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The dynamic tilt in India's foreign policy is a welcome shift from the spineless policy of the UPA, but to realise and cement it's emerging status as a global power the Modi government needs to "Modify" the bureaucratic and archaic governance structures in place. Also the #Make in India" initiative needs to be pushed inside out meaning give impetus to domestic manufacturers and encourage startups and SMEs rather than focusing on bringing foreign players to make here. And finally the NDA needs to justify the faith of the electorate, who have given an overwhelming thumbs up. But the divisive political discourses and the lack of numbers in the upper house are causing delays which the public and the business class can afford.
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@Bhuvan To be honest, I'm not very up on the politics in India. Are these changes on the horizon? I'd love to know more.
Fdi, passing bills that in ordinance form. Impetus to the entrepreneurship arena. Health care reform. Pvt education boost. Promote Indian SMEs in manufacturing and industrial sector. Reduce shops, cut subsidies.
What kind of modifications do you hope to see?
I completely agree about encouraging local growth: no economy, no matter where it is in the world, should be sustained on the factor of focusing on bringing in foreign companies.