March 2004 -

Foreign Policy for 2004

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The UPA Government has been, comprehensive and quite organised as far as its foreign policy is concerned. Some of the foreign policy included good trade relations with its neighbouring countries, and this is the topic that would be discussed in the SAARC summit in 2005. Indian Foreign Policy has been time tested as far as its relation to other neighbouring countries like Sri Lanka, Pakistan and other East Asian countries. It has adopted the “Look East Policy” and has had good relationship as far as U.S is concerned and has agreed on various sectors on a broad scale.

As far as the internal policy is concerned, it has tried to combine the workings of different departments in order to bring about stability and development within the economy. For example, the Ministry of External Affairs is closely coordinating its diplomacy with the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas in respect of securing energy supplies for India in different parts of the world. Thus Foreign Policy of the UPA government seems to have combined diplomacy with Pro Active policy and thus bring about good coordination and working relationship with many countries.

All we can conclude is that by bringing about a very clear foreign policy, India has tried to ease various trade related issues, as well as internal issues. This inturn has helped in technology transfer and knowledge transfer, because of the various linient measures undertaken by India, travelling to abroad countries and working there has bought about good inflow of foreign policy. This holds good in case of technology transfer too, many a technology are finding its place in India from all over the world especially from China and the United States. Let us wait and watch the outcome of the SAARC summit to be held in 2005.

Source: Embassy of India-Press release 2004

Take note of Impulse soft

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Haven’t heard of the name ‘Impulse soft’ before, well you will be hearing more about them in the coming years. It has sold what is called as wireless technologies to OEM’s. Ok for a simpler example, let us take the example of a walkman (conventional one), many people like the idea, but what about the wires dangling from your hears… Well if you haven’t thought about it think again. Impulse soft has brought about a revolution through this wire less technology. You can walk around with your portable radio anywhere with you (say your bag or hip) and can don a headphone without any wires. Cool isn’t it! That is what impulse soft is all about.

Source: economictimes.indiatimes.com

Nilekeni talks

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Nilekeni co founder of Infosys while talking to one of the reporters of economic times, laid emphasis on infosys listing in NASDAQ, its growth in the global market. According to him the purpose of registering with NASDAQ was to build global brand, to create currency for acquisition, to inspire confidence to customers and to raise cash. All these were definitely achieved by Infosys since its registration with NASDAQ. Infosys has been making good revenue from 2002-2004, when asked on this, Nilekeni replied that since its registration, they have been making good revenue, by taking advantage of the IT boom on the global level. While with the onset of 2004 the business is led on value based i.e value for money approach, and people no longer believed in investing more and more into new technology. Infosys had tapped on this and was able to make quick change with the change of the mindset of the people.

Well good news for all those who hold Infosys shares. Because the new CEO believes in changing with times, and this has what has paid off.

Source: www.economictimes.indiatimes.com

Foreign Policy for 2004

Posted by | World | No Comments

The UPA Government has been, comprehensive and quite organised as far as its foreign policy is concerned. Some of the foreign policy included good trade relations with its neighbouring countries, and this is the topic that would be discussed in the SAARC summit in 2005. Indian Foreign Policy has been time tested as far as its relation to other neighbouring countries like Sri Lanka, Pakistan and other East Asian countries. It has adopted the “Look East Policy” and has had good relationship as far as U.S is concerned and has agreed on various sectors on a broad scale.

As far as the internal policy is concerned, it has tried to combine the workings of different departments in order to bring about stability and development within the economy. For example, the Ministry of External Affairs is working closely with the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas for securing energy sources from different parts of the world, and thus trying to secure India’s future as far the enrergy situation is conerned. Thus Foreign Policy of the UPA government seems to have combined diplomacy with Pro Active policy and thus bring about good coordination and working relationship with many countries.

All we can conclude is that by bringing about a very clear foreign policy, India has tried to ease various trade related issues, as well as internal issues. This inturn has helped in technology transfer and knowledge transfer, because of the various linient measures undertaken by India, travelling to abroad countries and working there has bought about good inflow of foreign currency. This holds good in case of technology transfer too, many a technology are finding its place in India from all over the world especially from China and the United States. Let us wait and watch the outcome of the SAARC summit to be held in 2005.

Source: Embassy of India-Press release 2004

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