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PM Modi Taught The Most Difficult Lesson To 14 Lakh Students

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave an example of singer Lata Mangeshkar to inspire students to take to difficult questions and subjects during his “Pariksha pe charcha” session.

What is “Pariksha pe charcha”?

It is an annual event where PM Modi interacts with school children from across the country. This year, the event was hosted in the virtual world due to pandemic-related restrictions. But over 14 lakh students and teachers registered to participate in the event.

What did PM Modi say about difficult questions?

Modi said that was habitual of dealing with difficult questions first since he was Chief Minister of Gujarat. Every morning, the officials would update Modi about the most difficult situations, the PM said. Once the difficult situations were handled, he sits down to relax and solve the easier problems, maintained PM Modi.

He advised students not to avoid difficult subjects as things that look difficult become easier over time. He gave a few examples to substantiate his claim. He said that cycling and swimming looked difficult at the beginning but becomes easier after some time. He asked them to note down the … Read the rest

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Bangladesh Will Celebrate Its National Day On March 26 In The Presence Of PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Dhaka today and it is his first foreign trip post-Covid-19 outbreak. March 26 is the Independence Day of Bangladesh and this year Dhaka is celebrating its golden jubilee. PM Modi will attend the celebrations and take the opportunity of meeting both political and common people. Trade pacts will also be signed.

What Modi’s schedule in Dhaka?

PM Modi will first visit the National Martyr’s Memorial at 10.50 and then attend the National Day programme at 3:45 pm. He will also inaugurate Bapu Bangabandhu Digital Video Exhibition at 7:45 pm.

At 3:15 pm, Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen will call on PM Modi who is looking forward to a meaningful dialogue with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and President Abdul Hamid.

What did PM Modi say about his Dhaka visit?

PM Modi tweeted that he was happy that his first foreign visit post-Covid-19 outbreak was in a friendly neighboring country with which India had strong social and cultural ties. He praised the Father of the Nation of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman for his role in the freedom of Bangladesh … Read the rest

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Narendra Modi Appreciated Bhutanese And Nepalese Contribution Towards COVID-19 Fund

Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to Twitter to thank Bhutan and Nepal for their contribution to the COVID-19 emergency fund to help SAARC countries in battling coronavirus outbreak.

PM Modi proposed emergency funds

On March 15, Prime Minister Modi proposed setting of an emergency fund for SAARC members. Also, he donated USD 10 million for the purpose. He suggested setting of COVID-19 fund while addressing the SAARC leaders and representatives via video conferencing.

He said that it was wonderful to see SAARC leaders taking initiatives that were adding strength to the collective fight against coronavirus. He further said that it shows their commitment to the collective fight against the pandemic.

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PM Modi Promises To Stop Water From Flowing To Pakistan In His Poll Promise In Haryana

Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a swipe at Pakistan over the issue of water while addressing a rally in Hisar. He said that he always accomplishes what he decides to do. Pakistan has warned India that any attempt to water flow would be considered an act of aggression.

What did Narendra Modi say?

PM Modi started his speech with water issue in Haryana. He assured the farmers that the Haryana water won’t flow towards Pakistan. He also took a dig at Pakistan over his earlier statement about stopping water flowing to neighbouring country. He said that his reference to water upsets people in Islamabad.

What are Modi’s plans for next five years?

PM Modi said that his government had plans to invest Rs. 3.5 lakh crore in next five years to make infrastructure to provide water for drinking and irrigation purposes. He said that his emphasis was on to improve water condition under his Jal Jeevan Mission. He said that his government wanted to remove farmer’s reliability on monsoon for irrigation. He addressed two rallies in Gohana and Sonipat and later in Hisar in Haryana. … Read the rest

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Xi Jinping Won’t Discuss Kashmir With Modi

Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to India in October but they won’t talk Kashmir. The dates of meeting are yet to be finalized but both the countries agree that it would be an informal meeting without aides.

Conclusion from the last meeting

The two leaders met in Wuhan last year but the meeting remained informal. They discussed strategic matters that are of bigger importance instead of concentrating their talks on one or two specific issues especially Kashmir.

Chinese stand on Kashmir

China raised the issue of Kashmir in United Nations but Kashmir has never been an issue between India and China. The leaders met last year but didn’t discuss Kashmir. They will again meet in October and discuss strategic issues only.

Belt and Road Initiative

Xi Jinping is likely to push his Belt and Road Initiative during his talks with India. Chinese government wants India to be a partner country in its road initiatives. Also, the Chinese government would discuss measures that can help in safeguarding peace and stability in the border areas. The Chinese government promised … Read the rest

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ranks First In India And Sixth In The World

Prime Minister Narendra Modi turns out to be the world’s most admired Indian in the annual study by YouGov. This UK based market research and data analytics firm conducts annual surveys on popularity of important personalities from politics, entertainment, sports and society.

Modi in YouGov

PM Narendra Modi tops the list of popular Indians but his global ranking is number six. Also, he’s the only Indian politician on the list rest of the names on the list are from Bollywood.

Bollywood in YouGov

The top 20 most admired men include Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan. The list of most admired women includes Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra and former beauty queens Sushmita Sen and Aishwarya Rai.

World’s most admired man/woman

Bill Gates of Microsoft holds the title of being the most admired man in the universe followed by the former US President Barack Obama but his wife and former First Lady of the US, Michelle Obama is titled the most admired women of the world

In addition to Obama’s Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan also … Read the rest