26 May 2022
  • 3:01 am Army called in to protect Islamabad’s Red Zone from PTI marchers
  • 2:46 am Long March LIVE : Imran Khan enters Islamabad; govt deploys army in red zone
  • 1:17 am PTI long march: Police once again rain tear gas on protestors at D-Chowk
  • 1:16 am VIRAL: Man spends Rs 24 lakh to transform into dog
  • 1:01 am Texas gunman warned online of attack minutes before rampage that killed 19 children
Choose Language
 Edit Translation
My-Ads
Spread the News

A cut in personal income tax, sops for rural and agriculture sectors as well as an aggressive push on infrastructure spending are likely to be part of finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s “feel-good” second Budget. Facing the worst economic slowdown in more than a decade, Sitharaman is expected to pull out all stops to spur consumer demand and investment.

Abdul Gh Lone

RELATED ARTICLES