Indian Economy News

September 22, 2023

Pan-India warehousing demand has outgrown supply by 1.4x in January-June, with rents up 10%

Demand for warehouse space has increased by 1.4 times to 13 million square feet during the first half of 2023, outpacing supply by an average of 10%: CREDAI-CRE Matrix report

Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi thanks all Rajya Sabha MPs who voted for the Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam

The Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi, thanked the Rajya Sabha MPs who voted in favour of the Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam. He emphasised that the Act is a homage to the innumerable women who have formed our country, and it is a historic step towards ensuring their views are heard even more effectively.

President of India Inaugurates first Uttar Pradesh International Trade Show at Greater Noida

President Ms. Droupadi Murmu stated that the Uttar Pradesh International Trade Show is a welcome move towards introducing Uttar Pradesh products to Indian and international markets. She was pleased to see that over 2,000 producers are showcasing their products, and over 400 buyers from 66 countries are attending this trade event.

The government has come out with a new set of National Awards in the field of Science, Technology, and Innovation known as the “Rashtriya Vigyan Puraskar’’

The "Rashtriya Vigyan Puraskar" is a new set of national awards for innovation, technology, and science that have been introduced by the Government of India, the goal of which is to recognise the worthy and inspirational contributions made by scientists, technologists, and innovators.

According to the Health Ministry, now Indian medical graduates can practice in the US, Australia, and Canada

According to the Health Ministry, the recognition of the National Medical Commission of India (NMC) as World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) will allow Indian medical graduates to practise in various countries such as the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

India and Nepal announced an agreement to upgrade cross-border electricity transmission facilities to increase power trading

India and Nepal approved plans to enhance cross-border transmission infrastructure to boost electricity trade during the 14th meeting of the Joint Technical Team (JTT), according to the India Narrative report.