Ht Leadership Summit:Winning In Testing Times

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Ht Leadership Summit:Winning In Testing Times
Winning in Testing Times, the theme of the eighth Leadership Summit, witnessed leaders speak with candour before an equally distinguished audience on a variety of subjects. Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh outlined his vision for India while Gordon Brown, former British prime minister spoke about India's role in finding a lasting solution to the financial crisis. Al Gore, former US vice president and Nobel Laureate, discussed the continuing challenge to the environment and His Holiness the Dalai Lama gave his special insight into finding happiness in these troubled times. Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee spoke about balancing reforms with inclusive growth even as Shashi Ruia and Nandan Nilekani spoke about making the Indian brand global. Other Indian ministers who addressed the audience and answered questions included Kapil Sibal and Jairam Ramesh. Represented by Brinda Karat and Arun Jaitley, Opposition leaders spoke about the issues and challenges before Indian democracy. The summit had its lighter moments with two generations of Kapoors, Rishi and Ranbir giving a rare insight into Hindi cinema's most enduring dynasty. In addition, there were fascinating sessions on new developments in brain research, the diabetes pandemic and the rise and rise of China, and what it means for the world. As with every year, the HT Summit went beyond just big names to delve into the realm of ideas, issues, and insights into our world and the people who run it. HT Media Ltd is India's most eminent news organisation with a presence in print, online and radio. Publications include the flagship Hindustan Times, North India's leading English daily newspaper as well as Mint, its daily business paper which has an exclusive content-sharing agreement in India with The Wall Street Journal. The group also publishes Hindustan, its daily Hindi newspaper and HT Next, a newspaper aimed primarily at school children. The group's radio channel, Fever 104 was launched in 2006.
About the Author
Namita Bhandare holds a master's degree in journalism from Stanford University. She is a New Delhi-based freelance journalist and writes a column for Hindustan Times.
TitleHt Leadership Summit:Winning In Testing Times
Total No. of Pages272
Weight0.45 KGS
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