Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Mauritian counterpart Pravind Kumar Jugnauth during the joint-inauguration of Metro Express and ENT Hospital Projects in Mauritius, through video conference, in New Delhi.
India’s Bharatiya Janata Party workers listen to Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing them via video conference in New Delhi. In the teleconference rally held ahead of national elections, Modi, warned that "India's enemies are conspiring to create instability in the country through terror attacks."
US President Donald Trump pauses while speaking to members of the five branches of the military by video conference on Christmas Day in the Oval Office of the White House. The military members were stationed in Guam, Qatar, Alaska, and two groups in Bahrain.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina (on the screen) jointly unveil e-plaques for the ground-breaking ceremony of two projects - India-Bangladesh Friendship Pipeline & Dhaka-Tongi-Joydebpur Railway Project - via video conference, in New Delhi. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan are also seen.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina (on the screen) jointly dedicate three projects in Bangladesh via video conference, in New Delhi. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is also seen.
Finance Minister Piyush Goyal, MoS Finance Shiv Pratap Sukla and others listen to Union Minister Arun Jaitley via a video conference during GST Day celebrations, at Ambedkar International Centre in New Delhi.
Prime Minister, Narendra Modi launching the Future Skills platform- an online platform for re-skilling and up-skilling needs IT professionals in India, during the inaugural function of the WCIT India 2018 at Hyderabad via video conferencing from Mysore.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagging off the new train service ‘Bandhan Express’ between Kolkata & Khulna, via video conferencing, in New Delhi. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, NSA Ajit Doval, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar are also seen.
Infosys Executive Vice Chairman and former Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Vishal Sikka speaks from California through a video conference to journalists at company's headquarters in Bangalore. The CEO of India-based outsourcing and information technology company Infosys, Vishal Sikka, has resigned following differences between him and some founders of the company, including Narayana Murthy. A company statement said that the board of directors accepted his resignation as the managing director and CEO and appointed U.B. Pravin Rao to be interim CEO and managing director.