‘Mann ki Baat’: India made history with launch of 104 satellites, says Indian PM


New Delhi, Feb. 26: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday dedicated his 29th ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme to India’s technological advancement, including the Indian Space Research Organisation's recent launch of 104 satellites into space in one go.

'Winter is on its way out; Vasant, the season of spring has just started to step into our lives.


After the successful mission of sending Mangalyaan to Mars, recently ISRO achieved a world record in the arena of space.


India made history by becoming the first country to launch successfully 104 satellites into space at one go.


It is a matter of exultation for us that the entire campaign was led and steered by our young and women scientists. 


This cost effective, efficient space programme of ISRO has become a marvel for the entire world. 


India has successfully tested Ballistic Interceptor Missile. This is a cutting edge technology in the arena of security. 


Human mind is continuously unravelling the secrets of universe. 


The attraction of science for youngsters should increase. We need more and more scientists.



India has successfully tested Ballistic Interceptor Missile. This is a cutting edge technology in the arena of security.

A lot of emphasis is being laid on DigiDhan. People are moving towards digital currency. Digital transactions are rising.

An App is developed particularly aimed to the fishermen, it helps them locate best zone of fish, wind conditions, tides.

I urge my countrymen, especially youth of our country & those who have won prizes, to become ambassadors of these schemes.  (Agencies) 

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