To their credit, CCS has approved recent proposals pretty quickly.
Well it's like extremes for us always, either go full out of India and make money through deals, or tighten screws so much that things move at snail's pace.
Govt and agencies have to streamline things, so that things work better.
Actually, CCS is just one cog in the wheel. It is at the apex of a myriad and pyramidical structure where each player tries to show its importance, which is displayed in how much time they can hold on to delaying a decision. Even the top office in the government don’t seem to have much impact on them as yet.
A good example is Rafale deal. The deal was agreed upon at Govt level and there was no bidding involved. Even then the people involved in price negotiations took so much of time to finalise it. It seems that file for approval goes from one office to another in sequence with each wielding more power. They seem to return a file at a mere whim at times.
If things can be done faster in Turkey then why not in India? All it requires is change of mindset. Which is happening, but slower then desired.