Dear Parents, don’t force your dreams on your child: Narendra Modi during ‘Pariksha pe Charcha’
PM Narendra Modi during an interactive session Pariksha pe Charcha with almost 3000 students today urged parents to not to force their dreams on their child. Modi, during his address, said, Every child is different. Try to find out what they are good at. Don’t force your dreams on them. Instead, try to be friends with your children. Modi, who interacted with students at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi, addressed students exam-related queries ahead of their board examinations.
Speaking further, he said that Indian students are born politicians and they know how to get their work done. He advised the students to not to get into competition with others. He even asked the parents to not to mount unnecessary pressure on their children by comparing them with other children.
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As per a leading daily, PM Modi was quoted as saying, Trying to become someone is a conventional path. Take the road less travelled. Be warriors, not worriers. Treat exams like festivals. A happy mind is the secret of a good mark sheet.
However, when a student asked the PM about the preparations for his exams of Lok Sabha elections in 2019, the latter in a lighter vein said, I wouldve asked you to take up journalism kyun ki aise lapet ke sawaal journalists hi puchte hain (only journalists ask questions in such a manner). However, the prime minister said, I’ve the wishes of 125 crore Indians with me.
Here’s the full video of Pariksha pe Charcha
We are having a great discussion on why students must appear for exams with a smile, without stress. Watch #Pariksh? https://t.co/OVL76WlUwb
? Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 16, 2018
Incomplete work of Poonam Towers aka ‘Bata building’ covered ahead of C20 meet
Civic authorities covered the incomplete under construction work of Poonam Towers, situated bang opposite Vidhan Bhavan at RBI Square, on Friday ahead of the C20 meet in Nagpur scheduled on March 20 and 21.
The building owned by renowned builder N Kumar, whose construction has remained incomplete over two decades, it popularly known as ‘Bata building’ in the city.
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49-yr-old man dies while playing badminton in Nagpur
A 49-year-old man in Nagpur died while playing badminton in Pachpaoli area on Monday morning at around 6:45 am. The deceased, identified as Gunnu Dharma Lohara, was a resident of Yadav Nagar who was playing badminton with his friend.
He was rushed to Central Railway Hospital in an unconscious state and was declared dead by the doctors there.
Glimpse of beautification work ahead of G20 Summit in Nagpur…
The beautification work of Nagpur ahead of the G20 Summit in the city on March 20 and 21 has been afoot. Take a closer look at the same above…
G20 Summit is the premier forum for international economic cooperation that plays an important role in shaping and strengthening global architecture and governance on all major international economic issues. India holds the Presidency of the G20 from 1 December 2022 to 30 November 2023.
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