The Budget Session will begin on 12th March with president Pratibha Patil addressing the joint sitting of members of both the Houses of Parliament. While the rail budget will be presented on 14th March, the Economic Survey will be tabled on 15th March and the Union Budget on 16th March
New Delhi: Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee will unveil the Union Budget for 2012-13 on 16th March in the Lok Sabha, reports PTI.
The Budget Session will begin on 12th March with president Pratibha Patil addressing the joint sitting of members of both the Houses of Parliament.
While the rail budget will be presented on 14th March, the Economic Survey will be tabled on 15th March.
“We will be recommending to the president that Budget Session may be summoned on 12th March and continue up to 30th March. Address by the president would be on 12th March. Rail budget on 14th March and Union Budget on 16th March,” parliamentary affairs minister Pawan Kumar Bansal said.
Mr Bansal was talking to reporters after the meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs (CCPA) headed by finance minister Pranab Mukherjee.
He further said that the second part of the budget session will be held from 24th April to 22nd May.
The Budget Session, which generally starts in the third week of February, has been delayed this time due to the ongoing assembly elections in five states, including Uttar Pradesh. The model code of conduct is in force till 9th March when the election process would be completed.
L & T has bagged a major order from the Government of West Bengal.
Larsen & Toubro’s (L&T) construction division has won new orders valued over Rs1880 crore across various business segments during the fourth quarter of FY2012.
The Infrastructure IC has secured new orders aggregating to Rs1048 crore from various clients. A major order has been bagged from the Government of West Bengal, State Highway Circle-I, for the Construction of four lane elevated corridor along Kazi Nazrul Islam Sarani (VIP road) from Kestopur to Zora Mandir in the district of north 24 Parganas under JNNURM scheme, GOI.
Two more orders have been secured from DMRC for design and construction of tunnels for underground works between Mandi House to Jama Masjid including three stations under Delhi MRTS - Phase III Project and for the construction of a viaduct including ramp for Badarpur-Faridabad corridor.
In the water and effluent treatment business unit, L&T Construction has secured orders worth Rs348 crore from Gujarat Water Infrastructure Limited for providing, supplying, lowering, jointing and commissioning of bulk water transmission by MS Pipeline at Surendranagar and Junagadh Districts in Gujarat under ‘Swarnim Gujarat Saurashtra-Kutch Water Grid’ programme.
In the power transmission and distribution IC, new orders valued at Rs263 crore have been bagged from esteemed clients. The orders include construction of e-BOP system for 2x600 MW Coal fired thermal power plant at Singhitarai in Chhattisgarh from a private developer and another order from DMRC for supply, installation, testing & commissioning of EHV cables, Receiving Cum Traction substation and Auxiliary Main substation at Jaipur for Jaipur Metro Phase-I Project.
L&T Construction has also received additional orders worth Rs221 crore from various ongoing projects.
In the late afternoon, Larsen and Toubro was trading at around Rs1364.90 per share on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 1.29% down from the previous close.
Total income of India Cements rose to Rs944 crore.
India Cements reported a more than two-fold rise in net profit for the quarter ended 31 December 2011 at Rs56.31 crore.
The Chennai-based cement maker had clocked Rs21.47 crore net profit in the October-December quarter of the last fiscal, it said in a communique to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).
Total income of the company rose to Rs944 crore against Rs783.5 crore in the year-ago period.
In the early afternoon, India Cements was trading at around Rs95.75 per share on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 1.48% up from the previous close.