Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday (August 28) addressed 23rd edition of his popular monthly radio show Mann Ki Baat.
Any life lost in Kashmir, whether of a youth or of a security personnel, is a loss for us as a nation: PM Modi
People who are putting innocent young boys forward to disrupt peace in Kashmir, one day they will have to answer to these boys: PM
Concerned over unrest in Kashmir, PM Modi said unity is the key.
When this came to the knowledge of the village head, he arranged Rs 18K and got a toilet constructed in 7 days: PM Modi
A 16-year-old girl launched a Satyagraha, gave up food, demanding a toilet in her home in Karnataka: PM Modi
Students of 1,700 schools wrote to their parents urging them to construct toilets in their homes, in Chhattisgarh: PM Modi
Mother Teresa's canonisation as saint to happen on September 4th. Her life was dedicated to work for the poor: PM Narendra Modi
Why should we not go back to our tradition of using clay for making idols?: PM Narendra Modi
Lot of people are writing about Ganesh Chaturthi & Durga Puja vis-a-vis the environment showing their concern over pollution: PM Modi
My handwriting is not that good. I have immense respect for people with good handwriting: PM Narendra Modi
Teachers are as important as mothers in our lives. They spend their lives caring for their students: PM Modi
For me, 5th September is not only Teachers Day but a day of learning as well: PM Narendra Modi
It is very good to know that our nation wants us to focus on extracurricular activities: PM Modi
Dipa Karmakar did wonders at Rio Olympics 2016 as she took 4th place in artistic gymnastics vault finals.
We have to go a long way when it comes to focusing on Sports. Sports needs motivation and public is the best entity to do it: PM
We won Rio Olympics medals, our daughters proved themselves once again, that they are not less than anyone: PM Modi
On the occasion of major Dhyanchand's birthday, India will celebrate National sports day on Monday: PM Modi
He spoke about India's performance in recently concluded Rio Olympics 2016. He may also speak over unrest prevailing in the valley from past 51 days. The death toll in the incident has reached over 70.
On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to discuss the security situation in the valley.
In the last edition of his radio show, he had shared his ideas and thoughts on Rio Olympics, dengue, floods, innovation and climate change.