Mallikarjun felicitated with Pride of India award
Addressing the gathering, Kharge provided an update on various bilateral memoranda on items of mutual interest, such as mining safety, employment, social security and said that India`s GDP is poised to grow at a faster pace than most of the nations.
Kharge reiterated his commitment to improve child education especially to strengthen the rural communities. "History has shown that great nations have influenced the world with their economic, diplomatic and cultural strength.
I say with utmost pride that India and United States of America are examples of such great nations," said Sridhar Reddy Korsapati, president of IANT. "Kharge is considered a competent leader with a clean public image and well versed in the dynamics of politics, legislation and administration," said Prasad Thotakura of IAFC.