PM Modi for highlighting Ambedkar's vision on industrialisation

Keen on rapid industrialisation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday night pitched for highlighting dalit icon B R Ambedkar's vision on it with emphasis on the necessity to generate employment for the poor and deprived sections of society.

Centre to help Andhra Pradesh in industrialisation push

 The NDA Government will help Andhra Pradesh in catering to its development needs and efforts in industrialisation, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitely said on Saturday.

Centre to help Andhra Pradesh in industrialisation push

The NDA Government will help Andhra Pradesh in catering to its development needs and efforts in industrialisation, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitely said on Saturday.

Bigger human settlements were more productive: Study

 Just like modern cities, the bigger ancient settlements were more productive than their smaller counterparts, shows a new research.

Govt to notify more than 60 eco-sensitive zones this year

The government aims to notify over 60 sanctuaries and national parks as 'eco-sensitive zones' this year to check the negative impact of industrialisation and unplanned development in and around protected areas.

Mamata urges industrialists to invest in Bengal

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday urged industrialists to invest in the state to promote tourism and develop infrastructure during a visit to the Sunderbans, the world's largest mangrove forest.

'Rapid industrialisation leads to pollution'

Himachal Pradesh High Court Chief Justice Mansoor Ahmad Mir Saturday expressed concern over rapid industrialisation and growing population leading to increase in air and water pollution.

Hindrance can be removed by changing companies act: Nirmala

In its bid to ensure a sustainable growth rate in India, the Centre on Friday said it was in the process of amending certain provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 in order to overcome hurdles affecting hassle-free industrialisation.

War of words with Tata: Mitra says chapter now closed

A week after the war of words between him and industrialist Ratan Tata over industrialisation in West Bengal, Industries and Finance Minister Amit Mitra Thursday said the chapter is closed.

‘WB has honestly embarked on industrialisation’

Governor M K Narayanan Thursday said that West Bengal has honestly embarked on the path of industrialisation and hiccups should not come in its way.

Would ensure industrialisation if voted to power: Mamata

Trinamool Congress supremo
Mamata Banerjee said that if elected to power in West Bengal, her government would ensure industrialisation in the
state but asserted that it would not acquire land for setting
up private industries.

Buddhadeb Bhattacharya for industrialisation of Bengal

West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb
Bhattacharjee on Wednesday said the Left Front would continue to
focus on industrialisation by setting up more and more units
in the state.

No slackening of industrialisation in Bengal: Buddhadeb

West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee emphasised that
the process of industrialisation cannot be reversed.

Basu felt industrialisation was neglected in WB: Amartya Sen

Amartya Sen on Sunday described Jyoti Basu, who breathed his last in Kolkata, as one
who would be missed for his ideas and leadership and said he
was concerned about neglect of industrialisation in the state.

Trinamool hampering WB industrialisation: Left

West Bengal Industries and Commerce Minister Nirupam Sen has accused the Trinamool Congress of creating problems in the state government`s land acquisition plans, thus delaying industrialisation in the state.

AP Govt determined to promote industrialisation: Rosaiah

Andhra Pradesh government would
adopt a multi-pronged strategy to promote industrialisation in
the state in a big way, Chief Minister K Rosaiah said on Sunday.

Manner of land acquisition in WB a mistake: Amartya Sen

Despite the "overwhelming" need for industry in West Bengal, the manner in which the state government acquired land for the purpose was a "mistake," Nobel laureate economist Amartya Sen has said.