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Skilling millions of people in a country where 93% of the population is engaged informally might seem an arduous challenge, but I see it as an opportunity to reinvent India. Over the last five years, we have taken several steps to move closer to this goal.
I have been working with the young minds of our great nation for a long time now. But even though these are young minds, most of their views about the developments and events in our country are driven by ancient beliefs and thoughts. Here are five things we must change today to move towards a better future and to live a more powerful life.
The Indian Prime Minister's visits to Kathmandu have focused on injecting optimism in ties, articulating a vision for the future, reviving old friendships, and exploring new partnerships. But could this prove to be game-changing for India and Nepal?