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Midday News

1400 HRS
15.08.2022

THE HEADLINES:


  • The Nation celebrates 76th Independence Day; Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoists the National Flag and addresses the nation from the ramparts of Red Fort.

  • As the Make in India Guns salute the Tricolour; Prime Minister says with pride that after 75 years, people heard the proud sound.

  • Prime Minister urges everyone to focus on five resolves or Panchpran to fulfill the dreams of Freedom fighters when India completes 100 years of Independence.

  • Mr Modi says, Azadi ka Amrit Kaal provided a golden opportunity to fulfill the dreams and goals of the country's aspirations.

  • The Prime Minister says, nation should come together to defeat the evils of corruption and nepotism, the two biggest challenges before the country.

  • On gender equality, Mr Modi lauds Nari Shakti and urges everyone to ensure the empowerment of women.

  • Prime Minister says Jai Anusandhan is to be read with the slogan Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan and Jai Vigyan.

  • India has the solution to the crisis of global warming in the form of heritage passed on by our ancestors, says Prime Minister Modi.

  • President Droupadi Murmu pays tribute to the Martyrs at the National War Memorial in New Delhi.

  • States Celebrate the Independence Day with enthusiasm and gaiety.

  • All India Radio begins special series "Azad Bharat Ki Baat - Akashvani ke Saath" from today showcasing the country's journey since Independence.

  • And, Government appoints 37 new High Court Judges.


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As our Nation celebrates the seventy five years of Independence, a series of events have been organised by the Government as a part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. To commemorate the occasion as a Jan-Utsav, All India Radio News brought its listeners a special quiz on India’s freedom movement and its glorious history. Coming to our one hundred Fifth question which is the last one of the Amrit Mahotsav Quiz in English: 


Quest: Well known as the first Indian scientist of the modern era and as  father of plant neurobiology, he did not take salary from the British, opposing the   injustice and racial discrimination. Name the Scientist.


Listeners can send their responses to the Question over Whatsapp on 88265 46262 (Repeat 8 8 2 6 5 4 6 2 6 2) or through email on amrit mahotsav quiz @prasar bharati.gov.in


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The Nation is celebrating its 76th Independence Day today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the nation in celebrating the Day from the ramparts of the Red Fort by hoisting the National Flag. The Tricolour received a ‘Rashtriya Salute’. The hoisting of the National Flag was synchronised with the 21 Gun Salute fired by the valiant gunners of the elite 8711 Field Battery (Ceremonial).


The Prime Minister exuded pride that after 75 years, people heard the proud sound of a Made-in-India weapon in the Independence Day gun salute.


In his ceremonial address, the Prime Minister said that this Day is being celebrated not just in India, but in every corner of the world the Tiranga is flying with pride and honour.


The Prime Minister expressed gratitude to great leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Dr BR Ambedkar and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar.


The Prime Minister said as the nation pays respects to freedom fighters, there is a need to remember their vision and dream for India during the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahostav. He said the nation is grateful to Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Ramprasad Bismil, Rani Laxmi Bai, and all other freedom fighters who shook the foundations of the British Empire. He also saluted the architects of free India including Jawaharlal Nehru, Ram Manohar Lohia and Sardar Vallabhai Patel. He highlighted that India has been home to great thinkers like Swami Vivekanand, Sri Aurobindo and Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore. He added that Adivasi freedom fighters such as Birsa Munda, Tirot Singh and Alluri Sitarama Raju played a pivotal role in keeping the freedom struggle alive in every corner of India.


The Prime Minister said, Indian soil has the power that despite many challenges, it did not stop, did not bow down and kept on moving forward.


The Prime Minister emphasised that for growth of New India, there is a need to ensure inclusive development across the nation. He said this was a vision held dear by Mahatma Gandhi. Mr Modi said that based on the philosophy of Gandhiji, the government is working towards empowering every Indian at every corner of the nation, be it Dalit, women, farmers, or Divyang.


The Prime Minister said, Jai Anusandhan is to be read with the slogan Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan and Jai Vigyan.


The Prime Minister said, Har Ghar Tiranga has been an example of the entire nation coming together to celebrate the spirit of this glorious country.


Mr Modi said COVID has been an example of this common consciousness, where citizens came together.


The Prime Minister said, the world looks at India as a destination where aspirations are met. He said Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikaas, Sabka Vishwaas and Sabka Prayaas became the cornerstone of ensuring implementation of pro-nation policies and taking development to the last mile.


The Prime Minister said that as India celebrates the 75 years of Independence, there is a need to now move with a renewed focus and resolve for the next 25 years. He said, there is a need to focus on Five Resolves. These are Developed India, Removing every ounce of Slave Mentality, Pride for glorious heritage, Unity and Fulfilling Citizen's Duties.


The Prime Minister said that when India flies high, she can provide solutions to the entire world. He said Nature has been a pivotal part of India's heritage and country has traditions and practices that will help in combating climate change.


