Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the nation from the Red Fort on the 74th Independence Day of India reinforced his push for the Atmanirbhar Bharat. The Prime Minister said that for India to become self-reliant or Atmanirbhar it needs to stress on ‘value addition’ to raw material that it otherwise exports. Prime Minister Modi asked that for how long will India continue to export raw material and buy the finished products from other countries. He added that it is time for India to walk towards value addition. The Prime Minister was addressing the nation for the 7th time as the Prime Minister on the Independence Day.
Prime Minister added that India needs to add value to raw material and produce finished products in India. He added that these finished products can then be exported by India to other countries as he stressed on the need for India to leave a large-imprint on the world. After the onset of the coronavirus pandemic the Prime Minister had laid out the Atmanirbhar Bharat or self-reliant India vision earlier in May. The ceremony of the 74th Independence Day has been carried out keeping the social distancing rules in mind with a very thin crowd attending the event
IPL 2020: Players heading to UAE after featuring in CPL will have an edge over others, says Ashish Nehra
IPL 2020: Former India fast bowler Ashish Nehra believes players heading to Indian Premier League IPL 2020 after featuring in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will have an edge over the others.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has had a big impact on the global sporting calendar with cricket having been no exception. Top-level T20 cricket will return for the first time when CPL 2020 kickstars in Trinidad and Tobago in bio-secure environments from August 18 to September 10.
Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo, Andre Russeell, Imran Tahir, Mitchell Santner, Rashid Khan, Mujeeb ur Rahman are among the IPL stars who will be in action in the CPL. The T20 action will continue in the IPL which will be played in the UAE across Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi from September 19 to November 10.