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Modi may exhort states to work with Centre at NITI meet

Modi may exhort states to work with Centre at NITI meet

Prime Minister Narendra Modi islikely to impress upon states to follow Centre's policies forrapid development and high economic growth at the thirdmeeting of the NITI Aayog's Governing Council on July 30. Money Control, 1 week ago
Modi wants to reach hoi polloi with Reforms 2.0 The Financial Chronicle, 22 hours ago

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Green signal for setting up Sagarmala Development Company

The Union government cleared a plan to set up Sagarmala Development Company (SDC) to provide equity support to port-led economic development projects, with an initial authorised share capital of Rs 1...
 The Hindu4 days ago Nod to Sagarmala Dev Co with Rs 1,000 cr authorised share cap  Business Standard5 days ago Govt approves SPV for Sagarmala project  Deccan Herald4 days ago Nod to SDC with Rs 1,000 cr authorised share cap  The Financial Chronicle4 days ago

Romer to succeed Basu as World Bank chief economist

He takes over the coveted job at a time when the world, including developing economies, is facing slowing growth, rising commodity prices and ballooning debt. The World Bank is set to appoint Paul Romer, left, a New York University professor and economist, as the chief economist when Kaushik Basu’s term ends next week, The Wall Street Journal has reported on Saturday. Romer is also a director of the Marron Institute of Urban Management, said his website. He is the founding director of a ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago World Bank confirms NYU's Paul Romer as next chief economist  Money Control6 days ago World Bank seen naming NYU's Romer as next chief economist - sources  Sify1 week ago

Indians most open to using self-driving cars

Survey finds reluctance to use such cars in developed economies Tired of having to drive on congested roads and go through the hassles of finding a parking spot, 85 per cent Indians who responded to a survey said they were willing to ride in self-driving vehicles, higher than any other country. According to a report prepared by the Boston Consulting Group in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, high traffic congestion, poor roads and high accident rates were the prime reasons why ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

CBI recovers Rs. 1.94 crore in DA case against SEZ Development Commissioner

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday registered a case against then Development Commissioner, Special Economic Zone, Surat (presently posted as Development Commissioner, Mangalore SEZ), and his wife for alleged possession of ...
 Business Standard1 week ago CBI recovers cash of Rs. 1.94 crore in disproporationate assets case against SEZ Development Commissioner  The Hindu1 week ago
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ADB trims developing Asia growth forecast; India on track

ADB today marginally cut economic growth projection for Asia and Pacific region for 2016, though India is likely to meet 7.4 per cent and 7.8 per cent growth forecast for this and the following year. Asian Development Bank said it has cut its 2016 growth ...
 Business Line1 week ago

Industry experts develop mobile apps to enhance security

Taiwan's top-tier technology research firm Industrial Economics and Knowledge (IEK) has developed mobile apps that can enhance the functions of existing apps, including improved security. Professor Chiueh Tzi-cker, chief researcher at the IEK, ...
 Radio Taiwan International1 week ago Mobile apps industry to make positive impact on economy  Deccan Herald1 week ago

Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship important: Prez

Underlining that Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) is "extremely important" for India's socio-economic development of India, President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday congratulated it for its achievements in a short span of time. The ...
 SME Times1 week ago
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Africa: Why Green Industrialization Makes Sense for Africa(Economic Commission for Africa)

Lusaka — Africa will need a major re-design of growth strategies across the continent in order achieve its development goals says the Government of Zambia. Speaking during the launch seminar of the Economic Report on Africa 2016: Greening ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago African Development Bank launches energy plan  IOL Business Report1 week ago African countries should direct economic growth to new sectors  Prokerala2 days ago Africa: AU Says Trade, Industry Critical for Africa's Development  AllAfrica.com1 week ago

Sri Lanka ex-President's brother arrested over fraud

Former Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa's brother, former Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa was arrested by investigators on Monday over the misappropriation of funds amounting to millions, the police said.Rajapaksa appeared before the ...
 Prokerala1 week ago Former Lankan president's brother hospitalized following remand  Sify5 days ago US vows to assist Sri Lanka in addressing development challenges  Sify1 week ago Mahinda Rajapaksa’s brother held for ‘fraud’  Asian Age6 days ago
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