End mindset of VIP culture: PM - Daily Excelsior

The ban on the use of red beacons, which will come into force from tomorrow, is aimed at removing the VIP culture from the minds of certain people and replace it with the concept of “Every Person is Important” (EPI), Prime Minister Narendra Modi said ...

Pak doesn't want India's 'priceless gift' - Pune Mirror

NEW DELHI The South Asia Satellite will be launched on May 5, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on Sunday, describing it as India's “priceless gift” to its neighbours as part of the 'Sabka sath, sabka vikas' concept. Seven out of eight SAARC ...

'Lal Batti mindset to be flushed out' - Deccan Herald

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for flushing out of the “Lal Batti mindset” saying that merely the removal of red beacons from the VIP's vehicles would not be enough. “The exit of the red beacon through a government decision is part of a system.

Mann ki Baat: PM Modi slams red beacon, says replace VIP with EPI – every person is important - The Indian Express

On the red beacon decision the Prime Minister said the decision is aimed at removing the VIP culture from the mindset of people. 3. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. Written by Anand Mishra | New Delhi | Published:May 1, 2017 12:58 am.

New India is not about VIPs: Modi - Nagaland Post

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday coined a new acronym, “EPI” - “Every Person is Important” - which he said will be another signpost of “new India”, a concept he's been pushing for a while now, along with “digital India”. The PM was referring to ...

PM praises MP girl in 'Mann ki Baat' - Times of India

Jabalpur: It was a moment of joy for the Choubey family when Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the name of Jabalpur's Shiva Choubey in 'Mann ki baat' discourse on Sunday. Calling hers 'a very interesting phone call', the PM - on the issue of red beacon ...

Dawn of a new India: Red beacons set to become history, PM Modi says 'every person is important' - Daily News & Analysis

The Union Cabinet earlier this month issued a notification to end the culture of flashing red beacons, more popularly known as 'Lal Batti' with effect from May 1. (PTI). Shares123. Sun, 30 Apr 2017-11:54pm , Agencies. With effect from May 1, India will ...

Dump VIP culture, embrace 'EPI', says PM Modi in 'Maan ki Baat' - Zee News

New Delhi: Calling for cleansing the Indian psyche of the "deeply entrenched" VIP culture, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said 'VIP' must be replaced by 'EPI' -- Every Person is Important. Speaking on a range of issues in his radio address ...

PM Modi asks youth to spend summer vacation with poor children - ClickLancashire

This will be the 31st episode of the monthly programme, which be broadcast on All Indian Radio and Doordarshan. "This is the future, and it is great to see the pace at which India is switching to a less-cash economy", he said. This VIP culture should ...

Modi Steals Thunder Away From AAP, Defends Lalbatti Ban, Pitches for EPI Midset - Microfinance Monitor

What Aam Aadmi Party advocated years ago seeking beacon ban (Lal Batti) has become handy for BJP and PM Narendra Modi who has stolen the thunder away from badly bruised Aravind Kejriwal's party that had lost Delhi Municpal elections recently.

PM asks youth to take advantage of cash reward scheme on BHIM App use - Kashmir Images

New Delhi, Apr 30 (PTI) As part of his push for digital payments, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked the youth to capitalise on a scheme that entails cash rewards for those encouraging others to use the government's Bharat Interface for Money ...

Ban on red beacons comes into effect on May 1, PM Modi calls for end to VVIP culture mindset - India Today

A day before the government's ban on red beacons atop vehicles comes into effect, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said in his monthly radio address - Mann Ki Baat - that 'VIP culture' should be replaced with "EPI", meaning "Every Person is Important".

End VIP culture; every person is important, says Modi - The Hindu

Close on the heels of the decision to ban the use of red beacons on vehicles from May 1, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his Mann Ki Baat address on Sunday that this was an attempt to end the VIP culture with an EPI (every person is important ...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi bats for removing VIP culture - The New Indian Express

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that the main reason behind the administrative action on red beacons was to remove the VIP culture from the minds of certain people and replace it with the concept of “Every Person is Important” (EPI).

EPI not VIP is New India, says PM Modi - NewsPatrolling (press release) (blog)

Explaining one of the aspects of New India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that it was not about VIP, but EPI, which means “Every Person is Important”. Modi expressed his views during 'Mann Ki Baat', a monthly radio program through which he ...

Mann Ki Baat: 'New India is not about VIP. It is about EPI- every person is important', says Modi - ABP Live

Pursue sports in the holidays. Also go play with children of nearby areas: PM, Mann Ki Baat (Image: Twitter). - - - - - - - - - Advertisement - - - - - - - - -. New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the nation through his Mann Ki ...

How you can earn easy money through mobile App BHIM! - thenortheasttoday.com

New Delhi, Apr 30: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while disclosing the secret to earn big time through mobile App BHIM, today urged the young generation to contribute by going the 'Digital India' way. In his 'Mann Ki Baat' programme aired on AIR today ...

Ban on red beacons aimed at ending VIP culture mindset: PM Modi - AppsforPCdaily

Modi urged the youth to get more people active on the Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM) app during these holidays. He even added that during his last address he highlighted the issue of food wastage and this problem received a lot of reaction which is ...

Prime Minister Modi stresses on need for weeding out VIP culture - pppFocus

“If we all get together (as EIPs) we will have the power to fulfil the most audacious dreams”, Modi said in his Mann ki Baat monthly address to the nation. He said since the youngsters are already making digital transactions, they could also make an ...

Ban on red beacons aimed at ending VIP culture mindset: PM - Alive For Football

This is the 31st edition of the monthly radio address which is aired on the last Sunday of every month. "We all have to do it together", he said. The Prime Minister of India even congratulated Gujarat and Maharashtra on the occasion of their foundation ...