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India’s moment on world stage has truly arrived: Times MD Vineet Jain | India News


NEW DELHI: “Today, we are at the dawn of a new era. From ‘underdeveloped’ to ‘developing’ to ’emerging’ – India has had many titles attached to it throughout the decades. But as the G20 summit in Bali is clearly established, India’s moment on the world stage has indeed arrived,” Times Group chief executive officer. Vineet Jain said on Thursday.
Welcome Speech at the Times Now Summit 2022, Jainism repeat Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s words to the President of Russia Putin in September —“The era of war is over, let’s talk about peace” — and said, “In the days that followed, his (Prime Minister) words resonated among global leaders. . His key role has been publicly acknowledged by the majority of the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council. And now, they have been adopted by consensus in the Bali Declaration. In a fractured world, he has emerged as a statesman listened to by both Washington DC and Moscow.”

“Even if India takes center stage politically and diplomatically, it is racing against the economic pecking order,” Jain said. In a karmic turn, it recently overtook the UK – its former colony – to become the world’s fifth-largest economy. It will surpass Germany and Japan to become one of the top three economies in the world in the next few years.” After listing a host of other records in terms of business and investment, Jain said: “At a time when some of the largest economies are facing recession, India remains a bright spot for growth. high on the global map.” “The most important aspect of the rise of a New India,” said the Times Group MD, “is that it is not only driven by the mind, but also by the heart — by the day.

If proof of this is needed, it will come in the form of the Center’s food subsidy spending – set to surpass Rs 3 lakh crore. That is mainly due to the free food program under the Prime Minister Garib Kalyan Ann Yojana.” Jain acknowledged the “great challenges” the nation faces – “primarily of which we are in a hostile region. There are many people who want to block our progress towards peace and stability.” However, as the Prime Minister and home minister have “proved time and time again – while India does not seek conflict, it will not compromise the safety and security of its citizens.” ,” Jain added.

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