India’s foreign stratagem appears


India’s foreign stratagem appears geared to reinvent India as a more reliant  and taut nation, a well deserved recognition by the  global leader. As the Narendra Modi government  compleats a year in office foreign policy has remained its pièce de résistance and after a decade India is on  way to become Super Power. No suspicion he has shove India as the “biggest opportunity destination” for both business investment and career-building in the current global economy. Prime Minister’s  recent US tour when the UNO celebrates its 70th anniversary will prove to be a “game changer” in the history of independent India and will certainly boost India’s foreign policy which has remained pièce de résistance. Narendra Modi’s  ambitious project “Make In India” has pioneered a new chapter after the Prime Minister’s recent visit learning as is set to boost this ambitious project. Prime Ministers recent visit to headquarters of global firms like Facebook ,Google and Tesla Motors as well as meeting top American investors for ambitious “Make In India” and “Invest In India” will in-fact prove to be a landmark in India’s bold foreign and decision making policy.   No doubt , the government maintains “Zero” tolerance on corruption and we must appreciate the foreign minister of India’s stand and clear cut answer to the Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the issue of global concern- terrorism. The argument of “Good Terrorism” and “Bad Terrorism” has no weight as terrorism has no definite shape, colour, religion, structure but it is just a matter of global concern and need immediate united attention.


India has set a goal  to cut  carbon emission   by 33-35 per cent by 2030, compared to 2005 levels. This is our  biggest step ever    in the direction to get  sustainable development  for  blue planet.


Prime Minister is focusing on India’s neighbors, considering the fact that South Asia will be a powerhouse soon. No doubt, he has been by far very successful in building strong relations with our neighbors and giving a new “Pro-Active “ foreign policy under his dynamic and committed leadership.


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