Union Budget 2014: What will hit your purse hard

New Delhi, July 10: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley tabled the first Union Budget of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Government on Thursday, July 10.

Take a look at what gets cheaper and what gets costlier:


  • CRT television
  • LED/LCD TVs especially below 19 inch
  • Footwear priced between Rs 500 to Rs 1,000 per pair
  • Soaps
  • E-book readers
  • Desktop, laptops and tablets
  • RO based water purifiers
  • LED Lights, fixtures and lamps
  • Pre forms of precious and semi-precious stones
  • Sports Gloves
  • Branded petrol
  • Matchbox
  • Life micro insurance policies
  • HIV/AIDS drugs and diagnostic kits
  • DDT insecticides


  • Cigarettes
  • Aerated drinks with sugar
  • Pan masala
  • Gutka and chewing tobacco
  • Jarda scented tobacco
  • Radio Taxi
  • Imported electronic products
  • Portable X-ray machines
  • Half cut/broken diamonds

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