Venkaiah Naidu said if all people do their duty, “it will add beauty to the country”.
“If students can learn and master memory techniques, they can work smarter. This will actually enable students to get better grades and leave them with more time for other extra-curricular activities,” the Vice President said.
Speaking on the concluding day of the 11th Global Doctors’ Summit here, Naidu said the improvement in India’s tax system with the introduction of GST will ultimately benefit its people.
Naidu was speaking at the Iranshah Udvada Utsav, a congregation of Parsis at Udvada village in Valsad district.
He said the International Yoga Day has given impetus to improve health and people across the world have taken to yoga.
Naidu hailed the institute for promoting yoga across the world for three generations and training many yoga teachers. He said certain evils have entered today’s society and Moral Science as a subject needs to be brought back in schools to combat them.
“Mother is not the photo but our motherland. ‘Vande Mataram’ is saluting the mother. Why should anyone have a problem with this,” Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said at an event in this temple town in Ahmednagar district.
Today, the Rajya Sabha was adjourned for the day as the Congress insisted on resolving the impasse over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks against Manmohan Singh.
“We must debate, discuss, decide and deliver,” the Vice President said, delivering the keynote address at the 12th edition of the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Awards in New Delhi.
The provocation was apparently caused by the absence of ministers like Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and Tourism Minister K J Alphons when their names were called by the Chair for laying of listed papers.
Venkaiah Naidu said members have raised it in the business advisory committee that only a few questions are taken up during the Question Hour and some suggestions were made.
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu, who will be the chief guest at the function, will hand over the awards to winners in 25 categories — both print and broadcast news — for outstanding work done in 2016.
Yadav, in his plea, has submitted that he was not given any chance by the Rajya Sabha chairman before the order was passed against him and his party colleague and MP, Ali Anwar, on December 4.
At the Christmas celebrations organised by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India (CBCI), the church leaders wanted Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu, who was the chief guest, to ‘play the Santa’. At the function, CBCI president Cardinal Mar Baselios Cleemis requested Naidu’s intervention to help families on the Kerala coast affected by Cyclone Ockhi. A […]
Naidu urged all political parties to push the women’s reservation Bill and asked them to have a code of conduct for their members.