Make in India week kicks off in Mumbai

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Make in India Week at the MMRDA grounds at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai on Saturday.

Prime Minister of Sweden, Finland, and Lithuania and Piotr Glinski, Deputy PM of Poland, are present at the inauguration. Over 8,000 Indian industry leaders and 13 Union Ministers are attending the event.

Latest updates

6:35 pm: Prime Minister presents the awards of TV Narendra of Tata Steel, Pawan Munjal of Hero Motocorp and Agarwals of Ajanta Pharma.

6:33 pm: Young maker of the year goes to Yogesh and Rajesh Agarwal of Ajanta pharma

6:32 pm: Innovator of the Year goes to Hero Motocorp

6:31 pm: Best In class manufacturing goes to Tata Steel

6:30 pm: Time India awards being announced

6:29 pm: Sweden PM Stefan Lofven announces setting up of Sweden-Indian business leaders roundtable.

6:16 pm: Oracle Corp to set up nine incubation centres for Start Up India programme. Organise Oracle Cloud World conference in Mumbai bringing top technology minds.

6:12 pm: Maharashtra signs MoUs with sterlite industries, coca cola and Raymond, announces CM Fadnavis.

5:34 pm: Make in India week inaugural ceremony begins with a colourful welcome dance titled Vasundhaiva Kutumbakam. CM Devendra Fadnavis delivering opening speech at National sports club of India at Haji Ali Seaface.

5:30 pm: Maharashtra is hosting the biggest pavilion among the 17 State pavilions at the Make in India Week with noted Bollywood art director Nitin Desai showcasing its potential as an investment destination over 10,000 sq ft, even as government officials said the State is likely to sign MoUs worth Rs. 4 lakh crore during the event. > Full story

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