As usual, big ideas were debated, but no concrete deals emerged. The forum announced on Jan 21 that it plans to hold its in-person gathering May 22-26 after two years of delays.
The worldwide spread of the deadly virus, which was first reported in China's Wuhan in late 2019, has seen more than 33 crore confirmed cases globally and over 55.5 lakh deaths so far.
India's growth in next 25 years will be clean, green, sustainable and reliable: Modi at Davos Summit
He also said India is fighting another COVID-19 wave with full alertness and caution while also maintaining economic growth.
The World Economic Forum said 92 countries including India representing 78 per cent of global commissions have made net-zero commitments at a national level.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Japan's Prime Minister Kishida Fumio are scheduled to deliver their respective special addresses on Tuesday.
The report has urged world leaders to think outside the quarterly reporting cycle and create policies that manage risks and shape the agenda for the coming years.
The high-powered meeting scheduled for January 17-21, which usually draws leading figures from business, politics and diplomacy, will instead be held in 'early summer'.
The World Economic Forum said Thursday that its next annual meeting will take place from Jan. 17-22 in the resort village of Davos in eastern Switzerland.
India's bilateral trade with Saudi Arabia was at USD 27.48 billion in 2017-18, making Saudi Arabia its fourth-largest trading partner.
The photograph was released by the Congress on Thursday, a day after the $1.8 billion fraud in Punjab National Bank broke out.
Indian PM Narendra Modi and Canada's Justin Trudeau defended free trade in the face of Trump's protectionist "America First" policies.
Narendra Modi warned against a new wave of protectionism, saying that trade barriers pose a danger to the world on a par with climate change and extremist attacks.
Modi, making the forum's first speech by an Indian head of state in more than two decades, did not mention Trump by name but he criticised the rise of protectionism.
Gandhi has been critical of the prime minister for his foreign visits and attacked his government for allegedly working for the rich and waiving their loans.
India has a lot to catch up with China and even Pakistan in terms of inclusive development, according to a new report by the World Economic Forum.