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CNBC's Managing India Brainstorm IV to focus on new economic growth drivers

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Business channel CNBC India in association with Sun Microsystems and Wipro Infotech today announced Managing India Brainstorm IV (MIB IV).

To be held on 28 June at The Grand Hyatt Hotel, New Delhi, the high-powered forum will focus on the theme - The New Economic Growth Drivers.

MIB IV would be aimed at determining where the next economic growth push could come from. It will dwell on issues such as how upcoming growth sectors can be nurtured better, evolving the right growth structure, what the key success factors for Indian industry will be and where the new challenges will originate, an official release states.

The Brainstorm is a confluence of the best minds from diverse streams of Industry and Business. It is envisaged as the top executive forum for the creation of a balanced and comprehensive view of the state of India's industry and economy and concomitant issues.

The forum will feature a keynote address from Azeem Premji. The panelists include Amit Burman (Dabur), Gautam Dalal (KPMG), Omkar Goswami (Economist), Sunil Munjal (Hero Group), RV Shahi (Union Power Secretary) and Promod Bhasin (GE Caps).

Managing India Brainstorm saw its birth in Mumbai and was followed by sessions in New Delhi & Bangalore. The Brainstorms held in Mumbai (July), Delhi (October) and Bangalore (December) were attended by over 200 corporate decision-makers from across industries, sectors and ideological affinities, the release states.

The list of MIB initiators at earlier sessions include GN Bajpai (Life Insurance Corporation), MS Banga (Hindustan Lever Ltd.), Scott Bayman (GE India), KV Kamath (ICICI Group), Dr Kiran Karnik (Nasscom), Dr K Kasturirangan (ISRO), Vivek Kulkarni (Secretary to the IT Dept.), Anand Mahindra (Mahindra & Mahindra Group), DR Mehta (Ex-Chairman SEBI), Nandan Nilekani (Infosys), Ranjit Pandit (McKinsey ), Bhaskar Pramanik (SUN Microsystems), S Ramadorai (Tata Consultancy), Dr Anji Reddy (Reddy Laboratories), Dr Pratap Reddy (Apollo Hospital), Analjit Singh (Max New York Life ) and Gautam Thapar (BILT).

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