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INDIA CELEBRATES ITS 71ST ANNIVERSARY

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The Embassy of India in the People’s Republic of China held a ceremony to mark the 71st anniversary of the Independence Day on August 15 in Vientiane with the presence of Lao Prime Minister of Lao People’s Democratic Republic of Laos and guests invited to attend.

At the ceremony, he’s TV Masri Eizo said: On 15 August 1947 we became the country’s independence sovereignty and responsibility to the destination is isolated from a colony of England as the people of India. In the year 2022, our country will celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Independence Anniversary it is our national decision to achieve the real goal for New India, and then we will talk about what our new India means There is a clear definition of housing for all families energy, demand roads and good telecommunications ,

For India is taken as a dialogue partner of ASEAN over the years this month the meeting ASEAN – India Bangkok ,Thailand was deemed successful as well with contributions help India to Laos includes many regions emerging is education, by supporting scholarship to Laos as many each year that ties together Between India – his his – India step is growing steadily. 

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GU VC ATTENDS 25TH ANNIV OF ASEAN-INDIA TIES IN LAO

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JALUKBARI, Aug 8 – Gauhati University Vice Chancellor Dr Mridul Hazarika, who is currently visiting Lao on invitation from Habib Mohammed Chowdhury, founder chairman and managing director, ASEAN India Business Council, Lao People’s Democratic Republic Chapter, attended the 25th anniversary of ASEAN-India relations at Vientiane on August 7.

Dr Hazarika will also be visiting Cambodia and Vietnam. Prof Noni Gopal Mahanta, Director, South East Asean Studies, Gauhati University, is accompanying him.

The anniversary celebration is being jointly organised by the ASEAN India Business Council Chapter, Lao People’s Democratic Republic Chapter and the Embassy of Republic of India in Lao PDR and supported by Lao National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LNCCI) of Lao PDR.

During his visit Dr Hazarika will also visit universities in Lao PDR to explore collaborative programmes as part of the mandate for the Centre for South East Asean Studies, GU.

The GU VC will also sign an MoU with the National University of Laos and a few other institutions of higher education. The institutes have already agreed for student and staff exchange programmes and one such programme involving 15 students will start after the MoU is signed.

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ASEAN LEADERS URGED TO REAP BENEFITS FROM ACT EAST POLICY

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ITANAGAR, Aug 8 – Arunachal Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein has said that the cultural similarity between the people of the ASEAN countries and the North-east should become the fulcrum of friendship and the bedrock of all policies, both diplomatic and economic.

He said this during the celebration of the 25th anniversary of ASEAN-India Dialogue Partnership in Lao People’s Republic capital Vientiane yesterday, an official communique said here today.

Mein said India is on the path to forge a strong partnership with the ASEAN countries under the dynamic and visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Delhi’s Act East Policy will be a game changer for the north-eastern states of India.

Stressing on India’s cultural diversity and the cultural similarities of the North-east with most ASEAN countries, he said this should be reinforced through regular bilateral cultural exchanges.

Mein also called for developing an institutional mechanism in this direction to enhance people-to-people contact and create a platform for developing better understanding and opportunities of economic activities in due course of time, the release said.

He urged the ASEAN leaders to take full benefit of the agreement on trade in goods under the framework agreement on comprehensive economic cooperation between India and the ASEAN countries.

He also proposed to the ASEAN-India Business Council to consider organising a business-to-business meeting in the North-east for greater cooperation and understanding between the two regions.

Mein also highlighted the diverse tribal culture, immense potential in tourism, horticulture and hydro power sectors of Arunachal Pradesh.

He invited the ASEAN to look at investment in infrastructure development such power evacuation as Arunachal Pradesh is also known as the powerhouse of India.

He called for early re-opening of the historic Stilwell or Ledo Road that starts from Assam and passes through Arunachal Pradesh and Myanmar and culminates at Kunming in China.

“This road will facilitate transportation of produces of Arunachal Pradesh to Myanmar and vice-versa and there will be considerable complimentary trade opportunities on both sides,” he said. – PTI

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MINISTER OF MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY WELCOMES MANIPUR GOVERNOR OF INDIA

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In the days to 8 August in the capital, Vientiane Monday, you light the band Celebrity Minister Ministry statement Information, Culture and Tourism Attractions ( Laos ) honor welcome to visit the low count of Shri.NBiren Singh’s government of Manipur and the country in India , along with the board of the opportunity to travel to visit and do work in the soldier ‘s .Along with the board of the opportunity to travel to visit and do work in the soldier’s .Along with the board of the opportunity to travel to visit and do work in the soldier’s .

The opportunity, you do not light the band ‘s show at the Technology Forum ,Thank you and congratulations to you the state of Manipur as well as a trip to visit and work in the country he once considered as a further tightening the ties between India India to the East , it is the soldier ‘s to tightly close nying Up .

At the same time, you have the state Manipur also expressed gratitude to the Minister of (Laos) to take valuable time to get warm at this time , with the clear intention of traveling to visit and work in the country ‘s once you minister informed further .

