Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked about Union Budget 2022, Sustainable energy, bureaucratic efficiency. startup culture and much more in his address to BJP's Aatmanirbhar Arthvyavastha program.
A central Indian community marks its devotion to Ram by tattooing his name all over their bodies as a protest against caste oppression. But their youth are abandoning the tradition as it impedes their social acceptance.
A creative peep into the last hours of the Asura king Ravan after he is vanquished in the epic battle of Ramayan
Residents of Bisrakh, a village in Uttar Pradesh, claim to have descended from the Demon King and do not celebrate Dussehra
The descendants of Mahishasura, found in the Gumla, Lohardaga, Palamu and Latehar districts of Jharkhand, do not know about Ram’s victory over Asurs
Millions, who may not agree with Ram’s ideals, engage with his story, which calls upon them to confront their own behaviour
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday, talked about Union Budget 2022 at BJP's Aatmanirbhar Arthvyavastha programme. He addressed the state units of BJP through video conferencing.
The state governments have also been requested to remove non-important compliances which cause unnecessary harassment to businesses and citizens.
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Local authorities have been asked to rethink the bylaws of town planning, the PM said.
The Prime Minister compared it with 2014 numbers when only 90,000 Km long highways were present in India. He said that more highways will be built under the PM Gati Shakti Programme.
Emergency Credit Guarantee Scheme has been sucessful in securing livelihood of 6 crore people in India, the Prime Minister said, citing RBI.
Digital currency would also be able to convert to physical currency. This would be a more secure way of transactions.
New employment opportunities and startup culture will be created with the arrival of 5G tech.
Introduction of Kisan Drones will also increase scope in AgriTech startups.
This will impact over 11 crore farmers, the Prime Minister said.
Due to Covid-19 pandemic, supple chain was disrupted. Therefore, the prices of fertilizers shot up. Previous subsidy on fertilizers was at Rs. 79,000 crores.
The government is installing solar panels at a large scale in the Indian farms.
The natural farming corridor will stretch from Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh to West Bengal. This will also help the government's mission to clean river Ganga.
Once the 70-80% farmers of the country - the small farmers of the country benefit from the government policies, Indian farming will see a revolution, PM Modi said.