"Simultaneous polls won't happen if I want it or the BJP wants it". I am confident that if there is discussion in the country, something good will come out.
Netanyahu and Modi have pledged to deepen economic and security ties in a more open embrace of the relationship which New Delhi had long kept at a low profile, largely for fear of upsetting Arab nations on which it depends for oil.
Modi said that the Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government had helped 100 million people start their own business through the Mudra Yojana, under which a total amount of Rs4 trillion was given to people for the goal.
While the Indian government has been keen to include more local suppliers for the Japanese-funded Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project, the Reuters report said the Japanese side has raised concerns primarily about the quality of work at least in the case of Jindal Steel and Steel Authority of India (SAIL). Is it not job creation when 10 crore people get money to start their own business?
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Two yoga teachers from India will hold daily classes next week at the summit, which has attracted 70 heads of state and government, including U.S. President Donald Trump as well as celebrities, chief executives and top bankers.
"Even after the banks nationalisation, 30-40 percent population remain out of the banking services and with the implementation of Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana", Modi said.
"The biggest thing about GST is the power of the federal structure". It is a huge transformation and some adjustments would take time.
The Swiss government said Ammann will focus on fostering bilateral economic relations and free trade negotiations in his various meetings.