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Government taking steps to improve ease of doing business: Kant

Government taking steps to improve ease of doing business: Kant

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The government is undertaking several initiatives to improve ease of doing business in the country to attract investments and create jobs, a top government official said.

Business,   Investments,   Jobs,   Indian economy,   FDI,  
 Government to seek foreign investment in railways

Government to seek foreign investment in railways

09 Jan 2014

New Delhi: India will soon invite foreign businesses to help expand its once-mighty but now outdated railways, government sources said, in a move that would mark the opening up of one of the country's last great state-controlled industries.

FDI,   FDI in railways,   FDI in Indian Railways,   FDI in India,   Foreign Direct Investment ,  
<strong>FDI</strong> in telecom jumps manifold to USD1.5 billion in April-May

FDI in telecom jumps manifold to USD1.5 billion in April-May

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: After registering a huge decline in the recent past, foreign direct investment in the telecom sector grew manifold to USD 1.5 billion in the first two-months of the 2014-15 fiscal.

FDI,   telecom,   Indian market,   investment,   hike,  
<strong>FDI</strong> hike would benefit <strong>Indian</strong> private non-life insurers: Moody's Investor Service

FDI hike would benefit Indian private non-life insurers: Moody's Investor Service

08 Jan 2015

Chennai: The increase in foreign direct investment (FDI) limit by 23 percent to 49 percent is expected to alleviate the capital pressure on Indian private non-life insurers, global credit rating agency Moody's Investor Service (MIS) said on Thursday.

Moody's Investor Service,   MIS,   foreign direct investment,   FDI,   Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India,   non-life insurers,   ,  
China Developing Long-range Bomber To Ramp Up Air Power

China Developing Long-range Bomber To Ramp Up Air Power

02 Sep 2016

Beijing: China is developing a new long-range bomber, the head of the Chinese air force was quoted as saying in state media on Friday, the latest move in its ambitious military modernisation programme.

China,   Long-range Bomber,   Air Power,   Beijing,   Chinese air force,   Ma Xiaotian,   aircraft carriers,   anti-satellite missiles,   South China Sea,   stealth fighters,  
India slips to seventh spot on <strong>FDI</strong> confidence index

India slips to seventh spot on FDI confidence index

03 Jun 2014

Washington: India has slipped to its lowest position in over a decade in the foreign direct investment confidence index, which has been topped by United States for the second year in a row, a study has showed.

India,   FDI,   Foreign Direct Investment,   FDI confidence index,   economy,   Indian economy ,  
Kingfisher, AI Express warned of action if no safety time-table

Kingfisher, AI Express warned of action if no safety time-table

06 Jan 2012

In an attempt to remind the Indian air carriers not to ‘compromise’ or take a ‘short-cut’ on safety, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation on Friday warned Air India Express  and Kingfisher Airlines of strict action if they fail to come up with a ‘specific and realistic’ time-table to meet all required safety measures.

DGCA on safety measures,   Indian air carriers,   debt-ridden Kingfisher ,  
Air India did not transfer profitable routes to private <strong>carriers</strong> in 3 years

Air India did not transfer profitable routes to private carriers in 3 years

10 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Air India has not transferred any route to private airlines in the last three years and the national carrier's liabilities have been on the rise, government said in Rajya Sabha on Tuesday.

Air India,   profitable routes,   private carriers,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju,  
<strong>Indian</strong> supermarket operators rally on <strong>FDI</strong> hopes

Indian supermarket operators rally on FDI hopes

05 Jul 2012

Retail stocks rallied after media reported the government may allow foreign investors to own majority stakes in domestic supermarkets and department stores after the Presidential elections on July 19.

FDI,   FDI in retail,   Supermarket operators,   Pantaloon shares,  
Google teams up with three wireless <strong>carriers</strong> to combat Apple Pay

Google teams up with three wireless carriers to combat Apple Pay

24 Feb 2015

San Francisco: Google is teaming up with three major US wireless carriers in an effort to prod more people into using its mobile wallet and undercut the rapid success of Apple's rival payment service.

Google,   Wireless carriers,   Mobile wallet,   Apple payment service,   Apple pay,   Digital payment service ,  

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