In the historic 100th episode of ‘’Mann Ki Baat’’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the monthly radio programme has become a unique festival of goodness and positivity of the countrymen and a medium for him to connect with the masses.
The Prime Minister cited various examples from parts of the country in which people worked to contribute to society at large and said that his mentioning of the achievements of women in the episodes of Mann Ki Baat has gained a lot of praise by the people.
A study was conducted regarding the impact of Mann Ki Baat on the lives of the people.
The series that airs on April 14-15 will focus on the rich cultural, and historical heritage under the present Modi regime
Union Minister for information and broadcasting Anurag Thakur said, " Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be our special guest at the screening of Swaraj this evening in Parliament. Cabinet ministers and senior officials will also be present."
Ekta R Kapoor's Balaji Telefilms pays tribute to our brave warriors through a show called 'Yeh Dil Mange More'.
On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Sri Aurobindo and the 75th anniversary of India's Independence, Doordarshan will premiere his films 'The Transformation' and 'Naya Janma'.
The Asansol HPT was inaugurated by Indira Gandhi herself, a month before the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. Later the LPT centres at Behrampore and Kurseong were set up. As a result, the viewers will now have to opt for local cable tv networks or DTH connections.
The coverage spans from pre to post-Olympics and will be available on TV, Radio and Digital platforms across the country.