New Delhi: The meeting of the World Economic Forum has begun in Davos, in which the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi joined with his delegation and got the first obligation to address. In his statement, Modi addressed India to be the most trusted country of investment and also said that the world should go together for it. According to the World Economic Forum website, “the institution is committed of improving the condition of the world”. Each year it comes with a special theme. This year's theme is - Creating a Shared Future for 'Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World.
Another special thing about this forum is that seven women are headed by it, which includes India's Maan Deshi Foundation President Chetna Sinha. It also comprise of the International Monetary Fund’s Christine Lagarde and Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg. It is a matter of pride for Indian. Chetna Sinha is also a successful Social activist along with a Banker who works constantly for the empowerment of women in the remote rural areas of Maharashtra.