On India's impatient, ambitious youth, here's PM Modi's 50th Mann Ki Baat - Highlights

Nov 25, 2018, 14:07 PM IST
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monthly radio broadcast 'Mann ki Baat', completed 50 episodes on Sunday. In the previous editions, PM Modi had covered issues of social, national as well as international implication: education of the girl child, tackling exam stress, climate change and drug menace. Here's a look at what the PM said today:

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PM Modi: Guru Nanak Dev Ji

PM Modi: Guru Nanak Dev Ji

Guru Nanak Dev Ji always thought for the welfare of the entire humanity. He always showed the path of truth, duty, service, compassion, and harmony towards society. Next year, when India celebrates the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, let the fervor of the celebrations spread not only across the country but all over the world. Image Source: PTI

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PM Modi: The Constitution Day

PM Modi: The Constitution Day

Tomorrow is the Constitution Day. This day is a tribute to all those great leaders who worked tirelessly to give India a Constitution. Our Constitution was adopted on November 26, 1949. In order to fulfill this historic task of drafting the Constitution, the Constitutional Assembly took 2 years, 11 months and 17 days. Imagine within 3 years these great people have given us such a comprehensive and detailed Constitution. The exceptional speed at which they created the Constitution is still an example of time management and productivity. Image Source: PTI

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PM Modi: Rights and Duties

PM Modi: Rights and Duties

The special thing about our Constitution is the detailed explanation of our Rights and Duties. The combination of these two will take the country ahead. If we respect the rights of others, then our rights will be protected automatically and similarly, if we follow our duties given in the Constitution, our rights will be protected automatically.  Image Source: PTI

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PM Modi: Peace, Progression, and Prosperity

PM Modi: Peace, Progression, and Prosperity

Let us all move ahead with the values of our constitution and ensure Peace, Progression, and Prosperity in our country. Image Source: PTI

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PM Modi: Democracy, an intangible part of Baba Saheb's life

PM Modi: Democracy, an intangible part of Baba Saheb's life

Democracy was an intangible part of Baba Saheb's life. He took pride in the fact that the values of Indian democracy are not the by-product of foreign influences. He embraced the concepts of democracy and parliamentary system. He once gave a very touching speech in the Constitution Assembly where he appealed that the freedom of India has come at a heavy price, and it is our duty to protect this freedom till the last drop of our blood. He went on to say that although we might belong to a different background, as Indians, we must keep national interest above everything else. India First was the core principle of Dr. Ambedkar. Image Source: PTI

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PM Modi: Constitutional Assembly

PM Modi: Constitutional Assembly

While speaking of Constitutional Assembly, one cannot forget the contribution of the 'Mahapurush' who stands at the center of it. It is none other than Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar, who departed from this world on 6th December. On this upcoming date, I would like to express the highest gratitude on behalf of all Indians to Dr, Baba Saheb who fought for our right to live respectfully.  Image Source: PTI

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PM Modi: Youth wants to do many things at same time

PM Modi: Youth wants to do many things at same time

Sometimes we think that the youth are very ambitious and they dream big. That is good, one must see big dreams and then only we can achieve big breakthroughs - and, this is what we call a New India. Some people say that the younger generation wants to do many things at the same time. I say - what's wrong in this? They are so versatile in multitasking. Image Source: PTI

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PM Modi: Youth do not have time to waste

PM Modi: Youth do not have time to waste

Few people complain that youth asks many questions. I consider it a good sign because it means that they want to scrutinize all the things. Some people say that there is no patience among the youth, but believe that youth do not have time to waste. This is the thing that helps young people to become more innovative because they want to do things at a faster pace. Image Source: PTI

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PM Modi: Youth brings big changes in society

PM Modi: Youth brings big changes in society

If we look around, then whether it is social entrepreneurship, start-ups, sports, or other fields - the young people are bringing big changes in society. It is the same youth who showed the courage to ask questions and see big dreams. If we give our youth an opportunity, give them an open atmosphere to express themselves then they can bring a positive change in the country. Image Source: PTI

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PM Modi: 'Mann Ki Baat

PM Modi: 'Mann Ki Baat

'Accept' rather than 'expect', 'discuss' rather than 'dismiss', then only communication will be effective. My endeavor is to constantly communicate with the youth through different programmes or social media. I always try to learn from what they are thinking. They are always full of ideas, highly energetic, innovative and focussed. Through 'Mann Ki Baat' I try to share the efforts of our youth. Image Source: PTI

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