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Gulf-based GFH Financial Group signs pact with Adani for Mumba...

DUBAI: Bahrain-based GFH Financial Group has signed an agreement with Indian conglomerate Adani Group for developing an economic development zone in Mumbai. Under the agreement, the financial group's unit Energy City Navi Mumbai (ECNM) and Adani ... Economic Times, 6 days ago
Gulf-based GFH signs pact with Adani Press Trust of India, 6 days ago

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ECNM in partnership agreement with Adani Group

MANAMA — GFH Financial group announced on Sunday that Energy City Navi Mumbai (ECNM), which alongside Mumbai IT & Telecom City (MITTIC), are two core components of the Mumbai Economic Development Zone (MEDZ), has entered into an agreement with ...
 Saudi Gazette5 days ago GFH signs key India energy city agreement  Gulf Construction Worldwide6 days ago GFH Financial signs key energy city accord  Trade Arabia6 days ago ADANI ENTERPRISES : ECNM in partnership agreement with Adani Group  4 Traders4 days ago

Indian Railways completes historic passenger outreach programme

Shri Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India has outlined a vision for fast tracking the country's economic growth based on the intrinsic strength, capabilities and potential of its people. The Prime Minister and his team of ministers arrived at the ...
 The Sunday Guardian2 weeks ago What will be India's growth this fiscal?  Rediff.com2 months ago

SoftBank, Bharti, Foxconn announce $20 bn solar project

Japans SoftBank Corp today announced investment of USD 20 billion in setting up solar power projects in India in partnership with telecom giant Bharti Enterprises and Taiwans Foxconn. The Japan headquartered telecommunications and Internet major, which had ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Vodafone partners with WHIN to offer cash collection facility in rural areas in 5 states

Vodafone India, one of India€s leading telecommunications service providers, has partnered with Water Health India (WHIN), a wholly owned subsidiary of US based Water Health International, to facilitate its cash collection process across 450 ...
 NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago Vodafone M-Pesa partners with WaterHealth India to serve the underserved Bottom of the Pyramid customers  TechWhack2 weeks ago Vodafone M Pesa Partners with WaterHealth India to Serve the Underserved Bottom of the Pyramid Customers  India Online.in2 weeks ago

Indian startup partners with Cameroon for money transfer last mile services

By Anirban Ghoshal New Delhi, June 19 (IANS) Indian startup Trestor, an alternate to crytocurrency Bitcoin, has partnered with the Cameroon government to deliver last mile services in the southwest African country. As part of the agreement, Trestor ...
 Chennai Online2 weeks ago

Why follow China, India can prosper on its own

China is now the second largest economy in the world, but plays only a small role as an importer of consumer goods, says Shyam Saran. Image: A man transports a family of passengers on his electronic tricycle cart in Beijing. Photograph:Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters Will India be able to replicate the remarkable Chinese growth story in the coming decades? In the next 30 years, is it feasible for India to grow at an average annual rate of 10 per cent, just as China did between 1980 and 2010, thereby ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago How India can fight cyber terror  Rediff.com2 months ago Chinese daily berates India over Silk Road  Deccan Herald2 months ago

I'm all ears for suggestions that would benefit gaon, garib, kisan: Modi

The prime minister dismissed reports of differences between finance ministry and Reserve Bank of India. The central bank has its functional autonomy which the government ‘always respects and preserves’, he said. Image: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses his supporters during a rally in Mathura, May 25, 2015. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters Hinting at opening up of more sectors, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said areas with high employment potential and strong ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Modi woos investors; promises 'predictable' tax regime in India  Rediff.com2 months ago Don't compound 1947 errors  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago Deliverance day  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

Institute of Management Accountants expands network in India

WASHINGTON: A US-based institute for accountants has entered into partnership with various organisations to provide training and certification tools for accounting and finance professionals in India. Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) has announced a ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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NPCI and JCBI Enter into a Strategic Partnership for JCB Acceptance and Card Issuing in India

- (ACN Newswire) - National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), an organization established by the Reserve Bank of India and being an umbrella for all India's payments system, and JCB International Co., Ltd. (JCBI), the international operations ...
 Stockwatch5 days ago Independent Film Development : NPCI and JCBI Enter into a Strategic Partnership for JCB Acceptance and Card Issuing in India  4 Traders5 days ago
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