Times Network has announced the first edition of Times Now Summit on February 12 and 13. Driving the theme, India Action Plan 2020, the summit is built with a purpose to accelerate the ‘New India’ vision by taking a holistic approach in defining a constructive action plan for India. Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, will deliver the keynote address at the summit, defining the action plan for India’s robust growth.
Addressing issues of national priority, Times Now Summit will see eminent personalities, including Amit Shah, Union Home Minister; Nirmala Sitharaman, Finance Minister; Piyush Goyal, Union Minister for Railways and Commerce; Ravi Shankar Prasad, Union Minister for Law and Justice, Communications, Electronics and Information Technology; Smriti Irani, Union Minister for Women Child Development and Textiles; Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister of Environment and I&B; Gen. Bipin Rawat, Chief of Defence Staff; K T Ramarao, Minister of IT, Telangana along with Cabinet Ministers, Chief Ministers, opposition leaders and policy makers driving dialogues on topics such as vision of a New India, Delhi election results, India’s data security challenges, environmental and climate challenges, women empowerment, CAA and NRC, state's view on national policy, economy, etc.
MK Anand, MD and CEO, Times Network, said, “As India’s most influential News broadcast network, it has been our continuous endeavour to actively drive the India growth story. We have successfully championed this narrative with our channels besides our established event platforms such as India Economic Conclave, Digital India Summit, Leaders of Tomorrow, etc. Times Now Summit is an important impetus in this direction. I hope that collaborative discussions with India’s leading voices over the two-day summit will increase clarity on critical subjects of national importance and help develop tenable solutions and a conclusive action plan for India’s next stage."
Spread over two days, Times Now Summit through 25+ power-packed sessions will cover topics such as social and economic progress, education, welfare, urban-rural divide, defence, sports and offer an objective assessment of the performance against promises made, highlight need-gaps, identify solutions and set up the action plan for next year.