Recounting the country’s recent achievements, he said that more than 1 lakh delegates from across the world visited India for the G20 Summit.
India-Middle East-Europe corridor will be basis of world trade for centuries: PM Modi in' Mann ki Baat'
India's leadership was acknowledged by the world as it succeeded in making the African Union a member of the G20, he said.
In his address, Modi highlighted the invaluable contribution of the Telugu language to India’s cultural tapestry.
While lauding the achievements in the country’s dairy segment, the Prime Minister mentioned the introduction of ayurvedic medicines for the treatment of cattle by the Malabar Union of the Milma.
Elated Dhanapal said the TNSE feature, published on August 6 with the headline -- ‘Storyteller of Stones’, caught the attention of many and he never imagined that it would reach the PM.
"Our presidency of the G20 is a people's presidency, in which the spirit of public participation is at the forefront," Prime Minister Modi said.
The Shahi Imam emphasized that while the Prime Minister’s “Man ki Baat” is heard by the masses, he should also lend an ear to the concerns of the Muslim community.
“Many times when we hear the words ecology, flora, fauna and bio-diversity. Some people think it is a specialised subject.
The journey of Bicharpur village to become Mini Brazil commenced two-and-a-half decades ago, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
He also said this news is a rude shock for the Kannadigas, especially Bengalureans, who are emotionally attached to the channel.
Prays Lord Jagannath to bless countrymen with good health, happiness and prosperity
PM recalls oppression unleashed against people, saying the country should not forget crimes against freedom
More than 100 people have lost their lives in the ethnic violence between Meitei and Kuki community people in Manipur that broke out a month ago.
In a tweet, targeting the Prime Minister, Kharge said, "Narendra Modi ji, Your 'Mann ki Baat' should have first included 'Manipur ki baat', but in vain."
He asserted that India is the mother of democracy which holds democratic values and the Constitution supreme and, therefore, "we cannot forget June 25 when Emergency was imposed on us".
The Ministry has mentioned a selected few people of the country in the coffee table book named 'Mere Pyare Deshwasiyon', and published stories of their achievements along with their pictures.