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‘Sweden-ing’ India’s vision for the long-haul economy 18.4.2018 Hindu: Home
Nordic nation makes strong pitch to ramp up investments
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India, Sweden to cooperate in trade and investment, health 17.4.2018 General News
India and Sweden on Tuesday agreed to deepen their collaboration in trade and investment and health sectors respectively.In trade and investment, the two countries will encourage trade and facilitate investment in both directions, such as Sweden's investment in India through 'Invest India' and Indian investment in Sweden through 'Business Sweden', according to a statement by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).Both sides will encourage the work of the India-Sweden Business Leaders Round Table (ISBLRT) to further strengthen India-Sweden business cooperation within inter-alia smart cities, digitisation, skills development and defence, and to move its relations, ideas, partnerships and recommendations forward.In health, New Delhi and Stockholm will enhance collaboration on the priority issues such as health research, pharmacovigilance and anti-microbial resistance, under the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the field of healthcare and public health.The agreements signed above are .
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India, Sweden agree upon ‘win-win’ joint action plan 17.4.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
Modi underlines new defence production opportunities
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Will collaborate with India on flagship initiatives: Sweden PM 17.4.2018 General News
In an endeavour to further deepen the bilateral ties between the two countries, Sweden said on Tuesday that the country will collaborate with India on its flagship schemes such as Make in India, Smart Cities Mission, Startup India and Digital India.In a joint statement here, Sweden Prime Minister Stefan Lofven commended the Indian government for its strong focus on innovation and has termed the initiatives as keys to progress and prosperity for India.Further speaking on innovation partnership between New Delhi and Stockholm, Lofven said, "Sweden will provide 50 million kronas (approx. Rs 40 crore) for innovation corporation with India for the Smart Cities project and for achieving sustainable development. This will also help to facilitate job creation."He lauded India for taking steps for its unprecedented economic transformation in terms of manufacturing and digital development.The Swedish Prime Minister added that a joint action plan has been signed between India and Sweden, wherein
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Major accident averted as fire breaks out in hospital 16.4.2018 General News
A major accident was averted due to timely action when a fire broke out inside a store-room of a hospital in the Lal Kothi area here, an official said today. As many as 100 people, including patients, were evacuated after the fire broke out at the store-room on the second floor of the Jaipur Hospital late last night, Extinguisher Officer, Jaipur Municipal Corporation, Jalaj Ghasiya said, adding that eight fire tenders were rushed to douse the fire. Hospital officials said the staff, along with fire officials, took the patients to a safe location. The critically-ill among them will be shifted to another hospital, they added. Several ambulances from across the city were pressed into service, police said, adding that no loss of life was reported due to timely action and evacuation.
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Nordic competencies fit well with our vision for India's transformation: Modi 16.4.2018 The Assam Tribune
Nordic competencies fit well with our vision for India's transformation: Modi
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Business on mind, PM Modi embarks on five-day tri-nation European trip 16.4.2018 Zee News : India National
The Prime Minister will visit Sweden, United Kingdom and Germany. 
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Film from Bengaluru 'Red' wins Golden Eye Award in Drishti 2017 14.4.2018 Cinema-Showbiz
English film 'Red, produced by Vignesh Priyadarshan of Bengaluru, has won the Drishti 2017 Golden Eye award. The Silver Eye went to the film 'Chalo Netrdaan Kare produced by Suhail Umri and his team of Agra.
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Taj city fumes without power, water 48 hours after storm 13.4.2018 General News
Even though the Taj city is limping back to normalcy nearly 48 hours after a devastating storm and heavy showers lashed Agra, many areas continue to remain dark on Friday, as power lines and transformers are still being refixed.
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IMC-2018 promises to be one of the biggest TMT & ICT summits in the world 13.4.2018 Govt of india: PIB
The India Mobile Congress (IMC) today announced the initial details of the India Mobile Congress 2018, including exhibitors, sponsors, programmes and activities planned for the annual mobile industry event.
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Geopolitics won't hamper ties with India: Taiwan trade body chief 10.4.2018 General News
