India is in the midst of the first phase of its first phase economic summit.
The agenda is to promote industrial manufacturing, promote the rural economy and the infrastructure sector, and support foreign investment, but the central government has not yet set out the specific measures to make these goals a reality.
This is a problem because there is no clear roadmap for how the government will be able to deliver the objectives.
One thing is certain: the economic agenda needs to be developed in a coherent manner, with the goal of achieving the two-thirds target by 2020-21.
The government has said that the objective will be achieved within the next three years.
The economic agenda must be based on a clear and ambitious framework, and it needs to have a clear policy direction.
We will not let this agenda slide.
If the government does not set out a roadmap, there is a real possibility that the country will remain a third-world country.
The economic agenda has to be grounded in a clear strategy.
There are three different goals that need to be achieved, but only one of them is achievable without a clear direction.
First, the government has to set out clear, realistic and achievable measures for the economy to achieve the two thirds target by 2019-20.
The second is the goal to achieve two- thirds of GDP by 2020.
This will help the economy achieve its growth target of 6% by 2020, and the third is to achieve GDP of 7% by 2019.
If India does not achieve this, there will be no real growth.
Second, the economic roadmap needs to identify the main sectors that will be key to India’s future economic development, including agriculture, energy, construction, and services.
This needs to include agriculture, water, power, and information and communications technology.
Third, the economy needs to set up an industrial policy, to help India achieve its economic development goals and its long-term economic goals.
India should set up the Industrial Policy Council, which will be responsible for the policy direction for the sector, its growth and its employment prospects.
This body will also be responsible in terms of the policy for the development of the country.
The policy will be developed with the objective of achieving a three-year plan for economic growth and employment.
The focus will be on the sectoral sector and the rural sector, which has a significant share in the overall growth of the economy.
This can be achieved through two major measures: setting up of an Industrial Policy Centre, a central body responsible for setting up the policy, and setting up an Industrial Development Centre, responsible for managing the industrial policy.
The aim is to create a strong, clear and consistent policy for industrial policy and the industrial sector, as well as set up a national industrial policy agenda, which is crucial to the success of the industrial agenda.
In the past, India has set up industrial policy frameworks, which have been very successful.
In the past decade, there have been some very important reforms, but there has not been a clear roadmap to the industrial growth and the job creation agenda.
This has led to many failures.
For example, the Indian government has been trying to set a number of policies for the industry, but it has not focused on the industrial economy and has not created a clear industrial policy framework.
The Industrial Policy Committee, which was set up in 2007, was meant to give the government a clear economic strategy, and to establish a clear framework for industrial policies.
The Committee has been failing to take up the task of creating a clear, coherent policy, even though the Centre has set a target of achieving two-third GDP in 2019-2020.
We need to set an agenda and ensure that we have an economic agenda that is not one of a lot of things and one of very few things.
The industrial agenda is a core component of India’s growth agenda.
India needs to do everything possible to ensure that the industrial strategy is clear and coherent, and that the government is not distracted by the economic strategy.
This is not a bad thing.
In a country like India, where there is so much to do and so many things to do, there should be a lot more to be done.
The goal of the economic summit is to set the industrial and services agenda.
The economy needs industrialisation, and a country that does not develop its economy will have a poor economy.
The objective of industrialisation is to bring about growth in a short period of time, which in the past has not happened.
The first objective should be to set industrial development in a smooth way.
The next objective should include the sectors of agriculture, services, construction and energy.
The third objective should focus on the infrastructure, such as roads, railways, ports, power generation, and water supply.
These are important for the success and development of industrial sector.
This focus will help India maintain its competitiveness and achieve a growth rate of 6%.
The industrial agenda needs a strong and clear policy, with a clear vision, so that it is not misused.
The Prime Minister