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Northeast G20 Online Quiz Competition: DG NE Zone Felicitates Winners

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Northeast G20 Online Quiz Competition: In a bid to create awareness on G20 during India’s presidency this year, All India Radio (AIR), Guwahati conducted an online quiz competition on 4th  March 2023. The competition held in collaboration with Central Bureau of Communication (CBC), Guwahati was on the theme of G20. Around 300 participants took part in the online quiz and 5 participants were selected as winners.

Shri B Narayanan, DG NE Zone, Ministry of I&B felicitated the winners today in the office of Director General North East Zone Guwahati.

The winners of the competition were:  Hrishikesh Das from Tihu, Arup Kalita from Guwahati, Pradeep Handique from Lakhimpur, Amal Kalita from Baksa and Bhabajit Bhattacharya from Nalbari. Officials and Staff members of AIR, PIB and CBC Guwahati were also present during the occasion.

Also Read: G20 Summit: India Officially Takes Over G20 Presidency For 2023 As Bali Summit Ends

G20 Summit: Indonesia handed over the G20 presidency to India for the coming year on 16th November,2022 as the grouping’s Bali summit concluded with the member states finalizing the joint declaration.

Indonesian President Joko Widodo handed over the G20 presidency to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who stated that taking over the grouping’s presidency is a source of pride for every Indian citizen.

 

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union comprise the G20 (EU).

The Prime Minister remarked that India’s G-20 presidency is coming at a time of crisis and chaos. He underlined that the world is dealing with the aftereffects of a disruptive once-in-a-century global pandemic, conflicts and lots of economic uncertainty. “The lotus in the logo of G-20 is a symbol of hope in such tough times,” he said. The Prime Minister remarked that even if the world is in a deep crisis, we can still progress to make it a better place. Throwing light on the culture of India, the Prime Minister mentioned that both the Goddesses of knowledge and prosperity are seated on a lotus
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