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Union Budget 2011-2012 highlights

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Check this article for highlights of Union Budget for the financial year 2011-2012. The Union Budget 2011-2012 was announced by Pranab Mukharjee on 28th February 2011. Many important decisions were taken in the budget, read this article know more.

Union Budget 2011-2012 highlights

The Union Budget for the financial year 2011-2012 was announced by Pranab Mukarjee on Monday, 28th February 2011. Below given are the highlights of Union Budget 2011-2012.

1. Allocation to health sector was improved by 20%
2. 100% salary hike for Anganwadi teachers
3. Low-cost housing loans of Rs 15 lakh to get 1% interest
4. Tax-free bonds of Rs 30,000 crores for infrastructure development
5. Infrastructure spending to be raised by 23% - Direct tax code to be implemented from Ist April 2012
6. Special economic help for Chennai Bangalore metro project.
7. Regarding Kerala- Wayanad Pookot Vetenary college will be modified to University.
8. Special offers announced for country weavers.
9. Cooking gas subsidy will be hold on

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