The keynote speech Indian President Ram Nath Kovind had addressed the country a day before the independence day celebrations. In a televised speech, the president acknowledged the contribution of healthcare workers during the fight against the coronavirus. … [Read more...] about Modi insists on his vision of ‘atmanirbhar’ (self-reliant) India in Independence Day speech
Questions asked to narendra modi by students in hindi
'Maybe I am being a grump, but I have no interest in taking time out of a working day to watch a a live stream of their wedding. It's nice for the relatives who aren't able to attend to have the option but for the remainder of the 120 guests I'm not sure it's that appealing a prospect. … [Read more...] about Bride asks would-be guests to take time off work to watch a live stream of her wedding after her original plans were cancelled due to Covid-19 – so do YOU think she’s being too demanding?
The government also said it would reimburse the cost of an appeal - which can reach £150 - to ensure that head teachers were not deterred from taking on harder to prove cases. But one head teacher told the BBC it was a "token gesture", adding that appeals were already free if they are successful. … [Read more...] about A-levels and GCSEs: Student tells minister ‘you’ve ruined my life’
But the president is also losing support among traditional Workers party supporters. Many are aggrieved by the government’s austerity programme, which has hurt core constituencies. Last month, the government announced cuts of more than a billion reais (£196m) from spending on both education and healthcare. … [Read more...] about Dilma Rousseff stares down the spectre of impeachment: ‘The question is arithmetic’
I conclude by wishing happy birthday to Princess Anne. She’s 70 today. She’s still the most hardworking of the lot. And the way that she’s dealt with her own children, by not making them HRHs, proves that she doesn’t believe in it, either … [Read more...] about JOHN HUMPHRYS: I couldn’t work with Prince Harry when he guest edited BBC Radio 4’s Today programme because I wanted to ask what his minders would see as embarrassing questions