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PM Modi: New India taking shape

Boosting Fintech is high on Prime Minister Modi’s agenda on his 3 day Singapore visit. In a huge leap forward, day one saw Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Digital India Mission going global.Before addressing the Indian Business and Community event at the Marina Bay Sands  in Singapore, Prime Minister Modi launched the Bhim App in collaboration and Singapore’s NETS.

This is a big step forward  in Digital India. Prime Minister described India as a new global frontier for opportunities.

PM said that India and Singapore are now emerging as partners in creating a Digital world.

Forging a partnership of the future PM Narendra Modi and Singapore PM visited the India-Singapore Enterprise & Innovation Exhibition. 

Entrepreneurs demonstrated frontier technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, data analytics, machine learning & cyber security to the two leaders.

PM Modi interacated with a group of students from a school in Gujarat. Part of the Atal Tinkering Lab, under the Atal Innovation Mission, they  who have come up with a safe drive concept.

Another exhibit that caught the Prime Minister’s interest was on wellness. Innovators have developed a model using Artificial Intelligence by which wellness indicators can be tested and analysed using a portable kit. This can prove to be a boon to take ayushman Bharat to far flung areas. 

The two leaders will launch on New India Innovation Centre on Friday which will act as a bridge for India-Singapore start up ecosystem.Several MoUs between Indian institutions and Institutions in Singapore will also be inked on Friday.

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