Gujarat Government has spent Rs 42.56 crore in the last two financial years in organising Vibrant Gujarat Summit, the state Legislative Assembly was told on Tuesday.
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis made the announcement while launching its logo at the Sahyadri guest house on Friday.
India must tackle its crumbling infrastructure, stifling red tape and lay out clear policies if it is to attract the billions of dollars of outside investment it sorely needs, foreign bosses said on the fringes of a high-profile summit.
UN chief Ban Ki-Moon said Modi's 'Make in India' was a "very good policy" and that the Vibrant Gujarat Summit made the whole world "vibrate with dynamism".
With less than three months left in the current fiscal, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the divestment programme would be pursued on priority and involve more than one PSU during this period.
Leading bourse BSE today said it will invest Rs 150 crore to set-up an international exchange in Gujarat.
Gautam Adani-led Adani Enterprises and US-based SunEdison will invest around Rs 25,000 crore ($4 billion) to set up a solar park in Gujarat that will create 20,000 new jobs.
Group company Videocon Industries has a plant in Bharuch for manufacturing coloured glass spread over an area of 200 acres.
Clearly, Modi is for everything big: big dreams, dams and also claims. In his league of big things, smaller things, like inclusive growth, find very little space.
Modi, hosting captains of industry in his home state Gujarat, said in a speech on Sunday that India's economic outlook was robust.
With Parisians gearing up Sunday to hold a massive solidarity rally in France against the terror attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US Secretary of State John Kerry paid tributes to the victims of the attack
Gujarat-based Sintex Industries said it will set up a textile processing plant near<br /> Pipavav port at an investment of Rs 5,500 crore by 2017-18.
Singapore companies have opportunities in residential, commercial, water management, educational and healthcare segments as India proceeds with its planned development of 100 smart cities.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the seventh edition of the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, an event he conceptualised as the chief minister to attract global investors to the state.
Modi has always rebuffed demands for an apology. He insists that he did all that he could to stop the violence. "Up till now, we feel that we used our full strength to set out to do the right thing," he said.
Modi has asked the Pakistani delegation at the Vibrant Gujarat Summit to leave in view of the escalating tension along the Line of Control .
As Mistry's name was announced for delivering his maiden public address at the valedictory session of the sixth 'Vibrant Gujarat' summit, a thunderous applaud resounded at the packed Mahatma Mandir auditorium.
The Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons, who has just stepped down as Chairman of the group, said that those who had not invested in Gujarat were stupid.
Gujarat is clearly a favorite for HDFC Bank and it will open 250 branches in the state over the next three years, taking the total tally to 465 branches
Anand Mahindra said, "In future we will talk not just of China model in India, but Gujarat model in China."