Modi, the modernisation agenda: A ‘giant leap forward’

Modi has embarked on an ambitious modernisation programme that will transform India into a modern and dynamic nation.

He has pledged to build a country with more than 7,000 million people by 2030, a new economic engine that will boost the economy and create jobs.

The plan to build new industrial parks in the country’s north and south is also on the agenda, along with the construction of highways and railways.

It is the largest modernisation project India has undertaken in the past 40 years, with more money than the entire budget of the US Congress.

But Modi is also expected to unveil his flagship policy programme for the country at the launch of his flagship programme in December, dubbed the Digital India programme.

Modi is hoping the programme will draw in investors and attract more foreign direct investment (FDI).

The aim is to boost India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by at least 15 per cent by 2030.

Modi’s government has promised to set up new high-speed railways in the next five years, a project that has attracted a lot of FDI.

India’s economy has been hurt by the collapse of its banking sector.

This was exacerbated by the 2008 global financial crisis.

Modi was the prime minister of India when the global financial meltdown hit.

He launched a comprehensive and ambitious recovery programme in 2009 that helped revive the economy.

Modi also launched a massive programme to boost the Indian manufacturing sector in 2015.

However, the government has not delivered on its promises.

In December, the country has only been able to generate 7.3 per cent growth, compared with 10 per cent the year before.

The Modi government’s policy is to create jobs through innovation and technology.

It aims to make India the “fastest growing economy in the world”.

Modi’s vision has the potential to transform India’s economic fortunes in the years ahead.

It also raises concerns about the country becoming dependent on FDI, which could jeopardise the countrys fragile financial stability.

But what is the government doing to ensure the plan’s success?

How is it developing new technology?

Modi is looking at modernising India through its manufacturing sector.

His government is targeting new technology, such as robotics, to help create jobs and boost economic growth.

The government has invested heavily in new technologies such as automation and virtualisation.

The Government has invested in more than 100,000 machines to create manufacturing capacity, and is planning to spend $3 billion in 2018 to improve the efficiency of the manufacturing sector, according to the latest economic survey.

It has also pledged to invest in robotics to help boost the workforce.

Modi has also committed to digitise the public sector and private sector.

The Indian government has a plan to digitize the public service and provide services online.

This includes making the government accessible for digital devices and the internet, making it easier for citizens to access government services, and enabling greater transparency in the functioning of the public services.

The aim will be to ensure a modern, transparent and competitive public service system, and to create an online portal to inform citizens about the functioning and performance of public institutions.

In November, Modi launched a new initiative called the National Digital India (NDI).

The NDI is designed to build the Indian digital economy.

It will invest in research and development, create digital technology hubs, and make the country more competitive in the global digital economy, according the Indian government.

This will be achieved through the digitisation of public sector jobs, digital content, public services, educational institutions, and other key sectors, according a government document on the NDI website.

The NDO is currently in the final stages of implementation.

How is the Modi government planning to meet its commitment?

The NDOs aims to digitising India’s public services and digital economy by 2019-20.

The first part of the NDOs programme will focus on the services sector.

It includes making India a digital and digital friendly country, and investing in infrastructure.

This means investing in broadband, internet, smart grid, electric grids, water and sanitation, as well as digital services such as banking, education, social media, e-commerce, digital technology, and healthcare.

This also includes setting up a digital economy hub in the north and a digital hub in south India, where the government plans to set an office for digital development.

In the second phase, the NDO aims to invest more in the digital economy of the North and South, which includes a digital digital economy infrastructure, and invest in digital and e-learning infrastructure.

India will also invest in the Digital Economy Fund (DEG) and the Digital Innovation Fund (DEIF), which will be set up to promote digital development in India.

It plans to invest $100 million in the DEIF by 2019.

The DEG will be responsible for creating digital technology and elearning hubs.

The DEIF will be tasked with creating digital platforms for digitalisation of government services and education, and digital services and infrastructure in the North, South and Central India, as part of a project dubbed ‘Digital India 2020