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Jun 04, 2019
8:29AM

Prez compliments I&B Ministry for excellent coverage of PM’s swearing-in ceremony

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President Ram Nath Kovind complimented the Information and Broadcasting Ministry for the excellent coverage of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony on May 30, which was held at the Rashtrapati Bhawan.

A delegation led by Information and Broadcasting Secretary Amit Khare met the President yesterday and apprised him of the elaborate steps taken by various media units to ensure a comprehensive and world-class coverage of the ceremony across all mainstream and social media platforms, covering almost the entire globe.

Mr Khare told the president that for the benefit of the hearing-impaired viewers, DD Bharati provided commentary in sign language, besides commentaries in Hindi and English in other channels of Doordarshan, an official release said.

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