INDIA EMPIRE MAGAZINE HINTS ON IMPORTANCE OF RELIGION IN RUNNING A COUNTRY

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STATEMENT ON INDIA EMPIRE MAGAZINE FOR RELEASE TO THE MEDIA ON JUNE 19, 2017 

One of India’s leading publications, India Empire, says Indian Prime Minister NARENDRA MODI has managed to transform India largely because of his humility and spiritual life.

India Empire Editor SAYANTAN CHAKRAVARTY says he has observed that the Prime Minister has in the last three years of his tenure of office made an effort to meet with spiritual leaders in India and abroad.

Mr. CHAKRAVARTY also says Mr. MODI has given confidence to Indians in the Diaspora as he has travelled extensively to over 62 countries in the last three years to put India on the global map.

He said this when he called on Zambia’s high Commissioner to India JUDITH KAPIJIMPANGA at the Zambian Chancery in New Delhi, India where he announced that he will publish a coffee table book on Zambia to coincide with the 53rd Independence anniversary.

“The coffee table book about Zambia will be 100 pages full of information and pictorial evidence on Zambia’s various sectors especially trade and tourism,” Mr. CHAKRAVARTY said.

And Zambia’s high Commissioner to India JUDITH KAPIJIMPANGA says President EDGAR LUNGU has worked hard to link Zambia to the outside world culminating in many other leaders visiting Zambia.

Mrs. KAPIJIMPANGA says President LUNGU has also been very humble and interacting with religious leaders such as the Pope adding that he recently visited Jerusalem.

“The Head of State has been looking to God for wisdom in running the affairs of the Country humbling him to declare a day of national prayers and creation of the Ministry of National Guidance and Religious Affairs,” she said.

The Zambian top envoy in India says she has noted with gratitude the growing interest of the Indian media trying to market Zambia as a tourist destination of choice.

Zambia is a country every human being on earth should visit at least once in a life time and this makes it a tempting place to visit because of the large areas that are untouched by man and tourists can travel to private tourist sites to see, feel and hear,” said Mrs. KAPIJIMPANGA.

 

She says Zambia is a birthplace of the legendary walking safari which is untamed, and has an adventure that is a perfect match for its wonders.

 

This is contained in a statement made available by First Secretary Press and Tourism at the Zambian Mission in New Delhi, India, Bangwe Naviley.

Issued by:

Bangwe Naviley- First Secretary Press

ZAMBIA HIGH COMMISSION

New Delhi, India

                                                          



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