The expectation is that the Centre could order around 30 crore flags of different sizes that will be distributed across the country to celebrate 75 years of the birth of the nation.
The first causality was a special event scheduled for March 27 in which families of prominent freedom fighters of Delhi were invited.
She appreciated India for sending COVID-19 vaccines for preventing coronavirus to the neighbouring countries, including Bangladesh, saying the gesture was a "reflection of that policy".
Imtiaz further said that hoisting of national flag, march-past by police contingents and release of balloons into the air will form part of cultural performances on the occasion.
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The government on Thursday said that the 'Padyatra', which will be led by Union Minister Prahlad Singh Patel, will be undertaken by 81 marchers from Sabarmati Ashram to Dandi in Navsari.
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The prime minister also gave a clarion call to the Members of Parliament that they should reach out to people and help in carrying out the COVID vaccination drive by the government.
Modi said the celebration should be based on public participation, must reflect the spirit of the country’s freedom movement and showcase its achievements to the world since 1947.
Modi said that the celebrations should reflect India's freedom struggle and should pay a tribute to freedom fighters.
The new restrictions were issued by the Health Ministry on Sunday because Hungary’s foreign minister tested positive for the coronavirus after visiting Cambodia last week.
There are around 160 prisoners lodged at the High-Security Prison close to the Viyyur Central Jail.
What has made India’s situation more precarious is the Chinese betrayal and the clash in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh that resulted in tragic loss of lives and has diverted country's focus.
The Interior Ministry’s spokesman, Tariq Arian, said a total of 14 mortar shells were fired from two vehicles in the northern and eastern part of the Afghan capital.
At Kalahandi, Textiles Minister Padmini Dian hoisted the national flag at Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium in Bhawanipatna.
The day was celebrated with strict adherence to Covid guidelines issued by the Government.