"Mann ki Baat" is the PM's monthly radio address, which is broadcast on the last Sunday of every month.
The list of 157 artefacts includes a diverse set of items ranging from the one-and-a-half metre bas relief panel of Revanta in sandstone of the 10th CE to the 8.5 cm tall, exquisite bronze Nataraja from the 12th CE.
Taking a swipe at Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi at UN General Assembly on Saturday said countries should stop 'using terrorism as a political tool'. His remarks comes at a time when Pakistan has urged the international community not to isolate the Taliban in Afghanistan, but instead strengthen the current Afghan government for the sake of the people.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Delhi from John F Kennedy International Airport late Saturday evening after completing his 4-day visit to America.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi meet a large number of India outside of his hotel in New York.
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Addressing ‘Global Citizen Live’, Modi said that generations will remember the manner in which human resilience prevailed over everything else during the pandemic.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that the world must fulfil its duty by providing help to the people in war-torn Afghanistan where women, children and minorities are in need. addressing the high-level United Nations General Assembly session here, Modi said that the people of Afghanistan require help at this time.
Mourning the loss of lives lost due to the global coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday reiterated India's commitment to start giving vaccines to needy persons in other countries, even as he gave a clarion call to manufacturers to "Come, Make Vaccine in India".
"Did he get it," the Congress leader asked in an Instagram post, while sharing the remarks of Kamala Harris.
It is absolutely essential to ensure that Afghanistan's territory is not used to spread terrorism and for terrorist activities, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said during his address at United Nations General Assembly.
Addressing the 76th UN General Assembly here, the prime minister quoted great Indian diplomat Chanakya's words "when the right action is not taken at the right time, then it is time itself that causes the action to fail" to push his view.
Addressing the high-level United Nations General Assembly session here, Modi said: “We have had a great tradition of democracy that goes back to thousands of years”.
Modi began his speech on a deeply personal note, rewinding to his roots as a "poor boy" who sold tea in a small town and rose to the country's highest political office.
The theme for this year's General Debate is 'Building Resilience through hope to recover from COVID-19, rebuild sustainably, respond to the needs of the planet, respect the rights of people, and revitalise the United Nations.'
Prime Minister Modi will speak on various important issues including cross-border terrorism, regional situation and United Nations Security Council (UNSC) reforms, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla had said earlier.
The video was posted on Twitter, Facebook, and WhatsApp and showed two people using abusive words against the BJP leaders, the police said.
Discussed how we will work together to overcome key challenges like Covid, climate change, PM Modi said after meeting US President Joe Biden at the White House.
Home Minister Amit Shah addressed the first-ever National Cooperative Conference in Delhi. In his speech, he said, "It's a matter of pride for me as I was chosen as country's first Cooperative Minister. I thank Prime Minister Narendra Modi for giving me the opportunity."
"In the Prime Minister's view, India and the US are natural partners and endeavours to consolidate and strengthen our partnership of trust," Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said.