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                          Last updated: 26 Jul, 2021  
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                          IMF expects India to play more role in Indo-Pacific growth
                          SME Times News Bureau | 21 Apr, 2018
                          The International Monetary Fund expects India's role in the Indo-Pacific region's development to continue to expand because of its robust growth, but it has to carry out more trade reforms, Ken Kang, the deputy director in IMF's Asia Pacific Department said on Friday.


                          PM to inaugurate UP Investor's Summit Wednesday
                          SME Times News Bureau | 20 Feb, 2018
                          Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate two–day Uttar Pradesh Investors’ Summit 2018 in Lucknow on Wednesday.
                          It will be Modi's last Budget: Tharoor
                          SME Times News Bureau | 29 Jan, 2018
                          Known for his vibrant diction in English, Congress MP and writer Shashi Tharoor has often sent twitteratis looking for dictionaries but the writer of the just-released "Why I Am A Hindu," reinforced his sustained attack on the Hindutva ideology by making a direct attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and maintained that "this is going to be the last Budget" of the Modi government - all of this, bilingually, in Hindi and English.
                          India-Russia to sign deal for 48 Mi-17 choppers
                          SME Times News Bureau | 23 Jan, 2018
                          A contract for Mi-17V-5 helicopters, which was supposed to be signed last year, is now expected to be finalised soon, a top Russian official has said.
                          Nearly 4% of GDP is lost due to malnutrition: Report
                          SME Times News Bureau | 22 Jan, 2018
                          India loses about 4 per cent of GDP (gross domestic product) to malnutrition and the trend can be reversed by focusing "on production diversity as well as food fortification at a macro level", a research paper revealed on Sunday.
                           Center News
                          » Pandemic triggers Covid cess hope for fund starved govt
                          » Dec inflation up 5 pc, Nov factory output jumps 8 pc
                          » Direct tax collections up 18 pc in April-December
                          » PM urges officers to take postings in backward districts
                          » Govt to form committee to clear stalled port projects
                          » This New Year special for millenium youth: Modi
                          » Lok Sabha passes amendment bill on GST cess
                          » India's trade deficit with China at $36.73 bn in Apr-Oct
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                           State News
                          » Goa CM perpetrated misdemeanour by nominating Godinho: TN Min
                          » 'Reduced to mockery': Calcutta HC judge questions handling of Narada case
                          » Punjab women make living out of their backyard greens, conserve it too
                          » In Assam 46.93% believe living standards will improve
                          » Odisha's economy expected to contract by 4.92% in 2020-21
                          » Punjab to revive industry in post-Covid era with fiscal incentives
                          » UP govt signs MoU with Ikea
                          » Relax fire safety norms for industries: AP Chambers
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