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India's Lohia Group acquires Israeli company Light and Strong; eyes global aerospace, defence markets
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India's Lohia Group acquires Israeli company Light and Strong; eyes global aerospace, defence markets

Lohia Group's Indian facility located in Kanpur will be part of the Uttar Pradesh government's defence corridor and also help establish India as an exporter for customised composite products, he noted.

Research in India Part 3: Ecosystems are the key to nurturing an innovation economy
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Research in India Part 3: Ecosystems are the key to nurturing an innovation economy

Innovation is the basic source of wealth creation within an economy and is beneficial, both for companies and for nations, in order to survive and develop in a commercial environment.

Research in India Part 3: Ecosystems are the key to nurturing an innovation economy
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Research in India Part 3: Ecosystems are the key to nurturing an innovation economy

Innovation is the basic source of wealth creation within an economy and is beneficial, both for companies and for nations, in order to survive and develop in a commercial environment

Research in India Part 2: Does R&D hold the key to fuelling economic development?
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Research in India Part 2: Does R&D hold the key to fuelling economic development?

Most of the contemporary economists have attributed the sustained growth in developed nations to their intensive research and development activities.

Research in India Part 1: Local solutions are needed to deal with unique problems
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Research in India Part 1: Local solutions are needed to deal with unique problems

Research and Development (R and D) is critical for an economy to remain competitive in the era of globalisation.

Research in India Part 2: Does R&D hold the key to fuelling economic development?
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Research in India Part 2: Does R&D hold the key to fuelling economic development?

Economists like Adam Smith had long established a relationship between scientific research and economic growth