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Raising FDI in defence will harm national security': A K Antony
Indian Express

India raises foreign investment limit to 49%

The Straits Times Publication Date : 25-07-2014 The Indian government has decided to almost double the foreign investment limit in the insurance sector in an important piece of reform aimed at attracting more foreign funds to help revive ... Asia News Network, 1 day ago
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Sector-wise Cong stand

New Delhi, July 25: The Congress today opposed foreign direct investment in defence but grudgingly indicated support to 49 per cent FDI in insurance, recalling how the BJP had stalled its reforms agenda and dubbed it anti-national for proposing such measures.
 The Telegraph11 hours ago Congress not in favour of FDI in defence  The Statesman12 hours ago Not in favour of FDI in defence: Congress  Business Standard India18 hours ago Cong not in favour of FDI in defence  Business Standard India19 hours ago
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Defence, railway FDI in final lap

Consultations among ministries on easing foreign direct investment norms in defence and railways are in the final stages and a cabinet note will be moved soon. The cabinet notes for railways and defence are under the final consultative process. Once we get ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago FDI jumps to 8-month high of $3.6b in May  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago Govt initiates steps to relax FDI policy in railways  Business Standard1 month ago Three areas to get FDI attention  The Telegraph2 months ago
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Narendra Modi's offer to foreign defence companies not enough for Lockheed

Modi faces the challenge of attracting more investment to build up India's local defence industry as its state-run companies fail to produce weapons needed in border conflicts with China and Pakistan. Photo: Hindustan Times New Delhi: Indian Prime ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Narendra Modi's offer to defence companies not enough for Lockheed  Livemint.com1 week ago
New Indian Express

Cabinet Decision on FDI in Railways Likely this Week

BANGALORE: After increasing caps on various sectors in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) including defence sectors, the government is likely to take a decision this week on whether they will further the same policy to cash stricken Railways sector. ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago FDI in defence: French Dassault a prospective 'first' candidate?  Money Life1 week ago Industry bodies close ranks on defence FDI  Rediff.com3 weeks ago FDI hike in defence to boost production: HAL  Prokerala1 month ago
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'Higher Foreign Direct Investment, Freer Licensing Regime Will Accelerate Indigenisation': GC Pati

Increased Foriegn Direct Investment (FDI) in the defence sector and a liberalised industrial licensing regime would help to accelerate the indigenisation of the military sector, Secretary (Defence Production) GC Pati said in New Delhi on Wednesday. "Policy ...
 NDTV1 week ago
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DNA

Foreign investors will not serve halwa to us, says Lalu Prasad Yadav harshly criticizing Narendra Modi government

RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Monday said the Narendra Modi government "is playing the PPP flute" to invite foreign investors in defence and railways to "earn and go away". "Now they are playing the PPP (public private partnership) flute to bring FDI in railways ...
 DNA1 week ago India clears defence procurement worth $3.5 bn  Yahoo! News6 days ago India approves defence procurements worth $3.5b: report  Pakistan Today6 days ago Arms race: India approves defence procurements worth $3.5 bn, says report  The Express Tribune6 days ago
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Mainstream

FDI in Defence: Some Questions

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in his Budget speech has said that his government was raising the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) cap in Defence from 26 per cent to 49 per cent. (He is also the Defence Minister.) Worrying as this piece of (...) - 2014 ...
 Mainstream5 days ago Mixed reactions to decision on defence FDI cap  The Hindu2 weeks ago FDI in defence: Enough of ideology, let's get on with the business now  One India1 week ago FDI to be sector specific and allowed wherever required in national interest: Arun Jaitley  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Modi's Budget 'visionless, missionless and actionless': Mamata Banerjee

As the government has raised the Foreign Direct Investment slab in various areas like Defence and Insurance, Mamata targeted the NDA government calling it a government "of the FDI, by the FDI and for the FDI". "Only one positive sign of the new government is ...
 IBN Live1 week ago
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CII supports govt in raising FDI limit in defence

Top industry body, CII welcomes and fully endorses the government of India's move to raise the bar on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the defence sector as reflected in President of India's address to the Parliament said Ajay Shriram, president, CII in a ...
 Myiris1 month ago Ficci backs government proposal to enhance FDI in Defence  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago CII welcomes government resolve to liberalise FDI in defence  IBN Live1 week ago
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