The India Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai on Thursday announced the agenda for the upcoming Space Week scheduled to happen from 17th October to 23rd October 2021.
India is revising its existing policies and is also in the process of bringing in the new ones to increase industry participation in the space sector, Dr K. Sivan, Chairman,
Sheikh Maktoum said that the diversity and the quality of innovations featured at the global mega event provide us with an understanding of how the world’s future is being shaped, as countries resume economic activity...
The Indian pavilion opened at the Expo 2020 Dubai with cultural performances. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the large Indian diaspora during the inaugural ceremony of India Pavilion through a video conference.
The India Pavilion in Expo 2020 Dubai starting October 1 is set to showcase a resurgent India’s march to becoming a $5 trillion economy in the post-covid world.
Abubakr was grateful to receive the Golden Visa and praised the UAE leadership. Abubakr is one of the finest educationist, social worker and philanthropist in the country.
India needs around $700 billion of investment from 2021 to 2031 to boost its urban infrastructure services like Urban Mobility, Affordable Housing,
The Pavilion is built on a 1.2-acre plot, with a state-of-the-art building that will be a permanent structure and will become a part of District 2020. It will remain for posterity as part of India’s legacy in the UAE.
The Maharashtra Week at the India Pavilion in Expo 2020 Dubai concluded on Thursday with a huge success as the state received investments of INR15,260 crore ($2 billion)