You are my examiners today, PM Modi tells kids

No need to telecast PM Modi’s speech today Bengal govt to schools colleges

West Bengal education minister Partha Chatterjee cited the ongoing state Board examinations as reasons for not airing the speech in the state

"You should compete with yourself".

India will not shrink away from its responsibility to protect the environment, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a World Sustainable Development Summit in New Delhi on Friday.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address the "Pariksha Par Charcha" session shortly. A small municipal election will be taking place in a far corner of India and "Breaking News: "Blow for Modi", the headlines will say". "They put up 103 candidates in Gujarat, of whom 99 lost their election deposit", he said.

Addressing over 200 delegates at the World Sustainable Development Summit, the prime minister said respect for nature was part of the country's culture.

The prime minister said he remembered clearly that when the deposit of four candidates were returned, the party men celebrated it by distributing candies.

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"I have my board exam and you have the Lok Sabha election". Elaborating on importance of stress-free exams, PM encouraged the students to ask questions and provided guidance to focus on stress-relieving techniques.

Not only students were busy with preparations for class 10 and 12 board examinations but also schools were busy in making preparations for conducting the examinations, he said.

During a press conference, State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said, "President Donald Trump, certainly has a strong relationship with Prime Minister Modi".

Modi answered the questions for over two hours and apologised for the fact that he could not speak in other languages and hoped it would be translated and conveyed to all. It started with an episode of his monthly outreach programme on radio, Mann Ki Baat, on the subject in January previous year. He said one should only try to do better than what one had achieved earlier. In the book the prime minister addresses ways that students could adapt to remain calm before exams.

For students, one time table or a schedule can't be appropriate for the full year.

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