Top Stories

Indian energy firms must become multinational: PM - Chandigarh Tribune;

Indian energy firms must become multinational: PM - Chandigarh Tribune

Chandigarh TribuneIndian energy firms must become multinational: PMChandigarh TribunePM Narendra Modi launches the Petrotech App as Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan (R) looks on at the PETROTECH-2016 in New Delhi on Monday. Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan Bhui. Tribune News Service. New Delhi, December 5. Prime Minister ...and more »

Modi presses for stable crude oil price - Hindu Business Line;

Modi presses for stable crude oil price - Hindu Business Line

Hindu Business LineModi presses for stable crude oil priceHindu Business LinePrime Minister Narendra Modi tries his hand on a Tab during the Petro Tech 2016, watched by Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi on Monday. Photo Credit: The Hindu. 'India expected to consume more oil in 2040 than ...and more »

Watch this hilarious AIB video on demonetisation if you are standing in line at the bank...or not - Scroll.in;

Watch this hilarious AIB video on demonetisation if you are standing in line at the bank...or not - Scroll.in

Scroll.inWatch this hilarious AIB video on demonetisation if you are standing in line at the bank...or notScroll.inIt has been almost a month since Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the government's plan to withdraw Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, which sucked out 86% of the currency in circulation in India overnight. The chaos that followed was meant to last a few ...and more »

Demonetisation likely to demonise Modi's image - Tehelka;

Demonetisation likely to demonise Modi's image - Tehelka

TehelkaDemonetisation likely to demonise Modi's imageTehelkaPeople exchange their old Rs 500 and 1000 notes in Amritsar. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken the most important as well as the most risky decision of his political career by his sudden announcement about demonetisation of high value currency ...and more »

Modi's Cash Clampdown Set to Shrink India Services Sector - BloombergQuint;

Modi's Cash Clampdown Set to Shrink India Services Sector - BloombergQuint

BloombergQuintModi's Cash Clampdown Set to Shrink India Services SectorBloombergQuint(Bloomberg) -- India's economy will be hurt by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's shock clampdown on cash, private surveys signaled before the central bank's interest-rate review on Wednesday. The Nikkei India Services Purchasing Managers' Index was at ...and more »

I expect Modi to take bolder, hardline, controversial decisions in 2017 - DailyO;

I expect Modi to take bolder, hardline, controversial decisions in 2017 - DailyO

DailyOI expect Modi to take bolder, hardline, controversial decisions in 2017DailyOIt could well prove to be the year of cracking down on 'gold and land'. 11056. POLITICS. | 5-minute read | 05-12-2016 · Sunil Rajguru. @sunilrajguru · Share. While most polls show good public support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation ...and more »

Petrotech 2016: India beckons you, says PM Modi to global oil and gas companies - International Business Times, India Edition;

Petrotech 2016: India beckons you, says PM Modi to global oil and gas companies - International Business Times, India Edition

International Business Times, India EditionPetrotech 2016: India beckons you, says PM Modi to global oil and gas companiesInternational Business Times, India EditionPM Narendra Modi was addressing the Petrotech 2016, the global event of oil ministers and companies, in New Delhi. S V Krishnamachari. December 5, 2016 13:18 IST. energy modi india global crude oil prices saudi arabia opec output cut barrel million ...and more »

Modi says hydrocarbons will continue as India's main energy source for years - ETEnergyworld.com;

Modi says hydrocarbons will continue as India's main energy source for years - ETEnergyworld.com

ETEnergyworld.comModi says hydrocarbons will continue as India's main energy source for yearsETEnergyworld.comModi says hydrocarbons will continue as India's main energy source for years New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said hydrocarbons would continue to be the main source of energy in India for many years and announced the government is ...and more »

PM Modi asks Indian energy companies to become MNCs - Times of India;

PM Modi asks Indian energy companies to become MNCs - Times of India

Times of IndiaPM Modi asks Indian energy companies to become MNCsTimes of IndiaNEW DELHI: Pushing Indian energy companies to become multinationals, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today outlined a vision for creating energy corridors to the Middle-East, Central Asia and South Asia, saying stable and reasonably-priced energy is key ...and more »

PM Narendra Modi invites foreign firms to invest in oil, gas exploration - Economic Times;

PM Narendra Modi invites foreign firms to invest in oil, gas exploration - Economic Times

Economic TimesPM Narendra Modi invites foreign firms to invest in oil, gas explorationEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday invited foreign companies to invest in the Indian oil and gas sector, saying the country's economy was expected to grow five-fold by 2040. "My message to global hydrocarbon companies is come and ...and more »

Full text of Prime Minister Modi's energetic speech at Petrotech-2016 - ETEnergyworld.com;