Taiwan's policy to engage with India has nothing to do with geopolitical considerations and will not be affected by China's view, chief of Taiwan's main trade promotion body said here today as he pushed for more bilateral investment and cultural exchanges. Taiwan is a sensitive issue for China, which claims the cash-rich island as its territory and a part of "one China". James Huang, Chairman of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) said, "India is important to us in terms of trade and investment. We didn't pay enough attention to India in the past." Asked if Taiwan's growing affinity towards India will irk China, he said, "I can't dictate what Beijing wants to say or how they (China) see things in this part of the world." India has no formal diplomatic relations with Taiwan. The de facto Indian mission in Taipei is the India-Taipei Association and the Taiwanese maintain the Taipei Economic Cultural Centre in New Delhi. Beijing opposes any official contact between ...
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India has undertaken most comprehensive, planned urbanisation prog: Puri 9.4.2018 General News
Union minister Hardeep Singh Puri today said that India has undertaken the most comprehensive and planned urbanisation programme in the world. Addressing a Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) event here, Puri said till 2030, 700 to 900 million sq metres of urban space would have to be developed every year in order to accommodate 40 per cent of the total Indian populations that is expected to be based out of the urban areas. The housing and urban affairs minister said by 2030, cities would contribute to around 66 per cent of the country's GDP and close to 90 per cent of tax collection, according to a CII press release. Stating that the country has subjected its urban infrastructure to criminal neglect in the last 67 years, he said that the kind of planned urbanisation sought would not solely be decided by the Centre but the urban local bodies also need to be included in the planning and development.
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Centre commits Rs 2,070 cr under AMRUT for 31 Guj cities 5.4.2018 General News
The Centre has committed a sum of Rs 2,070 crore for the development of 31 cities in Gujarat under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) mission, Independent Rajya Sabha MP Parimal Nathwani said today. In a release issued today, he said the 31 cities included Ahmedabad, Dwarka, Jamnagar, Gandhinagar, Bhavnagar, Bhuj, Godhra, Porbandar, Rajkot, Surat and Vadodara. The issue was raised in the Rajya Sabha by Nathwani and he had sought a reply from Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Housing and Urban Affairs. In his reply, tabled in the House, Puri said that the Union government had committed financial assistance of Rs 35,989.70 crore for development of 500 cities nationwide under AMRUT, of which Rs 2,069.96 crore was for 31 cities in Gujarat. The total allocation for the 31 cities is Rs 4,884.42 crore, the reply stated, adding that the rest of the amount would be pooled in by the Gujarat government. It said that Rs ...
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Here's how BJP's flagship smart cities mission echoes failures of UPA govt 3.4.2018 Latest News
Launched in 2015, smart cities mission aims to create 100 smart cities, improve the quality of life for urban residents and steer India's rapid urbanisation
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No decision yet on legislation for 50 pc women's reservation in ULBs: Govt 27.3.2018 General News
No decision has been taken by the government on bringing in a central legislation to ensure 50 per cent reservation for women in urban local bodies (ULBs), Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri informed Parliament today. The minister's written remarks came in response to a query raised in the Lok Sabha. "No decision has been taken in this regard," Puri said. Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Tripura and Telangana have 50 per cent reservation for women in their ULBs, he added. To a separate query, Puri said the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd submitted a proposal on the Phase-IV to the ministry and appraisal of the same had started. "Since the proposal of the Phase-IV project has not yet been approved, the time for commissioning, completion, budget and source for funding cannot be given," he added. In May 2016, then minister for rural development, panchayati raj and .
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Public bike sharing to make its way into Warangal city 26.3.2018 Hindu: Home
‘Use of bicycles will reduce vehicular pollution considerably’
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Bapu ki Kutiya: The Elderly are Wanted 24.3.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Chhattisgarh's capital creates a caring environment for elderly people living in the city.
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Schneider Electric India’s commitment to making New India Energy Positive at the global tour of the Innovation Summit 22.3.2018 Projects Monitor

Schneider Electric India's commitment to making New India Energy Positive at the global tour of the Innovation Summit

The post Schneider Electric India’s commitment to making New India Energy Positive at the global tour of the Innovation Summit appeared first on India's first NewsPortal on Projects.

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Singapore, Paris are world's costliest cities, none from India in top-10 17.3.2018 Top Stories
Asia Pacific and European destinations dominated the ranks of costliest cities identified in the report released this week
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National Rental Policy likely to be out soon, consultations going on: Hardeep Puri 16.3.2018 General News
The government will soon release the draft National Urban Rental Policy after due consultation with the concerned ministries in the government, said Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of State with independent charge for Housing and Urban Affairs.
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