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Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi Envisions the India-Middle East-Europe Corridor as the Foundation of Global Trade for Years to Come

During the 105th episode of his radio program 'Mann ki Baat,' Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed gratitude to the nation's youth for their significant contributions to the success of India's G20 presidency. He highlighted the importance of the India-Middle East-Europe corridor, a significant agreement forged during the G20 presidency, and predicted that it would serve as the cornerstone of global trade for centuries to come.

By Team Pardaphash 
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Mann Ki Baat: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation in the 108th episode of his monthly radio program, ‘Mann Ki Baat.’ During his address, PM Modi shared the nation’s successes and the inspiring journeys of its citizens.

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PM Modi received numerous letters from citizens, primarily focusing on two topics: the successful Chandrayaan-3 landing and the G-20 Summit. He highlighted that over 80 lakh people watched the Chandrayaan-3 landing on ISRO’s YouTube channel and encouraged participation in the ‘Chandrayaan-3 Mahaquiz.’

Discussing the India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor, PM Modi emphasized its significance in shaping global trade for generations to come and noted its initiation on Indian soil.

He also encouraged college students to participate in the G20 University Connect Programme, involving prestigious institutions such as IITs, IIMs, NITs, and medical colleges. The event will take place on September 26, with PM Modi’s participation.

PM Modi mentioned World Tourism Day on September 27 and highlighted the increasing fascination with India among global delegates during the G-20 Summit. He celebrated the inclusion of Shantiniketan and Hoysala temples of Karnataka in the UNESCO World Heritage List, bringing the total count of World Heritage Properties in India to 42.

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PM Modi emphasized the significance of books, praising the efforts of Uttarakhand’s ‘Ghoda library,’ which reaches even the most remote areas, providing free services to 12 villages in Nainital. He urged parents to encourage their children to read books, emphasizing their role as good companions in the digital age.

Furthermore, PM Modi called upon citizens to purchase and gift ‘Made in India’ products during the festive season, promoting the “Vocal for Local” mantra.

Overall, PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat episode covered various aspects, from space achievements and economic corridors to cultural heritage, education, and supporting local products.

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