Indian Media Must Go Global, The World Is Listening To Us: PM Modi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called for inculcating the habit of reading books among the new generation, saying it is imperative in this age of text, tweet and “Google guru” that they are not weaned away from gaining serious knowledge.
Inaugurating Patirika Gate in Jaipur and releasing two books authored by Patrika Group Chairman Gulab Kothari through a video conference, PM Modi also asserted that the voice of India along with Indian products is becoming more global with the country now enjoying stronger presence at world bodies.
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The world is now listening to India with more attention, he said. The Indian media, he added, needs to go global too.
The media, the Prime Minister said, has served people in an “unprecedented way” by spreading awareness on the coronavirus pandemic and by analysing government works and pointing out their shortcomings.
Though the media is also criticised at times, more so in this age of social media, but everybody needs to learn from criticism, he said, adding this is what makes India’s democracy strong.
With an aim to measure actual poverty rather than just financial, government think tank NITI Aayog is working on a dashboard that will rank Indian states and Union Territories on their poverty level with the help of a global benchmark. NITI Aayog is in the last stage for preparation of Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) parameter dashboard and a State Reform Action Plan (SRAP). The Global MPI is a part of the government’s decision as it looks to monitor the performance of the country on 29 select global indices, NITI Aayog said in a statement. “The objective of the Global Indices to Drive Reforms and Growth