The hosta hosting meeting in New Delhi is being organised by the organisation GigaHosta, a joint venture between the government of India and a company, which is owned by GigaTech Ltd.
Giga hosted the first hosta in 2016 in New York, and the event was hosted by the government.
The meeting, which was originally scheduled for January 20, will be held on January 23.
The organisers of the meeting have announced that the meeting will be attended by around 20,000 people, with an additional 20,500 people to be given tickets to attend the meeting.
The Giga hosts the event for about 15 days each year.
In April this year, a group of scientists led by a researcher from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) were invited to attend.
According to the organisers, the group was led by the head of IISc, Dhananjay Mishra.
“The meeting will take place at the site of a proposed hydroelectric dam located on the Ganges River in Haryana,” the organisation said in a statement.
“The hydroelectric project has been proposed by the Government of India under the National Highways and Urban Development (NHUDA) Scheme,” the statement said.
The proposed dam would have a capacity of up to 600MW and would be constructed at a location near the city of Jharkhand.
In April this the New Delhi government signed a contract with Giga to build a 1,200MW power project in Jharkshand.
In 2017, the Delhi High Court rejected the Delhi government’s request to cancel the project.
Giga hosts meetings to discuss policy, governance and environmental issues, and it has hosted several meetings.
It is currently hosting the Indian Meteorological Department’s (IMD) annual conference on climate change in New London, Connecticut.