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Mann Ki Baat Highlights: Break records to buy khadi products, says PM Modi
3 min read.Updated: 25 Sep 2022, 12:00 PM ISTLivemint
The latest episode of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Mann Ki Baat is now on air.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s latest episode of Mann Ki Baat will air on September 25 at 11 am.
In his Mann Ki Baat episode on July 31, Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra and shuttler PV Sindhu for bringing honour to their nations by winning medals at the Singapore Open 2022 and the World Athletics Championships, respectively. The prime minister also commended the Indian para-shuttlers and gold medallist Suraj at the World Cadet Wrestling Championships.
In his previous Mann Ki Baat episode on August 28, Modi said - that during the month of August when people brought him photos and letters to mark Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) was overrun with the Tricolour. He continued by praising the efforts made by Indians all around the nation to commemorate 75 years of Independence.
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25 Sep 2022, 11:56:32 AM IST
PM Modi wishes all the best for National Games
PM Modi concluded the episode by reminding people that the National Games would start on September 29 in Gujarat. It is being organised after many years. The event was cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. He wished all the participants all the best.
25 Sep 2022, 11:52:00 AM IST
PM Modi suggests creating e-book for millets
PM Modi referred to the previous episode of Mann Ki Baat, when he spoke about the year 2023 being the International Year of Millets. He said he came to know that people had become excited about and started using millets in their daily diet. He suggested making an e-book that will record people's experience of dishes prepared with millets.
25 Sep 2022, 11:47:54 AM IST
Break all records of buying handloom products: PM Modi
PM Modi asked the people of India to break all previous records of buying khadi, handloom or handicraft products. Plastic bags are extensively used during festivals, he said. However, the harmful waste of polythene during the festivals of cleanliness is against the spirit of the festivals.
25 Sep 2022, 11:44:32 AM IST
PM Modi connected Indian festivals with inner messages
There is an atmosphere of festivities across the country. PM Modi reminded that tomorrow would be the first day of Navratri, when the first avatar of Goddess Durga - Maa ShailPutri - is worshipped. Every Indian festival symbolises attainment through discipline and abstinence followed by the festival of victory.
25 Sep 2022, 11:39:54 AM IST
Coastal cleaning initiative
PM Modi spoke about an initiative called "Swachh Sagar Surakshit Sagar" for coastal cleaning. The campaign, which started on July 5, ended on September 17. A part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, the campaign ran for 75 days.
25 Sep 2022, 11:33:46 AM IST
India Hypertension Control Initiative
In addition to Yoga, the United Nations has recognised one more effort of India, which is "India Hypertension Control Initiative" that started in 2017. PM Modi said that the way the international institutions had accepted the programme was unprecedented.
25 Sep 2022, 11:31:09 AM IST
PM Modi cheers for Divyangjan
While cheering for Divyangjan (differently-abled people), PM Modi received a copy of Hemkosh written in Braille. The oldest dictionary in Assamese language is named after Hemchandra Barua. He appreciated the effort to write it in Braille to help the blind.
25 Sep 2022, 11:24:05 AM IST
Chandigarh airport to be named after Shaheed Bhagat Singh
On the occasion of Shaheed Bhagat Singh's birth anniversary on September 28, PM Modi informed that it had been decided that Chandigarh airport would be named after the great martyr. Modi called it a decision that had been anticipated for a long time.
25 Sep 2022, 11:20:33 AM IST
PM pays tribute to Deendayal Upadhyaya
On September 25, India celebrates the birth anniversary of Deendayal Upadhyaya. PM Narendra Modi paid his tribute to the illustrious son of India, who witnessed many events of global turmoil and conflict of ideologies in his lifetime. Modi hailed Upadhyaya's "Integral Humanism".
25 Sep 2022, 11:15:52 AM IST
What should the cheetahs be called?
A contest will be organised on MYGOV platform, in which PM Modi will ask people to share their views on what the Cheetah initiative should be called. He asked if each cheetah should be named individually. It would be better if this naming is in tune with Indian traditions, Modi said.
25 Sep 2022, 11:12:56 AM IST
When can people see the Cheetahs?
A task force has been established to monitor the Cheetahs, which came to India on Modi's birthday. According to PM Modi, the team will observe closely how those cheetahs adapt to the new environment. Based on those observations, a decision will be made to determine when to allow people to observe the cheetahs.
Eight cheetahs were flown from Windhoek, Namibia to Gwalior before being transported by helicopter to Kuno Palpur's grasslands.
25 Sep 2022, 10:33:54 AM IST
Watch Mann Ki Baat Episode on August 28
25 Sep 2022, 10:32:27 AM IST
Previous Mann Ki Baat episode
In his previous Mann Ki Baat presentation, the festivals Samvatsari Parva, Onam, Ganesh Chaturthi, and Nuakhai were all brought up by PM Modi. He wished everyone on the occasion of a number of these celebrations, which are typically related to agriculture. He also mentioned Major Dhyanchand Jayanti, whose birthday is celebrated on August 29 as National Sports Day. He took advantage of the opportunity to thank Indian athletes for their outstanding performances in support of their country in several international events.
25 Sep 2022, 10:32:27 AM IST
Mann Ki Baat: How to listen
On September 25 at 11 AM, Doordarshan, AIR News, the AIR News website, and the NewsOnAir mobile app will all broadcast the most recent episode of Mann ki Baat. Also, it is accessible via the AIR News, DD News, PMO, and Information and Broadcasting Ministry channels on YouTube for live viewing.
25 Sep 2022, 10:32:27 AM IST
PM Modi to speak at 11
PM Narendra Modi will speak to the people at 11 AM in the 93rd episode of Mann Ki Baat, his monthly radio address that airs on the last Sunday of each month.
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