Is demonetisation a success? Nobody really knows, not even Mr Modi as of now - Economic Times

Since November 8, 2016 India has seen a sudden spurt in the number of emotional economists. These economists either support or oppose demonetisation based on emotions rather than facts. So you have long posts on Facebooks and multiple tweets but ...

Mapping India's potential in tourism is the need of the hour: Prime Minister Narendra Modi - India Today

India has huge potential in the field of tourism, given its rich topographical and socio-cultural diversity. It is this very richness of 'Incredible India' that has to be realised, cultivated and promoted for the country to secure its position in world ...

Squaring The Nation's Books In Times Of Less Cash - Outlook India

What will Modi's penchant for the unexpected bring to cut through the haze of the demonetised 'slowdown'? Lola Nayar. Squaring The Nation's Books In Times Of Less Cash. Illustration by Sajith Kumar. Mail. Print. Share. A. A. A. increase text size. At ...

PM Modi Congratulates Donald Trump as he comes to Power - Andhrawishesh (blog)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the new President of the US, Donald Trump on Friday. He said that he is looked forward to working with him in order to deepen the bilateral ties and achieve the full potential of cooperation. "Congratulations ...

Like it or not, Trump is now our best friend - DailyO

Speaking at an event in Delhi recently, US Ambassador to India Richard Verma asserted, “Defence deals are now worth $15 billion (Rs one lakh crore), that's the highest ever and we are now among the top providers of defence and military equipment to ...

US President Donald Trump swearing in ceremony – Narendra Modi looking forward to further bilateral ties - Northbridge Times

US President Donald Trump swearing in ceremony: PM Narendra Modi congratulated Donald Trump on assuming the US Presidential office on January 20 as he said that he is looking forward to working together with him to enhance the bilateral ties and ...

Encourage youth to learn Indian languages: PM Modi - Times of India

GANDHINAGAR: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday called for cultural integration of Indian states in line with the 'Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat' motto. He was addressing — through a video link — the first national conference of ministers and ...

India needs institutional arrangement for excellence in sports: Modi - Hindustan Times

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said India needs an institutional arrangement for achieving excellence in sports. india Updated: Jan 21, 2017 01:04 IST. Indo Asian News Service New Delhi. Rann of Kutch ...

Dawn of new era in India-US ties? - The New Indian Express

President-elect Donald Trump pumps his fist as he arrives during the 58th Presidential Inauguration at the US Capitol in Washington. | AP. New Delhi, Jan 20: India is looking forward to new turn in its bilateral ties with the US as Donald Trump became ...

India And Japan: Great Leap Forward In Ties – Analysis - Eurasia Review

Japan is a “distant neighbour”. Yet, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made Japan his first destination in his schedule of visits to East Asia. Even as Chief Minister of Gujarat, he had visited Japan and established personal rapport with Prime Minister ...

Look forward to working with you: PM Narendra Modi to Donald Trump - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi tonight congratulated Donald Trump on assuming the office as the US President and said he looked forward to working with him to further deepen the bilateral ties and realise the full potential of cooperation.

Can Modi Pip Obama as Most Followed Leader on Social Media? - Sputnik International

The Indian PM has 76 million followers on social media. As Obama steps down from the popularity charts, Modi has to make a huge effort to become number one. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka addresses delegates on the ...

No coordination between govt departments, laments PM Modi - Daily News & Analysis

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Frifay asked various arms of the government to function in cohesion under a broad vision and lamented that its departments preferred to settle disputes in courts and worked in silos. "Unfortunately, government ...

Outgoing US Ambassador to India Richard Verma meets PM Modi - indiablooms

New Delhi, Jan 20 (IBNS): Outgoing US Ambassador to India Richard Verma met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday. In a statement, Verma said: "It was a pleasure to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi today on the last day of my tenure as ...

Narendra Modi will become the world's most followed leader on Twitter tonight - Scroll.in

The prime minister has 26.5 million followers on the microblogging platform, about six million more than US President-elect Donald Trump. Scroll Staff. Published Jan 20, 2017. Narendra Modi will become the world's most followed leader on Twitter ...

PM Modi becomes the most popular world leader on social media - NewsPatrolling (press release) (blog)

After US President Barack Obama ends his term on Friday, PM Narendra Modi will become the most followed world leader on Twitter. PM Modi has around 26.5 million followers on Twitter whereas Barack Obama has nearly 3 times more at around 81 million ...

India needs institutional arrangement for achieving excellence in sports: Prime Minister Narendra Modi - India Live Today

New Delhi, Jan 20: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said India needs an institutional arrangement for achieving excellence in sports. “We need an institutional arrangement that enables excellence in sports. I am sure every government wants to ...

PM Modi is the most followed leader on social media - Businessinsider India

When US President Donald Trump will be formally inaugurated and take over from Barack Obama , Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will automatically become world's most followed leader on social media . At present, After Obama, Modi has the biggest ...

'India has a lot more than cricket,' says PM Narendra Modi - Times of India

NEW DELHI: India "has a lot more than cricket", which is why other sports need to be encouraged and talent needs to be spotted right down at the district level, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi today. "Only providing infrastructure is not enough, a ...

First anniversary of PM Modi's 'Startup India': Hits & Misses - Businessinsider India

Narendra Modi government's ambitious 'Startup India, Stand Up India' campaign aimed at boosting entrepreneurship marked its first year anniversary on January 16, but the mood is much muted compared to last year. ALSO READ: What India can take away ...