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India needs $ 4.5 trn by 2040 to develop infrastructure
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India needs $ 4.5 trillion by 2040 to develop Infra: Economic ...

India will need about USD 4.5 trillion in the next 25 years for infrastructure development, of which it will be able to garner about USD 3.9 trillion, the Economic Survey said. "The Global Infrastructure Outlook reflects that rising income levels and economic ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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WEF ranks India at 62nd place on Inclusive Development Index, below Pak

India was today ranked at the 62nd place among emerging economies on an Inclusive Development Index, much below China's 26th position and Pakistan's 47th.Norway remains the world's most inclusive advanced economy, while Lithuania again tops the list of emerging economies, the World Economic Forum (WEF) said while releasing the yearly index in Davos before the start of its annual meeting, to be attended by several world leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and United States President ...
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Lula in la-la land

'My enduring memory of Lula is personal,' says Ambassador B S Prakash, our former envoy in Brazil.'He was visiting India after retirement to accept an award.''At a private dinner in the Brazilian ambassador's residence, where I too was present, he was missing at the end of the evening.''We all went looking for him in the sprawling house to find him eventually in the kitchen talking happily to the cooks and servers.''He was thanking them for the excellent meal and service!' IMAGE: Former ...
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Modi, Xi ready to take the great leap forward

'India stands to gain immensely by forging a developmental partnership with China.''While through sustained strategic communication there is scope to steadily expand the commonality of interests between the two countries.''This is also a practical way to ensure that differences do not get over-magnified and become disputes,' says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra D Modi greets Chinese President Xi Jinping at the BRICS leaders' informal gathering on the sidelines of the ...
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Have $500,000? You can become a US citizen

Under the EB-5 visa programme you can become a US citizen provided you invest $500,000 in an approved project and create targeted employment.But only 700 Indians can do so each year.Tinesh Bhasin reports.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com With the US visa laws getting stricter, more Indians are opting for the EB-5 visa programme, which allows an individual to become a citizen by investing $500,000 in an approved project. While the EB-5 programme is an easier route for emigrating to the US, ...
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Dalai Lama snub and India's plans to reset China ties

'If, as appears to be the case, India is on way to 'mending fences' with China, and China is equally desirous to 'reset' the relationship, this could be a self-reflexive moment in India's positioning vis-a-vis not just the Dalai Lama, but also the Tibetan issue and China as a whole,' points out China expert Alka Acharya. IMAGE: The Dalai Lama during his visit to Arunachal Pradesh in April 2017. His Holiness stopped between Tawang and Bomdila to consecrate the Thupsung Dhargyeling monastery in ...
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