PM tells overseas Indians not to worry about homeland

January 2014
Asian Pacific Post;1/16/2014, p6
The article focuses on the assurance by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the inaugural session of the 12th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, the annual gathering of non-resident Indians (NRI) and people of Indian origin (PIO), for Indians living abroad not to worry about a slowdown in their homeland's economic growth in 2013 for the country's economic situation will improve in the coming months.


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