Tuesday September 25, 2018
Home Business Bengal holds ...

Bengal holds roadshow in Bengaluru to lure investments

0
//
165
www.livemint.com
Republish
Reprint

Newsgram Staff Writer

Bengaluru: In a bid to woo investments, the West Bengal government showcased a plethora of goodies including a ready talent pool, low attrition rates, five million square foot ready to occupy office space in IT parks, 15 IT parks and two hardware parks, generous IT policies in a roadshow here on Tuesday.

“We want to make Bengal the startup capital of India,” said West Bengal Finance Minister Amit Mitra at the road show to promote the Bengal Global Business Summit 2016.

He exhorted investors and entrepreneurs from Bengaluru to take advantage of the opportunities and look towards West Bengal as an investment destination.

The West Bengal government and Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FICCI) organized the roadshow as a prelude to the business summit scheduled in Kolkata on January 7 to 9, 2016.

The road show laid a special emphasis on the IT industry, highlighting the state’s favorable policy and incentive scheme introduced in 2012.

A 10,000 square foot space at Webel Bhavan, Salt Lake, Kolkata, earmarked for the NASSCOM startup warehouse was also showcased.

West Bengal also announced six new theme township projects offering several investment opportunities.

(With inputs from IANS)

 

Click here for reuse options!
Copyright 2015 NewsGram

Next Story

Farhan Akhtar Urges West Bengal to Correct a ‘Glaring Error’

arhan, who played the title role in the Indian track and field legend Milkha Singh's biopic "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag", pointed out that a Bengali school textbook carried his image instead of the athlete.

0
Farhan Akhtar
Actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar. Wikimedia

Filmmaker-actor-singer Farhan Akhtar pointed out a “glaring error” made in a West Bengal school book and urged the West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee to rectify it.

Farhan, who played the title role in the Indian track and field legend Milkha Singh’s biopic “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag”, pointed out that a Bengali school textbook carried his image instead of the athlete.

The cast of Sky is Pink.
The cast of Sky is Pink.

“To the Minister of School Education, West Bengal. There is a glaring error with the image used in one of the school text books to depict Milkha Singhji. Could you please request the publisher to recall and replace this book? Sincerely,” Farhan tweeted on Sunday.

Also Read: First Look of ‘Fault in Our Stars’, Bollywood Version Releases

On the work front, he will be next seen in director Shonali Bose’s “The Sky Is Pink”, alongside Priyanka Chopra and Zaira Wasim. (IANS)

Next Story