AndhraNews.net
Home » BWI News » 2011 » January » January 28, 2011

Indian Affairs & Indo American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) Set to Host “2nd Annual India Leadership Conclave 2011 in Mumbai


January 28, 2011 - Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

After the successful & impactful 1st edition of India Leadership Conclave in Delhi in previous year, Indian Affairs (www.indianaffairs.in), a Network 7 Group of Media Conglometer which also organizes Pharmaceutical Leadership Summit since last 10 Years from the international Bi-Monthly PharmaLeaders Magazine (www.pharmaleaders.co.in) is all set to host the second edition of India Leadership Conclave 2011 (www.indialeadershipconclave.com) & www.indialeadershipconclave.in) in the commercial capital Mumbai on 22nd April 2011. The Much awaited Conclave will have participation from India’s foremost thought Leaders on variety of subjects that has grappled India since Independence. The Second edition of the Conclave will also honour & felicitate some of the brightest & successful Individuals & Companies who made their mark in the year around. The detailed Nominations for the 2nd Annual India Leadership Conclave 2011 is available on www.indialeadershipconclave.com.

More than 250 people are expected to attend this high profile Conclave including a good number of participation from overseas. The Indian economy is galloping at a breakneck speed and might even reach double-digit growth by 2013, feel Industry pundits & Economists. Many economists agree that the demographic dividend that India enjoys could see the country sustain its high growth rate for a long time to come. The India growth story is indeed enviable. Despite being plagued by myriad problems, India has emerged stronger and more resilient to any global crises so far. India is expected to be the world's fastest growing economy by 2018, according to Economist Intelligence Unit, a research arm of the Economist magazine. But does this so-called growth reach Indians living at the lowest rung of the society, does 8-8.5 per cent rise in gross domestic product indicate better living conditions for the poorest of the poor?

What does aam aadmi feel about this development story so well publicized by the politicians, economists and media alike? Well this is the State of Affairs & we at 2nd edition of India Leadership Conclave 2011 decided that this year’s theme has to deal with common man amidst the year marked by unpleasant & unholy nexus of Corruption & Policy Makers. Last Year, The First Edition of India Leadership Conclave 2011 had a economic theme “ Will Resilent Indian Economy Bounce Back by 2010? & this year all our experts belived that it has to be Aam Admi, so, this year’s theme is “AAM AADMI (AN ORDINARY INDIAN) - BEYOND ROTI, KAPDA & MAKAN (BEYOND BASIC NECESSITIES) 2011 to be staged in India’s commercial capital Mumbai At the India Leadership Conclave 2011, a wide range of new resources and thinking will be launched. Highlights include: the world's largest study on CEO views on corporate responsibility today and in the future; a new "Blueprint for Corporate Sustainability Leadership"; sets of principles to guide commitment around women's empowerment and social investment; tools and guidance for all of the Global Compact principle areas, as well as key topics such as supply chain and doing business in conflict-affected areas; and best practices in a range of areas to serve as inspiration for increased action. Future advances in global integration, poverty reduction, protection of our planet and, ultimately, peace critically depend on our ability to collectively address the most pressing global challenges. Accelerating the practice of corporate sustainability and responsibility is an urgent task in these complex times, when crises – from financial market break downs to environmental degradation – are increasingly global and connected.

