As the State government plans to attract investments worth $4 billion in the EV segment, the high-level virtual meeting being organised in collaboration with the APEDB and WEF-Moving India.
Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy led a delegation to Davos, interacted with captains of industries and clinched deals in key sectors.
The delegation from Telangana successfully concluded its 10-day trip to the UK and the World Economic Forum, Davos on Friday.
Company CIO sees Telangana Mobility Valley as a major opportunity, partners up with the State govt for venture
The solutions are aimed at supporting disbursements in the State, building capacity among SMBs and enabling farmers to increase their incomes.
The CEO offered to partner with Andhra University to draft a curriculum on high-end technology.
The main promenade of this small ski resort town during a rare springtime WEF Annual Meeting was dotted with pavilions of as many as six Indian states.
Ashish Singhal of CoinSwitch, discussed with the CM ways of providing technology to secure records of comprehensive land survey in AP.
Identify government organisations and grant them transparent regulatory powers through Parliament, says Minister
The photos of the two went viral as soon as Rama Rao put up the photos on his Twitter and Instagram handles.
The latest to join the list of global companies to invest in the State is Ashirvad Pipes of Aliaxis.
The name of Dr Priti Adani is also doing rounds for getting nominated to the Rajya Sabha from AP.
WEF Davos summit: 300 government leaders expected; FM Nirmala Sitharaman, 3 CMs to attend from India
The annual meeting is expected to be attended by over 300 public figures, including heads of state and government from across the globe.
Sources said Jagan will lead a 17-member delegation, including officials from the CMO, industries and other departments, to the Alpine resort town in Switzerland.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies, such as AI (Artificial Intelligence), blockchain and IoT (Internet of Things), can deliver better cancer care.
At the recent virtual World Economic Forum, there was a breathtaking admission and an amazing offer from a group of billionaires.
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.
Modi will interact with global business community members, besides delivering his keynote address on Tuesday.
While hundreds of thousands of federal government employees will be furloughed if budget talks in Congress fail Friday, Trump will have all the staff and facilities needed.