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Mann ki Baat gains popularity among NRIs, CMs to emulate idea

Even as the 32nd instalment of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is slated for next Sunday, it is being emulated soon by some Chief Ministers who are commencing similar broadcasts.

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'Mann Ki Baat' earned Rs 4.78 cr; live streaming & app duds

MUMBAI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's radio address Mann ki Baat has reportedly got mega bucks for the All India Radio (AIR). Apart from getting millions of listeners, the programme, according to the information and broadcasting ministry, has fetched a gross revenue of over Rs 4.78 crore through...

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No policy announcements, it's simply 'Mann ki Baat'

NEW DELHI: The Government has made it clear that the prime minister Narendra Modi’s monthly ‘Mann ki Baat’ broadcast does not cover any public policy or announcements. The minister of state for information and broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore said in the Parliament that “Mann Ki Baat is a unique...

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PM's 'Mann Ki Baat': AIR starts regional translation after Hindi

NEW DELHI: All India Radio commenced the regional language broadcast of the prime minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann ki Baat’ immediately after the Hindi broadcast.

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Giving information effectively a major challenge: Naidu

NEW DELHI: Information & Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu has said information is “ammunition to fight social evils such as corruption, poverty, illiteracy and terrorism”.

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