NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday called for boosting economic ties between India and Rwanda while describing the East African country as the gateway to the whole of Africa.
Union food processing minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal today asked Punjab chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh to walk the talk if he was really serious about boosting farmer earnings by announcing an immediate bonus of Rs 100 per quintal on paddy instead of playing politics by dubbing the historic increase of Rs 200 per quintal in paddy MSP as fluff.
Uzbekistan has expressed interest in furthering business and trade ties with Punjab, particularly in the areas of Agriculture, Education and Tourism, amid the improving industrial climate in the north Indian state. Uzbekistan's ambassador to India Mr. Farhod Arziev met Captain Amarinder on Saturday during a luncheon meeting, where the two discussed cooperation in areas of mutual interest for the benefit of both India and the Central Asian country.
As per a report, fashion (88 percent), electronics (78 percent) and health and beauty (54 percent) are leading categories in India encouraging about half of the respondents to purchase products and services two to five times a month. Top Tech News- News18.com
The report claimed that bots of Russian, Kazakh and Indonesian origin were boosting Mr Gandhi’s visibility on Twitter. Top Politics News- News18.com