The region is divided over many issues but India is best placed to benefit from it. Minister of External affairs Dr S Jaishankar’s trips to Bahrain and UAE last week builds on the gains of the last few years.
Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has said India is exploring air corridors between India and five ‘Stans’ of Central Asia to enhance and deepen economic engagement and facilitate trade in perishable goods such as food products and farm produce and position India as a medical tourism destination in the region. Highlights: Central Asia is crucial to India as a source of raw materials such as oil and gas as well as uranium. Bilateral trade, however, remains below potential due to [...]
With the efforts of successive governments, Kerala last month became the first Indian state to go completely digital in public education.
Successive progressive, industry-friendly governments, deep rooted reforms and a strong focus on far reaching labour and land reforms have helped India’s newest state emerge as a major industrial hub. This is helping India emerge as a preferred manufacturing destination for many foreign companies.
The FTA with the continent will open a huge market for Indian businesses while enabling African countries to accelerate economic growth and development in a sustainable manner.
New Delhi has summoned its policy resources and strategic firepower to assist neighbouring countries who have fallen into deep economic woes thanks to ineffectual debt-trap diplomacy in the midst of a Covid-19 economic crisis.
A new West Midlands India Partnership (WMIP) has been launched with the goal of enhancing bilateral relations and to boost tourism, trade and investment between the West Midlands region of England and India.
As India accelerates its commercial and military plans for the Andaman & Nicobar Islands (ANI) in light of recent geopolitical events, opportunities arise for businesses to participate in the sustainable development of this pristine yet strategic region.
The two Union Territories, freed from the draconian provisions of Article 370 by the Modi government last year, are now ready to showcase their potential in diverse sectors such as hydropower, solar power, food processing, handicrafts and tourism.