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As Modi Euphoria Cools, India Faces Test To Keep Foreigners Invested

Nearly two years after Narendra Modi was elected as India's Prime Minister with an ambitious business-friendly agenda, the feeble pace of reforms is starting to test the patience of one his biggest group of supporters: foreign investors

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Implementation Of Flagship Schemes Big Test: Chanda Kochhar

Says if India has to reap the benefits of the demographic dividends, India has to focus on some of the long-term things like education, skill development and health

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Delays Harm Process Of Development, Says President Pranab Mukherjee

For revitalising the forces of growth, the President says there is need for reforms and progressive legislation

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WEF Meet Ends; Raises Concerns Over China, Terror And Refugees

With regard to India, the leaders at the World Economic Forum exuded confidence that its growth story would continue and the country would consolidate its position as the 'bright spot' of the world

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WEF 2016 | Business Leaders Cautiously Optimistic On India’s Prospects

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says the reform process will continue unhindered and without any impact of political opposition

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India Taking Steps To Address Infrastructure Woes: Arun Jaitley

Says the country has crossed that stage when change of government in power used to result in problems for an infrastructure project, adding that now the dispute resolution mechanism has been made very robust

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India Roars Back To Davos To Seek Overseas Investment

Optimism about the world's fastest growing economy contrasts with the economic gloom facing other emerging markets and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mantra encapsulates a renewed confidence among Indian business and political leaders at the 2016 World Economic Forum

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India Can Defy Global Slowdown With Reforms, Planning, Says Arun Jaitley

Giving his assessment on how India can tackle an uncertain global economy with headwinds from China and the US, Jaitley expresses confidence that the country will prove its resilience

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WEF 2016 | China Has Reached Point Of No Return, Says Top Official

For the first time in 25 years, China's economy grew at the slowest pace at 6.9 per cent in 2015, sparking fears over the health of the world's second-largest economy as it embarks on painful reforms

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Focusing On Reviving Private Investments, Says Arun Jaitley

India is developing an entire ecosystem to ensure that Indian companies start innovating and those innovative platforms are also used by foreign entities

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Union Budget To Focus On Reform, Growth, Says Jayant Sinha

Minister of state for Finance Jayant Sinha said the government will present the Budget for 2016-17 on February 29, which will set a roadmap for the coming three years

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Disequilibrium | India's Stress Test

If India is to remain insulated from global volatility and currency fluctuations, then it has to build a moat around itself and act independently. Let us not obsess over legislation anymore

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'Too Early to Judge Modi Govt'

While judging the government’s progress on reforms so far the Assocham President says that criticism by the rating agencies is unfair and should not weigh very high in our mind

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Failure Of Key Reforms May Hamper Investments, Says Moody’s

Moody’s Investors Service on Wednesday cautioned that a loss of momentum on reforms may hamper investment and prove to be a ‘downside factor’ for Indian companies, even as it said most corporates will benefit from strong economic fundamentals and accommodative monetary policy

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Will Nitish Continue On The Path Of Reforms?

Haider Ali Khan The Mahagathbandhan of JD(U) and RJD recently trounced the BJP-led NDA in Bihar to claim a landslide two-thirds majority in the Bihar Assembly giving JDU chief, Nitish Kumar a third term.

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