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<strong>India</strong> to become third largest auto manufacturer by 2020: Ford

India to become third largest auto manufacturer by 2020: Ford

29 Mar 2015

Coimbatore: India's automotive industry is expected to reach 7 million vehicles milestone by 2020, making the country the third-largest auto manufacturer in the world, behind the US and China, a top official at Ford Motor has said.

India,   India third largest auto manufacturer,   third largest auto manufacturer,   auto manufacturer,   Ford,   GDP ,  
Ahead of PM Modi's visit, <strong>India</strong> holds 'Make in <strong>India</strong>' fortnight in Germany

Ahead of PM Modi's visit, India holds 'Make in India' fortnight in Germany

29 Mar 2015

Frankfurt: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Germany next month, a ‘Make in India’ fortnight has been held near here which included a series of events highlighting initiatives to make India a preferred investment destination.

PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   Make in India,   Germany,   Modi Germany Visit,  
Blackmoney: Swiss banks seek fresh undertakings from Indians

Blackmoney: Swiss banks seek fresh undertakings from Indians

29 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Seeking to come clean on illicit funds amid intense government pressure, Swiss banks have asked their Indian clients to provide fresh undertakings to ensure that untaxed money is not stashed in their accounts.

Black Money,   Swiss Bank,   Swiss accounts,   Switzerland,   India,  
Delhi's Aditi Arya crowned fbb Femina Miss <strong>India</strong> World 2015

Delhi's Aditi Arya crowned fbb Femina Miss India World 2015

29 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Delhi girl Aditi Arya was crowned fbb Femina Miss India World 2015 at a glittering ceremony at Yashraj Studios here. Afreen Racheal Vaz was adjudged first runner-up while Vartika Singh second runner up at the grand finale of 52nd year of fbb Femina Miss India, which took place late on Sunday.

Femina Miss India World 2015,   Aditi Arya,   Afreen Racheal Vaz,   Vartika Singh,   Yashraj Studios,   fbb Femina Miss India,  
SEBI to keep earnings call information out of disclosure norms ambit

SEBI to keep earnings call information out of disclosure norms ambit

29 Mar 2015

New Delhi: As it firmed up a stringent disclosure regime for listed companies, SEBI has decided not to make them disclose details about their earnings calls and future income prospects apprehending that such information would be prone to misuse.

SEBI,   disclosure regime,   disclosure norms ,   Securities and Exchange Board of India,   Indian Economy,  
<strong>India</strong> deeply valued Lee's friendship and his support: PM Modi

India deeply valued Lee's friendship and his support: PM Modi

29 Mar 2015

Singapore: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday lauded Singapore's founder and first premier Lee Kuan Yew as a "global thinker" and said India deeply valued his friendship and his support for its economic progress.

PM Modi,   Modi Singapore visit,   Modi in Singapore,   Narendra Modi,   Lee funeral,   Lee Kuan Yew,  
RBI to soon issue norms for Central Fraud Registry: Mundra

RBI to soon issue norms for Central Fraud Registry: Mundra

29 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Reserve Bank has almost finalised the structure of Central Fraud Registry and will soon come up with guidelines to enable quick sharing of information about unscrupulous borrowers and help banks fight bad loans.

RBI,   SS Mundra,   Reserve Bank of India,   RBI,   Central Fraud Registry,   ,  
<strong>India</strong>-Israel Forum making remarkable progress

India-Israel Forum making remarkable progress

28 Mar 2015

Coimbatore: The India-Israel Forum, founded by Tel Aviv University, Israel, seven years ago was making remarkable progress in promoting links between the two countries in the business and academic spheres and also in the area of post-graduate education, Prof Joseph Klafter, President of the University said on Saturday.

India Israel Forum,   Tel Aviv University,   India Israel relations,   India Israel ties ,  
Horses, rhinos originated in <strong>India</strong>: Study

Horses, rhinos originated in India: Study

28 Mar 2015

Washington: Horses and rhinos likely originated in the Indian subcontinent, over 54 million years ago, according to a new study.

Horses,   rhinos,   tapirs,   Arabian Peninsula,  
Disappointed with <strong>India</strong> for voting against gay rights: US

Disappointed with India for voting against gay rights: US

28 Mar 2015

Washington: The US has voiced its disappointment with India for voting against the benefits of same-sex partners at the UN. Addressing the gathering at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, US Ambassador to India Richard Verma talked about Strategic Plus Partnership between India and the US but maintained that it was not always that the two countries need to agree with each other.

Richard Verma,   India and US,   Indo US ties,   India aspiration,   leading power,   India constructive leadership,  

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