I do not think there is any place better than India for you,” said Modi on the third day of his Japan visit.

“Come and invest in India: only place you can find democracy, demography and demand,” he added.

Clearing myths and advertising the business friendly atmosphere of India while asserting that his government is working on development and increasing manufacturing activities, Modi said, “There is no Red Tape but Red Carpet in India. We have eased off lot of regulations.

Modi, who was addressing Japanese investors at a seminar organised by the Japan External Trade Organisation (Jetro) and Nikkei here, also said that India guarantees democracy, safety, security and justice.

He told Japanese investors that India is a ‘god gifted location’ for reaching out to global markets.

Referring to his government's 100 days in power, Modi said it has achieved what could not be achieved in the last two-and-a-half years.

The country's GDP grew 5.7 percent in the April-June quarter, the highest in more than two years.

Modi said his government is ready to offer whatever is required to promote foreign investment into India.

"Without Japan, India is incomplete and without India, Japan is incomplete", he said.

According to him, the coming together of Japan's hardware skills and India's software expertise can create miracle.

Highlights
Modi urges Japanese corporate czars to invest in India
Modi says he has replaced red tape with red carpet
India is a country of democracy, demography and demand
Modi government allowed FDI in railways, defence, insurance
India is ‘god gifted location’, says Modi
Country's GDP grew 5.7 percent in Q1
Without Japan, India is incomplete and without India, Japan is incomplete, says Modi

Travel across India for enhanced learning: Modi

Modi asked IT experts to step out of their rooms and travel across India to enhance their learning.

"You will learn as much outside your rooms as you will learn inside them," Modi said while speaking at the inauguration of TCS Japan Tech and Cultural Academy in Tokyo.

"I have a suggestion also- if you stay in India do not remain in TCS rooms daily. Take time out and travel across India," said a PMO tweet citing Modi whose Japan sojourn entered its fourth day on Tuesday.

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