Off The Cuff with Rajiv Kumar

15 January, 2018 5:54 pm IST

This edition of ‘Off The Cuff’ saw NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar in conversation with ThePrint Chairman & Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta. Kumar spoke on a range of issues including the economic slowdown, GST, unemployment, disinvestment in Air India and agriculture. The event was held in Delhi on 29 September 2017.

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From Left: Shekhar Gupta, Editor-in-Chief, ThePrint; Rajiv Kumar, vice-chairman, Niti Aayog 

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From Left: KC Tyagi, JD (United MP); Shekhar Gupta

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First row from left: Ramesh Bidhuri, member of parliament Lok Sabha, BJP; Ishan Raina, CEO, Out Of Home Media; Sanjeev Manchanda, noted CA; Deven Narang, MD- Susatainable Biomass, Sindicatum; Jyotsna Suri, chairperson, Bharat Hotels Ltd
Second row from left: Utkarsh Amitabh, founder Network Capital; Harish Sachdeva, MD Helix Group; Herbert Traxl, former Austrian Ambassador to India

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Sukhadeo Thorat, economist & former chairman, University Grants Commission

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From Left: R.P. Singh, National Secretary BJP; Vijay Chauthaiwale, in-charge foreign affairs dept. BJP; Sudhanshu Trivedi, national spokesperson BJP; Kashish Mittal, additonal private secretary to vice-chairman, Niti Aayog 



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