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A stable, transparent and progressive India is good news: PM Modi in Davos

The World Economic Forum 2018 gathers world leaders to discuss the state of the world, and how to improve it

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in the snowy town of Davos in Switzerland, addressed the plenary session of the 48th World Economic Forum (WEF). Speaking in Hindi, Modi showcased India’s growth story to world leaders and called out for tackling the three major challenger that world faces currently — climate change, terrorism and threat to globalisation.  “Come to India if you want peace,” said a confident Modi, saying India’s gross domestic product has risen six times compared to $400 billion an Indian PM last visited Davos in ...

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