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World vision towards India after 2014 elections

India is witnessing unparalleled transformations to economies which have linked many countries together. With in a decade, India has realized success in boosting its economic system through exports, establishing huge infrastructure in Asian countries and stable market liberalization. After 2014 election, drastic changes occurred in different sectors of Indian and country is stepping towards development to strengthen its economic, educational and social conditions. In complicated 21st century environment, India induces sundry responses around the globe. After taking oath as a prime Minster, Mr. Narendra Modi is trying to develop positive image in the international community. .

Prime Minister Narendra Mod was eulogized for his tactful idea to invite the all South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation in his swearing-in ceremonial. He also held held short mutual talks with all leaders which reveal his positive attitude towards these countries and strengthen political and economic relationships. Famous British author and historian William Dalrymple stated that Modi's initiative to develop positive approach towards on his first day in office is great surprise to world. In his oath ceremony, Mr. Narendra Modi met Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai, Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala, Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa, Bhutan Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay, Bangladesh parliament speaker Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, Maldives President Abdulla Yameen Aand Mauritius Prime Minister Navinchandra Ramgoolam. His meeting with Sharif aroused the most curiosity and attention. Maryam Nawaz Sharif, the daughter of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was directly following the events in New Delhi. She said that Prime Minister Modi had referred to Sharif as a "Man of Peace". The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader wrote on twitter, "Indian PM Modi refers to PM Sharif as 'MAN OF PEACE'. And it is anticipated that ... all negativity will be over and there will be peaceful environment between two neighbours.

Whole world has observed the sweeping victory of Narendra Modi in the Indian election, 2014 and it is imagined there will be intimate and strong relationship between New Delhi and Washington. In Mr Modi', regime, U.S. exports in industries ranging from pharmaceutical products to heavy infrastructure will be increased. It is well recognized that Mr. Modi has already did splendid work for Gujarat's rapid economic expansion and his image is reflected as pro-business person. Depending on which officials join his government, U.S. business community is benefited from current strategies that supported Indian manufacturing and intellectual property at the expense of international competitors. US business leaders visualized that in the Modi government, they may get chance to expand their business after appraising his repute and track record in Gujarat.

Narendra Modi's record breaking triumph in India's elections stunned the whole world and many countries may interpret into revived India bilateral trade. Many experts have stated that this is the first time in political scenario of an Indian government when that one party had formed the government and it is not really fractious coalition politics. Vikram Singh who is vice president for national security and international policy at the Center for American Progress, said that it is assumed that Mr. Modi's priorities may be the economy development. Strategic relations between the U.S. and India, underlined by a series of bilateral military exercises, are likely to remain strong because. U.S. business leaders said that India a promising market for industries that rely on intellectual property protection, including pharmaceuticals and information technology. report of 2013 by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Global Intellectual Property Center revealed that India is an "outlier" on intellectual property issues and the nation's policies have deterred foreign investment. Richard Rossow, a senior fellow focusing on India policy issues at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a Washington research group stated that U.S. companies has great expectation from Mr. Modi government to lift caps on investment in India's defense industry, said. According to the BJP's proposal, government may allow foreign direct investment in various sectors except multi-brand retailing to create job for youngsters and infrastructure building.

The US defence secretary recognized tensions over China and said that present government will collaborate with US to continue to work together on regional issues while avoiding traps of enmity. China's foreign minister and special representative Wang Yi visited India to meet Ministers and held talk to strengthen the relationship with two nations. They discussed in the topic of economic ties with India and said whether India hold China's offer to enhance trade and investment and overcome territorial clashes. Among severe disputes with Japan, Vietnam and the Philippines, China wants to retain healthy relationship with India that could help ramp up economic exchanges and dissipate decades of distrust between the two neighbours. Italy also has favourable country towards India in Europe.

World Bank chief Jim Yong Kim expressed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is an icon that inspires the global community and there is a hope from the new government under Modi would to expedite decision-making process and enhance business environment. According to BBC report, Mr. Narendra Modi may be good economic reformer in near future. Admirers Mr Modi's believe that he is strong leader and competent man to drag India out of the dilemma of poor growth, high inflation, unemployment and sagging governance.

It can be assessed that there is ray of hope for India to enhance its image at global scale because most of the nations have positive views for country.

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