Mr Modi said equality is the cornerstone of India's progress and people should be united through the mantra of India First. He requested every Indian to change the mentality towards women in everyday life. He added that pride of Nari Shakti will play a vital role in fulfilling the dreams of India.


Mr Modi said that Aatmanirbhar Bharat is a public movement that should be taken forward. He urged people to follow Sri Aurobindo's mantra of  'Swadeshi se Swaraj, Swaraj se Suraaj'. He said AatmanirbharBharat is a public movement that must be taken forward.


Prime Minister said nation should come together to defeat the evils of corruption and nepotism. He said there is a need to fight against corruption with all the strength. He highlighted that in the last eight years, the use of Aadhar, Direct Benefit Transfer and mobile were used to find two lakh crore of black money.


Earlier, Mr Modi paid tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat.


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President Droupadi Murmu today visited the National War Memorial in the national capital and paid tributes to the Martyrs on the occasion of the 76th Independence Day. Ms Murmu laid a wreath at the Memorial and paid homage to the Martyrs.


Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Minister of State for Defence Ajay Bhatt, Army chief, General Manoj Pande, Indian Navy chief, Admiral R Hari Kumar and Indian Air Force Chief, Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari and Defence Secretary Ajay Kumar were present on the occasion.


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Director General, All India Radio and Principal Director General, AIR News, N Venudhar Reddy today hoisted the National Flag at the premises of AIR, New Delhi on the occasion of the 76th Independence Day. Senior officers and staff of AIR were present on the occasion. Mr Reddy extended his greetings and best wishes to all employees.


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Over the past 75 years since Independence, India's largest public service broadcaster All India Radio has been the proverbial story teller for the 1.3 billion citizens across the country.


All India Radio is celebrating 75 years of freedom with a unique initiative titled Azad Bharat Ki Baat- Akashvani Ke Saath. Starting from today, the series will showcase the journey of India since Independence in various walks of life.


BIRTH OF A NATION on the 15th of August, 1947. Freedom was won with great sacrifices and fight against centuries of subjugation. The people of India became masters of their own destiny.


Azad Bharat Ki Baat- Akashvani ke Saath-can be accessed on  @airnewsalerts on Twitter, newsonairofficial YouTube channel, NewsonAir App, Facebook and Instagram handles.


Azad Bharat Ki Baat- Akashvani ke Saath.


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Independence Day is being celebrated with enthusiasm in all the states. In Assam, Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma hoisted the tri-colour at Khanapara in Guwahati.


Addressing the people, the Chief Minister said the sovereignty of our country is non-negotiable and appealed to militant groups to shun the path of violence and urged them to come to the discussion table for the development of the state. Mr. Sarma announced that the government has decided to drop one lakh minor cases upto midnight of 14th August, 2022.


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Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma hoisted the tri-colour at Polo Ground, Shillong. 22 contingents from different paramilitary, State police forces and students participated in the Independence Day parade followed by an array of cultural programmes.


The day was also celebrated with gaiety in different district headquarters across the State.


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Fluttering tricolour on tall poles, patriotic songs, skits on freedom struggle by children and elegant march past by police and para military personnel marked the 76th Independence day function in Bengaluru today. On the auspicious occasion, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai announced new schemes on sanitation, nutrition and schemes for the well being of farmers and labourers.


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And now, let's listen to our special programme, 'Azadi ka Safar' highlighting the importance of the day during the freedom struggle.


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The government has appointed 37 new  High Court Judges. This is in continuation of the appointment of 26 High Court Judges in various High Courts last Friday. With the notification of the appointments of another 11 High Court Judges in the Punjab & Haryana High Court by the government, so far 138 appointments in various High Courts of the country has been made this year.


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THE HEADLINES ONCE AGAIN


  • The Nation celebrates 76th Independence Day; Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoists the National Flag and addresses the nation from the ramparts of Red Fort.

  • As the Make in India Guns salute the Tricolour; Prime Minister says with pride that after 75 years, people heard the proud sound.

  • Prime Minister urges everyone to focus on five resolves or Panchpran to fulfill the dreams of Freedom fighters when India completes 100 years of Independence.

  • Mr Modi says, Azadi ka Amrit Kaal provided a golden opportunity to fulfill the dreams and goals of the country's aspirations.

  • The Prime Minister says, nation should come together to defeat the evils of corruption and nepotism, the two biggest challenges before the country.

  • On gender equality, Mr Modi lauds Nari Shakti and urges everyone to ensure the empowerment of women.

  • Prime Minister says Jai Anusandhan is to be read with the slogan Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan and Jai Vigyan.

  • India has the solution to the crisis of global warming in the form of heritage passed on by our ancestors, says Prime Minister Modi.

  • President Droupadi Murmu pays tribute to the Martyrs at the National War Memorial in New Delhi.

  • States Celebrate the Independence Day with enthusiasm and gaiety.

  • All India Radio begins special series "Azad Bharat Ki Baat - Akashvani ke Saath" from today showcasing the country's journey since Independence.

  • And, Government appoints 37 new High Court Judges.


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