The contents of the recent episode of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's radio programme 'Mann ki Baat', in which he addressed the nation jointly with US President Barack Obama, will soon be available in an e-book format.
Taking a generally positive view of US President Barack Obama's India visit, the US media has suggested that his personal chemistry with Prime Minister Narendra Modi had opened a new chapter in India-US relations.
Upset over removal of 'UP Rising' posters at Pravasi Bhartiya Divas in Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh government has planned to organise a diaspora conclave of its own for the first time next month to woo investors and associate NRIs in development of the state.
A pre-recorded special radio programme featuring US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was aired on Tuesday night, during which the two leaders agreed that they had been blessed with an extraordinary opportunity to serve their respective nations, despite their humble beginnin
A pre-recorded special radio programme featuring US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was aired on Tuesday night, during which the two leaders agreed that they had been blessed with an extraordinary opportunity to serve their respective nations, despite their humble beginnings.
Zee News' DNA analysed the sleeping pattern of some leaders from around the world that includes US President Barack Obama, who sleeps 5 hours in a day and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who sleeps only 3-4 hours daily.
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Whether it is his almost impeccable style of greeting audience with 'Namastey' or his attempt to quote Shah Rukh Khan's famous line from a blockbuster, US President Barack Obama on Tuesday left the Indian audience completely mesmerised.
Peeved at the breakthrough in the operationalisation of the Indo-US nuclear deal, Pakistan on Tuesday said the move for "political and economic expediencies" would have a "detrimental" impact on deterrence stability in South Asia.
In the wake of his remark that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was interested in "personal PR", Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday came under a sharp attack from the ruling dispensation as it slammed his "ill- informed and amateurish" views and quoted Swami Vivekananda to suggest that he should "arise, awake and realise the truth".
Continuing with his tradition of communicating directly with the countrymen, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the nation through his monthly radio address titled 'Mann ki Baat'. This was Prime Minister Narendra Modi's fourth radio address to the nation.
The BJP on Tuesday said that it would be "wrong" to interpret that US President Barack Obama talked of religious tolerance and freedom in the context of the government led by it as India has been giving lessons to the world on the issue.