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Indigenisation of naval equipment in over 15 years: Rajnath
According to Singh, a conscious decision was taken to encourage shipyards, public and private, to start warship construction and the response had been encouraging.
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Finance ministry scraps import duty on open cell LED TV panel
The open cell LED TV panel is the most critical component used in LED TV manufacturing accounting for 65-70% of the total production cost.
Let your idea have that Eureka! moment
Eureka! is one of the most popular International Business Model competition held by the entrepreneurship cell of IIT Bombay.
How mobile manufacturing made the most of 'Make in India'
The industry has grown by leaps and bounds in the last five years and currently employs 6.7 lakh people.
Railways to pay passengers using plastic bottle crushers at stations
In his Independence Day speech, Modi had appealed to the nation to eliminate single-use plastic and find alternatives to plastic water bottles on a priority basis.
Apple makes strong India bid with disruptive streaming service at Rs 99, slashing iPhone XR prices
The tech giant has lowered the price of iPhone XR, its highest selling model in India and globally, to Rs 49,900.
Make in India plan in works to attract medical device companies
Niti Aayog, the government’s think tank, has started work on the plan, which comes as the US spars with India over price curbs imposed on medical devices to make them affordable.
Regulators must remain independent, but play role to build markets: Amitabh Kant
"As a policymaker, my view is that all of us as policymakers and regulators, we should continue to strive to make India easy, simple and make it grow," NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said.
Should G-7 be expanded to include India?
When asked whether India would like to join the Group of industrialised nations if it is expanded from G-7, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday evaded a direct reply.
Stay committed to Make in India, Samsung told
Samsung informed that it can start LED TV panel and TV set production at its Chennai plant only if the govt scraps the customs duty on open cell panels.
Russia to push for final orders in $1-billion Kamov light copters at Modi-Putin talks next month
Russia will press India for early placement of final orders for 200 Kamov KA-226 light utility helicopters under a $1 billion joint manufacturing deal.
Global suppliers to railways have to 'Make in India'
The railway ministry is planning to standardise tender norms for rolling stock to create a level-playing field for local and global players.
Modi has a message for 'growth ambassadors', 'tax black sheep': 10 key highlights from PM's interview
PM reassured all honest and law-abiding businesses that govt will make all possible effort to end the tax terrorism.
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