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THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS WELCOMES THE INDIAN DELEGATION

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The Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism (MoI) of the Kingdom of Cambodia has welcomed the visit of Shri N. Biren Singh, Governor of Manipur, India, along with the delegation on August 8 at the Ministry of Tourism’s visit to Laos. This opportunity not light rings of the show welcome and congratulations to you Sansiri NBA Florence sync trip visit this time is to initiate an exchange of culture, tourism, especially to enhance ties between India and ASEAN is Laos and cooperation of the two countries will increase the exchange promote conservation heritage Gary As the two countries – India’s growth better. He also expressed his appreciation for the warm hospitality of the Minister and the aim of his visit to the Lao PDR. He also affirmed that he will continue to strengthen ties between the two countries of India and Laos, and even if the two countries have a long way to go, the two countries will always have a great friendship. (News: Heaven)

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LAOS – INDIA STRENGTHENS TRADE COOPERATION TIES

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On August 8, 2017, Mr. Abdullah Kittikhong, Prime Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office welcomed the ASEAN-India Business Council Led by Shri.N Biren Singh, Deputy Prime Minister of India, Chief of Government of Manipur, India.

          Meeting times, you Shri.N Biren Singh informed the success of the conference celebrating Asian partners – India The 25th anniversary of the ASEAN-India Business Council, which was held in Vientiane last week, is a great opportunity. Good for ASEAN businessmen and Indians as business people in Lao PDR have exchanged ideas To promote business, trade, investment and tourism. It also fosters a cooperative relationship.

         On this occasion, Mr. Abdullah Gautama highly valued the cooperation of ASEAN and India in many fields. Especially in the area of ​​economic integration and ASEAN integration. At the same time, it is also an opportunity to express his admiration toShri.N Biren Singh is an Indian government that values ​​the relationship. ASEAN and India have also informed the Indian side of ASEAN’s intention as the Lao PDR. Closer to the existing ASEAN-India relationship to continue to flower more Old low side and encourage India to continue to support his economic future.

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INDIA RANKED 8TH IN INVESTMENT IN LAOS

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 Bolts. Lao PDR’s trade balance from exports to India is over 100 million US dollars in 2016, while imports from India only 30 million The United States is ranked eighth in foreign investment in Laos. On the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the ASEAN-India Partnership, organized by the Lao Chamber of Commerce and Industry The ASEAN -India Business Council washeld on August 7, 2017 in Vientiane Capital.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade, Mr. Somchit Intimoney, said that in 2016, Lao PDR Exporting various kinds of products to India, such as minerals, rubber, furniture, etc., worth more than 100 million. US $. While imports from India cost more than 30 million US dollars. Including machinery, agricultural products, steel products and others.

He further added that this meeting, for a closer look at the trade channel, joint investment in promoting ASEAN as achance for the great play for the lead ,The Business of Business and the head unit of the frame and from the East – in India andthe countries of the region have been found in two changes of I think the show and the opening of the <ai = 79> view of thecomplicated joint push push to join hands in the trade to the capital the Travel Guide and others.The surf tour and others.Thesurf tour and others. 

According to the data of the two sides also provides that :Previous to join hands in the trade in India with the ASEAN inbetween the years 2007-2008 with only the 3.0 billion dollars in the US state but came up now add <ai = 78> up to 71 billiondollars in the United States .The region is paired together in the trade of level of the Indian media and pair join in the tradefull range of of the region .   

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[GUWAHATI PLUS] ASSAM BUSINESSMAN WINS AWARD IN MALAYSIA

Assam businessman Habib Mohammad Chowdhury has won the ASEAN-India Emerging Entrepreneur award in Malaysia during the ASEAN–India Conference.

To commemorate the 25th anniversary, ASEAN-India Business Council (AIBC) in collaboration with the Federation of the Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and other bodies organized the ASEAN – India BizTech Expo and Conference with the theme ‘Bridging Borders Through Business’ in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia recently where Chowdhury was honoured.

 

 “I felt exceptionally blessed to get this honour. However, receiving this award has only made me more determined and motivated to accomplish my set goals,” said Chowdhury who was born and brought up in Assam’s Hojai.
 
Chowdhury who is settled in Laos is the founder chairman of HSMM Group of Companies in Laos which has emerged to be the largest Agarwood and Agar based Product’s Company in South East Asia.
 
Over the years the governments of ASEAN and India have taken concrete measures to strengthen economic relations, especially the establishment of the ASEAN-India Free Trade Area. 
 
“The governments must be commended for the positive actions taken to strengthen economic ties. It is now an opportunity for the private sector through the ASEAN-AIBC to take the lead in raising the level of trade and investment flows. The AIBC has been organizing regular business activities to enhance networking between the businesses in India and ASEAN,” Chowdury added.
He said that the northeast region has plenty of opportunities in trade and commerce. 
 
“Trilateral highway is about to complete and will open endless opportunities of trade, tourism, skill development and capacity building. We can co-operate in the field of logistics, healthcare and medical sciences, agriculture, education, tourism, aviation, food processing, IT, research and development by promoting northeast Indian SMEs to partner in ASEAN and expand their branches in the region,” Chowdhury asserted. 
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