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July 9, 2019
Programmes launched by Modi

It was on May 30, 2019, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi again took charge of the Government of India. Since the time he has taken office, certain important decisions have been taken by the Cabinet. Let us try to recollect the important programmes and projects that our Government announced for the development and welfare of the country. 1. Digital India On August 21, 2014, the “Digital India” campaign was launched. The idea is to change India [...]Read More

July 21, 2018
Clearing The Hovering Clouds

‘Make in India’ and ‘Made In India’ have become a topic of debate in recent times with a lot of confusion surrounding the difference between the two. Most of us think of them as the same concept but precisely, they are two different economic programs. Discussing these in detail will help us in getting a fair idea of both initiatives launched by the government. Make in India Make in India is an initiative launched by [...]Read More

April 13, 2017
jeep compass

FCA India Automobiles Private Limited has just announced the arrival of the much-awaited Jeep Compass in India, with the official launch slated for the third quarter this year. Jeep Compass follows its larger siblings Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Wrangler to India, but is going to be the first SUV from the Jeep family to be manufactured at the company’s Ranjangaon facility in Maharashtra. Fiat Chrysler has invested US$250 million in the plant and has [...]Read More

December 5, 2016
Indian Economy Projected to Sustain

The year-end update of the flagship report Economic and Social Survey for Asia and the Pacific 2016 conducted by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) shows that India’s economy will grow at 7.6% in the 2017-18 fiscal year. A statement issued by the UN said, “India’s economy is projected to sustain a 7.6% growth rate in both fiscal years 2016-17 and 2017-18.” The investments have gained momentum again [...]Read More

December 2, 2014
Make in India - New offers pouring

India is finding new friends and also ironing out the wrinkles in bilateral relations. The credit should be given to the “Make in India” campaign launched by PM Modi on Sep 25 to bring in more business from all across the world. His call for investing and manufacturing in India has not only kindled Pan-India interest but also lured other nations to be party to this initiative. Germany Willing to Support Make in India Initiative [...]Read More

October 29, 2014
Make in India

Make in India has been the NDA government’s flagship campaign to boost manufacturing in India. In a mega launch ceremony, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi threw open the doors of the Indian manufacturing sector to foreign investors with a promise to enhance the ease of doing business in the country. The Government’s vision to craft out a manufacturing hub in the nation is the first step to enhancing the contribution of the manufacturing sector towards [...]Read More

September 29, 2014
Can Modi Change India

It would not be wrong to say that India and even the entire world is seeing a hope for change in India under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is regarded as a dynamic, hard working, able and a very assertive leader. Even experts compare him to world leaders and reformers like Margaret Thatcher, Deng Xiaoping, Mahinda Rajapaksa and Ronald Reagan. Supporters of Narendra Modi believe that he is a reformer and a [...]Read More

September 25, 2014
Make in India

The launch of the ‘Make in India’ campaign by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attract foreign investments and boost the manufacturing sector of India has been timed to perfection. It comes a day after India’s indigenously manufactured satellite Mangalyaan was successfully put in the Martian orbit, showing to the world the progress India has made in manufacturing processes, technology, science and innovation. It also comes a day ahead of the PM’s visit to the US. [...]Read More

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