On Tuesday, the government announced that it will hold the second-ever national summit in Delhi.
The event will be organised by the Union Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and will include a reception, a session on the economy, a joint session on climate change and the launch of a new website.
The government is looking at inviting a range of world leaders to attend the summit, including former US president Bill Clinton, US President Barack Obama and the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The summit will be attended by top leaders of the three largest economies in the world, including the United States, India and China, with a focus on global issues.
Modi has promised to help the Indian economy in the run-up to the 2020 Olympics and a series of other international sporting events, which will also take place at the venue.
The venue will be a multi-purpose venue, which means it will be able to accommodate the likes of celebrities, government ministers, business leaders and civil society leaders.