India review 2023 | From key Bills at home to international milestones

A collection of articles that looks back at 2023, the year that was.

Updated - December 29, 2023 04:46 pm IST

Published - December 29, 2023 03:35 pm IST

Bharat Mandapam illuminated with colourful lights after the G20 Summit, in New Delhi, Sunday, Sept. 10, 2023.

Bharat Mandapam illuminated with colourful lights after the G20 Summit, in New Delhi, Sunday, Sept. 10, 2023. | Photo Credit: PTI

As the curtain falls on 2023, it stood out as a significant year for India. From ISRO making history with Chandrayaan 3, replacing the old criminal laws with 3 new Bills to India’s tumultuous relationship with Canada, it has been a rollercoaster ride as the country manoeuvred its way through milestones and challenges.

While the year brought about its challenges with deadly violence gripping Manipur and the arrival of a new COVID variant JN.1, India also marked itself as a significant player on the global stage with a successful G20 summit. While the country inaugurated a new Parliament building, it also endured the heartbreak of losing the Cricket World Cup and the Supreme Court’s judgement on same-sex marriage.

With the New Years closing in, we look back at the way India meandered through 2023 - with educational reforms, GDP growth surpassing expectations, extreme weather events and Assembly elections in 5 states.

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