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<strong>India</strong>-Arab nations keen to pave new path for economic ties

India-Arab nations keen to pave new path for economic ties

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Projects worth billions of dollars, notably in energy, railways and finance were discussed at the two-day India-Arab Partnership Conference that concluded here Thursday in what was the first engagement on this scale for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government with the 22-member Arab League.

India,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Arab Nations,   Economic Ties,  Arab League,   Commerce Minister,   Nirmala Sitharaman ,  
India's tablet market clocks strongest growth in Q3: IDC

India's tablet market clocks strongest growth in Q3: IDC

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Fuelled by festive buying and strengthening commercial demand, India's tablet market reported its strongest third quarter growth so far during July-September 2014, said a report by International Data Corporation (IDC) on Friday.

Festive buying Commercial demand,   India tablet market,   International Data Corporation,   IDC,   Tablet sales,  
'<strong>India</strong> well-positioned to attract international investments'

'India well-positioned to attract international investments'

28 Nov 2014

Singapore: India is well-positioned to attract investments from the likes of Japan, US, Europe and even China given its geographical location, size of domestic market and relatively lower cost structure, a Singapore minister said on Friday.

India,   Japan,   US,   Europe,   China,   Singapore,   Make In India,   Swacch Bharat,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   S Iswaran,  
Modi government is 'right reactionary': CPI

Modi government is 'right reactionary': CPI

28 Nov 2014

Ludhiana: Communist Party of India (CPI) former Secretary General A B Bardhan on Friday described Prime Minister Narendra Modi led central government as 'right reactionary'.

Communist Party of India,   CPI,   Secretary General,   A B Bardhan,   Narendra Modi,   Arun Jaitley,   CPI leader,  
Efforts on to reduce dependence on foreign defence equipment: Manohar Parrikar

Efforts on to reduce dependence on foreign defence equipment: Manohar Parrikar

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: With 40 percent of defence procurement still coming from abroad, government on Friday said it is working to boost indigenous manufacturing capacity to reduce dependence on foreign supplies. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar also informed the Lok Sabha that it would not be economical to manufacture certain defence equipment items.

Manohar Parrikar,   Defence Minister,   foreign defence equipment,   India defence equipment manufacturing capacity,   Lok Sabha,  
US welcomes historic WTO deal with <strong>India</strong> on board

US welcomes historic WTO deal with India on board

28 Nov 2014

Washington: The US has welcomed the World Trade Organization reaching as historic multilateral trade deal with India on board after months of deadlock with New Delhi standing firm on its food security programme.

World Trade Organisation,   WTO,  Trade Facilitation Agreement,   TFA,   Geneva,   Bali agreement,  US,   India,   Michael Froman,  
<strong>India</strong> should not have cancelled talks: Nawaz Sharif

India should not have cancelled talks: Nawaz Sharif

28 Nov 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said India should not have cancelled the Foreign Secretary-level talks, insisting that there was "nothing new" in consulting Kashmiri leaders ahead of a dialogue.

Nawaz Sharif,   Pakistan,   India,   PM Narendra Modi,   Kashmir,   Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh,   Indo-Pak,  
Phillip Hughes death casts doubts on first <strong>India</strong>-Australia Test

Phillip Hughes death casts doubts on first India-Australia Test

28 Nov 2014

Melbourne: The shocking death of batsman Phillip Hughes on Thursday has cast doubts on whether the first Test between Australia and India will go ahead in Brisbane next week.

Philip Hughes,   Phillip's death,   first India-Australia Test,   cricket,   sports,   ,  
40 Indian prisoners released from Karachi jail

40 Indian prisoners released from Karachi jail

28 Nov 2014

Karachi: Pakistan on Friday released 40 Indian prisoners, including fishermen, from a jail here, officials said.

India,   Pakistan,  Karachi Jail,   SAARC,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Pakistan Prime Minister,   Nawaz Sharif,  Edhi Foundation charity,   Wagah Border,   Lahore ,  
Rs 100 trillion market capitilisation reflection of <strong>India</strong> as new age powerhouse:BSE

Rs 100 trillion market capitilisation reflection of India as new age powerhouse:BSE

28 Nov 2014

Mumbai: As market value of BSE-listed firms crossed Rs 100-trillion landmark, the exchange said it is a reflection of India's potential as a new age powerhouse and many more such milestones can be achieved in times to come.

Bombay Stock Exchange,   BSE,   SAARC,   Narendra Modi,   Australia,   G 20,   Myanmar,   Fiji,   Ashishkumar Chauhan,  

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