The Minister for Finance, Dr Haseeb Drabu today said that several pioneering measures have been proposed in the Budget 2017-18 for fine-tuning the expenditure management and monitoring system and these initiatives would go a long way in bringing tra
Welcoming the broader consensus reached in the house regarding various reformative initiatives flagged in the Budget 2017-18, Minister for Finance, Dr Haseeb Drabu today said it marks the beginning of a progressive trend
Ruling PDP MLAs Thursday left the government in a tight-spot as they supported National Conference (NC) in slamming Finance Minister, Haseeb Drabu, for his failure to fulfil the earlier budget promises, reports said.
Slamming the PDP-BJP government on budget, mainstream opposition National Conference today said the content of the budget presented by the Government is copied from the ‘Internet’ and already submitted in its proposals by other states.
Laying emphasis on the micro-budgetary reform, State Finance Minister Dr Haseeb Drabu on Wednesday presented Rs 79,472 crore deficit budget laying emphasis on pro-employees welfare initiatives, including the implementation of 7th Pay Commission
Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has welcomed the Budget 2017-18 presented in both Houses of State Legislature on Wednesday.The Chief Minister said many of the social interventions, including relief to horticulture, agriculture, transport
To address the issue of unemployment, government has announced major reforms in the existing system of employment department.Finance minister, Haseeb Drabu while delivering the budget speech in the Jammu and Kashmir Legislature
Government Of J&K today announced an amount of Rs532cr as additional capital infusion in two tranches during next financial year to retain its strategic equity share of 53.17% in J&K Bank which was struggling to maintain its capital adequacy
The world over, expenditure allocation in a budget is seen as a clear indicator of the priority accorded to that sector. Seen thus, in all the three budgets of this government so far, power sector is the single biggest item of expenditure