Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation from the ramparts of red fort on the occasion of 73rd Independence Day. In his speech which lasted for 92 minutes, PM Modi talked about the key.
As PM Modi initiates the third phase of economy driven by patriotic consumerism, here’s why the middle class should be wary. Also, the question is whether India’s middle class has been.Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on the occasion of Independence Day from ramparts of Red Fort where he discussed key points and the achievements of the government led by him.Full name of 'Narendra Modi' is Narendra Damodardas Modi. He was born on 17 September 1950 in Vadnagar, Mehsana district, Bombay State (present day Gujarat). His father's name was Damodardas Mool Chand Modi and mother's name is Hiraben. He was born into a middle class family.
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his maiden Independence Day speech spoke on a wide range of issues, from financial inclusion schemes to stressing on need to enhance manufacturing. Modi said that for India to make its presence felt on the global stage, there was immediate need to channelise the talent of the youth.
PM Narendra Modi will be speaking in a special address to the nation days after his government announced measures to make Article 370 inoperative and to separate the state of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories. India Today will be analysing PM Narendra Modi's address to the nation.
The Prime Minster, Shri Narendra Modi today addressed the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort on the 71th Independence Day. Following are the highlights from his speech: 1. Greetings to my fello.
PM Narendra Modi's Independence Day Speech: Key Highlights Prime Minister Modi said that the country has made rapid changes in the past few years compared to 2013 when the Congress-led UPA.
Modi had last year spoken for 57 minutes, his shortest Independence Day speech in five years. In 2016, he had spoken for 96 minutes, the longest ever Independence Day address by an Indian prime minister.
New Delhi: As Prime Minister, Narendra Modi delivered his sixth independence day speech Thursday.Delivering a 92-minute speech, the PM touched upon a range of issues from Article 370 and triple talaq to India’s water crisis. Since he assumed office, PM Modi’s Independence Day speeches have been as much a road map for the year ahead as a statement of achievements from the year gone by.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to speak at the 73rd Independence Day - his sixth straight Independence Day speech - and is expected to touch on a host of issues, ranging from his government’s landmark decision on Jammu and Kashmir to the state of economy.
PM Narendra Modi will deliver his first Independence Day address from the ramparts of the historic Red Fort today. Stay with TOI Live Blog for latest news and updates.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed the nation on the 73rd Independence Day. PM Modi led the nation in celebrating the event at the Red Fort in Delhi today morning. He unfurled the.
Independence Day 2018: PM Narendra Modi’s fifth and last Independence Day speech before the 2019 general elections incited a lot of reactions on social media.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday delivered his sixth straight Independence Day speech where he touched upon a variety of issues including his government's decision on Jammu and Kashmir. Here is the full text of PM Modi's speech at Red Fort.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech was not just a report card of his tenure as Prime Minister but a signal on future priorities if elected again.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on the 70th Independence Day from the Red Fort on Monday. Not surprisingly, his speech covered governance and the progress of various government schemes, improvement in agriculture, women empowerment, financial growth, and the passage of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in Parliament.