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PM Modi to Address The Nation Live Streaming: PM Modi will address the nation today at 5 pm amid Corona crisis, watch this live on DD News

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PM Modi to Address The Nation Live Streaming: PM Modi will address the nation today at 5 pm amid Corona crisis, watch this live on DD News

PM Modi Address to The Nation Today: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the people of the country at 5 pm today in the midst of the second wave of deadly corona virus in the country. The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has given this information by tweeting about his address. However, on which issue will the Prime Minister talk to the people of the country? At present, no information has been given by the Prime Minister’s Office regarding this. But it is believed that PM Modi’s address can talk about the corona virus and the vaccination campaign.

It is also believed about PM Modi’s address that he can also address the country regarding the weakening economy during the crisis of Corona. Along with this, he can also appeal to the people to be careful about the corona and not to be careless. In such a situation, if you want to see the live address of PM Modi, then you can watch live streaming on DD News. Also read: Collect and analyze the data of corona infected youth and children – PM Modi spoke to DMs of districts

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Prime Minister’s Office Tweet:

Let us tell you that PM Modi has been continuously addressing the people of the country during the Corona crisis. At the end of every month, where he has been addressing people through his radio program Mann Ki Baat. At the same time, talking to the Chief Ministers of the state and health-related doctors and Corona Warriors. Whether it is the announcement of a self-reliant India package or the beginning of vaccination. The country has been addressed from time to time by PM Modi.

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Assam: 2 sisters found hanging in village, family alleges rape and murder

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Assam: 2 sisters found hanging in village, family alleges rape and murder

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Guwahati, June 13 : In Kokrajhar district of western Assam, two sisters were found hanging from a tree located in their own village. The police gave this information on Saturday. The families of the victims, however, alleged that the two girls, who were missing since Friday afternoon, were raped before being killed.

Police have told that the girls are 14 and 16 years old. The bodies of the girls were found hanging from a tree on Friday night in the forest of Abhayakuti village, police said. Also read: Karnataka: Corona infection slowed down, patients recovering fast

The bodies have been sent to Kokrajhar Civil Hospital for post-mortem. Police have registered a case and started investigation. So far no arrest has been made in connection with the incident.

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PM addresses G-7 session, calls for ‘One Earth, One Health’ approach

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PM addresses G-7 session, calls for 'One Earth, One Health' approach

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New Delhi, June 13 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a session of the G-7 summit in a digital manner on Saturday, called for adopting a “one earth, one health” approach to effectively deal with the corona virus epidemic. . He also urged the support of G-7 countries to give up patents for anti-COVID-19 vaccines. Calling for global solidarity, leadership and coordination to prevent future pandemics, Modi emphasized the special responsibility of democratic and transparent societies to meet the challenge, according to an official release.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel supported Modi’s call to adopt a ‘one earth, one health’ approach, sources said. He said that Australia and some other countries have also strongly supported Modi’s call for exemption on patents to increase production of Kovid-19 vaccines. India and South Africa have proposed this in the World Trade Organization. Prime Minister Modi also called for the G-7’s support for the WTO proposal by India, South Africa regarding patent exemption on COVID related technologies. Addressing the ‘Building Back Stronger-Health’ interaction session of the G-7, Prime Minister Modi outlined India’s vision of a ‘holistic society’ to tackle the pandemic and synergy of efforts at every level of government, industry and civil society. told about. Also read: Karnataka: Corona infection slowed down, patients recovering fast

In his address, Modi called for the support of the G-7 countries on a proposal submitted by India and South Africa for exemption on COVID related technologies in the WTO. “The Prime Minister pledged India’s support for collective efforts to improve global health governance,” the release said. He also called for the support of the G-7 on the proposal made by India and South Africa to the World Trade Organization (WTO) for TRIPS (Exemption on Business Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) on COVID related technologies. The Prime Minister said that today’s meeting should send the message of ‘One Earth, One Health’ to the whole world. Also read: Jammu and Kashmir: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha will participate in the Bhoomi Pujan ceremony of Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple in Jammu today

The G-7 includes Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States. Britain, which is chairing the G-7, has invited India, Australia, South Korea and South Africa as guest countries. Modi tweeted, “Attended the session of the G-7 conference on health. Thank you partners for their cooperation during the recent wave of COVID-19. India supports global action to prevent future pandemics. Our message to humanity is ‘one earth, one health’.” During the session, Modi appreciated the help extended by the G-7 and other visiting countries during the recent wave of Kovid-19 in India. “The prime minister also spoke about the successful use of open source digital systems for contact tracing and vaccine management and expressed his desire to share his experience and expertise with other developing countries,” the release said. The Prime Minister will also participate on the concluding day of the G-7 summit on Sunday and will address two sessions.

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Karnataka: Corona infection slowed down, patients recovering fast

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Karnataka: Corona infection slowed down, patients recovering fast

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Bengaluru, June 13 : In Karnataka, the havoc of Corona seems to be decreasing rapidly. For the past few days, the number of people getting healthy has increased in comparison to new cases in the state. A total of 19785 new cases were registered in the state on Saturday while 21614 people returned home after recovering. In the last 24 hours, 144 patients died due to infection. The state health bulletin said that 9,785 cases were registered on Saturday. The number of corona victims in the state increased to 27,57,324, including 1,91,796 active cases, while 25,32,719 people have recovered. 21,614 patients were discharged in the last day.

With Bengaluru as the main epicenter of the pandemic in the state, 2454 fresh cases were reported. In this way, the total number of infected people here increased to 11, 95, 340. Out of this, 88,795 are active cases while 10,91,260 have been recovered. In the last 24 hours, 5,398 patients were discharged. The virus killed 144 people in the last 24 hours, including 21 in Bengaluru. The number of people living in the state has increased to 32,788 and the death toll in the city has gone up to 15,284. Also read: COVID-19 Update Assam: 3,463 new cases of Kovid-19 in Assam, 42 patients died

Out of 1,48,02 tests conducted across the state during the day, 26,999 include rapid antigen detection and 1,21,028 RT-PCR. Meanwhile, 64,681 people above 45 years and 88,323 people in the age group of 18-44 years were vaccinated across the state during the day. In this way, a total of 1,58,572 people were vaccinated in the state during the day.

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