The India Less Appreciated
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The India Less Appreciated…

We are the longest continuously surviving civilization – from Afghanistan and Balochistan in the west to the North-East and Bangladesh, and from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and even Sri Lanka, we all have the same gene pool, so genetically we are similar people. Our traditions, richness, values and people continue intact in most parts of our land, (even if we have lost it in areas that got partitioned and/or subject to religious conversions). We have accepted all religions and given them a home, and assimilated ideas from outside. In history, we have been the major source of contributing our wealth and knowledge including mathematics, medicine (ayurveda), yoga, architecture, dance, music, pyschology and linguistics through Sanskrit to the world. Due to our dharmic religions and value systems, we have offered great ideas like such as unity of mankind, harmony of mankind, divinity of an individual, creative synthesis and belief in cosmic values. How amazing…

Source: New India Digest

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INDIA REJECTS APPLE’S PLAN TO IMPORT USED PHONES…

As we know India is pushing “Make in India”, and the last thing it needs is importing used iPhones for sale locally which falls under the category of importing used electronics for resale.

Source: Econsultancy

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Make in India
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MAKE IN INDIA IS CATCHING FIRE WITH Rs.15 LAKH CRORE OF PLEDGES… IT IS REALLY TAKING OFF

India has received pledges for nearly Rs. 15 Lakh crore (or US $222 billion) of investment pledges for “Make in India” so far already. PM’s Make in India initiative is to simply transform India into the leading “global manufacturing hub,” while creating jobs for the youth. The global chatter is that foreign direct investment into India is likely to overtake both USA and China, and is far ahead of the BRICS countries. Why this push? we have so many youth now, and by mid-century, India’s workforce will exceed 100 crores – so leaders have to figure out how to keep them all employed.

Source: Forbes

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