MAKE IN INDIA
Customs regime may be tweaked to boost make in India, exports
Government could soon revamp its customs duty regime with focus on exemptions and inverted duty structures.
Modi and Trump can make US-India relationship work : Mike Pompeo
If we can focus on the big opportunities, we can grow our two economies and ...
'30% of startups working on defence projects are from Bengaluru'
"The ideas will be converted into technology, which will give us a product. ...
Flex opens 4th manufacturing facility in India
Spanning 1.59 lakh sq. ft, the facility will further expand Flex’s manufacturing operations in India.
Defence modernisation: Government priority needs to be on Make in India
The next defence minister of India needs to smoothen out the wrinkles and get the engine going.
Government supports local suppliers for public procurement orders
Central agencies told to drop restrictive, discriminatory criteria from tenders against domestic companies.
'SAIL supplied special-quality steel for Chandrayaan-2'
Earlier also, SAIL collaborated with ISRO to provide quality steel for the country's prestigious and indigenous space missions.
How to make rural India switch to cleaner cookstoves
Three billion people still rely on traditional cookstoves that use solid fuels such as wood or coal, according to researchers from the Duke University in the US.
Defence Ministry’s awards for private sector too
The Raksha Mantri’s Awards for Excellence had been reserved only for state-owned companies in the past.
India is a very important part of Amazon's mission: Amit Agarwal
Success in India will not only drive e-commerce growth, but also a big role in growing the SME base.
Importance of LCA programme as flagship for 'Make in India' stressed
The road map and timelines for Tejas capability enhancement and measures to step up its production were also discussed at the conference.
IAF pushes Rs 1.5 lakh crore ‘Make In India’ deals for 170 aircraft
The IAF is finalising two long-pending mega ‘Make in India’ projects worth about Rs 1.5 lakh crore ($22 billion). But while the project for 56 medium transport aircraft by the Tata-Airbus consortium is set to take off this year, the much bigger one for 114 fighter jets will take several years to reach that stage.
TV companies may stop making in India, turn to zero-duty FTA imports
Import of finished TV sets from countries with which India has FTA leads to net savings of around 5%.
Coming soon: Nokia 9 PureView with a five camera module will make its India debut
The device was first launched at the Mobile World Congress 2019 in February.
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