The NRIs, PIOs and professionals settled abroad are a vast reservoir to articulate the national interests and affairs globally. This resource will be harnessed for strengthening Brand India
May 10, 2014|Indiaspora|Full Article
The foreign policy section of the BJP manifesto places special emphasis on India’s soft power potential and pledges to revive “Brand India” through what it describes as the 5 T’s: tradition, talent, trade, technology and tourism.
As the manifesto states, “The NRIs, PIOs and professionals settled abroad are a vast reservoir to articulate the national interests and affairs globally. This resource will be harnessed for strengthening Brand India.”
Three years of Modi government: 7 major policies and campaigns
May 26, 2017|IndiaToday|Full Article
Soon after taking charge, on September 25, 2014, Modi launched the campaign to attract foreign investment and build brand India. The primary goal behind this policy was to make India a global manufacturing hub, by encouraging both multinational as well as domestic companies to manufacture their products within the country.
The Prime Minister's sudden announcement on November 8 wiped out most of the currency in circulation and left millions scrambling for cash. Seen as the most radical decision taken by the Modi government, it was aimed at tackling untaxed or black money.
With an objective to generate awareness and to improve the welfare services provided to women, on January 25, 2015, Modi launched the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao campaign. The focus was laid on 100 selected districts that are low in Child Sex Ratio (CSR) for safeguarding the survival and education of a girl child
Vows to nurture"five Ts," build IITs, IIMs and AIIMS in every State
MAY 13, 2016 |The Hindu|Full Article
His development strategy is to go in “mission mode” in all sectors — industry, the next generation infrastructure, water and gas grids, bullet trains as in Japan, healthcare, education, agriculture, urbanisation, the setting up of 100 smart cities, and IITs, IIMs and AIIMS in every State.