Amb Kanwal Sibal talks about the world’s geopolitical situation and says how India duly qualifies to be a part of the Multipolar World Order for having sizeable demography and economic stability.
V Anantha Nageswaran says that Indian economy will regain its pre-covid growth momentum, and the government is striving much to reshape it by maintaining the Macroeconomic Stability, transparency in budgeting, and giving emphasis on capital expenditure.
Baijayant Jay Panda emphasizes on the requirement of regional inclusion in all spheres, and also suggests changes in policies to uplift the underserved segment of the society.
Jyotiraditya M Scindia sheds light on the government’s near-term priorities and plans to bring the Aviation sector back to health, along with stating its potential in the ecosystem of ancillary sectors.
Harish Bhat shares timeless lessons and stories that inspire, provoke and reflect on the future of India.
The panel discusses about the challenges of innovative mediums to smoothen the processes of treatment.
Rajiv Pratap Rudy points out the importance of inclusion for economic growth and emphasizes the removal of disparity that has hindered the development of different states of India.