About Make in In­dia, Skill In­dia, and Start-up In­dia

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“In or­der to sur­vive, man has to dis­cover and pro­duce ev­ery­thing he needs, which means that he has to al­ter his back­ground and adapt it to his needs. Na­ture has not equipped him for adapt­ing him­self to his back­ground in the man­ner of an­i­mals. From the most prim­i­tive cul­tures to the most ad­vanced civ­i­liza­tions, man has had to man­u­fac­ture things; his well-be­ing de­pends on his suc­cess at pro­duc­tion.”

The Re­turn of the Prim­i­tive: The Anti-In­dus­trial Rev­o­lu­tion

Come, make in In­dia. Come, man­u­fac­ture in In­dia. Sell in any coun­try of the world, but man­u­fac­ture here. We have got skill, tal­ent, dis­ci­pline, and de­ter­mi­na­tion to do some­thing. We want to give the world a favourable op­por­tu­nity...

“Come, make in In­dia, we will say to the world, from elec­tri­cal to elec­tron­ics, from au­to­mo­biles to agro value ad­di­tion, pa­per or plas­tic, come, make in In­dia, satel­lites or sub­marines... Our coun­try is pow­er­ful and promis­ing. Come, I am giv­ing you an in­vi­ta­tion,” said Prime Min­is­ter Naren­dra Modi while mak­ing one of his his­toric speeches from Red Fort on In­de­pen­dence Day.

Then, ex­actly 41 days later on 25 Septem­ber 2014, the prime min­is­ter launched Make in In­dia, In­dia’s most am­bi­tious plan to boost man­u­fac­tur­ing

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