Tuesday Morning Newsbrief, January 23

Tuesday morning brief Jan 23 2018
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Addressing a roundtable meeting in Davos, Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented exciting business opportunities to the top CEOs. Under the tagline of “India means business”, the roundtable was attended by 40 CEOs of global companies and 20 from India. He was accompanied by top government officials including Vijay Gokhale, Jai Shankar and Ramesh Abhishek.
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The Indian railways is set to roll out two semi high speed, self-propelled trains by June this year. The trains which will cut down the travel time by at least 20% in comparison to any train drawn by a loco due to faster acceleration and deceleration. They will have ‘world-class’ passenger amenities such as on-board Wi-fi and infotainment, GPS-based passenger information system and plush interiors with diffused LED lighting.-
Shah Rukh Khan received an award at the World Economic Forum in Davos for ‘his leadership in championing children’s and women’s rights’. English singer Sir Elton John and Australian actress Cate Blanchett were also honoured at the Summit. The 52-year-old received the award for showing an exemplary commitment to uphold human dignity through his non-profitable Meer Foundation.
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India was ranked 62nd among 74 emerging economies on the World Economic Forum’s Inclusive Development Index. “The 2018 index measures progress of 103 economies on three individual pillars-growth & development, inclusion & inter-generational equity and sustainability. Of the three pillars, India ranks 72nd for inclusion, 66th for growth & development and 44th for inter-generational equity,” the report said.
Congress has put the US government back in business by voting to end a three-day shutdown. The House voted 266 to 150 to extend federal funding, hours after Senate Democrats dropped their opposition to the plan after winning Republican assurances of a vote on immigration in the coming weeks.
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