It is that time of the year again, when thought leaders from around the world head for the most coveted event in the Indian capital — the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit, 2012.
Through a series of sessions on November 16-17, they will brainstorm ideas for a better world, and a better India. From education and healthcare to leadership challenges in times of economic and political uncertainty, they will discuss and debate issues that we face today.
“What’s Next” has thus been aptly chosen the central them for this year’s summit — its 10th edition. As in the past, this year’s summit will be preceded by a series of articles by experts on issues that will be the focus of discussion at the two-day event.
The series kicks off today with Planning Commission principal advisor Pronab Sen’s column on the need to boost rural entrepreneurship to further economic reforms.
Leaders at the Summit
Making entrepreneurship the epicentre of reforms