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India will rule 21st century, the era of knowledge: PM

By Kamna Arora | Last Updated: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 - 12:50
Zee Media Bureau

Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached out to youth of Jammu and Kashmir and invoked his predecessor Atal Bihari Vajpayee and the late chief minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed.

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12:50 PM

PM Narendra Modi concludes his address.

12:36 PM

When there is a place for sports in your life, you can stay away from illness. Preventive healthcare is very important: PM

12:35 PM

We are hosting FIFA U-17 World Cup and this has to be an opportunity for us to celebrate sports. The world should see our Yuva Shakti: PM

12:34 PM

This sports complex will help sports and will help sportsman spirit: PM Modi

12:32 PM

Without 'Khel' there cannot be 'Khilna'...the person who plays, shines: PM

12:29 PM

This land is drawing students from all over the nation and this gives strength to India: PM

12:28 PM

His (Vajpeee) slogan of `insaaniyat` (humanity), `jumhooriyat` (democracy) and `Kashmiriyat` (composite Kashmir culture) is and shall continue to be our guiding spirit for development and peace in Jammu and Kashmir, says Modi.
 

12:27 PM

Modi remembers former Bharatiya Janata Party prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, says nobody was perhaps as "emotionally attached to Jammu and Kashmir as Vajpayee".

12:26 PM

I was hearing Mehbooba ji. The enthusiasm with which she spoke of the future of J&K and her energetic leadership...I congratulate her. Mehbooba ji always talks about the development of J&K when we meet. When such a thought is there, development is bound to happen: PM

12:22 PM

PM Narendra Modi addresses a public rally in Katra. "We remember Mufti Sahab. He spent years in public life. He had such a long political career and vision. One thing was always on his mind: To narrow down physical and psychological distances between Jammu and the Valley," says Modi, referring to the gulf between the Muslim-dominated Kashmir Valley and the largely Hindu-populated Jammu region.

First Published: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 - 15:31
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