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PM in Mann ki Baat 2: You brought me back

PM in Mann ki Baat 2: You brought me back

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had said a few months ago that he would return with his monthly radio address after the elections, Sunday credited the people for his return to run the government. On February 24, days before the Lok Sabha elections were announced, he had suspended his monthly 'Mann ki Baat'…
Mann ki Baat: 10 things PM Modi said in first radio address after landslide win

Mann ki Baat: 10 things PM Modi said in first radio address after landslide...

This was Narendra Modi’s first Mann Ki Baat address after coming to power.Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday resumed his monthly radio programme, ‘Mann Ki Baat’, after leading the BJP to a landslide victory in the Lok Sabha elections. “This Sunday has made me wait so much. This programme personifies the New India Spirit,” Modi said…
With Little to Celebrate, Mets Honor a Title-Winning Team – The New York Times

With Little to Celebrate, Mets Honor a Title-Winning Team – The New York Times

On BaseballPictureEd Kranepool talking at Citi Field, where he and diversified people of the 1969 Mets were honored sooner than Saturday’s game.CreditCreditAl Bello/Getty PhotosThey...
At World Cup, U.S. Team’s Pride Is Felt by Others, Too

At World Cup, U.S. Team’s Pride Is Felt by Others, Too

The USA ladies folks’s crew has been a source of inspiration to L.G.B.T. soccer players in France, who deliver they develop no longer revel...
Danny Boyle explains how they pulled off that gasp-inducing Beatles moment in Yesterday – Entertainment Weekly News

Danny Boyle explains how they pulled off that gasp-inducing Beatles moment in Yesterday –...

Warning: This article contains major spoilers for Yesterday. Proceed at your own risk. Yesterday imagines a world in which everyone except protagonist Jack Malik (Hamish Patel) forgets that the Beatles ever existed. No lyrics, no melodies, nothing remains of what many have deemed the world’s greatest band — which works in Jack’s favor, as he…
Modi’s visit to Japan concludes with 6 bilaterals on last day

Modi’s visit to Japan concludes with 6 bilaterals on last day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday held separate bilateral meetings with leaders of Indonesia, Brazil, Turkey, Australia, Singapore and Chile, and discussed a host of key issues, including trade, counter-terrorism, defence, maritime security and sports.Mr. Modi, who was in Osaka, Japan, for the two-day G20 summit, held his first official engagement on the last day…
Megan Rapinoe Is a Leader for Her Team, and Her Time – The New York Times

Megan Rapinoe Is a Leader for Her Team, and Her Time – The New...

On SoccerThe United States midfielder sees her outspoken nature as an responsibility, and the World Cup because the becoming stage from which to communicate...
PM invites G20 countries to join global coalition on disaster resilience

PM invites G20 countries to join global coalition on disaster resilience

Modi held bilateral and plurilateral meetings with many leaders, including US President Donald Trump, Russian president Vladimir Putin and China's Xi Jinping.PTI|Jun 29, 2019, 12.44 PM ISTAgenciesModi, who is in Osaka, Japan for the two-day G20 Summit, laid special emphasis on building a disaster resilient future.Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday invited the G20 countries…

Realme 3 Legitimate will get silly-motion video recording strengthen – ETTelecom.com

New Delhi: Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme has brought support for 240fps slow-motion video recording with a new software update to Realme 3 Pro.In addition, the company is adding swipe gestures from both sides as part of this revamped navigation mode,…

Opinion | What Happened to America’s Political Center of Gravity? – The New York...

The Republican Party leans much farther right than most traditional conservative parties in Western Europe and Canada, according to an analysis of their election...

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