Atmanirbhar Bharat News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called upon the youth to take a collective resolve and make efforts to build a new India whose identity is new, forward-looking and traditions are ancient
The pilot project envisages training for about 250 beneficiaries of 17 clusters of 17 districts selected from six states, including Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Odisha
Why successful trial of anti-tank guided missile Helina is a feather in the cap for India’s Armed Forces
The trial, conducted from an Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH), successfully engaged a simulated tank target. The DRDO has called the Helina one of the most advanced anti-tank weapons in the world
Ashwini Vaishnaw said there is an imperative need to flex the technology to meet the goal of Aatmanirbhar Bharat in order to make progress
The release of the lists comes at a time there is some uncertainty over the supply of military hardware by Russia to India in the wake of Western sanctions on Moscow over its aggression against Ukraine
Through this initiative, BJP aims to inculcate the message of self-dependence on the lines of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat
PM Modi-led committee approves purchase of 15 indigenously developed Light Combat Helicopters for Rs 3,887 crore
The helicopter is manufactured by state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. The Defence Ministry said 10 helicopters will be for the Indian Air Force and five will be for the Indian Army
Kavach has been approved by the Indian Railways for a speed of up to 160 km per hour based on the trials
Union Budget 2022-23: Changes in customs duty rates on imported goods, legislative changes under GST to nudge India to become a manufacturing hub
Union Budget 2022: From 5G rollout by 2023 to issuance of e-passports, highlights from Nirmala Sitharaman’s speech
Speaking for a duration of one-and-a-half hour, the finance minister said that this budget would focus majorly on taking India@75 to India@100
Union Budget 2022-23: Online upskilling needs to be the primary focus going forward
PM Modi accepted credibility crisis in Indian politics, no stain of corruption during tenure as head of govt: Rajnath Singh
Speaking about the last two decades of Modi's political journey, Singh said, 'Modi ji is 24-carat gold. There is not a single stain of corruption on him even after being the head of a government for 20 years.'
The DRDO chief said academic institutions could help in India’s technological advancement in a "big way
Railways to train 50,000 youths under the Rail Kaushal Vikas Yojana to further Atmanirbhar Bharat mission
Training programmes will be conducted in four trades like electrician, welder, machinist and fitter, and participants shall be provided 100 hours of training in 75 Railway Training Institutes across the country
PM's Modi's NEP address: From Academic Bank of Credit to Vidya Pravesh, several academic initiatives to be announced
These new initiatives will mark a significant step towards realisation of the goals of NEP 2020
Rajnath Singh approves expansion of negative list for defence imports in boost to 'atmanirbhar' campaign
The first negative list for defence imports comprising 101 items was issued last year. The restrictions on import of the 108 items that figured in the second list will progressively come into effect in the period from December 2021 to December 2025
The Ventilator Project documents a thrilling 90-day startup journey, holds a mirror to our administrative flaws
The book makes one appreciate the challenges behind making a medtech product in India, while also showcasing the kind of roadblocks that an innovator faces when bringing their products to markets.
Speaking at an e-book launch, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said 1.3 billion people of India have decided to make India 'Atmanirbhar'
India's first virtual toy fair to be launched on 27 Feb in a bid to boost 'Atmanirbhar Bharat' vision
The objective of the fair is to provide an impetus to 'Atmanirbhar Bharat' and 'vocal for local' campaigns, launched by the government to promote indigenous industries
The idea of ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ has caused a spike in the number of made-in-India apps that are nothing but a copy of the originals, which have either been developed or are based overseas.