PM Modi Independence Day speech: The Prime Minister emphasised on his ideas and visions about the New India, about which he first talked about at his party headquarters following the BJP’s stunning election victory in state polls conducted in February-March.
Doordarshan will run the live telecast of the programmes from 6:30 am. Modi’s speech will be telecast both on television and on the internet. People can listen to the speech on the Doordarshan You Tube channel by clicking on http://www.youtube/DoordarshanNational.
The ‘Bharat Parv’ festival — showcasing cuisine and culture of different states of India — will be held from January 26 to January 29.
An Independence Day Speech is not a Report Card on Government; it is as, the Prime Minister put it, “a dawn of new dreams, and new resolve.” Nevertheless even dreams and resolve need to be credible.
PM Narendra Modi began his speech by talking about diversity and the need for continued unity in the country.
Prime Minister Narendra will address the nation from Red Fort today on the occasion of India’s 69th Independence Day.
New body must encourage policy based on evidence, not intuition and ideology.
The Centre is also likely to issue a stamp on December 2, commemorating ‘Gita Jayanti’.
The issue was taken up during a hearing on the implementation of the Chandni Chowk redevelopment plan.
Hopefully, the prime minister will now put his words into action.
Modi applauded the work of security forces and their “sacrifice” while performing the duty of protecting the country.
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Meanwhile, Vidya Balan and the government are trying to toilet train the nation.
Poor attendance of officials on this occasion of “great national importance” is “unacceptable”, Seth has said.
The Ministry of External Affairs is lucky in having two Cabinet ministers looking after it, the PM as well as Sushma Swaraj.