Narendra Modi inaugurates Shyamal Van located near Shamlaji

Published By : Admin | July 19, 2009 | 09:03 IST
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Chief Minister Narendra Modi began the 60th Van Mohatsav by inaugurating Shyamal Van located near North Gujarat's ancient Pilgrim place Shamlagi.

He appealed to all the nature lovers to contribute to Gujarat's Golden jubilee year 2010 by igniting the movement of “Swarnim Jayanti Van.” Gujarat Government has successfully carried out projects such as ‘Mangalya Van in Ambaji','Harihar Van in Somnath, Tirthankar Van and Bhaktivan in Chotila, he mentioned.

Narendra Modi visited Shamlagi temple to seek the blessing of Almighty. Amidst of heavy rain, the function was attended by the tribal community of nearby villages.

He said, the protection of environment is rooted in Indian culture.

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has congratulated India B team (Men's) and India A team (Women's) for winning the Bronze Medal at the 44th Chess Olympiad in Chennai. The Prime Minister also appreciated the people and the Government of Tamil Nadu for hosting the 44th Chess Olympiad and welcoming the world and showcasing our outstanding culture and hospitality.

The Prime Minister tweeted;

“The just-concluded 44th Chess Olympiad in Chennai witnessed encouraging performances by the Indian contingent. I congratulate the India B team (Men's) and India A team (Women's) for winning the Bronze Medal. This augurs well for the future of Chess in India.”

I congratulate Gukesh D, Nihal Sarin, Arjun Erigaisi, Praggnanandhaa, Vaishali, Tania Sachdev and Divya Deshmukh from our contingent who won board medals. These are outstanding players who have shown remarkable grit and tenacity. Best wishes for their future endeavours.”

“The people and Government of Tamil Nadu have been excellent hosts of the 44th Chess Olympiad. I would like to appreciate them for welcoming the world and showcasing our outstanding culture and hospitality.”