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  • Modi Seeks Japan’s Help In Skill Development

    Modi Seeks Japan’s Help In Skill Development

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday sought Japan’s help for skill development in India. Stating that 65 percent of India’s population was young, Modi said: “In 2020, when the world would need a workforce, we are preparing for it from now […]

  • Reliance Cap-Nippon Life launch two funds, eye bank in India

    Reliance Cap-Nippon Life launch two funds, eye bank in India

    The Anil Ambani-led Reliance Capital and Nippon Life Insurance Group Monday announced two funds for Japanese investors in the Indian equity and bond markets and to jointly start a commercial bank when permission comes from Indian authorities. The announcement, coinciding […]

  • Modi Launches Jan Dhan Yojana, Record 15 Mn Bank Accounts Opened

    Modi Launches Jan Dhan Yojana, Record 15 Mn Bank Accounts Opened

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday launched the union government’s flagship financial inclusion scheme “Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana” (PMJDY), with the national rollout leading to the opening of an astounding 15 million bank accounts on a single day. Modi said […]

  • Optic fibre network will push e-commerce revolution: Prasad

    Optic fibre network will push e-commerce revolution: Prasad

    Telecommunications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad Tuesday said the National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) project will usher in an e-commerce revolution in the country. “The NOFN will lead to an empowered India with villages boarding the Internet superway. It […]

  • 20 new cancer treatment centres across India: Harsh Vardhan

    20 new cancer treatment centres across India: Harsh Vardhan

    The government will set up 20 new advanced cancer treatment facilities across India over the next few years to meet the rising burden of the disease, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said here Tuesday. He said that for Madhya Pradesh, the […]

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