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Hritik jais(admin) on 04/25/2016 at 8:12am (UTC)
 The Prime Minister gave his address a feel-good ring when he hailed the one crore families that had voluntarily given up LPG connections so that the poor can get cooking gas.

Faith in people was important, he asserted. At the same time, he wondered whether a train journey could take place without a ticket-checker, on the basis of faith in the people.

Mr. Modi asked people to visit a website ‘Transforming India.’ They would get news about positive achievements there. He recalled that a caller had complained to him that there were “only negative news” in newspapers and news channels. Former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam had said that “positive news” alone should be on Page 1. There was a move towards “positive news,” which was the “greatest reason for inspiration to do good work.”

Villages must conserve water: PM
ADMIN on 04/25/2016 at 8:10am (UTC)
 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday gave a call for water conservation in villages at a time when parts of the country are reeling under an unprecedented drought. Reports that monsoon would be 106-110 per cent of the normal this year is heartening, he said.

“To fight the drought and ensure water security, the governments will do its work. But I have also seen people making their own efforts. In several villages, there is awareness about the value of water and in such places there is sensitivity and a will to do something to conserve it,” Mr. Modi said in his address, Mann Ki Baat. “Rain water should be preserved. The water of a village should remain in the village. If we take a resolve to do that, it is possible through a mass campaign.”




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