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    Mann Ki Baat LIVE Updates: “46,000 names received for Padma Awards this year, 40 times more than last year. Padma Awards are now People’s Awards,” PM Modi remarks.

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    Mann Ki Baat LIVE Updates: Talking about Gaganyaan, PM says that four IAF pilots, chosen for the mission, will go to Russia for training next month.

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    Mann Ki Baat Live Updates: PM Modi announces that first-ever Khelo India University Games will take place from February 22 in Cuttack’s Odisha, with 3,000 athletes to participate.

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    Mann Ki Baat LIVE Updates: PM Modi praises Assam government for the successful organisation of Khelo India Youth Games. He praises female athletes, saying that 80 records were broken during the event.

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    First Mann Ki Baat of 2020 LIVE Updates: “Water conservation has witnessed wide-scale public participation. From Uttarakhand to Tamil Nadu, a lot of good work has been done,” says PM Modi.

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    First Mann Ki Baat of 2020 LIVE Updates: “Today is 26th January, Republic Day. This is the first Mann Ki Baat of the new year as well as that of a new decade,” says PM Modi.

New Delhi: The 61st edition of the monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ radio programme will be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday evening. The official handle of ‘Mann Ki Baat Updates’ said this will be the first address of PM Modi’s monthly programme in 2020 and it will be broadcast on the Republic Day at 6 PM. Also Read - Mann Ki Baat Highlights: Young Generation Will Play Major Role in Modernizing India, Says PM

Moreover, this is the first time that the timing of the programme has been changed to the evening. As per updates, the radio programme will be broadcasted on the entire network of AIR and Doordarshan and Narendra Modi App. Earlier, PM Modi had asked people to share their ideas and suggestions for this month’s radio programme. Also Read - PM Modi to Address 60th Episode of His Radio Programme 'Mann ki Baat' on Sunday

On December 29 last year, when he had addressed the ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Pm Modi had urged people to take up tasks to uplift the poor and had stressed the need for buying indigenous products to support the artisans.

PM Modi had also talked about the Indian Space Research Organisation’s plan to launch a satellite called Aditya to study the sun and had praised the women of Phoolpur for their efforts towards self-sufficiency.