Investment Desk To harness the enormous investment opportunities offered by the tourism sector, the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP) and Invest India are setting up an investment desk. The emphasis so far has been on attracting tourists but now the time has come
NBCC’s 15% divestment approved NBCC’s project New Market, Imphal. The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has approved the disinvestment of 15% paid up equity of National Buildings Construction Corporation Limited (NBCC) out of Government’s 90% shareholding. It would generate estimated Rs.1,706 crore for the Government. However, the
The Indus Entrepreneurs or TiE plans to start a path breaking initiative in Singapore to help incubate and nurture technology start ups this year. This comes close on the heels of a similar initiative launched recent by the Indian IT-powered group in the Silicon Valley.
By Arvind Jain, Managing Director – Pride Group Foreign investors into Indian real estate are looking at two primary aspects – an investment-friendly policy environment and project opportunities by established, credible developers. They are taking the long-term view and not looking at immediate gains, but
Global interactive energy platform developer, Innovari, plans to help India in a big way to bridge its massive energy deficiency through optimal utilization of the country’s power grid. In the next 10 years, India plans to spend $21.6 billion on smart grid infrastructure to ensure
When it comes to making fresh investments, entrepreneurs globally are placing their bets on India. One more example in this regard became evident as global operators in couriers, Deutsche Post DHL, or DPDHL, chose Delhi for its pilot project to launch e-commerce in Asia Pacific.
Global exchange and capital markets operator, Deutsche Boerse (DB1), is deepening its relationship with the Bombay Stock Exchange to further develop technology and products for both, the Indian financial markets and overseas. DB1 and its subsidiaries, Eurex as well as STOXX, are all focused on
India and China can change history but not geography. They have been each other’s neighbours since the dawn of civilization and may continue to remain so till eternity. Their destinies are intertwined and their socio-economic progress is complementary rather than antagonistic. The two Asian giants
India’s trade and economy is not just about fostering and strengthening bilateral relationships with the US, European Union and China but more importantly to ‘look east’ and ‘act east’. Asean countries, South Korea and Japan are integral parts of India’s initiatives in East Asia. Such
By Vineet Aggarwal, President of The Queensland Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India. When the young and debonair Indian Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi visited Australia in 1986, little did we know that it will take 28 years for another head of government from