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Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi to interact with students, teachers and parents on Jan 29 in Pariksha Pe Charcha

The Monthly Radio Show, Where The Prime Minister Shares His Thoughts Can Also Be Heard Live On The Official Narendra Modi App

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Srishty Choudhury | Updated on: 27 Jan 2019, 11:38:16 AM
The program will also be live-streamed on the Youtube channels of the Prime Minister’s Office, AIR and DD News. (File photo)

New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation in the 52nd edition of his monthly radio show ‘Mann ki Baat’ at 11 am on Sunday. The year’s first edition of PM Modi’s ‘Mann ki Baat’ will be broadcast on All India Radio (AIR) and Doordarshan. The monthly radio show, where the prime minister shares his thoughts can also be heard live on the official Narendra Modi App. The program will also be live-streamed on the Youtube channels of the Prime Minister’s Office, AIR and DD News. Last month, the ‘Mann ki Baat’ radio show had completed 51 episodes. In the 51 episodes, the prime minister has spoken about a bunch of issues of public interest. During the last episode, Modi had emphasised the role of radio as a “mighty means of getting across”. “From remote villages to Metro cities, from farmers to young professionals … the array just prompted me to embark upon this journey of ‘Mann Ki Baat’,” he had said.

Here are the LIVE updates:

11.33 am: January 30 is the death anniversary of revered Bapu Mahatma Gandhi. At 11 am, country pays homage to martyrs. Wherever we are, we must pay 2 minutes tribute to our martyrs. Remember our revered Bapu. Take vow to fulfil dreams of Bapu, says PM.

11.31 am: On January 29, at 11 am, in 'Pariksha Pe Charcha', I will touch upon a lot of things related to exams with my young friends, especially on the topic of stress-free exams. I urged people to send me their inputs, ideas with regard to this programme, says PM Modi.

11.31 am: My younger friends, the days of examinations are approaching. Students, their parents, teachers, all are engaged in tasks related to exams. I wish all the students, their parents and teachers all the best, says PM.

11.30 am: I appeal to all the Sarpanchs, village heads to take lead in this campaign in their respective Panchayats. And do share your "clean beautiful toilet" photos with me on , says PM.

11.27 am: This time in Khelo India, participants from every state performed well at their individual level. Life of many medal winner is also immensely inspiring, says the PM.

11.26 am: We have also created world record for launching 104 satellites simultaneously from the same spacecraft. We will soon register India’s presence on the moon through the Chandrayaan-2 campaign, says PM.

11.25 am: The number of successful space missions attempted since the country's independence till 2014 have been equal to those successfully completed in the past four years, says PM

11.25 am: Dr. Vikram Sarabhai has had an important role in India's space program. Our space program has been possible due to innumerable young scientists. We take pride in that satellites developed by our students, Sounding Rockets reached space, says the PM.

11.24 am: Sant Ravidas proposed that if God was present in every human being, then it was not fair to categorize him on the basis of caste, creed and other sociological demarcations, says PM Modi.

11.23 am: India is a land of saints. Our saints have conveyed the message of goodwill, equality, social empowerment through their thoughts and deeds. One such Saint was SantRavidas and on February 19, we will observe Ravidas Jayanti, says PM.

11.21 am: Rabindranath Tagore made paintings of many animals, birds, landscapes, human characters but not ascribe any name to most of his works. His paintings have been on display in European countries, in Russia and in Americ, says the PM.

11.20 am: I have always considered radio as effective means of connecting with people. Similarly, Netaji shared deep bond with medium of Radio, says the PM.

11.19 am: It gladdens me to see many places associated with illustrious sons of India being developed in Delhi. Alipur Road, Sardar Patel museum, Kranti Mandir! Whenever you come to Delhi, you must pay visit to these places: PM

11.18 am: Files associated with #=Netaji be declassified has been a long-standing demand for years. And I am happy that we could manage to do the same, says PM.

11.15 am: A museum dedicated to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Indian National Army; Yaad-e-Jalian, reminiscences of Jalianwala Bagh, 1857 – India’s 1st war of Independence constitute premises of ‘Kranti Mandir’, that has been dedicated to the nation, says PM Modi.

11.13 am: Files associated with Netaji be declassified has been long-standing demand for years. And I am happy that we could manage to do the same, says PM.

11.10 am: India has given birth to innumerable great men. On Jan 23, Country celebrated birth anniversary of Netaji. On this occasion, I was fortunate to get opportunity to inaugurate museum dedicated to heroes who fought in India’s freedom struggle, says PM.

11.08 am: I urge eminent people of the country to come forward and jointly contribute in campaigning for spreading awareness on voter registration and casting one’s vote on the day of polling: PM

11.07 am: This year, there will be the Lok Sabha elections in our country. This is the first time ever, young persons born in the 21st century will be able to exercise their right to vote. I urge young generation to register themselves as voters, if they are eligible, says PM.

11.06 am: On January 25, the Election Commission was formed and now this day is celebrated as National Voters Day. It is natural for every Citizen to feel proud of EC of its meticulous organising abilities, says PM.

11.05 am: On 26th of January, 1950, our Constitution came into being; our Country was proclaimed Republic. Yesterday, we celebrated the Republic Day with pride and fervour, said Narendra Modi.

11.04 am: I have had the fortunate opportunity to be blessed by Swamiji, many a time. In 2007, on the occasion of the Centenary celebration of Sri Sri Sri Shivakumara Swamiji our former President Dr. #APJAbdulKalam had paid visit to Tumukur, says PM.

11.01 am: was true follower of Lord Basaveshwar's tenet 'Kayakave kailash'. During his life spanning 111 years, he strived tirelessly towards social, educational, and economic upliftment of thousands of people, says PM Modi.

11 am: My Dear Countrymen, Namaskar. On the 21st of this month, our Country received very sad news. Dr. Shri Shri Shri Shivakumara Swamiji of District Tumukur, Karnataka was no more. Swamiji dedicated his entire life to Social Service, says PM Modi.

11 am: PM Modi begins his address remembering the 111-year-old late seer of Siddaganga Mutt Srikumara Swamiji, who died earlier this week.

10 am: PM Modi to address the nation in his monthly radio programme in an hour from now.

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First Published : 27 Jan 2019, 09:53:25 AM