The Act East policy of the Indian government has nurtured India’s ties with the 10 member countries of the ASEAN bloc giving a fillip to the year 2015.
With a view to challenge China’s influence in Southeast Asia, experts believe that India is all set to bring new development projects in Cambodia.
Rajasthan government received a shot in the arm as Malaysian companies have agreed to put in money for developing 4,000 km road.
With the aim to deal with challenges related to the siphoning of black money, the Central Board of Direct Taxes has said that India is in talks to sign collaborative jurisdictional agreements with three countries, being Singapore, Hong Kong and UAE.
Union Transport & Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari plans to link India and Thailand by road. The distance between India and Thailand is over 4,000 km.
India will hold a high-level border dialogue with Bangladesh next week in Dhaka in the backdrop of the recent handing over of top insurgents by the neighbouring country and its efforts to end cattle smuggling across the over 4,000-km frontier the two neighbours share.
Vietnam’s first ever Indian Film Festival was organised by the Indian Embassy there and Directorate of Film Festivals.
Australian High Court former judge, Justice Michael Kirby, said that despite the differences in legal system of the two countries, Indian and Australian lawyers can learn from each other at his book launch titled, ‘Australia and India: A Comparative overview of the Law and Legal Practice’.
During the meeting held in New Delhi, few months back, between officials of India and Bangladesh, decision was taken that India will supply an additional 100 MW of electricity, apart from the 500 MW power it is already supplying to Bangladesh.
Six satellites made in Singapore were successfully launched into space by the Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, which was carrying the satellites.
Infinity Optics Solutions, Singapore based company, has partnered with India’s leader in Iris Recognition Technology, Biomatiques Identification Solutions Pvt Ltd, to integrated Biometric Extended Depth-of-Field image capture (BEDoF) for Indian market.
India has emerged as the primary source of immigrants coming to Australia, with almost 230,000 arrivals in the year, an almost 20 per cent increase.
A civilian nuclear deal, a Rs 98,000-crore ($16 billion) agreement for a bullet train between Mumbai and Ahmedabad, a commitment by Japan to help India build and improve its infrastructure in roads, rail, metro rail, industrial corridors and urban development and a closer strategic and defence embrace marked Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to India.
Space scientists of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) are all set to launch six Singaporean Satellites on the eve of December 16 from its Sriharikota center.
The Airports Authority of India and operator of Singapore’s Changi Airport have entered into an agreement and the latter has become the first foreign company to manage Indian airports. Changi has been given contracts for Ahmedabad and Jaipur airports.
Six F-16 fighter aircraft from the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) are taking part in a Joint Military Training (JMT) with four Su-30 fighter aircraft from the Indian Air Force (IAF) between Nov 12 to Dec 17.
The ongoing stand-off between Kathmandu and New Delhi seems to be delaying the finalisation of details relating to the four-nation motor vehicles pact.
India would “lend its strength to keep the seas safe, secure and free for the benefit of all”, the Prime Minister said delivering the 27th Singapore Lecture soon after his arrival on a two-day state visit.
Singapore has taken the place of Mauritius as the place of highest Foreign Direct Investment source into India.