Mitvonline: March 2022 news highlights in Asia
Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in Asia with this Mitvonline news highlight for March! The latest news in Asia that you need to know are the following:
1. The country of India is still battling with a severe water crisis. A new report says that the problem is worse than ever. A survey says that most people are not satisfied with their jobs. And, a new book says that the public is being used by politicians.
India is Still Struggling With a Severe Water Crisis
A new report says that the water crisis in India is worse than ever. The study says that India has not been able to meet the needs of its people for the last five years.
The study says that the problem is worse than ever because the government has not been able to fix the problem. The report says that the government has failed to build a modern water infrastructure system. And, it says that the government has not been able to provide the people with access to clean water.
The study says that India is the second most water-stressed country in the world. And, it says that India has not been able to increase the availability of water for its people. The study says that India has also failed to control the water pollution problem. And, it says that India has failed to build modern wastewater treatment plants.
The report says that the government should have created more water sources. It says that the government should have built more reservoirs.
2. PM Narendra Modi makes an impassioned speech on the role of media in democracy
In his speech on the second anniversary of his government’s second term, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation, saying, “Our country is full of potential. It is up to us to take the lead and take the nation forward.”
He also spoke of the “one country, one election” principle and how it is not possible for one individual to bring about the change that the country needs.
“It is not just about the government or the opposition, but about all of us,” he said.
In his speech, Modi also said, “The media plays a vital role in democracy. The media is a great tool to share ideas and to raise the level of public discourse.”
PM Modi also added, “I hope that media will continue to be objective and unbiased in their reporting.”
He added, “It is my sincere hope that we will continue to see a positive and healthy relationship between the media and the government.”
He also added, “I hope that our country will be a land of truth, knowledge and wisdom.