Mumbai: How has India shaped the G20? How has the G20 presidency shaped India’s global future? NDTV's day-long mega conclave brings the biggest names behind India's G20 success on one platform.
As they talk to the ministers right at the center of India’s G20 success, the G20 sherpa and chief coordinator, foreign policy experts, the World Economic Forum chief and voices from the global south, the conclave promises to dejargonise the often complex vocabulary around international summits.
The power-packed offering starts with Piyush Goyal, India’s Union minister of Commerce & Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution and Textiles, decodes India as a business powerhouse.
G20 sherpa, Amitabh Kant delivers a powerful keynote address bringing together the India success story within G20.
McKinsey and Company’s global managing partner Bob Sternfels presents an exclusive report on Sustainable and Inclusive growth in G20 economies, followed by a session with Amitabh Kant, Bob Sternfels and McKinsey & Company’s India managing partner Rajat Dhawan.
How did India push its cause of just energy transition? We chat with Hardeep Singh Puri,
Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Housing and Urban Affairs.
India as an architect of the new digital economy? Listen in to an information packed conversation with Information Technology, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship minister of state Rajeev Chandrasekhar.
Harsh Vardhan Shringla, chief coordinator for India’s Presidency of G20, breaks down how India pulled off maximum meetings across the largest geography in the past 9 months, and how the mega G20 events came together.
In a panel discussion, Meera Shankar, Former India Ambassador to the former US ambassador, Ashok Malik, Partner & Chair, The Asia Group and C Rajamohan, Senior fellow, Asia Society Policy Institute, discuss how India emerged as a global leader in the midst of shifting geopolitical lines.
An important panel on The Voice of The Global South has panelists Borge Brende, President World Economic Forum, N K Singh, Co-Convener, G20 Independent Expert Group on Reforms in Multilateral Development Banks, and Vera Songwe, Chair and Founder, Liquidity and Sustainability Facility, Africa Growth Initiative, Brookings Institution, debating the often skewed economics of development.
How did India’s presidency shape G20? Alexander Ellis, UK’s High Commissioner to India, and Atul Keshap, president of US India Business Council give us the view of the Global North.
The closing session has India’s Union Minister for Power, New & Renewable Energy, RK Singh, talking about India’s moment under the sun – the power of future energy.