New Delhi [India], Jan. 9 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on a two-day visit of Gujarat from today to inaugurate the eighth edition of 'Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit' and a slew of other initiatives.
Ahead of the opening of the four-day 'Vibrant Summit' on January 10 at Mahatma Mandir in Gandhinagar, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate four different projects today after his arrival, starting with the bhumi-poojan ceremony for redevelopment of Gandhinagar Railway Station.
Prime Minister Modi will also inaugurate 'Vibrant Gujarat Global Trade Show'. Later, he will head to GIFT City near Gandhinagar to inaugurate country's first International Exchange being set up by the Bombay Stock Exchange.
During visit, he will also inaugurate Nobel Prize Series exhibition in Ahmedabad, which will feature works of nine Nobel laureates from across the world.
He will also take part in the Roundatable meeting with all the invited Nobel Prize winners, including India-born Dr Venkatraman Ramakrishnan.
Apart from over 1,500 national and international delegates, heads of states and industry leader from across the world, as many as 12 central ministers and several Chief Ministers are expected to participate in the opening ceremony.