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Modi Budget 2014: Policy changes soon for real estate?
Money Control

Modi Budget 2014: Policy changes soon for real estate?

The new government may ease foreign direct norms for the construction sector, something that UPA government had initially planned but was unable to implement. Money Control, 3 weeks ago
Modi averts invite mess The Telegraph, 2 months ago
Modi averts invitation mess, 2 months ago

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Inviting SAARC leaders for swearing-in 'right decision at

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today described his first major foreign policy initiative of inviting SAARC leaders for his swearing-in as a "right decision at the right time" and said a message has gone out to to the world which is still talking about ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Inviting SAARC leaders 'right decision at right time': Modi  Rediff.com2 months ago Inviting SAARC leaders ‘right decision at right time’: Modi  The Hindu2 months ago Inviting Saarc leaders right decision at right time: PM Modi  First Post.com2 months ago
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Narendra Modi may pursue Manmohan`s foreign policy: Chinese media

Prime Minister Narendra Modi may still not have unveiled his foreign policy but he may follow his predecessor Manmohan Singh`s diplomatic initiatives, official Chinese media said on Monday.
 Zee News1 month ago Narendra Modi may pursue Manmohan's foreign policy, claims Chinese media  IndiaTV News1 month ago Modi May Pursue Manmohan's Foreign Policy: Chinese Media  Outlook1 month ago DC Debate: Narendra Modi’s first foreign policy initiative shows his far-sightedness  Deccan chronicle2 months ago
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Govt initiates steps to relax FDI policy in railways

After defence, the Commerce and Industry ministry has started the exercise to relax foreign investment norms in the railways sector by permitting 100 per cent FDI in high-speed train systems and dedicated freight lines. The Department of Industrial ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Govt initiates exercise to raise FDI in defence sector to 100%

In a major policy initiative, the government is proposing to raise FDI in defence sector to 100 per cent through the approval route. "The Commerce and Industry ministry has circulated a Cabinet note for inter-ministerial consultation," sources told PTI. The ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Government Initiates Exercise to Raise FDI in Defence to 100 Per Cent: Report  NDTV2 months ago FDI battle: MoD vs defence industry  Rediff.com1 month ago
Town Hall

Is Obama's leadership style to blame for his foreign policy problems?

President Obama is not enjoying the best of times in his foreign policy, which has resulted in criticism. But President Bush went about things in exactly the opposite way and was also pilloried. Maybe this foreign policy thing is just hard.
 Christian Science Monitor2 days ago U.S. Foreign Policy Fails Again  Cutting Edge News2 days ago US foreign policy fails again  Globes3 days ago Obama's Foreign Policy Initiative  Leadership2 days ago

Chinese Views and Commentary on Periphery Diplomacy

Recent Chinese initiatives that imply a more proactive approach in foreign and defense policy are the product of ongoing debate in Beijing over how to define PRC national interests toward China's periphery. Departing from Beijing's approach during ...
 Policy Review3 days ago

NDA afflicted by policy Alzheimer's?

The recent decision by the Modi administration to hike the foreign direct investment (FDI) limit in insurance to 49% from the present 26% is a reversal of the BJP's earlier stand when P. Chidambaram had first proposed it. The second term of the ...
 Livemint.com4 days ago Opposition wants fresh scrutiny of Insurance Bill  Hindu Business Line21 hours ago India raises foreign investment limit to 49pc  Frontier Post4 days ago
Carnegie Endowment

SAs Foreign Policy Budget 2014: Something Old, Something New

The Minister for the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO), Maite Nkoana-Mashabane presented the budget for 2014 to Parliament on July 22. This year's presentation is particularly revealing as it indicates the thinking of ...
 SABC1 day ago How Can Republicans Blunt Hillary Clinton's Foreign Policy Edge?  National Journal1 day ago Potential 2016 candidates should offer alternatives to our wrongheaded foreign policy  Washington Post2 days ago A Turkey Road Map for the Next EU Foreign Policy Chief  Carnegie Endowment1 day ago

India’s tough stand at WTO reflects Modi's foreign policy goals as well as his domestic ones

He(Modi) didn’t kick up a fuss over where the bank would be based because he wanted the initiative to make a larger point. NEW DELHI: India's tough stand on the trade facilitation agreement at the World Trade Organisation surprised the West, especially ...
 Economic Times4 days ago Fast Developing Service Trade Becomes New Highlight in China's Foreign Trade  Ministry of Commerce - Republic of China3 days ago India's stand on the trade facilitation agreement at the World Trade Organisation reflects Narendra Modi's foreign policy goals  Economic Times4 days ago Statement by Ambassador Michael Punke at the WTO Trade Policy Review of Bahrain and Oman  USTR1 week ago
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