‘Atmanirbhar Bharat Campaign A National Spirit'
The Morning Standard|March 01, 2021
In his monthly radio address, PM Modi regrets not learning ‘world’s oldest language’ Tamil

PRIME Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the Atmanirbhar Bharat campaign was not just a government policy but a national spirit, a sentiment flowing in the hearts of the common folks.

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