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Mann ki Baat HIGHLIGHTS: PM Modi’s speech was aired on All India Radio, Doordarshan and the Narendra Modi mobile app among others.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 25, 2018 1:31:51 pm
Mann ki Baat HIGHLIGHTS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation through his radio programme on Sunday. (Source: PMO

Mann Ki Baat HIGHLIGHTS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation in the 50th edition of his monthly radio programme ‘Mann ki Baat’ today. The Prime Minister in his address shared his thoughts on various issues with the people through an All India Radio broadcast that started at 11 am today.

The PM’s speech was aired on All India Radio, Doordarshan and the Narendra Modi mobile app. The YouTube channels of the Prime Minister’s Office, information and broadcasting ministry and allindiaradio.gov.in also aired the speech. All India Radio will broadcast the programme in regional languages immediately after the Hindi broadcast.

In his last address that aired on October 28, PM Modi evoked the legacy of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and credited him with uniting India after partition.

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    Full text of PM Modi's 50th Mann Ki Baat

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has finished his address for today's edition of Mann Ki Baat.

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    PM Modi pays tribute to makers of Constitution

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    PM recalls why he opted for a radio programme
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    PM Modi share how the idea of 'Mann Ki Baat' came
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    Live streaming of Mann Ki Baat
    10:58 (IST)25 Nov 2018
    Mann Ki Baat programme to begin shortly
    10:31 (IST)25 Nov 2018
    Here's where you can tune into PM Modi's Mann Ki Baat

    The PM’s speech will be broadcast on All India Radio, Doordarshan and the Narendra Modi mobile app. The YouTube channels of the Prime Minister’s Office, information and broadcasting ministry and allindiaradio.gov.in will also air the speech. 

    All India Radio will also broadcast the programme in regional languages immediately after the Hindi broadcast.

    10:19 (IST)25 Nov 2018
    Here's what PM Modi shared in his last Mann ki Baat


    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his last radio address to the nation on October 28, evoked the legacy of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and credited him with uniting India after partition. It was his timely intervention which helped save Jammu and Kashmir from ‘aggression’, PM Modi had said. The prime minister appealed to the citizens, especially the youth, to participate in large numbers in the ‘Run for Unity’ being organised on October 31 to mark the birth anniversary of Patel. Read more

    10:03 (IST)25 Nov 2018
    PM Modi to address 50th edition of his monthly radio programme today

    Source: Twitter/PMOIndia

    “India has a golden history in Hockey. In the past, we have won several gold medals and also won the World Cup once. India has given some great hockey players to the world,” PM Modi had said.

    In his last address, the prime minister also praised the para-athletes, who had represented India in the Asian Para Games last month and said that their spirit to overcome challenges is inspirational. He also evoked India’s ‘golden history’ in hockey and said that the nation has contributed largely to the sport by giving a number of talented players like Dhyanchand, Balvinder Singh Sr, Dhanraj Pillai among others.

    “India has a golden history in Hockey. In the past, we have won several gold medals and also won the World Cup once. India has given some great hockey players to the world,” PM Modi had said.

    The Mann ki Baat programme was started in October 2014, a few months after Modi government assumed office. It is aired on last Sunday of every month.

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