Private Cabbies on expansion mode

Ola-Cabs
Sophisticated cab aggregator services are challenging the traditional ways of transport operators and capturing newer markets through their relatively cheaper on-demand services. Government initiatives to curb pollution through traffic reduction are further raising the demand for these aggregators... more →
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100 % FDI – boon or bane?

Agri
Although over the years the share of Indian agriculture in the nation’s GDP has gone down considerably, the sector cannot be neglected as it provides employment to around 70 per cent of our population. A rise in agricultural productivity can bring about a rise in the standard of living of the people... more →
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Bullet Train – A need or luxury

Bullet-train
It is often asked whether Bullet Trains are a priority in India since expenditure on such projects will be gigantic vis-à-vis their economic benefits. India wants to set up its first bullet train service between Mumbai and Ahmedabad. For this project, at least financing is not a problem. The Japan... more →
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Semi high speed trains to fasten connectivity in India

Semi-high-speed trains to fasten connectivity in India
With a view to reduce travel time in a geographically wide-spread country like India, our government has given in-principle approval to Spanish firm Talgo to conduct trial runs for its semi high speed trains on the Delhi-Mumbai route. These trains are expected to reduce travel time between Delhi and... more →
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The Make in India week at Mumbai – PM Modi to Inaugurate

The ‘Make in India’ week aimed to woo investors will be held in Mumbai between 13th & 18th February 2016. The event showcasing the manufacturing opportunities across India will be held at a special facility at BKC in about 27 halls holding 15-18 seminars per day and expects at least 5,000 visitors. The ‘Make in India’ week comes at a time when private players have taken backseat in terms of committing projex in new projects, and is expected to revive investment sentiments as PM Narendra Modi is likely to announce measures on ‘Ease of doing business’ in India in order to attract domestic as well as foreign investors. ProjectsToday sees the event as a positive step taken by the Indian government to revive the animal spirits of Indian investors and see projex pouring into the Manufacturing sector.
The Make in India week aimed to woo investors will be held in Mumbai between 13th & 18th February 2016. The event showcasing the manufacturing opportunities across India will be held at a special facility at BKC in about 27 halls holding 15-18 seminars per day and expects at least 5,000 visitors. The... more →
Posted in: Infrastructure, Manufacturing