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It has been decades since veteran table tennis coach A Srinivasa Rao began his journey as coach.
The government has said the measure was necessary as the practice of talaq-e-biddat was continuing unabated despite the Supreme Court last year striking it down.
The president said Hindi has a strong presence on the world map. Outside India, more than one crore people speak Hindi and it is being taught in universities of major countries, he said.
President Ram Nath Kovind said the country is in the midst of a dramatic change and that the decisions taken today will influence not just the immediate future but perhaps the rest of the century.
During the President's visit, aimed at continuing India's high-level engagements with the European countries, a number of MoUs were signed, including combatting climate-related challenges.
The bad roads were the most concerning issue for the people of Belagavi. Visitors call Belagavi a ‘city of potholes’ and the locals feel insulted.
During his stay in Prague, President Kovind will meet with President Zeman, Prime Minister Babis and President of House of Deputies Radek Vondracek.
President Kovind arrived here on Tuesday from Cyprus on the second leg of his eight-day three-nation visit to Europe to continue India's high-level engagements with European countries.
The pursuit of excellence should be the key factor that should dominate the minds of future generations, the President said.
Apart from the agreement on combating money laundering, India and Cyprus also signed an agreement on cooperation in the field of environment.
Kovind arrived in Cyprus on Sunday on the first leg of his three-nation visit to Europe to continue India's high-level engagements with European countries.
President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday embarked on a three-nation tour to Europe, spanning over eight days.
During his visit to the country from September 2-4, the President will also address Cyprus' House of Representatives, deliver a lecture at the University of Cyprus and address also the Indian diaspora
Initially, there were doubts in the minds of government employees and others, whether the Central government would approve the 95 per cent reservation to locals or not.
Greeting the country on the occasion of Onam, Kovind said that the festival marks a new beginning for those on Kerala recovering in the aftermath of the floods.