The bilateral summit--Sri Lankan Prime Minister’s first diplomatic engagement since elections, showed the two countries have developed enough confidence to discuss contentious issues.
In order for India to fulfil its potential, it must ensure its youth today is fully equipped to embrace the jobs of tomorrow.
Without comprehensive reforms reflecting today’s multilateral reality, the UN faces a crisis of confidence – and that’s why G4 countries including India, Japan and Germany have called for text-based negotiations within a fixed timeframe to urgently revamp the world body.
Bilateral trade, business and entrepreneurship opportunities between India and France set to surge as Covid-19 pandemic accelerates the reshaping of the world order and the EU resets its foreign policies.
India has been a model global citizen, a founding member of the United Nations, is the world’s fifth largest economy, is home to one-sixth of humanity and contributes more troops to UN peacekeeping missions than all the P5 countries combined. These are just some of the reasons why it deserves a seat at the global high table.
India is busy ramping up its endeavours to achieve total self-sustenance, in the short term it opens up a $ 82.2 billion opportunity for others to step in.
Global smartphone market leaders Apple and Samsung are eager to connect with Indian consumers. So, they are increasing their online presence in this country, a clear indication that foreign investors think discretionary spending will pick up very soon.
Kirana stores are increasingly finding themselves in a tug of war with domestic and international e-commerce giants pulling at either end in a bid to access market dominion.
Necessity has been the mother of invention in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and nowhere is this more apparent than in India. With a clear focus on affordability and low cost, here is how frugal Indian innovations have taken the commercial route to aid the fight against pandemic.
Poised to be the world’s third largest by 2025, now would be the time to invest carefully in long-term construction stocks as the sector prepares to resume a strong trajectory of growth once the current COVID crisis subsides.