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PM Narendra Modi asks Virat Kohli about Yo-Yo test, praises J&K woman footballer Afshan Ashiq

NEW DELHI: Skipper Virat Kohli explained how the Yo-Yo test helped the Indian cricketers achieve high-level fitness when Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked him about the mandatory running aerobic fitness routine. Prime Minister Modi was interacting with fitness experts and influencers from across the country to mark the one-year anniversary of the ‘Fit India Movement.’…

PM Narendra Modi backs Nitish Kumar as NDA’s face in Bihar polls

NEW DELHI: Prime minister Narendra Modi practically kicked off the NDA’s campaign in Bihar, endorsing Nitish Kumar as the ruling coalition’s face in the forthcoming polls by acknowledging the chief minster’s “big role” in creating a “New India, New Bihar”. “There was a time when road connectivity, internet connectivity were not discussed. Being a landlocked…

Pics: When Narendra Modi enjoyed paragliding in Manali

MANALI: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to visit Manali to inaugurate the Atal tunnel in Rohtang this month, Roshan Thakur of Manali’s Burua village, who had taught Modi paragliding some two decades ago, has bought a brand new paraglider hoping the Prime Minister will be able to take time out of his schedule…

PM Narendra Modi hails corona warriors: Key points of I-Day speech

TIMESOFINDIA.COM / Updated: Aug 15, 2020, 08:02 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEMailAAText SizeSmallMediumLargeNEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday addressed the nation on the occasion of India’s 74th Independence Day from the rampart of Red Fort in the national capital. Here is a look at key points from his speech — This is a day to remember the…

PM Narendra Modi’s Mann Ki Baat address: Key points

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the nation through his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat. This is the 67th edition of the programme. Here is a look at key points from his speech —During the Kargil War, India demonstrated her might to the whole world. People are saluting their brave-hearts and…

PM Narendra Modi appreciates efforts of Centre, Delhi government in containing Covid situation in national capital

PM Narendra Modi (File photo)NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday appreciated the efforts of the Centre, state and local authorities in containing the Covid-19 situation in Delhi and directed that similar approach be adopted with other state governments in checking the pandemic in the entire NCR area. He made these remarks at a…

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