Defence Ministry yet to issue clarifications on the ‘Request for Proposal’ to leading players
by Nayanima Basu
The much-awaited $2-billion ammunition program of the Indian Army is facing inordinate delays as the Defence Ministry is yet to issue a revised Request for Proposal (RFP) to leading players eyeing the deal.
The Defence Ministry issued
The myth about Dutch doctors being unwilling to prescribe antibiotics may be true after all. According to a new survey by the OECD, the Netherlands has the lowest rate of prescribing antibiotics within the 35-country block.
The report, entitled Health at a Glance, shows that just 10.7 people in 1,000 are prescribed...
Several Dutch gambling firms have based themselves on Malta in anticipation of changes to Dutch gambling laws, which include plans to issue licences to online casinos, the Financieele Dagblad said on Monday.
At least four companies which own amusement arcades in the Netherlands have operations in Malta, the FD said. The paper bases its claim on...
An illustration of Tactical Communication System (TCS)
The Indian government is likely to approve long-pending deals worth around $20 billion by the end of the year. Huge defense contracts will operate under the government’s ‘Make in India’ program. These defense programs include the Futuristic Infantry Combat Vehicle (FICV), the Tactical Commu
MPs have called on prime minister Mark Rutte to explain the new government’s decision to scrap the tax on dividends for a second time, amid mounting reports that Shell and Unilever put pressure on the coalition negotiators.
The move to scrap the tax, which will cost the treasury €1.4bn and only benefit foreign firms, was not i...
The Dutch government should take unorthodox measures if pharmaceutical firms are not prepared to ask a ‘socially acceptable price for their products in negotiations’, according to the government-backed Council for Health and Society.
The council, which looks at the relationship between the public health sector and society, said in a new report that...
SAAB AB chairman Marcus Wallenberg met science and technology minister Y.S. Chowdary and Andhra Pradesh officials, along with a delegation of Swedish officials. SAAB is one of the two firms in the race for India’s next multi-billion-dollar fighter jet order
New Delhi: Swedish firm SAAB AB’s chairman Marcus Wallenberg met Indian government officials