The culture of start-ups now dynamic in India: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that the start-up culture had become very vibrant in India, with young people from even smaller towns embracing it, and said it was a sign of India’s bright future. In his monthly radio show “Mann ki Baat”, Modi also added that the reforms of the space sector in the country have captured the imaginations of people and expressed his confidence that a large number of satellites in the coming days will be the ones. that young people from universities, laboratories and other sectors would have worked on. The Prime Minister touched on a multitude of topics, including India’s rich spiritual tradition and the boost sports culture received after his performance at the Tokyo Olympics, in the speech and also paid a rousing tribute. to hockey legend Dhyan Chand, claiming he conquered the hockey world for the country. National Sports Day is celebrated every year on August 29 to mark Dhyan Chand’s birthday.
Noting that India has won an Olympic medal in men’s hockey after more than four decades, he said young people are now drawn to the sport and their parents are happy to support them. This in itself is a great tribute to Dhyan Chand, Modi said. Stating that the mindset of the young population has radically changed, he said that they are now keen on new destinations and new goals by taking new paths and having new aspirations. The momentum received by sports culture needs to be further strengthened, he said, calling for the organization of sports competitions at village level. “All of our compatriots are trying to keep this momentum going as much as we can, contributing whatever we can. Let’s turn the mantra of “Sabka Prayas” (everyone’s effort) into reality, ”he said. Noting that the world has paid attention to Indian spiritual traditions and philosophy, the Prime Minister said that people then also have a responsibility to carry on these great traditions. “What was temporary and perished must be left behind, but what is timeless must be postponed. Let’s celebrate our holidays, understand their scientific significance and the connotation behind them. There is an underlying message in every festival, ” he said, wishing people a happy Janmashtami, which falls on Monday. Noting that the Vishwakarma Puja will be observed in the coming days, he said the festival is essentially an ancient Indian practice of honoring different skills. says the ancient language through its thoughts and the support of literary texts nourishes knowledge and also strengthens national unity. Modi also urged people to continue to maintain COVID-19 precautions. “More than 62 crores of vaccine doses have been administered in the country, but we still have to be careful, be vigilant,” he said.
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