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  • Text of PM’s address at Destination Uttarakhand: Investors’ Summit 2018 on 7th October, 2018 - Govt of india: PIB    (2018-10-06T18:30:00Z)
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  • SEZ Policy Review Committee holds final meeting in New Delhi - Govt of india: PIB    (2018-10-04T18:30:00Z)
    The SEZ Policy Review Committee, headed by Baba Kalyani, met in New Delhi today. This was the final round of consultations with the committee members under the chairmanship of the Commerce Secretary. The group held its first meeting on 22nd June this year under the chairmanship of Commerce & Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu.
  • Man dies in Noida factory after workers switch on machine he was cleaning, mishap caught on camera - Zee News : India National    (2018-09-26T18:30:00Z)
    When Wajid was cleaning a big-size machine which has blades in it, someone accidentaly switched it on and he got sucked inside the machine. 
  • Dubai Group to set up base at JNPT-SEZ, Mumbai - Sify Finance    (2018-09-22T18:30:00Z)
    In a boost to the port-led industrialization policy, the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust-Special Economic Zone (JNPT-SEZ) has leased a 44-acre plot to Hindustan Infralog Pvt. Ltd., the Indian arm of Dubai-based DP World, for Rs 566.3 crore, an official said here on Saturday.
  • 'Government to be tough against crime in name of freedom' - Sify News    (1969-12-31T18:30:00Z)
    [Nepal], Sept 22 (RSS/ANI): Nepal Government spokesperson and Minister for Information and Communication Technology, Gokul Prasad Baskota, has said the government will be tougher against incidents
  • CPEC to have two major dimensions - Sify News    (1969-12-31T18:30:00Z)
    [Pakistan], Sep 10 (ANI): Pakistan and China, in a four hour meeting on Sunday led by Minister for Planning Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar and vice-chairman of National Development and Reforms Commission
  • Simplex Project likely to be blacklisted - Manipur: E-Pao    (2018-09-04T18:30:00Z)
    Simplex Project likely to be blacklisted
  • Pakistan PM Imran Khan calls for expanding bilateral cooperation with Japan - Zee News : World    (2018-08-30T18:30:00Z)
    The Prime Ministers Office said in a statement that PM Imran Khan has extended invitation to Japanese PM Shinzo Abe to visit Pakistan.
  • Domestic Solar Power Industry - Govt of india: PIB    (2018-08-08T18:30:00Z)
    Solar tariffs in India saw the lowest ever level of Rs.2.44 per unit in reverse auctions carried out by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) in May 2017 for 200 MW and again twice in July, 2018, for 600 MW in each instance.
  • Multi Drug Resistant TB population in India - Govt of india: PIB    (2018-08-06T18:30:00Z)
    As per Global TB report 2017, estimated number of Multi Drug Resistant (MDR) TB patients are 6,01,000 globally, of which 147000 (1/4th) are estimated from India.   Bedaquiline drug was introduced in India in 2016 under conditional access programme for selective group of the Multi drug resistant TB patients based on drug sensitivity results of second line anti TB drugs.
  • Adani Ports Q1 profit falls 9% to Rs 697 crore - DNA: Bangalore    (2018-08-05T18:30:00Z)
    Adani Ports Q1 profit falls 9% to Rs 697 crore
  • Bellandur residents want water, road, lake and garbage problems fixed in time-bound manner - Citizen Matters    (2018-07-24T18:30:00Z)
    Garbage, footpath, roads - problems are present everywhere. Tired of this, residents are asking the government to fix it, and have said if not, they will fight it out legally. »
  • SEZ rules to be aligned with GST laws by month-end: Official - Sify Finance    (2018-07-24T18:30:00Z)
    The Special Economic Zones (SEZ) Rules, 2006 will be aligned with the Goods and Services Tax (GST) laws by July-end, a senior official said on Tuesday.
