Modi Mann Ki Baat

New Delhi, April 30: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio program, “Mann Ki Baat,” is set to air its 100th episode on the last Sunday of this month, October 31st, at 11 am IST.

The program has gained a massive following across the world since its first broadcast on October 3, 2014. This month’s episode is particularly significant as it will be broadcast live from the United Nations headquarters in New York, marking a historic moment for the program.

During the previous episode of “Mann Ki Baat,” which was aired on March 26, PM Modi highlighted India’s “Nari Shakti” or women’s power and urged for a uniform organ donation policy in India. He also praised the Oscar-winning documentary “The Elephant Whisperers” and its makers.

The upcoming 100th episode of the program is expected to be inspiring and energizing as PM Modi shares his thoughts and ideas with the nation. The show will be broadcast on All India Radio and Doordarshan’s entire network, with streaming available on the AIR News website and the Newsonair mobile app. The program will also be streamed in various regional languages through AIR following the Hindi broadcast.

The milestone episode is expected to draw in listeners from various parts of the globe, as the program has garnered a significant following worldwide. The upcoming broadcast from the United Nations headquarters is sure to add to the program’s global appeal and reach.


  • I’m glad that Mann Ki Baat has covered various stories of women empowerment, such as the women of Deora village in Chhattisgarh, tribal women in Tamil Nadu making terracotta cups, and women rejuvenating Vellore Lake. It has showcased stories of talented individuals across diverse fields, from promoting Aatmanirbhar Bharat to Make in India and space startups. The mission to re-establish our toy industry began with Mann Ki Baat: PM Narendra Modi during the 100th edition of Mann Ki Baat.
  • “Whether it is about education or culture, whether it is about its preservation or promotion, this has been an ancient tradition of India. The work that the country is doing in this direction today is really commendable,” PM Modi said in the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat.

  • Addressing the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat, PM Modi said, “Friends, this time I have received another special message from UNESCO DG, Ms Audrey Azoulay regarding ‘Mann Ki Baat’. She has given best wishes to all the countrymen for this wonderful journey of 100 episodes.”

  • While addressing the the 100th edition of Mann Ki Baat, PM Modi said The ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ campaign has improved the gender ratio in Haryana
  • “Tourism sector is growing rapidly in the country. Be it our natural resources, rivers, mountains, ponds or our pilgrimage sites, it is important to keep them clean. This will help the tourism industry a lot, says PM
  • Pradeep, who is on a mission to clean the Himalayas of accumulated garbage, joined the 100th episode of PM Narendra Modi’s radio show Mann Ki Baat. He said that he had almost given up on his initiative but a mention of on Mann Ki Baat gave him encouragement. Now, his team collects 5 ton of rubbish from the mountains daily.
  • Mann Ki Baat has been a specialty, and through it many mass movements have taken birth and gained momentum: PM
  • ‘Mann Ki Baat’ gave me the platform to connect with the people of India, PM Modi said. He said, “For me, ‘Mann Ki Baat’ has been about worshipping the qualities in others. Every episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ has been special. It has celebrated positivity, people’s participation.”

  • Numerous citizens have been constructing and cleaning Stepwells and lakes for the last 30 years. Narrating these stories in #MannKiBaat has often made me emotional: PM Modi
  • I started the campaign ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ from Haryana itself. The ‘Selfie with Daughter’ campaign influenced me a lot and I mentioned it in my episode. Soon this ‘Selfie with Daughter’ campaign became global. The motive of this campaign was to make people understand the importance of laughter in one’s life: PM Narendra Modi during the 100th edition of #MannKiBaat
  • Manzoor Ahmed, founder of a pencil slate business in Jammu and Kashmir, joined the 100th episode of PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat. Modi had talked about his business in an earlier episode of the show, as part of his ‘Vocal for Local’ campaign.
  • ‘Mann Ki Baat’ is a journey from myself to ourselves, says PM Modi

  • Haryana’s Sunil Jaglan, founder of the “Selfie with Daughter campaign”, will join PM Narendra Modi in the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat.
  • “For me, Mann Ki Baat is a way of devotion,” says PM Narendra Modi in the 100th episode of his radio show Mann Ki Baat.”Mann Ki Baat, for me, is a ‘pooja ki thaal’ (prayer plate) at the feet of ‘ishwar roopi janata janardhan’ (God in the form of the public),” he says.
  • I can’t believe it’s been so many years since Mann Ki Baat began. Each episode has been special: PM Modi
  • Addressing the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat, PM Modi said, “I say this from the core of my heart,…that in fact, all of you, the listeners of ‘Mann Ki Baat’, our countrymen, deserve congratulations.”

  • Beginning the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat, PM Narendra Modi said that like Vijayadashmi, Mann Ki Baat has also become an occasion to celebrate Indians’ goodness, optimism, positivity, and people’s participation.
  • PM Modi addresses the nation on Mann Ki Baat’s 100th edition.

  • People reached Delhi’s famous Al-Jawahar Hotel, where BJP has organised a telecast event commemorating the 100th episode of PM Narendra Modi’s radio show Mann Ki Baat.

  • Union Home Minister Amit Shah to participate in Maan Ki Baat at Vile Parle organised by Mumbai BJP. Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis will also attend the same. Apart from this, the 100th episode of PM Narendra Modi’s radio show Mann Ki Baat will be telecast in all 36 assembly constituencies in Mumbai. In Mumbai, the telecast will be in 5,000 places.BJP has also organized telecast events across the 36 districts of Maharashtra.

  • Congress Questions PM’s ‘Maun Ki Baat’

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked people to tune into the 100th episode of his radio show Mann Ki Baat at 11 am today, calling it a “truly special journey”. “This has been a truly special journey, in which we have celebrated the collective spirit of the people of India and highlighted inspiring life journeys,” he said.

  • The airing of the 100th episode of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s unique monthly radio outreach, Mann Ki Baat, is a milestone. ‘Mann Ki Baat’ is central to the PM’s deep connection with the masses, who regard him as a caring, compassionate, and decisive leader who is transforming the country to improve their lives.Since the first episode of Mann Ki Baat on October 3, 2014, the PM has struck a rare chord with our countrymen, who have responded enthusiastically and reached out to him month after month to share their accomplishments, joys, concerns, and their valuable suggestions for New India.
  • Taking to Twitter, Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra said, “Dear Hon’ble Modiji- today is 100th episode of Mann ki Baat due to be telecast live even at UN HQ. Please do tell us: 1. Why India’s athlete betis can’t be protected from powerful BJP predators 2. Why SEBI can’t finish Adani invetigation in SC timeframe Dhanyavad.”

  • Apart from 22 Indian languages and 29 dialects, Mann Ki Baat is broadcast in 11 foreign languages including French, Chinese, Indonesian, Tibetan, Burmese, Baluchi, Arabic, Pashtu, Persian, Dari, and Swahili.
  • “Get ready for a historic moment as the 100th episode of PM Modi’s “Mann Ki Baat” is set to go live on April 30th in the Trusteeship Council Chamber at @UN HQ!” the Permanent Mission of India to the UN said in a tweet.

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  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio program, “Mann Ki Baat”, is set to achieve a significant milestone on Sunday as it airs its 100th episode. The program has become an important platform for the Prime Minister to connect with the people and share his thoughts and ideas on various issues of national and international importance. This special episode of “Mann Ki Baat” will be broadcast live from the United Nations headquarters, marking a historic moment for the program.