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Vice President Naidu releases collection of selected speeches by the President Kovind
At a function organized by the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu released Compilation of Selected speeches of the PresidentvRam Nath Kovind titled, 'The Republican Ethic' in English and 'Loktantra ke Swar' in Hindi on December 8.

"Both the books- The Republican Ethic & Loktantra ke Swar are a collection of President of India Shri Ram Nath Kovind's selected speeches made by him in the first year of assuming the office," stated an official release.

According to the release, 'The Republican Ethic' has a collection of 95 select speeches in English out of the total 243 speeches made by him in the first year as the President of India which have been categorized into eight subgroups such as addressing the Nation, diversity of India, window to the world, educating India, equipping India, dharma of public service, honoring our sentinels, spirit of the Law & acknowledging excellence.

On the other hand the Hindi book has 109 speeches that talk about India composed of different layers and levels of multifaceted largest democracy in the world.

"The building blocks of this book are equality, egalitarianism & education. These are principles that have motivated the President on his personal journey which began in a small village mud house. The book has been conceived to help the readers navigate through the vision and thought that the President delves upon, especially with relation to the vision of nation and individual citizen's duty towards the nation.

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