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Make in India is an initiative of the Government of India to encourage multinational, as well as domestic, companies to manufacture their products in India. It was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 25 September 2014. 1 India would emerge...

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Make In India. 3,680,242 likes · 55,701 talking about this. A major new national program designed to transform India into a global manufacturing hub.

5 Things That Show Modi’S ‘Make In India’ Campaign Is Working

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched his ambitious “Make in India” program last September, pledging to lower barriers to doing business and promote foreign investment. He is hoping to transform Asia’s third-largest economy into a manufactu...

Make In India

A major new national program designed to transform India into a global manufacturing hub.

Make In India

From Automobiles to Agro-products. From Hardware to Software. From Satellites to Submarines. From Televisions to Telecom. From Pharma to Biotech. From Paper ...

Modi Wants China To 'Make In India'

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to bang the drum for his "Make in India" campaign during his maiden visit to China this week, but will companies from the "world's factory floor" bite? Modi will begin his three-day visit to China on...

Samsung Make For India – Refrigerators, Joy Smart Tv, Ac, Washing Machine, Galaxy Smartphones

Make for INDIA A Samsung Initiative - At Samsung, the world's leading electronics company. Innovation starts by listing carefully to what you need. Samsung Electronic Products in India - Refrigerators, Joy Smart TV, Air Conditioners, ActivWash+ W...

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Success Stories Of “Make In India” Campaign – Part 1

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the “Make in India” campaign on September 25, 2014. With one million people to enter the job market each month, creating opportunities to such a vast talent pool is a humongous task. Jobs need to be created in...

Make In India Vs. Make In China

Last Tuesday, Tata Motor’s Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) opened its first plant in Changshu, China. The luxury car-maker’s $1.78-billion Make-in-China push has come a little over a month after Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry confessed to be greatly enc...

Website Of Make In India Programme | National Portal Of India

Make in India is a new national programme, designed to facilitate investment. You can find detailed information about the Make in India programme, business sectors, ongoing projects, policies, etc.

From Son Of India To Make In India: Why The Country Is Failing The Manufacturing Race Still - Firstpost

The great filmmaker Mehboob Khan’s last film release was . The movie released in 1962 and Khan died in 1964. The movie is now more or less forgotten except for the song: . The song was a regular feature during the propaganda driven days when Doord...

Make In India 1st Year Anniversary – Mega Report

In today's show we are going to analyze how much impact had Modi government's 'Make in India' Project did. How much development and Jobs it has produced.

The Make In India Dream | Plain Facts

One of the Narendra Modi-led government's key initiatives, the 'Make in India' campaign, has generated an intense debate on the scope of manufacturing in the ...

Xiaomi Joins ‘Make In India’ Programme With Local Manufacturing In Andhra Pradesh

Xiaomi announced the launch of its manufacturing facility at a special event in Visakhapatnam, located in the state of Andhra Pradesh, in the presence of ...

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