G20 Summit LIVE: On Tuesday morning, the two-day summit got underway in Bali, Indonesia. Among the leaders of the 20 nations and the European Union (EU) in the group are US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. On Tuesday, PM Modi will take part in the summit’s sessions on health and food and energy security, where leaders are anticipated to talk about the effects of Russia’s conflict in Ukraine. Leaders from the West are anticipated to put pressure on Russia to extend a pact that permits the shipping of wheat from Ukraine through the Black Sea. For more updates, check indiatoday.in frequently.
By 2030, PM Modi said, India will produce 50% of its electricity from renewable sources.
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Global growth depends on India’s energy security, says Prime Minister Modi
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After meeting world leaders at Asean, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen tests positive for Covid at the G20
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