Modiís UK visit boosts case for more investments and greater strategic cooperation - Times of India
The most conspicuous aspect of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to UK was the ease with which he interacted with British politicians and captains of industry. India’s colonial legacy affords Modi a readymade platform to pitch better bilateral ties.
How Gold Schemes work for Indians and India - S Gurumurthy, NewIndianExpress
While launching the gold schemes Prime Minister Narendra Modi pointed to women empowerment implicit in gold. A day later he addressed the Delhi Economic Conclave. Noting India’s cultural affinity for gold, he made five points on the Indian gold economy.
Big bang reforms in FDI welcome - Asian Age
The big bang reforms announcement of easing the investment environment to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) in 15 high-profile sectors underscores the possibility of initiating reforms that don’t need legislative approvals; the government should now maintain this momentum.
Poll outcomes will not hit reforms: Nirmala Sitharaman - Arun S, Hindu
The NDA government’s latest move to liberalise the foreign investment regime is part of an ongoing process and such economic reforms will continue irrespective of any adverse state-level poll outcomes for the alliance or the BJP in the future.
Rs 15K cr North East connectivity project struggling to take off - Arun S, Hindu
The ambitious Rs 15,000 crore North East connectivity project is struggling to take off even one year after an agreement between India and Japan to jointly work on it for quickly transforming the region into a manufacturing hub with the help of better road infrastructure.
Investment by British firms will be win-win partnership: Narendra Modi - Shubhajit Roy, Indian Express
A day after deals worth £9 billion were announced between the two countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that investment by British companies in India would be a “win-win partnership” for both countries as he talked of investment opportunities in infrastructure and renewable energy sectors.
Global influence on Indian stock market weakens - Lokeshwarri SK, Business Line
Turbulence has returned to the financial markets with commodity prices plumbing new depths and worries over the US central bank action. While Indian equity markets do tend to gyrate with rest of the global markets in periods of intense risk aversion, investors in India have less to worry from global volatility now, compared to previous years.
Indian Railways: Back on track, slowly, surely - RC Acharya, Pioneer
On the cards is the modernisation of no less than 400 railway stations, for which the public-private partnership model has been adopted. This is not the first time that modernisation has been talked about. However, under his watch, Minister for Railways Suresh Prabhu is hopeful of making a breakthrough.
PM Modi woos British investors, pushes for 'Make in India' - Times of India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi wooed a gathering of business leaders at London's financial hub Guildhall as he made a push for 'Make in India' campaign. The Prime Minister also listed the achievement of his government and said India's credibility has improved globally in his 18 months in power.
Govt eases FDI norms in 15 major sectors - Remya Nair, Mint
The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government eased foreign direct investment (FDI) norms across 15 sectors, including defence, civil aviation and broadcasting, to attract overseas funds and boost economic growth, signalling that the ruling coalition will not allow the electoral debacle in Bihar to come in the way of economic reform.
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