrorism. BJP promises to speed up purchase of outstanding defence related equipment and weapons.

Citizenship Amendment Bill: The party stands committed to the Citizenship Amendment Bill. BJP reiterates its commitment to "protect the linguistic, cultural and social identity of the people of North-East."

Jammu & Kashmir: It says that the party reiterates its position since the time of the Jan Sangh to the abrogation of Article 370. Also stands committed to annulling Article 35A of the Constitution, which it says is discriminatory against non-permanent residents and women of Jammu and Kashmir. 

Healthcare: 1.5 lakh health and welfare centre will be opened, along with 75 medical colleges and PG medical colleges. Will target provisioning of telemedicine and diagnostic laboratory facilities at Health and Wellness Centres by 2022. 

Economy: BJP says it is committed to further revise the tax slabs and the tax benefits to ensure more cash and greater purchasing power in the hands of our middle income families. It will aim to improve 'Ease of Doing business' ranking of the country. BJP says it aspires to make India the third largest economy of the world by 2030, adding that it is committed make India a US $5 trillion economy by 2025 and US $10 trillion economy by 2032. 

Welfare of Poor: It will aim to bring down the percentage of families living below the poverty line to a single digit in the next five years. The BJP says it will ensure pucca houses for families either living in kuchha houses or without access to housing by 2022.

Traders: The party promises to set up a National Traders Commission, which it hopes to be an effective mechanism. A Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi maandhan scheme will cover small shopkeepers. 

Transgenders: BJP says it is committed to bring transgenders to the mainstream through adequate socio-economic and policy initiatives, adding that it will ensure self-employment and skill development avenues for transgender youth. 

Ram Mandir: As far as Ram Mandir is concerned BJP said it will weigh all the options and will try that the Ram Mandir be built as soon as possible in a harmonious environment. 

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