MUMBAI: The recently elected Modi government will be presenting its first Budget on July 10 amidst high expectations. All of India is expecting Budget 2014 to give fresh impetus to the economy and deliver on the government’s promise of “Achhe Din.” To get a 360 degree perspective of what Budget 2014 will mean for the people of the country, CNN-IBN and IBN7 present the Budget of Hope & Modi Mantra-Budget 2014, respectively. Our array of special programming will include interviews, debates, analysis and discussions relevant to different sections of society - from industrialists to financial investors, small vendors to home makers.
Our coverage will be led by a formidable team of anchors and journalists - Bhupendra Chaubey, Anubha Bhonsle, Karma Paljor, Sanjeev Paliwal, Smita Sharma and Sandeep Chaudhary. Our panel of experts consisting of the most pre-eminent economists, policy makers and senior journalists in the country - Swapan Dasgupta, Mani Shanker Aiyar, Shankar Acharya, Smita Gupta, Surajit Majumdar, Prasenjit bose, CM Vasudev, Vivian Fernandes, Siddharth Zarabi, Mohan Guruswamy, Vikram Mehta, and Sumant Sinha will elucidate every aspect of Budget 2014, making our analysis of the milestone budget unparalleled.
The key highlights of the Budget 2014 coverage is as under:
On July 9th, preceding the General Budget, The Economic Survey will highlight the economic performance of the country in the year gone by on key parameters. Through this one-hour special CNN-IBN & IBN7 will be showcasing the findings of the Economic Survey, with our panel of experts.
On July 10th, Budget of Hope on CNN-IBN and Modi Mantra Budget on IBN7 will present a day-long coverage where our anchors and experts will discuss threadbare the key highlights of Budget 2014 and implications of the same for the common man/woman, key sectors and the overall economy. We will also have several special shows through the day including Rate the Budget and Budget & You on CNN-IBN and Kya Aa Gaye Achche Din and Call IN with Subhash Lakhotia where the Tax expert will address all the queries from the viewers only on IBN7.
Don’t miss the special coverage on The Economic Survey on July 9th @12pm-1pm on CNN-IBN and 7pm-8pm on IBN7 by Union Budget programming, on July 10th, on both the channels, starting 8.00 am through the day.