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14 Union Ministers, 3 CMs to join corporate, media, entertainment, sports leaders at What India Thinks Today Global Summit

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New Delhi, June 15 (Ajit Weekly News) As many as 14 Cabinet Ministers will deliberate on ‘What India Thinks Today Global Summit’, the two-day Mega Thought Fest hosted by TV9 Network, the No. 1 news network in India, at the Taj Palace in New Delhi on June 17-18, 2022.

While Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will speak on ‘Securing India: Today and Tomorrow’, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will deliver the keynote address ‘On The Making of New India’.

Other top Union ministers who would deliberate in the event are Nitin Gadkari (Minister of Road Transport and Highways to speak ‘On The Global Highway’, Smriti Irani (Minister of Women and Child Development will speak on ‘Yes, We Can’, Hardeep Singh Puri (Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Housing Affairs and Urban Affairs will speak on ‘Inclusive India), G. Kishan Reddy (Minister of Tourism, Culture and DoNER) to speak on ‘Potent Mix of Old and New’, Ashwini Vaishnaw (Minister of Railways, Communication & Electronics and Information Technology to speak on ‘The Digi-global Nation’ and Piyush Goyal (Minister of Commerce and Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution and Textiles to speak on ‘Make in India for the World’.

Cabinet Ministers who would also speak on the occasion include Dharmendra Pradhan (Education, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship), Gajendra Singh Shekhawat (Jal Shakti), Pralhad Joshi (Coal and Parliamentary Affairs), Bhupender Yadav – Labour and Employment, Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Mahendra Pandey (Heavy Industries), Anurag Thakur (I&B, Youth Affairs and Sports).

Chief Ministers Shivraj Singh Chouhan (Madhya Pradesh), Conrad K. Sangma (Meghalaya) and Basavaraj Bommai (Karnataka) will join the Cabinet Ministers, frontrunners from the corporate world and newsmakers to deliberate on the thought fest.

–Ajit Weekly News


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