It is pertinent here to note that the Awardees of the 1st Edition of India Leadership Conclave were The revolutionary leader of modern India Late Shri Rajiv Gandhi : Lifetime Achievement Award : Mr. Ratan Tata, Chairman TATA Group and Mr. K V Kamath, Chairman ICICI Bank. The India Corporate citizen of the year : Mr. Mukesh Ambani, Chairman, Reliance Industries Ltd, India’s best Airlines : Dr. Vijay Mallya’s Kingfisher Airlines, The Young Business Leader :Mr. Uday Kotak, Executive Vice Chairman & MD, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Brand of the Year : Lalit Kumar Modi, Chairman and Commissioner,IPL, Business Women of the Year : Ms. Chanda Kochhar, CEO, ICICI Bank Ltd, Bank of the Year M.D. Mallya, CMD, Bank of Baroda, : India’s most Admired Bank Shri O.P. Bhatt, Chairman, SBI Bank, : India's most Promising Web-based Solutions Company Pankaj Jaiswal, Chairman/MD, Dotcom Services (I) Pvt Ltd, : Lifetime Achievement Award Yash Chopra, Producer, Director, Yash Raj Films, : India’s Upcoming Biogroup CO Sanjay Bawsay, Chairman, Synergy Diagnostics Pvt Ltd, : Innovation in Blood Products in IV/IG R. Muthukrishnan, Chairman, Elshaddai Biologicals Ltd, India’s most Admired Electronics Brand Venugopal N. Dhoot, CMD, Videocon Industries Ltd, :Technically & Scientifically Most Advanced Biotech Company Gunvantlal Shah, Chairman, Samarth Pharma Pvt Ltd, : Upcoming Pharma retail chain Hemant Bothra MD, :Trust Chemists & Druggists, : Youngest Dynamic Enterpreneur Award Nikunj Kirtibhai Kanakia, Chairman/MD, Lifeline Industries Ltd, Infrastructure Co. of the year Sanjay Reddy, Vice-chairman of GVK Industries & MD of Mumbai International Airport Ltd, : CSR Woman of the year Ms Sudha Murthy, Chairperson, Infosys Foundation.

The Speakeres were Shri Salman Khurshid, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Corporate Affairs & Minority Affairs. Shri Jaipal Reddy, Minister for Urban Devlopment, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Vice Chairman & MD of JSW Steel - Mr.Sajjan Jindal, Chairman of Wockhardt Ltd - Mr.Habil Khorakiwala, Chairman of SBI - Mr.OP Bhatt, India’s leading banker and MD of Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd - Mr.Uday Kotak , Bollywood filmmaker and producer Mr. Yash Chopra, CEO of ICICI Bank and one of the most successful Indian woman leader - Mrs. Chanda D Kochhar, Chairman and managing director of Bank of Baroda Mr. M. D. Mallya, Chairman Fortis Healthcare & Religare - Mr. Malvinder Mohan Singh, IPL chairman - Mr. Lalit Modi, CEO of Neuland Laboratories - Sucheth Rao Davuluri, Chairman of Videocon - Mr.Venugopal Dhoot, Writer,.columnist and social activist - Ms. Shobha De, Director-Human Resources, Infosys - Mr. T V Mohandas Pai, Chairman & CEO of Edelweiss - Mr. Rashesh Shah, Vice-chairman of GVK Industries and managing director of Mumbai International Airport Ltd - Mr. Sanjay Reddy, President & CFO of UB Group - A K Ravi Nedungadi. India Leadership Conclave 2011 is organized in association with Indo-American Chamber of Commerce with Bimba Digimedia as creative Design Partner, GD Data as it partner & Business Wire India as Press Distribution Partner. To know more about the Events, Registration, Speakers Opportunity, Sponsorships, Stalls, please log on to www.indialeadershipconclave.com or www.indialeadershipconclave.in

About Indian Affairs : www.indianaffairs.in

It is really matter of great concern that Mainstream Media has been on a toss post the shocking nexus of Corporate , Media & Lobbyists, more importantly, trying to dictate in world’s largest Democracy ( India) of its crucial cabinet formation to please the biggies. The year 2010 was a milestone year as far as development & bi-lateral ties are concerned. India’s GDP is also on a constant high. Stock Markets are showing great resilience while political dramas are reluctant to depart. It indeed is a tragedy that Indians have a short memory. Indian Affairs is published from Indian Affairs Pvt Ltd, the flagship Company of NETWORK 7 GROUP, Delhi. Indian Affairs want to change the way, media should behave, to act as a catalyst & a game-changer. As Indian Affairs is unwilling to buy & rest in day-dreams, My Magazine named INDIAN AFFAIRS, will be a magazine for the common man & will be available in the whole country with a initial circulation of 10,000 Copies.

Source: Business Wire India

BusinessWireIndia

Comment on this story

Share