TV9 Network to organise ‘What India Thinks Today Global Summit' in New Delhi on 17 June

TV9 Network to organise ‘What India Thinks Today Global Summit' in New Delhi on 17 June

Home minister will deliver the keynote address and the defence minister will launch it.


MUMBAI: TV9 Network has announced that it will conduct a two-day event What India Thinks Today Global Summit to be held at the Taj Palace in New Delhi on 17-18 June 2022. The two-day event will dwell on the aspiration that binds 130 crore Indians with Vishwa Guru: How Near, How Far being the theme of the inaugural edition of What India Thinks Today – Global Summit.

There will be 75 speakers. Home Minister Amit Shah will deliver the summits keynote address on 17 June while defence minister Rajnath Singh will launch the summits proceedings on 18 June.

The former UK premier David Cameron will speak on the India In The New International Order theme. Former Afghanistan premier Hamid Karzai will address the issue of Terrorism: Enemy of Humanity. Union Cabinet ministers and chief ministers too will address the summit.

The summit will bring together on the platform international and national speakers from the field of politics, governance, economics, healthcare, culture and sports. It will host 75 star speakers spread over two days covering a variety of themes.

It will witness policy makers and cabinet ministers while senior chief ministers representing federal India will address the summit.  

In all 15 union cabinet ministers will share their Vishwa Guru vision for India. The chief ministers drawn from across the length and breadth of India will dwell on the core summit theme.

Cameron said, I am delighted to be joining you at this first Global Summit hosted by TV9, bringing together some of the brightest minds in India to tackle some of the great challenges & opportunities that the world faces today. I remain incredibly proud of the strong relationship I helped forge between the UK and India while I was Prime Minister. I brought my first ever trade mission to India back in 2010 to help create a truly modern partnership, alive to the possibilities of the worlds oldest democracy and the worlds largest democracy. It is such a pleasure to return more than a decade on to examine with you a very different world we live in today. The challenges may be different, but the strong bonds that bind our countries together endure. There is no shortage of topics to be covered, so I look forward to joining you at this important gathering.

I am looking forward to participating in the TV9 event and discussing issues of mutual interest between India and Afghanistan, said Karzai.

TV9 Network CEO Barun Das said, With this summit, we intend to catalyse interesting conversations, discussions and deliberations that hope to show a blueprint of Indias journey to become the leader of the new world. The journey isnt without challenges. But the goal is as sacred as it is ambitious, driven by strong leadership, collective will and commitment of the entire nation. The ultimate aim of this event is to generate ideas and thoughts through free-wheeling discussions to achieve a common objective of India becoming the Vishwa Guru.