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Arun Jaitley to begin 2-day visit to Dhaka tomorrow

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will begin a two-day visit to Dhaka from tomorrow during which a pact on bilateral investment promotion and protection is likely to be signed.Besides, "a Dollar Credit Line Agreement between the Government of the People's ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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India seeks to achieve bilateral trade target of 30 bn USD with Russian Far East by 2025: Sushma

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday said there is a need for enhancing trade, commerce and investment with the Russian Far East to achieve the target of 30 billion U.S. Dollars, set for bilateral trade, by the year 2025. "The Russian Far East ...
 Sify1 month ago
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India, Japan agree to further intensify strategic ties

India and Japan today inked 15 agreements to further broad-based their strategic partnership and agreed to strengthen cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region where China is increasing its assertiveness. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago 'It's a beginning of new era for Japan-India relationship'  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Modi, Putin discuss trade, bilateral ties in Xiamen

Xiamen (China): Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a bilateral meeting here on Monday with trade and investment, natural gas, tourism and youth exchanges featuring in their discussions. The two leaders, who met on the ...
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India approves $4.5 bn Line of Credit to Bangladesh

Dhaka, Oct 4 (IANS) India on Wednesday approved a massive $4.5 billion Line of Credit to Bangladesh for funding infrastructure projects, including shipping, ports, roads and power. "Witnessed signing of $4.5 billion line of credit line from India to ...
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Why this photo irritates the Chinese

China sees India and Japan's 'North East Road Network Connectivity Improvement Project' as a challenge to its OBOR, says Rajaram Panda. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra D Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe after the groundbreaking ceremony for the high-speed bullet train project in Ahmedabad, September 14, 2017. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters China is irked at the growing bonhomie between India and Japan. This became demonstrably clear when China expressed its discomfort by reacting to ...
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India, Belarus sign 10 pacts to expand cooperation

New Delhi: India and Belarus today inked 10 pacts to expand cooperation in a range of areas and decided to explore joint development and manufacturing in the defence sector. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Belarus President A G Lukashenko, who held extensive ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago

Putin hails direct dialogue between BRICS and business community

[China], September 4 (ANI): Russian President Vladimir Putin said direct dialogue between the BRICS leadership and the private sector is highly relevant and allows the grouping to discuss at length issues of economic cooperation. Hailing the successful ...
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The winners and losers in Trump's Afghan strategy

'Delhi has identified itself with Trump's Afghan strategy whereas the Chinese stance is calibrated -- observant and objective, keeping a distance,' says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. New Delhi and Beijing are the only two regional capitals that have commented on US President Donald J Trump's speech on August 21 outlining the way forward in Afghanistan. The Indian foreign ministry statement was effusive in praise while the Chinese statement has been one of cautious and guarded hope. Delhi has ...
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Why the neglect of exports must end soon

It is mind-boggling to find our prime minister putting exports on the back-burner, says Jayanta Roy. Image: The 'Make In India' week was held with great fanfare in Mumbai in February 2016. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters There is euphoria in India about a growth rate of over 7 per cent. There are a lot of suggestions for creating jobs. But there is total silence on revival of the lost export momentum. Export growth is necessary for sustaining high growth and to create jobs in ...
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