India’s GDP growth will dip to 6.5 per cent in 2016-2017 from 7.6 per cent in the previous financial year, but rebound to between 6.75 per cent and 7.5 per …Read More
Amid criticism from some sections about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s travels to foreign countries, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has said that the last two years have brought around $55 …Read More
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It promises to be a diplomatic blockbuster. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s maiden visit to the US is bristling with new possibilities for rejuvenating and revitalising what US President Barack Obama has famously called “the defining partnership of the 21st century.” Prime Minister Modi’s visit is being closely tracked by hundreds of adrenalin-charged journalists and will be monitored the world over, with speculation swirling about possible outcomes which could impact not just bilateral ties, but the shifting international order. Amid all this feverish chatter and inspired guesswork, Ronen Sen, India’s former ambassador to the US, clears a lot of clutter and provides insights into the significance of the forthcoming prime ministerial trip to New York and Washington.Read More
B for Business, and India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi surely means business as he braces to unleash a charm offensive at a breakfast with top American CEOs in New York.
In his forthcoming visit, business diplomacy will be high on Mr Modi’s agenda as he looks to drum up support from corporate America for partnering in his development agenda for India.
Making India a more business-friendly nation has been a key priority for the new administration in Delhi, and this attitude will be showcased to America’s corporate elite.
Before he heads to Washington for his first meeting with US President Barack Obama, it will be business from the word go as Modi is scheduled to meet a select group of 10 American CEOs for a breakfast meeting in New York.Read More