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Made-in-India health gear makes me feel optimistic: PM
“The initial gains make me optimistic,” Modi said referring to Make-in-India initiatives in the healthcare sector in his address to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS), virtually inaugurating its silver-jubilee celebrations from Delhi.
Forces must shun imports, go for ‘Make In India’, says General Bipin Rawat
“We are not expeditionary forces that have to deploy around the gl...
PM seeks discussion on telemedicine, tech tools in healthcare
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday sought a discussion on advances in telem...
Hyundai Motor exports over 5k units in May
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) on Saturday said it has exported over 5,000 units this month after resuming production at its Chennai-based plant on May 8.
India set to make PDS location independent: NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant at UN forum
Addressing the special event on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Acceleration Actions on the margins of 2020 High-Level Political Forum on Tuesday, Amitabh Kant said collective action through international cooperation is more relevant and important than ever before in these truly unprecedented times.
Govt's 'Make in India' initiative is unlikely to help the semiconductor production value chain
India’s manufacturing industry does rely heavily on imported components, including semiconductors, smartphone screens, LED screens, sensors and so on.
Mining reforms will pave the way for economic growth: Director General, Geological Survey of India
The process of commercialization would increase competition and addition and adoption of state-of-art technologies would become the order of the day in the mining sector.
View: In an increasingly selfish world, self-reliance is the only route for India
History may or may not repeat itself this year. The global war against what Boris Johnson described as the “devilish illness” may be another transformative moment. Alternatively, it could be — to borrow historian A J P Taylor’s phrase — another “turning point” when “history refused to turn”.
Self-regulate OTT platforms: Piyush Goyal to industry
“I support creative expression (but) there is a lot of misinformation there and poor portrayal of India and Indian society,” Goyal said at the Ficci Frames e-event. His statement assumes significance in the wake of the government’s proposal of an institutional self-regulatory model similar to traditional media, that was rejected by most online video streaming platforms.
View: Why attempts to restrict Chinese imports may backfire
Cutting off or reducing trade and similar economic actions can have a punitive effect only if the country adopting these measures has sufficient economic clout. The US economic embargo, for instance, has caused serious damage to the Iranian economy. The ground reality is very different insofar as Indo-China economic relations are concerned.
Global brands confident of Indian consumers' loyalty despite PM Modi's local pitch
Global brands dominate Indian market in most categories and there are few local alternatives.
HAL may enter as government revisits Navy chopper plan
The Rs 21,000-crore plan to manufacture naval utility helicopters in partnership with a foreign vendor has been in the works for over a year and important decisions on going to the next step of technical evaluation have to be taken shortly.
Vocal for local: Enhanced value addition norms soon
The exercise comes at a time when India is taking a relook at its trade strategy with China as its imports remain manufacturing intensive and is dominated by electronics, telecom and electrical equipment, along with pharmaceuticals.
Bombardier bags rolling stock deal for Delhi-Meerut RRTS corridor
“Bombardier emerged as the L1bidder in the tender, with its price bid of Rs 2,577 crore, which, among other costs, includes the procurement and maintenance cost of rolling stock for 15 years,” said an official at NCRTC.
Don't need China or Chinese investments: Nitin Gadkari
Gadkari’s statement assumes significance after India said that it will not allow Chinese companies to participate in highways projects, including those through joint ventures, amid the stand-off with China at the line of actual control in Ladakh.