Tourism minister says G20 events ‘have put India on the map’ in response to Rajya Sabha question

In response to a question in the Indian Parliament, Indian Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy said G20 meetings in India have and locations hosting these events have “attracted global attention and put India on the global tourism map”.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah launches portal to facilitate refund of millions of Sahara depositors

Union Home Minister Amit Shah launched the Central Registrar of Cooperative Societies (CRCS)-Sahara Refund Portal to help the depositors claim for refunds of their money stuck in the Sahara group cooperatives.

FM Sitharaman discusses economic issues with Chinese counterpart on sidelines of G20 meet in Gujarat

Meeting on the sidelines of the third G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBG) gathering in Gandhinagar today, Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today discussed various economic issues including inflation and trade with her Chinese counterpart Liu Kun.

Rising Yamuna water level floods surrounding Delhi roads; paralyses traffic

Traffic movement in New Delhi on roads near the Yamuna river has been disrupted and commuters stuck for hours in traffic jams as floodwaters submerged the busy ITO intersection and Rajghat in central Delhi today.

India preparing to buy 26 Rafale jets, 3 Scorpene submarines from France

The Indian government is laying the ground work for procuring 26 Naval variant Rafale jets and three Scorpene submarines from France in the run-up to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Paris this week, according to sources.

USD 19.5 billion Foxconn-Vedanta deal falls through; Indian IT Minister says ‘no impact on India’s goals’

Indian mining baron Anil Agarwal’s Vedanta Ltd and Taiwan’s Foxconn have parted ways in a USD 19.5 billion semiconductor joint venture over not finding a technology partner to make chips to be used in electronic devices such as mobile phones, refrigerators and cars.

First IIT outside India to come up in Zanzibar: Jaishankar

The Indian Ministry of External Affairs announced today that the first IIT campus outside India will be launched in Tanzania’s Zanzibar and is expected to launch academic programmes in October.

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