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Make In India Week Sees Investment Commitments Totalling Rs 15.2 Lakh Crore

There were 2,094 memorandums of understanding signed during the week between various industry players and state governments

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Amitabh Kant Gets Two-Year Tenure As Niti Aayog CEO

Kant, a 1980 batch IAS officer of Kerala cadre, was in January appointed as first full time CEO of Niti Aayog

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India Top Investment Destination: Amitabh Kant

Amitabh Kant, Secretary of the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, in conversation with Chahat Jain of BW Businessworld

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Interview: India’s Growth Story

Having driven many successful campaigns such as “Incredible India”, Amitabh Kant, secretary in the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, is now the key driver of the “Make in India” initiative.

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DIPP Secretary Amitabh Kant Appointed Niti Aayog CEO

Kant, 59, has been appointed in place of former IAS officer Sindhushree Khullar, who was appointed as the first CEO of the National Institution for Transforming India (Niti) Aayog last year

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India, Russia Eye Military Deals Before Modi's Moscow Visit

Moscow, which has maintained close ties with India since the Cold War, has in recent years slipped behind the United States and Israel in securing orders in the Indian defence market, estimated to be worth $130 billion over the next seven years

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India Awaits Manufacturing Revolution: Amitabh Kant

India is evolving and the private sector must realise that their future lies in India and not abroad. We need to improve our infrastructure to attain 10 per cent growth rate

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New IPR Policy To Boost Domestic Patents Filing

The government is taking steps to further streamline the patent examination process at the Intellectual Property Office in order to bring it at par with the standards of US and UK by ensuring that the pendency of cases does not exceed three months

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