PM Narendra Modi Speech latest Updates, Narendra Modi News: This comes a day after India scripted history by reaching the landmark of having administered over 100 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated the Kushinagar airport in Uttar Pradesh with a flight from Sri Lanka becoming the first to touch down at the new airport.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that 41 Ordnance factories will be converted into 7 government-run corporate entities, in a big move to improve Indias self-reliance and defence preparedness. Launching the 7 new defence firms, he said, the goal is to make India the worlds biggest military power on its own.
The PMO or Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office is likely to review the coal supply situation in India today, say sources, amid fears of widespread blackouts in the country and with many states flagging worries about outages.
“Modi ji listens to everyone patiently only then takes decisions. He considers the suggestion of the smallest person. He is not a leader who imposes his point of view because staying in power is not the goal. One of his goals is ‘India First’. His goal is to run the government for the country,”: Amit Shah
Varanasi (UP), Oct 10 (ANI): Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra slammed PM Modi over Air India deal. PM Modi bought two aircraft for himself for Rs 16,000 crore last year. He sold the entire Air India of this country for just Rs 18,000 crore to this billionaire friends, said Priyanka Gandhi in Varanasi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has credited Indias stunning success in vaccinating its people to the country being atmanirbhar or self-reliant, adding that he made sure that technology formed the backbone of the vaccination process. On the question of negative press about his decisions, the Prime Minister said he attaches big importance to criticism.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 25 (IST) left for India from New York after concluding his three-day visit. During his visit, PM Modi met President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and top CEOs of US, in Washington DC. PM Modi also attended first in-person Quad Leaders’ Summit. He addressed the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York in the last leg of his visit. (ANI)
PM Modi at UNGA: Another mRNA vaccine is in its late stages of development. Scientists in India are also engaged in the development of a nasal vaccine for Corona. Realising its responsibility towards humanity, India has once again started giving vaccines to the needy of the world. I also invite vaccine manufacturers from all over the world today to- Come, Make Vaccine in India,” the prime minister said.
On this episode of The Newshour weekend special with Navika Kumar, we discuss PM Modis power pack and well-crafted speech at the 76th edition of the UN general assembly. From calling out terrorism to putting China on notice, to highlighting how Indias growth is directly proportional to the worlds growth. The prime minister also silenced the doubters lobby by giving a lesson on global democracy from a global podium. He asserted that democracy can and has delivered. Calling India the mother of democracies, PM Modi highlighted that it was the diversity of India that has made it stand apart from other countries and he gave his example stating that a boy who used to sell tea at railway stations is now delivering the fourth speech at united nations. Listen in for more.Times Now Times Now News channel examines news with in-depth analysis. We provide much more than the latest news and breaking news of the day. Times Network houses the upscale television channels.
Modi in US In his address at the UNGA PM Modi lauded his initiative to provide anti COVID 19 vaccines to other countries and said that development should be all inclusive universal and one that nurtures all Modi in US In his address at the UNGA PM Modi lauded his initiative to provide anti COVID 19 vaccines to other countries and said that development should be all inclusive universal and one that nurtures all
After meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Washington DC, software giant Qualcomms CEO Cristiano Amon on September 23 said that talks focused on 5G and its acceleration in India. It was a great meeting. We’re so proud of a partnership with India. We talked about 5G and its acceleration. We talked about an incredible opportunity to advance the industry not only domestically in India but India as export of technology, said Qualcomm CEO.(ANI)