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Budget 2015: Infrastructure  investment to be raised by Rs70,000 crore

Budget 2015: Infrastructure investment to be raised by Rs70,000 crore

Jaitley said public investment in the new fiscal year will be Rs1.25 trillion higher than the revised estimates of the last year
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To boost infra spending, tax-free bonds are back

To boost infra spending, tax-free bonds are back

The finance minister proposed establishing National Investment and Infrastructure Fund with an annual flow of Rs20,000 crore
Budget 2015: What does it mean for infrastructure financing?

Budget 2015: What does it mean for infrastructure financing?

Jaitley lays out plans to boost infrastructure, relying on public investment as private investment remains weak
Infrastructure hogs the limelight

Infrastructure hogs the limelight

Capital outlay for roads and transport increased to Rs.82,600 crore in FY16 from Rs.43,100 crore in the previous year
Budget 2015: Govt allocates Rs22,407 crore for housing, urban development

Budget 2015: Govt allocates Rs22,407 crore for housing, urban development

Arun Jaitley said the country needs to build 20 million more homes in cities and 40 million in villages
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