“We have to take power to every home, to different hamlets. We have to ensure that a child in rural remote village gets 24 hour power . Power- which his family can afford in these trying times, Power- which encourages and allows him to compete with the rest of the world on equal terms. In some sense, energy gives him the power to get digitally connected to the world and to enjoy fruits of new technologies,” he added.
Talking about the present day journalism scenario, Goyal said “I genuinely believe days and times calls for new breed of journalism and excellence in journalism which certainly is very hard hitting to stop wrong from happen but which also encourages to work .” The minister added that acknowledgment and encouragement sometimes goes a long way to encourage even better work done in years to come.
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