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National News
Create a 'new India' by 2022: Narendra Modi
 
(New Delhi, Aug 9, 2017, PTI): On the 75th anniversary of the Quit India movement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked the people to take a pledge to free the country of problems like communalism, casteism and corruption and create a 'new India' by 2022.

He saluted all those who participated in the historic movement in 1942 under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi and asked people to take inspiration from that.

In a series of tweets, Modi noted that the entire nation had come together under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi with the aim of attaining freedom.

"On the 75th anniversary of the historic Quit India movement, we salute all the great women & men who took part in the movement," he wrote.

"In 1942, the need of the hour was to free India from colonialism. Today, 75 years later the issues are different," the prime minister added.

"Let us pledge to free India from poverty, dirt, corruption, terrorism, casteism, communalism & create a 'New India' of our dreams by 2022," he said.

Giving the slogan of 'sankalp se siddhi' (pledge to achieve), he urged the people to work shoulder to shoulder "to create the India that our freedom fighters would be proud of".


Aadhaar linkage with bank accounts mandatory, says RBI
Pak firing claims one more life in Jammu and Kashmir
Don't invite me for Tipu Jayanti event: NDA Minister
Haryana singer Harshita Dahiya killed on her brother-in-law's order, say police
Smriti Irani hits back at Rahul over his tweet on Jay Shah, says person 'out on bail' is mocking court
After 12 years, CBI seeks govt nod to appeal against clean chit in Bofors case
Modi to visit Gujarat on Sunday, inaugurate slew of projects
Congress didn't allow me to redevelop Kedarnath after 2013 floods: PM Modi
Ranjit Kumar resigns as solicitor general
Modi offers prayers at Kedarnath, renews resolve to serve
Ranjit Kumar resigns as solicitor general
DMK chief Karunanidhi makes public appearance
Chidambaram slams EC for not announcing Guj poll schedule
Delhi fire dept gets over 200 calls on Diwali
8 killed as portion of TN transport corpn's building collapses
'You're my family': PM Modi celebrates Diwali with troops in J&K's Gurez
20 IAF jets to land on Agra-Lucknow Expressway on Oct 24
BJP: Some Mersal scenes show GST, PM Modi's Digital India in bad light
Fire breaks out at central Kolkata building, SBI office gutted
On Diwali, India will grant medical visa in all deserving case: Swaraj
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
Alka Yagnik and Udit Narayan to get Lata Mangeshkar Award
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Playboy features first transgender as its playmate
Konkana, Radhika Apte support #MeToo campaign
'Padmavati' experience extremely exhausting: Deepika
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
US-backed forces hail 'historic victory' over Islamic State in Raqqa
 (Raqa, Oct 20, 2017):The Kurdish-led force that expelled the Islamic State group from Raqqa h
EXPAND Obama, Bush decry deep US divisions in Trump era
Angela Merkel calls for cut to Turkey EU funding
Barack Obama returns to the political arena
KERALA NEWS
Al Shifa hospital at Edappally to close down
 (Kochi, Oct 21, 2017, DG): Al Shifa hospital at Edappally is planning to down shutters follow
Private security for Dileep: Police suspect violation of bail conditions
One killed in Ponkunnam accident
Debate on development impossible in Kerala, says Kummanam
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