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Can Make in India Deliver?  Analysis
Eurasia Review

Will 'Make In India' initiative boost the manufacturing sector?

Exhorting Indian Inc to join his 'Make in India' mission, Prime Minister Narendra Modi not only launched the ambitious campaign but also urged industrialists to set up establishments in their homeland instead of eyeing foreign lands and 'First Develop India' ... IBN Live, 2 hours ago
Can Make in India Deliver? Analysis Eurasia Review, 1 month ago
Can 'Make in India' deliver? Observer India, 1 month ago

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Unity in diversity is India`s strength: PM Narenda Modi

Exhorting NCC cadets to work for the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that university in diversity is India's strength and his inspiration.
 Zee News1 day ago BJP Bid to Turn NRI Friends into 'Lobbyists'  New Indian Express4 days ago IITs unsure of rural plan's execution  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Modi Urges Diaspora To Be India's Driving Force  Weekly Voice2 weeks ago
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Times of India

Obama Urges India to Overcome Divisions

By Gordon Fairclough U.S. President Barack Obama, wrapping up a three-day visit to New Delhi, exhorted an audience of Indians to work to promote gender equality and overcome religious divisions. After two days of effusive praise of Indian Prime ...
 iMarketReports2 days ago Obama: India Can Only Succeed If It Doesn't Split on Religious Lines  iMarketReports2 days ago India will succeed so long as it is not splintered on sectarian lines: Obama  Times of India1 day ago Security increased in J and K ahead of Obamas visit  24Dunia1 week ago
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Historians made to hide facts about national leaders: Venkaiah Naidu

"The family that ruled India for a long time, exhorted the historians to suppress the sacrifices of great patriots and also the facts about the mysterious deaths of national leaders," the Minister of Urban Development said. "Patriots like Bal Gangadhar Tilak, ...
 Jagran Post4 days ago PTI - NAIDU-HISTORIANS (BES19) - Historians made to hide facts about national leaders: Naidu  Namibia Press Agency4 days ago
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Bring about social revolution in Delhi: Bedi to BJP workers

New Delhi, Jan 16 (IANS) Former Indian Police Service officer Kiran Bedi, who Thursday joined the BJP, exhorted party workers here Friday to "get into mission mode" and bring about a "social revolution" in the national capital.
 News Chennai Online1 week ago 'I live in the present, have to correct the past and move to the future'  Rediff.com1 week ago
Indian Express

Rajnath Singh exhorts students to make India economic super power

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that students should strive to inculcate education in such a manner which can develop their personality in a comprehensive way.Addressing the 57th convocation of Lucknow University in his constituency Lucknow today, he ...
 News on Air1 week ago Indian pundits know more about eclipses: Rajnath  Indian Express1 week ago Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh calls for Holistic Education  Business Standard India1 week ago Rajnath rules out talks with ultras  Assam Tribune2 weeks ago
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Digvijay exhorts Cong workers to ensure Furtado wins by-poll

NT NETWORK PANAJI : The All India Congress Committee general secretary in-charge of Goa desk, Digvijay Singh, has exhorted Congress leaders from the state to leave no stone unturned to ensure victory of the Congress candidate Surendra Furtado, ...
 Navhind Times3 weeks ago Expose Failures of AINRC Govt: Cong  New Indian Express1 month ago
Bangalore Mirror

Modi calls on youth to shun narcotics use

New Delhi: Exhorting India's youth to shun drugs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday said narcotics not only destroy lives and families but the money paid to buy them could be funding terrorists in their nefarious activities. Addressing the ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 month ago Modi`s `Mann Ki Baat`: Drug money funding terror, shun habit, PM urges youth  Zee News1 month ago Drug money funding terror, shun habit, Modi urges youth  Siasat Daily1 month ago Drug money funds terror: PM  Bangalore Mirror1 month ago
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Times of India

Airtel, Vodafone and Idea seek DoT help

Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular as members has exhorted the department to enable "fast-track clearance" of innumerable pending applications from telecom companies, says report. According to the report, India's top mobile operators have sought ...
 India Infoline1 month ago Telecom Newsletter - December 22 to 26, 2014  India Infoline1 month ago Telcos seek DoT's help to boost coverage  Times of India1 month ago
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Raju exhorts domestic airlines to utilise 'unused bilaterals'

ing scrapping of the '5x20 Rule' which bars certain Indian carriers from flying abroad, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju today exhorted domestic airlines to fly on routes where the bilaterals signed between India and other countries have been ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Aviation Minister exhorts domestic airlines to utilise 'unused bilaterals'  Jagran Post1 month ago Raju urges airlines to utilise 'unused bilaterals'  Rediff.com1 month ago Aviation Minister Urges Domestic Airlines to Utilise 'Unused Bilaterals'  NDTV Profit1 month ago
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