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Pisces, Daily Horoscope Today, June 17, 2024: Secure your financial future today – Times of India

Today, you will be more conscious of your income. Pay attention to the body and life, as well as the concept of defence. This day is more earthbound and pertains to the material plane, so you might have to pay more attention to your wallet. Take a look at your budget and think if there is anything that needs to be changed so that you do not face any financial issues.On the emotional level, the stars can provide a sense of security and safety when you are confident about your financial affairs. Pisces Love Horoscope TodaySecurity is the foundation of your relationships. You may need to be consoled and given more reassurance than before from your partner. If you have a partner, it is time to discuss your further plans and what you want to do together. It is also important to share your pl...
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1st Modi 3.0 Budget to eye job creation by expanding PLI scheme, MSME focus | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Steps to boost jobs by expanding the Production Linked Incentive scheme to furniture, toys, footwear and more segments of textiles, along with a focus on MSMEs, while increasing income levels of women and boosting infrastructure, are expected to be among the key thrust areas of the Modi govt's first Budget in its third term with several of the issues also being part of govt's 100-day agenda that will feed into the targets for 2030.Besides, the finance ministry is looking at sops for the middle class, which may not necessarily be limited to options around tax concessions but may extend to interest rate subsidies for housing loans and other measures. These are preliminary areas of emphasis, some flowing from the election outcome, with detailed consultations yet to begin. Detail...
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Pakistan Peoples Party voices concerns over not being consulted on budget by PML-N – Times of India

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Peoples Party has said it was not consulted by the ruling PML-N-led government on the upcoming federal budget despite being a coalition partner, according to a media report on Sunday. The Pakistan government will likely present the budget for the financial year 2024-25 on June 12.The government, led by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party, "neither told us anything related to the budget nor took us into confidence," Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah said."We don't know what the PML-N is doing about privatisation policy, taxes, developmental programme," the report quoted Shah as saying.After the controversial February 8 general elections marred with massive rigging allegations, the PML-N and PPP form...