All eyes on India Budget 2017

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley attends a seminar on the Goods and Services Tax (GST) issues in Gandhinagar. Reuters file photo



Prime Minister Narendra Modi (C) arrives at the Beating the Retreat ceremony in New Delhi, India, January 29, 2017. Reuters
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (C) arrives at the Beating the Retreat ceremony in New Delhi, India, January 29, 2017. Reuters
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives for all party meet in Parliament on Monday, January 30, 2017. ANI/Twitter
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives for all party meet in Parliament on Monday, January 30, 2017. ANI/Twitter
An Indian man carries a sack of vegetables at the wholesale market in Mumbai on January 28, 2017. India's government is expected to ramp up spending in its latest budget, seeking to ease the pain from a ban on high-value banknotes that slammed the brakes on the world's fastest-growing major economy. AFP
An Indian man carries a sack of vegetables at the wholesale market in Mumbai on January 28, 2017. India's government is expected to ramp up spending in its latest budget, seeking to ease the pain from a ban on high-value banknotes that slammed the brakes on the world's fastest-growing major economy. AFP
Villagers wait inside the bank to make the transactions in Uttar Pradesh state. India's government is expected to ramp up spending in its latest budget, seeking to ease the pain from a ban on high-value banknotes that slammed the brakes on the world's fastest-growing major economy.  AFP
Villagers wait inside the bank to make the transactions in Uttar Pradesh state. India's government is expected to ramp up spending in its latest budget, seeking to ease the pain from a ban on high-value banknotes that slammed the brakes on the world's fastest-growing major economy. AFP
India's government is expected to ramp up spending in its latest budget, seeking to ease the pain from a ban on high-value banknotes that slammed the brakes on the world's fastest-growing major economy. AFP
India's government is expected to ramp up spending in its latest budget, seeking to ease the pain from a ban on high-value banknotes that slammed the brakes on the world's fastest-growing major economy. AFP
Indian labourer works on a flyover in central Srinagar.  India's new right-wing government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveils its first general budget July 10, with expectations of a credible outline of steps to steer India from a subsidy-laden, bureaucratic culture to a more business-friendly investment climate.   AFP
Indian labourer works on a flyover in central Srinagar. India's new right-wing government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveils its first general budget July 10, with expectations of a credible outline of steps to steer India from a subsidy-laden, bureaucratic culture to a more business-friendly investment climate. AFP

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