Spring is here with warm sunshine, refreshing flowers and festivals. The spirit of rejuvenation is in the air. The month of March offers us an opportunity to celebrate the most popular festivals of India. Holi - the festival of colors celebrated by Indians and foreigners alike conveying a message of friendship and brotherhood. Maha Shivaratri, Good Friday and Easter are also observed during the month with equal enthusiasm and fervor.
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The Budget is indicative of the economic growth and financial wellbeing of a nation. In this spotlight, we would highlight the important aspects of the Union Budget 2013-14, covering major announcements, policy change, reforms, allocations, etc. for various sectors. The Spotlight will give you complete information of the Union Budget, apart from the Economic Survey and the Railway Budget. The National Portal also offers you complete details of State budgets.
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Celebrations become dearer when we have the well wishes of our loved ones. You can share your heartfelt feelings for your family and friends with our e-cards on the occasions of Holi, Maha Shivratri, and Easter.
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