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This book will change your life. You will be able to climb mountains, cross rivers, reap without sowing, make magic and be your own best friend.
Actually, No. But we hope that got you interested.
In a comedown of epic proportions, much about the Indian budget is about broken promises and high expectations. But the drama of the last day of February, when the finance minister usually delivers a long speech in parliament, is sometimes brushed off as an esoteric act that keeps politicians busy and mediapersons discussing fervently about how bad it is that we saw a Rs. 1.36 increase in the cost of non-phosphate fertilizer.
We’re not saying non-phosphate fertilizer is not important. It is. It is hugely important. Largely, because some of the people for whom it is hugely important might buy this book. And that is never a problem for “our” budget.
But read on and we hope to enlighten and educate you about the thing that marks the end of February.