How the government increases public investment in infrastructure while sticking to the path of fiscal consolidation will be keenly watched. Ahead of the Union Budget for 2015-16, to be presented on February 28, Business Standard looks at how India's key economic indicators have moved since 2010-11.
Notes: * RE: Revised estimates * BE: Budget estimates
* GDP for 2014-15 has been projected at Rs 1,28,76,653 crore (BE), assuming 13.4% growth over 2013-14 advance estimates of Rs 1,13,55,073 crore released by the Central Statistics Office * Individual items might not add up to the totals because of rounding off * Total non-Plan expenditure includes total capital non-Plan expenditure and revenue expenditure on grants to states, UTs, police and social services * Total non-Plan expenditure excludes expenditure matched by receipts, and discharge of all Treasury Bills, discharge of Cash Management Bills, discharge of ways and means
First Published: Tue, February 24 2015. 14:27 IST