The United States has recognized the need for a reliable supply of critical minerals to support the growth of the renewable energy sector and reduce dependence on imports. Critical minerals are essential for the production of solar panels, electric vehicles, wind turbines, and electricity networks, and include metals such as copper, cobalt, nickel, lithium, and platinum.
Lessons in Growth and Development: Borrowing Ideas from India’s Prime Minister
Today, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicated the new campus of IIT Dharwad to the nation, which was developed at a cost of Rs 850 crore. Additionally, he inaugurated the world’s longest railway platform at Hubballi station and dedicated the electrification of the Hospete-Hubballi-Tinaighat section and upgraded Hosapete station projects.
From Self-Employment to Infrastructure Development: How India is Creating Jobs
In a video message delivered at a Rojgar Mela in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the Government is working on a comprehensive plan to create both direct and indirect employment opportunities throughout the country.
Building Sustainable Cities: How India’s Urban Planning Strategy Could Inspire Others
Urban planning is critical to India’s progress, according to the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Speaking at a post-budget webinar on Urban Planning, Development, and Sanitation, Modi emphasized that the Union Budget of 2023-24 has a strong focus on urban planning and infrastructure development.