Athlete and World champion Neeraj Chopra won hearts of netizens with his sweet gesture, showing respect to the Indian National flag. After securing the gold medal at the World Athletic Championship, Neeraj Chopra was approached by one of his fans, asking for an autograph, on the tricolour flag. However, the olympian denied saying, "Mai waha nahi kar sakta." He instead signed the sleeve of the t-shirt of his fan.
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During a group photo moment at the BRICS summit, PM Narendra Modi set a remarkable example. Spotting the Indian Tricolour on the ground, symbolising the standing positions of leader, PM Modi exhibited respect for the tricolour. PM Modi carefully lifted the flag and kept it in his pocket, ensuring its dignity. Following PM Modi's act, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa took the lead to pick up his country's flag.
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After PM Narendra Modi changed his profile picture to the "Tiranga" tricolour national flag, opposition leader Rahul Gandhi also changed his profile picture. On August 3, Gandhi put up a Twitter DP of India's first PM Jawaharlal Nehru holding the national flag. Notably, PM Narendra Modi urged citizens of India to change the profile pictures of their social media platform to the tricolour national flag, celebrating the 75th… read-more
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PM Narendra Modi marks the "Har Ghar Tiranga" campaign, a collective initiative started on August 2, for celebrating the 75th Independence Day celebration. In his Instagram story, Modi said, "At a time when we marking Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, our nation is all set for #HarGharTiranga, I have changed the DP on my social media pages and urge you all to do the same."
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The kin of a farmer, who died on January 25 during the farmers' protest at the Ghazipur site, have been booked for draping the deceased's body in Tricolour. The UP Police have filed an FIR for insulting the Tricolour as draping the national flag in a civilian funeral is an offence. Reportedly, the kin, including the farmer's mother, were booked after the video of the last rites of the deceased surfaced on social media.
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Marking the beginning of a two-year non-permanent UNSC member tenure, TS Tirumurti, India’s representative to the UN, installed the Tricolour at the UNSC office on January 4. India has become the member for eighth time. Tirumurti said, being the largest democracy representing 1/6th of the humanity, India will promote multilateralism, equality, peace, development and security of all. Tirumurti also highlighted India’s plan in accordance with… read-more
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