PM Narendra Modi Expands On His Foreign Policy Vision Of India As A Strategic Global Player


Do you know how this year is different and special,” asks Rahul Bajaj, India’s oldest delegate at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF).

“Historically, the plenary always begins in the evening. But just to adjust with Prime Minister Modi’s frantic schedule, they have agreed to do it on Tuesday at 11 am,” explains the Davos veteran of 39 years, standing outside the hotel lobby as heads of governments, heavy-hitting CEOs, thought leaders, liberals, pop icons and even snow — the most in two decades — decided to descend upon the ski resorts of Davos-Klosters. “This goes to show how strategic India and Modi is to the WEF.” Read More…

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