10 CBSE Result

CBSE 10 Result

Importance of India enhanced by dynamic foreign policy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had addressed a program some time ago and said that the country’s foreign policy is guided by national interest and India’s voice is being heard on international forums. India’s foreign policy is such that keeping a global balance is emphasized to make better relations with all countries. India has been negotiating various issues with different countries in different areas from time to time. Recently, India has made several agreements on different subjects with different countries.

India-France MoU in the field of innovative and renewable energy

Under this MoU, the aim of India and France is to establish a solid foundation for ensuring cooperative institutional relations to promote technical bilateral cooperation on issues related to renewable and renewable energy based on mutual benefits, equality and reciprocity. Apart from this, the Joint Working Group related to research, projects run on pilot basis, capacity building program, study tour, case study and sharing of experience and expertise will be covered under the technical cooperation.

India-Denmark Agreement on Maritime Issues 

This agreement will facilitate the identification of areas of maritime cooperation between the two countries. Helping cross-border cooperation and investment between India and Denmark’s maritime areas is an important part of this agreement. In this agreement, provision has been made to exchange experts, publications, information, data and statistics to improve the mutual capabilities of the two countries to ensure better quality. Apart from this, the agreement will enable the shipping of Green Sea Technology and Shipbuilding, to provide the Shipping Registrar of India the status of recognized organization and to cooperate in the field of maritime training and education. With this agreement, research and development will also get momentum for continuous cooperation in the area ofmerchant shipping and marine transport related matters.

India-Japan bilateral exchange system

An agreement has been reached for the Bilateral Swap Agreement between India and Japan. For this, the Reserve Bank of India was authorized to sign the contract for the bilateral exchange arrangement between Bank of Japan and the Reserve Bank of India. This exchange arrangement is an agreement between India and Japan for necessary exchange and remittance of US $ 75 billion in domestic currency with the aim of maintaining reasonable levels of balance of payments to meet short-term shortage in foreign exchange.

Under the bilateral exchange system, the strategic objective of helping each other during difficulties will be met. With this facility, the funds will be available to India immediately for use. This system will improve the prospects of foreign capital withdrawal for Indian companies as there will be more stability in the country’s exchange rate. With the availability of such exchange arrangements in dealing with the difficulties arising in Balance of Payment, the pressure on the domestic currency will be reduced and the capacity of the Reserve Bank of India will increase in dealing with the exchange volatility.

India-Japan MoU on the Advance Model Single Window Development

The development of ‘Advanced Model Single Window’ for the necessary administrative procedures for this business related work and the implementation of this by the Central and State Governments in this MoU will ensure cooperation between India and Japan. In addition to this, the cooperation between the two countries will also be possible for the development of such a structure in which these procedures will be completed in a quick manner. This will speed up the efforts of India to promote ‘ease in business’ in the country. ‘Advanced Model Single Window’ is based on the best practices or practices being adopted in India and beyond. There are also measurable scales or criteria, and this will identify the possible obstacles in the way of setting up a single window in India. Therefore, it will be convenient to invest in it.

ToR for Tax Assistance to Swaziland

भारत और स्वाजीलैंड (नया नाम एस्वातिनी-Eswatini) के बीच सीमा विहीन कर निरीक्षक कार्यक्रम (Tax Inspectors Without Borders Programme-TIWBP) के तहत स्वाजीलैंड को कर संबंधी सहायता देने के लिये नामित भारतीय विशेषज्ञ की सहभागिता से संबंधित विचारार्थ विषय (Terms of Reference-ToR) पर हस्ताक्षर किये गए हैं। इसके लिये भारत और एस्वातिनी सरकार द्वारा एक भारतीय विशेषज्ञ को पारस्परिक सहमति से चुना गया है। इससे सीमा विहीन कर निरीक्षक कार्यक्रम के तहत एस्वातिनी को कर-संबंधी सहायता देने के लिये नामित भारतीय विशेषज्ञ की सहभागिता से जुड़ी शर्तों को औपचारिक रूप दिया जाएगा। इस कार्यक्रम के तहत भारतीय विशेषज्ञ की सहभागिता से विकासशील देशों में कर संबंधी मामलों में क्षमता निर्माण करने में भारत द्वारा सहयोग को बढ़ावा मिलेगा।

गौरतलब है कि संयुक्त राष्ट्र विकास कार्यक्रम (United Nations Development Programme-UNDP) और आर्थिक सहयोग एवं विकास संगठन (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development-OECD) द्वारा संयुक्त रूप से शुरू किये गए TIWBP का उद्देश्य ऑडिट क्षमता के सुदृढ़ीकरण के ज़रिये राष्ट्रीय कर प्रशासन को मज़बूत करने के लिये विकासशील देशों को आवश्यक सहयोग देना और अन्य देशों के साथ इस जानकारी को साझा करना है। TIWBP का उद्देश्य विकासशील देशों के टैक्स ऑडिटरों को आवश्यक तकनीकी जानकारियाँ और कौशल हस्तांतरित करने के साथ-साथ इन टैक्स ऑडिटरों के साथ सामान्य ऑडिट प्रथाओं और ज्ञान संसाधनों के प्रचार-प्रसार को साझा करके इन देशों के कर प्रशासनों को मज़बूत करना है। TIWBP कर संबंधी मसलों पर सहयोग बढ़ाने के लिये अंतर्राष्ट्रीय समुदाय द्वारा किये जा रहे प्रयासों का पूरक है और साथ ही यह विकासशील देशों के घरेलू कर जुटाने संबंधी प्रयासों में भी योगदान करता है। भारत विकासशील देशों में कर संबंधी मसलों में क्षमता निर्माण के लिये आवश्यक सहयोग देता रहा है। भारत चूँकि इस संदर्भ में वैश्विक स्तर पर अग्रणी माना जाता है, इसलिये भारत कर संबंधी मसलों में दक्षिण-दक्षिण सहयोग अथवा विकासशील देशों के बीच सहयोग सुनिश्चित करने में महत्त्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाता है।

China-India Digital Collaboration Plaza Begins

The introduction of the Sino-Indian Digital Collaboration Plaza-SIDCOP, an initiative launched by Indian IT companies and Chinese enterprises to bring each other closer to artificial intelligence based on single platforms. . It is a partnership of the National Association of Software and Services Companies-NASSCOM, along with the Guiyang and Dalian municipal governments (Guiyang and Dalian). The joint venture of an Indian and a Chinese company has been entrusted with the responsibility of operating this platform.

Significantly, Indian IT enterprises are known throughout the world for their expertise in transforming business and adapting operations by using various IT tools in a complex business environment. Indian IT enterprises have a long list of international customers, with the help of Indian IT enterprises have helped tremendously in changing their business and changing times. SIDCOP is a borderless marketplace, which is providing opportunities to Chinese enterprises to help them to adapt their operations and to adopt the best industrial practices or practices in business related solutions. This platform can be used to connect with India’s top Solution Providers and to help the Chinese enterprises to get the services of suitable solution providers for their projects.

It can be said that India’s foreign role in foreign countries has been expanded more than ever before under the current government’s foreign policy. In addition, the role of cultural diplomacy increased and India showed more activism in using common interests for its benefit. India’s foreign policy has not been behind in stepping up with changes in geo-political mobility. It is a direct example of easing relations with Russia and the US.


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