This budget a bonanza of knowledge and wealth on the CNBC Universe

MUMBAI: Every year the average Indian awaits the budget with nervous expectation of how it will affect his household balance sheet. The CNBC Universe now enables the concerned viewer to not only understand the budget and all its intricacies but also profit from it.


Time is money – and the Budget 2007 on CNBC Universe is a minute-by-minute updated analysis of what it holds for the Indian. It is opportune information at the opportune moment to decide if the Budget 2007 really is the harbinger of the opportunity economy?


On Budget Day, February 28, 2007, contest winners can win Rs. 1 Lakh every hour for 11 hours, from 10 am to 9 pm by answering questions posed on both CNBC-TV18 and CNBC Awaaz or they could log onto to win another Rs 25,000 per hour. The questions would pertain to the programming on air at that time. Viewers would be able to participate in the Budget Bonanza Contest by sending in their answers via SMS to 2622.


The CNBC Universe, India 's leading network for news and financial analysis, will telecast the live and uninterrupted coverage of the FM's Budget Speech. After the budget speech, viewers can stay tuned for a complete analysis of the budget with expert opinions, industry reactions, market implications and informative bulletins on the CNBC Universe.

CNBC TV-18 & CNBC AWAAZ will air live coverage of the reactions of key stakeholders like CII, FICCI, industry leaders, the impact on markets and also from the studios on the budget day the CNBC Universe will have India's best financial heads and most respected reporters analyzing the budget, to ensure that all viewers understand the full implications of the budget and are easily able to analyse the fine print of the FM's speech.


The Budget day will also be power packed starting in the morning with a budget special of MARKETS with Udayan Mukherjee. In the evening, CNBC TV-18 would have three high impact shows starting with the BUDGET CENTRE at 8 pm, which would be followed by a comprehensive budget specific INDIA BUSINESS HOUR at 9 pm and finally assessing the impact that the budget would have on the galloping economy with the NATION'S BUDGET.


On budget day, CNBC-TV18 would present 'TALKING TAXES', a 3 event series from Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, which shall focus on the tax ramifications from the budget and how everyone from the farmer to the industrialist would be affected by it.

- Win upto 2.25 lakhs every hour on the CNBC Universe.

- Prize money to be won from 10 am – 9 pm on Budget Day, February 28, 2007.

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