Foreign Relations

Foreign Relation

  • CELEBRATING NEW YEAR ALL OVER THE WORLD

    CELEBRATING NEW YEAR ALL OVER THE WORLD: SOUTH AFRICA: In South Africa, people are in the habit of throwing out old wooden furniture outside. For collecting these articles, many people are wandering in the streets. PANAMA; People of Panama welcome the New Year by firing effigies.   All in the family including elders and children are…

  • INVESTMENTS BY FRANCE IN INDIA

    INVESTMENTS BY FRANCE IN INDIA: Agreements are expected to be signed between India and France. Memorandum of understanding on space cooperation, tourism, anti-terror training between the National Security Guard and France’s GIGN special ops forces (National Gendarmerie Intervention Group) who were at the forefront during the Garlie Hebdo operations.  During his visit to Airbus headquarters…

  • RED CARPET IN A.P. FOR JAPANESE COMPANIES

    RED CARPET IN A.P. FOR JAPANESE COMPANIES: Speaker, Akio, Minister, Embassy of Japan, told that Japanese companies in India were facing problems owing to lack of infrastructure, red tape and tax complications. Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh promised that A.P. would be the best in terms of faster clearance, infrastructure and governance. He further said…

  • U.S. FOR INVESTMENT IN ANDHRA PRADESH

    U.S. FOR INVESTMENT IN ANDHRA PRADESH: United States Ambassador to India, Richard Verma met Chief Minister N.Chandrababu Naidu on 23rd of February and enquired about investment opportunities for U.Scompanies in Defense, education, Science & Technology  IT, Tourism, infrastructure and ports. Mr. Verma discussed the areas of collaboration between the U.S government and the Andra Pradesh government.…

  • INDIA INKS NUCLEAR PACT WITH SRILANKA

    INDIA INKS NUCLEAR PACT WITH SRILANKA: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Maithripala Srisena concluded a civil nuclear co-operation agreement, during the recent visit of the Srilankan President to India. The agreement on nuclear co-operation would facilitate co-operation in the transfer and exchange of knowledge and expertise, sharing of resources, capacity building and training of…

  • NUCLEAR AGREEMENTS WITH U.S -PACTS NOT SIGNED

    NUCLEAR AGREEMENTS WITH U.S -PACTS NOT SIGNED: The nuclear deal and other agreements announced during Mr. Obama’s visit to India for Republic Day were being finalized. One week after the visit, details are emerging about the agreements that were announced between Mr. Modi and Mr. Obama after bilateral talks in Delhi. What seems clear is…

  • OBAMA’S VISIT- NUCLEAR DEAL

    OBAMA’S VISIT- NUCLEAR DEAL: A day after U.S. President and Mr.Modi announced a “breakthrough “in nuclear negotiations, one of the U.S companies that hope to set up a reactor in India has welcomed it, but many remained wary of declaring the “deal done” without more clarity on the terms. The term “breakthrough” is appropriate Westinghouse…

  • MR. OBAMA’S VISIT- U.S. WILL HAVE MORE BUSINESS IN INDIA

    MR. OBAMA’S VISIT- U.S. WILL HAVE MORE BUSINESS IN INDIA: U.S. President announced a slew of initiatives that included$ 4 billion in bank loans from U.S. banks; funds for green energy, $ 2 billion in financing for renewable energy projects in India and $ 1 billion from the Exim bank of the U.S. for project…

  • OBAMA’S VISIT- THE NUCLEAR DEAL IS DONE

    OBAMA’S VISIT- THE NUCLEAR DEAL IS DONE: During the visit of the American President Mr. Obama , a breakthrough understanding has been reached that would allow nuclear contracts to be signed between U.S. firms and India. The agreement, including the completion of administrative arrangements, was a key highlight of the India-U.S. bilateral negotiations that marked…

  • DUBAI INVESTS IN TELENGANA

    DUBAI INVESTS IN TELENGANA: Lulu Group international, an Abu Dhabi based company having diversified business interests with focus on retail sector, has announced its plans to invest Rs. 2,500 crores in Telengana in the next one year. The lulu Group is considered the largest retail chain in the Middle-East having over 100 hypermarkets with a…