Full text of Prime Minister Modi's energetic speech at Petrotech-2016 - ETEnergyworld.com

ETEnergyworld.comFull text of Prime Minister Modi's energetic speech at Petrotech-2016ETEnergyworld.com"Energy is a key driver of economic growth. Sustainable, stable and reasonably priced energy is essential for the fruits of economic development to reach the bottom of the pyramid. Hydrocarbons will remain the most important source of energy for many ...and more »

Piped natural gas for 10 million households in 5 years: Narendra Modi - Deccan Chronicle;

Piped natural gas for 10 million households in 5 years: Narendra Modi - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan ChroniclePiped natural gas for 10 million households in 5 years: Narendra ModiDeccan ChronicleMumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said his government targets to take piped natural gas to 10 million households and more than double the existing pipeline network to 30,000 km in next five years. “Indian economy is expected to grow ...and more »

Modi Bucks World Bond Rout as Cash Move Cuts India Inc. Cost - Bloomberg;

Modi Bucks World Bond Rout as Cash Move Cuts India Inc. Cost - Bloomberg

BloombergModi Bucks World Bond Rout as Cash Move Cuts India Inc. CostBloombergIndia's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has pleaded for patience after his currency recall led to long and angry lines at banks. One group hasn't had to wait long for the benefits. Companies can now raise funds in the local bond market at cheaper costs ...and more »

India's economy expected to grow five fold by 2040: PM Narendra Modi at Petrotech event - Financial Express;

India's economy expected to grow five fold by 2040: PM Narendra Modi at Petrotech event - Financial Express

Financial ExpressIndia's economy expected to grow five fold by 2040: PM Narendra Modi at Petrotech eventFinancial Express“While global economy goes through uncertainty, India has shown tremendous resilience. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is at the highest,” the PM said. By: FE Online | New Delhi | Updated: December 5, 2016 10:52 AM. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter ...and more »

The rise of Modi and Trump actually reflects the revolt of the elite, not the poor as claimed - Quartz;

The rise of Modi and Trump actually reflects the revolt of the elite, not the poor as claimed - Quartz

QuartzThe rise of Modi and Trump actually reflects the revolt of the elite, not the poor as claimedQuartzDonald Trump's election as the 45th US president illustrates the global ascendance of the political right. Comparisons with Indian prime minister Narendra Modi whose rise predates Trump's by two years, are inevitable. The two leaders share an evident ...and more »

India's Economy Expected to Grow Five-Fold by 2040: PM Modi - News18;

India's Economy Expected to Grow Five-Fold by 2040: PM Modi - News18

News18India's Economy Expected to Grow Five-Fold by 2040: PM ModiNews18Prime Minister Narendra Modi gestures as he delivers a speech after an award ceremony. (File Image: PTI). New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that sustainable, reasonable priced energy is crucial for development. While addressing a ...and more »

School children to fulfill PM Modi's cashless India dream. Here's how - Business Standard;

School children to fulfill PM Modi's cashless India dream. Here's how - Business Standard

Business StandardSchool children to fulfill PM Modi's cashless India dream. Here's howBusiness StandardPrime Minister Narendra Modi's push for a cashless economy in Moradabad has inspired school children in the area to educate people on multiple modes of digital payment. Students educated people about electronic transactions like internet banking, ...and more »

Cashless/digital: How Modi changed (and changed) demonetisation narrative - Business Standard;

Cashless/digital: How Modi changed (and changed) demonetisation narrative - Business Standard

Business StandardCashless/digital: How Modi changed (and changed) demonetisation narrativeBusiness StandardPrime Minister Narendra Modi addressing BJP's Parivartan Rally in Kushinagar in Uttar Pradesh. Photo: PTI. ALSO READ. How demonetisation may help Paytm turn around sooner than expected Demonetisation cure to 70-year-old corruption disease: Top 10 ...and more »

Fixing the plumbing—of our political economy - Livemint;

Fixing the plumbing—of our political economy - Livemint

LivemintFixing the plumbing—of our political economyLivemintThe Indian commentary scene, whatever else may be right or wrong with it, is replete with unselfconscious irony. For two and a half years, a chorus of well-known observers in the domestic and foreign media has cried hoarse that Prime Minister Narendra ...and more »

Prime Minister Narendra Modi should not ignore Parliament - Free Press Journal;

Prime Minister Narendra Modi should not ignore Parliament - Free Press Journal

Free Press JournalPrime Minister Narendra Modi should not ignore ParliamentFree Press JournalPrime Minister Narendra Modi is not exactly a big fan of parliamentary proceedings. Even during his days as the chief minister of Gujarat, he would be averse to participating in the legislative proceedings. But now he has reached new heights. For weeks ...and more »