ITechLaw India is a global conference where technology leaders, lawyers, and policymakers converge for three days of intensive brainstorming and networking. The theme of this year’s conference is the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the challenges ahead for India.
In the last few years, New Delhi has stepped up its efforts to develop the Andaman and Nicobar islands, strengthen their connectivity with the mainland, and leverage their strategic location for India’s security.
Ambassador Juster’s remarks focused on how he envisions building a more durable India-U.S. relationship over the coming years. They covered a range of bilateral issues, including defense cooperation, economic and trade ties, energy, and health care.
The centrality of data for both innovation and policymaking renders data governance a critical theme for technology and policy discourse.
A roundtable discussion to trace the evolution of Indian strategic thought.
Building a more conducive regulatory environment for businesses has been a critical reform area for India, particularly in an innovation-led economy increasingly dependent on entrepreneurship.
Leading technology innovators, researchers, and entrepreneurs from around the world will engage with regulators, policy experts, and civil society actors in a series of dialogues.
Nepal’s historic parliamentary and provincial elections have opened a new window of political, economic, and geostrategic opportunity.
Russia’s growing defense cooperation with Pakistan and contacts with the Taliban are a matter of concern for India.
Carnegie India, in partnership with the India Development Foundation, hosted a seminar to review Indo-Japanese economic and security cooperation in the region, and identify new possibilities for developing regional connectivity corridors and strengthening maritime security in the Bay of Bengal.