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Delhi to host India Today Conclave’s 19th edition on March 13 and 14

The conclave will explore burning issues around the globe with the theme #MercuryRising at Taj Palace Hotel

The India Today Conclave will be back with its 19th edition, on March 13 and 14, 2020, at the Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi.

A wide range of top politicians, thinkers, economists, analysts, sports stars and artists will deliberate and debate the conclave theme of #MercuryRising in their respective spheres. 


Evan Spiegel, Co-founder and CEO of Snap.Inc will speak on how technology and augmented reality is altering human dynamics; S Jaishankar Foreign Minister on navigating a volatile world and rebalancing India’s foreign policy; economists Arvind Subramanian and K Subramaniam, two chief economic advisers with two perspectives on the Indian economy. Analyst and author Ruchir Sharma on de-globalisation and what India needs to do to succeed.  Salman Khan on getting the pulse of the people right; artists Javed Akhtar and Shubha Mudgal on poetry, music, politics, and the bitter partitions of our national imagination. Actress Bhumi Pednekar, policy expert Navroz K. Dubash and corporate-activist Shloka Nath on why India is the fifth most climate-change vulnerable country in the world and why every facet of society must join the climate movement. Actor Ayushmann Khurrana on using art to break stereotypes. Actor and comedian Vir Das on democracy and dissent. Students Afreen Fatima, Ismat Ara and Aishe Ghosh on why women are taking to the streets and storming India — in peace. Gowher Rizvi, Foreign Affairs Adviser, Bangladesh, on immigrants, borders and citizenship. Nirmala Sitharaman on India’s economy, fielding concern and finding solutions. Also gracing the occasion will be Dr. Ian Lipkin, the virologist who is helping China fight the corona virus.  

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