  • India, Rwanda sign pacts; New Delhi extends $200 million credit lines - Central Chronicle    (2018-07-23T18:30:00Z)
    Kigali (Rawanda), India and Rwanda signed eight agreements on Monday late evening under which New Delhi will be extending $200 million lines of credit to Rwanda. Following delegation-level talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Rwandan President Paul Kagame, the Indian side extended two Lines of Credit of 100 million US dollars each  one for [&]
  • India extends $ 200 million credit lines to Rwanda, announces new diplomatic mission - Sify Finance    (2018-07-23T18:30:00Z)
    India has extended lines of credit (LoCs) worth $200 million to Rwanda as Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the first Indian diplomatic mission will be opened in the East African nation.
  • Indians abroad are 'rashtradoots': PM Modi - Sify News    (1969-12-31T18:30:00Z)
    [Rwanda], Jul 24 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday hailed the Indian diaspora living outside India as 'rashtradoots' or ambassadors for the country.
  • India extends $200 mn credit line to Rwanda - Sify News    (1969-12-31T18:30:00Z)
    [Rwanda], Jul 24 (ANI): India on Monday extended two lines of credit to Rwanda to the tune of USD 200 million.
  • PM Modi to attend BRICS Summit in South Africa next week; to also visit Rwanda, Uganda - DNA: Top News    (2018-07-19T18:30:00Z)
     Prime Minister Narendra Modi will next week visit Rwanda and Uganda before heading to South Africa to attend the BRICS Summit during which key global issues, including international peace and security, are expected to be discussed. The prime minister, who will visit the three countries from June 23-27, will first stop in Rwanda for a two-day "historic" visit, the first by an Indian premier, T S Tirumurti, secretary (Economic Relations) in the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), told reporters at a briefing here. He will then head to Uganda on July 24 and from there to South Africa. Modi will attend the 10th addition of the BRICS Summit in Johannesburg during which the grouping's leaders are expected to deliberate on global hot-spot issues, international peace and security, global governance and trade issues among others, Tirumurti said. On the sidelines of the summit, the prime minister is also expected to meet some leaders bilaterally, he said. Asked if there would be a bilateral meeting between Prime ...
  • Pak to pay additional charge for CPEC - Sify News    (1969-12-31T18:30:00Z)
    [Pakistan], Jul 20 (ANI): The people of Pakistan, including Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and Gilgit-Baltistan, would have to pay an additional charge for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
  • Duty on Chinese solar cells may not lead to tariff hikes - DNA: Mumbai    (2018-07-17T18:30:00Z)
    The move by Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR) recommending a hike in safeguard duty on Chinese and Malaysian solar cells to 25% from the earlier 15% has left domestic solar panel producers in a state of confusion. At the same time, industry officials aver that an immediate increase in solar tariffs is unlikely. The order proposes to have a safeguard duty on the imported solar cells for a period of two years. In the first year, 25% safeguard duty could be imposed, followed by 20% during the first six months of the second year and 15% in the subsequent six months. The demand for such a levy was made as domestic solar modules are 8-10% costlier than the imported ones, which is a major deterrent for local producers to compete in the international markets. Having a safeguard duty will give a competitive edge to domestic players. However, among the confusions that have immediately arisen are the levy of the same on solar modules being manufactured in the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) within India, ...
  • Chennai Buzz: Updates on plastic ban, new sewage well in Besant Nagar and more - Citizen Matters, Chennai    (2018-07-08T18:30:00Z)
    Had a very busy week? Weren't able to catch all the news from your city? Never too late. Here's our quick wrap of some interesting headlines from the week gone by. »
  • Govt should exempt solar units under SEZ from safeguard duty - DNA: Bangalore    (2018-07-08T18:30:00Z)
    Govt should exempt solar units under SEZ from safeguard duty
  • China must reduce Myanmarese bias to its projects - Sify News    (1969-12-31T18:30:00Z)
    [Myanmar], June 28 (ANI): The public in Myanmar has a strong general bias against foreign investment in the natural resource sector, a new research has warned, and added that China's Belt and Road
  • Indian envoys to study State programmes - Hindu: Home    (2018-06-26T18:30:00Z)
    MEA sponsored scheme to promote Indian States abroad
  • Group of Eminent Personalities to study the SEZ Policy holds its first meeting. - Govt of india: PIB    (2018-06-24T18:30:00Z)
    The group of eminent personalities constituted by the Government of India to study the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) Policy of India held its first meeting on 22nd June under the aegis of Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation, Suresh Prabhu.


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