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Talent, energy can prepare India to become 5 trillion economy

Sanjeev Pendharkar

Sanjeev Pendharkar

The spread of COVID-19 is emotionally challenging for many people as it is changing day-to-day life in unprecedented ways. All sections of society ? including employers and employees ? should play a role to protect themselves and each other and help prevent further spread of the disease.

WHO is providing advice and updated information on COVID-19 and on how employer can protect their employees, what measures they should take in the workplace and other related factors.

COVID-19 has adversely impacted the overall investment sector. The following points are to be taken into consideration for India to become five trillion economy.

? Talent and aspirations will motivate us

? Spend on infrastructure

? It creates immediate employment

? It improves logistics costs

? Infrastructure will have Tourism

The sheer magnitude of COVID-19 pandemic, like everybody else in the world, did startle all of us in India. But then I think it is not in India’s DNA to be deterred by a crisis. I firmly believe that a crisis is too precious to be wasted. Every crisis presents an opportunity for new growth, and India has faced the COVID crisis with enormous resilience and resolve.


If the pandemic had struck India just four or five years earlier, we would not have been in as good a shape as what we are today, with all the connectivity we have. The credit for that must go to our Prime Minister’s Digital India vision, where he motivated the entire industry to roll out broadband in the first five years of his first term.

In the next two decades, India will grow to be among the top three economies in the world.

But more importantly, it will become a premier digital society. It will be a modern society with young people driving it, with young businesses driving it.

One is, for entrepreneurs, it’s important to have courage and self-belief. It’s important to always have empathy and creativity in everything that you do.

And by empathy, I mean, put yourself in the other’s shoe, and make sure that how you make them feel is how you would want to feel importance of relationship, trust, and loyalty.

It is admirable for our Prime Minister Narendra Modijis patience and persistence and still be optimistic to make India 5 trillion economy. 

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Remembrance

When Lata Mangeshkar got offended by Dilip Kumar and didn’t speak to him for 13 years

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Akshara Rohankar | Mumbai

Late Lata Mangeshkar and legendary actor late Dilip Kumar were known to share a special bond. She would also tie rakhi to the latter.

Nightingale of India, late Lata Mangeshkar and legendary actor late Dilip Kumar were known to share a special bond. So much so that the Queen of Melody would also tie rakhi to the latter. She was among the close ones who visited the late actor during his last days. But do you know the reason why their relation had gone sour, as a result of which they did not speak for 13 long years?

The story dates back to the time when Lata Mangeshkar was to sing ‘Laagin Naahi Chhute’ for the film Musafir, in 1957. At that time, Kumar told music composer Anil Biswas, “The Urdu of Marathis (Maharashtrians) is like dal and rice.” This offended the veteran singer, after which she decided to hone her Urdu speaking skills.

After 13 years when they met in 1970, the veteran singer remarked, “You know, Yusuf saab, I’d always heard you loathed me for being one up on you while recording the Laagi Naahin Chhute Rama duet with you in Musafir. But I only sang the way I can’t help singing any number.”

To this, Kumar gleefully asserted, “It’s precisely because you can’t help singing the way you do that my family and I adore you! How possibly could I loathe a voice so heavenly!”

On February 6, 2022, due to COVID-induced prolonged illness, the illustrious singer passed away in Mumbai.

 

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Politics

‘Even Modiji can’t finish my political career:’ Pankaja Munde

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Radhika Dhawad | Beed

Pankaja Munde (Photo by: Nitin Mankar/Nation Next)

BJP National Secretary Pankaja Munde said even Prime Minister Narendra Modi wouldn’t be able to end her political career if she lived in people’s hearts and minds. Munde said the same on Tuesday while addressing a public rally — part of PM Modi’s birthday celebrations for a fortnight across Maharashtra — at Ambajogai in Maharashtra’s Beed district.

Munde said, “If I live in people’s mind and heart, even Modiji cannot end my political career… Dynasty politics has been prevailing in the Congress party. Modiji, however, wants to end the dynasty rule… I hail from a political family, but if I live in your mind and heart, nobody will be able to finish (end the career) me. If I live in people’s minds and hearts, even Modiji cannot finish my political career.”

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Nagpur News

September 27, 2022 | Nagpur News | नागपुर समाचार | Hindi News Bulletin | Nation Next

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Avani Arya | Nagpur

Nation Next Nagpur Bulletin brings to you a summary of major news events that took place in Nagpur on September 24, 2022.

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