Mann Ki Baat LIVE Updates: PM Narendra Modi lauds sportspersons, says they have made nation proud

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Updated: October 29, 2017 11:39:50 AM

Mann Ki Baat LIVE Updates: Narendra Modi will be addressing the nation in the 37th edition of 'Mann ki Baat' programme.

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Mann Ki Baat LIVE Updates: PM Narendra Modi will be addressing the nation in the 37th edition of ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme on Sunday at 11 am. Prior to the show, PM Modi had tweeted and had asked people to share their inputs with him on the NM Mobile App or by calling on 1800-11-7800. The last edition marked the third anniversary of the Narendra Modi brainchild monthly radio show. Last time Narendra Modi had spoken how the ” Mann Ki Baat” had helped connect with people across the country. PM Modi also expressed his gratitude for the success of Swacchata hi Sewa’ movement. He also wished the nation on the occasion of Navratras during his last address to the nation. On Saturday Narendra Modi tweeted and urged people to join his radio programme by saying, ” Do join Mann Ki Baat tomorrow at 11 AM.” In his latest address, PM is expected to speak on the Indian economy. Modi had also referred to the U-17 football World Cup event which India hosted for the very first time. Listeners can tune into AIR or can watch the live streaming of the entire programme in Youtube or TV channels.

Here are all the Live Updates:-

11:39 am: Narendra Modi while addressing the nation also said, ”Sardar Patel’s contribution in uniting our Nation is invaluable.”

11:36 am: Guru Nanak Dev ji is a ‘Jagat Guru’, says PM Modi

11:34 am: On Sardar Patel’s birth anniversary on October 31, let us all ‘Run for Unity’, says PM Modi

11:27 am: To fight these lifestyle diseses, PM Modi says Yoga will help children from these disorders.

11: 26 am: PM Modi talks aboput life style disesses, says Diabetes is now also affecting the young.

11:21 am: Here’s what PM Modi said about Khadi and Handloom and how it will benefit the poor

11:20 am: Sister Nivedita worked to unite people by awakening national consciousness, says PM Modi

11: 17 am: Our belief of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ & our contribution to world peace, says PM Modi

11: 16 am: Our Jawans are playing a vital role in UN peace-keeping missions across the world.

11:13 am: PM Narendra Modi speaks about Hansa Mehta’s efforts towards the UN Declaration of Human Rights

11:11 am: Contribution of Indian forces to the UN peacekeeping operations have been immense: PM Modi

11:08 am: PM Narendra Modi says Khadi & Handloom are empowering the poor.

11:06 am: Chhath Puja is about worshiping the nature…Sun and Water are at the centre of Mahaparva Chhhath.

11:05 am: Chhath is one of the most deeply devotional festivals of the country, says PM Modi

11:03 am: Surya Vandana or #Chhath is the festival of #environment protection, discipline and freedom from disease: PM Modi

11:01 am: PM Narendra Modi starts addressing nation with his radio program Mann ki Baat. Starts off speaking about Chhath Puja.

10: 53 am: We are just 10 minutes away from the 37th edition of PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat. Stay tuned.

10:51 am: The programme will be broadcasted on All India Radio (AIR), Doordarshan and also on the Narendra Modi mobile application. Akashwani will broadcast the programme in regional languages immediately after the Hindi broadcast.

10:49 am: Narendra Modi to address the nation shortly; here’s what he tweeted:

10:40 am: PM Narendra Modi last time had said, ”In the next Mann Ki Baat, I will surely mention Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel but on 31st October, Run for Unity – Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharat – will be organized throughout the country.”

10:36 am: Within half an hour PM will be addressing the nation in the 37th edition of the Mann Ki Baat radio programme.

10:33 am: Earlier, Prime Minister remembered the contribution of great leaders including that of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel. He said many great leaders gave us direction towards 20th & 21st century, led us, faced many hardships.

10:30 AM: Apart from Hindi, the radio address will also be broadcast in regional versions. It will be available in 18 languages and 33 dialects on the same day after the completion of the original broadcast in their respective regions. It is also broadcast in English and Sanskrit.

10:28 am: Narendra Modi had also urged people to support the movement for the growth of the Khadi sector.

10:24 am: Narendra Modi tweeting about his next nation address PM said, ” Do join #MannKiBaat tomorrow at 11 AM.”

10:20 am: In his last radio address, Narendra Modi had spoken how the ” Mann Ki Baat” had helped connect with people across the country. PM Modi also expressed his gratitude for the success of Swacchata hi Sewa’ movement. He also wished the nation on the occasion of Navratras

10:11 am: PM Narendra Modi to address the nation shortly.

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