Gujarati Magazine New India Samachar Date 16/10/20 To 31/10/20|New India Samachar 16 To 31 October 2020 In Gujarati |New India Samachar Volume- 8 In Gujarati By Ministry Of Information And Broadcasting Government Of India
New India Samachar 16 To 31 October 2020 In Gujarati By Ministry Of Information And Broadcasting Government Of India
New India Samachar Date 16/10/20 To 31/10/20
What are the issues covered in New India News Issue – 8 (dated 16/10/2020 to 31/10/2020)
You must be waiting for the new issue of New India News. On October 31, the entire country will pay homage to Sardar Patel on his 144th birth anniversary, which is also celebrated as National Unity Day. While Sardar Patel has united the country politically, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has worked to unite India in the true sense of the word and he is taking the lead in achieving the goal of a better India. In the last six years, the country has made tremendous progress on a number of parameters, which can be clearly seen in India’s strong presence in the international arena. Villages, rural poor and farmers have always been given top priority by the Prime Minister, while ensuring that the urban poor also get the basic amenities provided by the government. For a long time, the desire for air travel for ordinary citizens of India remained unfulfilled. Under the government’s UDAN initiative, ordinary civilians wearing slippers have been able to travel by air. This issue discusses in detail the various initiatives of the government. Addressing on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed the need for urgent reforms in the UN and questioned how long India would be excluded from the UN decision-making framework. This issue also covers his message to the UN. This periodical is not the mouthpiece of the government but is a suitable platform to provide accurate information. This periodical will be made available to Gram Panchayats, District Panchayats, Panchayat Committees, Libraries, MLAs, MPs, officials and journalists. The magazine’s e-book is now available to about 50 million people. We look forward to hearing from you. Please send your feedback here: Address: Neuro of Outreach and Communication, 2nd Floor, Info Bhavan, New Delhi-110003
On the one hand, while the country is celebrating its 74th Independence Day from the shackles of imperialist British rule, New India News is a special magazine providing up-to-date news. This magazine caters to the needs of custom readers in multiple languages in a variety of categories.
The inaugural issue of this magazine is inspired by the slogan “Do or Die” given by Mahatma Gandhi during the Quit India Movement started 78 years ago. In addition, New India News pays heartfelt tribute to the President who edited “Harijan” and made intellectual contributions to “Young India”.
At the last minute meeting to decide the name of the magazine before its publication, the editors were overwhelmed and finally the name “New India Samachar” was unanimously agreed upon as it was to realize the dreams, aspirations and objectives of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the country. Therefore, he will try to present the outline of the trip to the country.
Through “New India News”, we try to provide comprehensive information and analysis of important government-supervised programs, schemes and achievements that enrich people’s lives every fortnight.
New India News is not the mouthpiece of the government, but it informs the readers by providing information on the decisions of the Cabinet and the ins and outs of current affairs.
This magazine will be made available free of cost to Gram Panchayats, Taluka Development Offices, Zilla Parishads, Public Libraries and its members. After the launch of our online edition, elected representatives of the state legislatures and parliaments, except for the judiciary and journalist friends, will be able to receive the magazine every week. Individuals wishing to join Intellectual, Think Tank and Central Services can use the content specially prepared in New India News. This magazine will be very useful to the academic community apart from the officials who want to connect with the key issues facing the nation.
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New India Samachar
16To 31 October 2020
By Ministry Of Information
Government Of India
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