NEW DELHI, September 07 – BUSINESS STANDARD – According to the new report made by UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development), India’s economic growth rate is likely to fall to 8.1 per cent in 2011 from 8.6 per cent a year ago, but whatsoever be the projections described in such reports, one thing is for sure that this time developed nations have to be more cautious than developing countries in overcoming the hurdles in the path of economic growth. - BUSINESS STANDARD – The Indian auto-component industry have decided to focus more on research and development (R&D) activity after achieving the double-digit growth rate. According to the analysts, only 0.8 % of the total gross domestic product (GDP) is set aside for expenditure in R&D activities, whereas if we compare it with the other leading world economies it is around 7 % of their GDP. Because of which the government has decided to increase it to 2 % by 2012. – LIVEMINT - According to the Associated Chambers of Commerce and. Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) the Indian film industry revenue is expected to grow by 56 per cent to touch $ 3 billion by 2015 due to increasing digitalisation of the sector. - LIVEMINT – According to the latest survey done by Booz & Allen and Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers demand for electric and hybrid vehicles in India, the world’s second fastest growing automobile market, is estimated to increase to 5 million units by 2020. - LIVEMINT – In coming months India would emerge as the hottest destinations over businessmen form hospitality/travel/luxury industry. As, the country is being able to attract many foreign visitors for variety of reasons and purpose so in a way also attracting investors who finds great scope in the country. - LIVEMINT – E-commerce industry in India is expected to grow by 47% in 2011 by the year-end, according to a report by the Internet and Mobile Association of India.