New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the Kovid-19 epidemic has brought India’s national character to the forefront of the entire world and 2020 is known as the year of internal discovery rather than external disruption.
Around the world, people have been amazed at how Indians, poor or wealthy, young or old, rural or urban, have shown the ability to be responsible, disciplined, focused, law-abiding, patient, and able in times of crisis. On an unprecedented scale, he said.
“Some may call the year 2020 a year of external disruption due to the epidemic. But I believe that 2020 is not a year of external disruption, but a year of internal discovery, for our society and for our nation.
The title, “Atmanibhar Bharat: Transforming India,” reads: “Adversity not only increases power but also brings out our true instincts. This global epidemic has brought India’s national character to the fore as a resilient and unified nation for the entire world.”
Many Indian pharma companies are working to develop a vaccine against coronavirus.
As of Monday, the number of Kovid-19 cases in the country had crossed 94 lakh and the number of takers reached 88,50,000, according to statistics from the Ministry of Health. The official number for the morning was 1,37,139.
In the article, Modi stated that India will not only remain firm but help the world when faced with trying circumstances.
“India has emerged as a pharma haven for the world, sending life-saving drugs and drugs to the far end, while ensuring that our people have no shortage.
“At any time, after the epidemic, our COVID warriors rose to the occasion and spearheaded India’s struggle. Significant efforts in the war effort have made India self-sufficient in PPE production,” the PM wrote.
From ambulance drivers to pharmaceuticals, from security guards to small neighborhood vendors, a myriad of heroes continue our lives in difficult circumstances, while maintaining social distance, wearing masks and embracing digital payments.
Modi asserted that reforms in various sectors are strengthening the country’s development trajectory, in contrast to past reforms that were “hostage to political spending”.
Speaking about the importance of Atmanibhar Bharat, he said that this means a more competitive India, a more productive India and a celebration of local talent.
He said India’s role in global supply chains would be enhanced by attracting more global businesses to India to take full advantage of India’s policy stability, lower taxes and skilled human resources.
Modi wrote that the Kovid-19 pandemic has strengthened the technology’s potential as a valuable bridge and that everyone’s work has to go online, from the multi-national summit to the multinationals.
He said that in the coming year, more attention will be paid to self-reliance and resilience in technology.
The yearbook is power-packed in 25 sections, and writing about a post-COVID career, the cost of Kovid-19 on the Indian economy, work from home, Indo-Pak and China-India relations and other issues, says chief editor Mamen Mathew.
“Looking back to 2020, we can say that we have come through quarantine and lockdowns, while maintaining social distance, self-concealment, and swatching, despite barriers and confinements in our personal space,” he writes in an editorial.


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