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Colors, pride and Nation’s fervor marks the 2014 Republic Day celebrations

In the start of 2014, the 65th Republic Day of India was celebrated all over the nation in the midst of stern safety measures. The hoisting of the Indian Tricolour flag was done in diverse states of the nation.

2014 Republic day celebrations across the country:


Mr. Janaki Ballav Patnaik, the Honorbale Governor of Assam requested the subversive militant members to disavow hostility and create the discussion table to resolve the problems for a standard progress of the state. Mr. Patnaik also hoisted the National Flag on the 65th Republic Day. He strongly showed his disagreement for the topical incidents of aggression in a lot of districts across Assam. Moreover, assortments of initiatives were begun under the “Multi Sectoral Development Plan” in areas such as agriculture, drinking water, education and cottage industry to encourage the marginal communities.

West Bengal

In the city of Kolkata, M K Narayanan, the Governor of West Bengal head over the amazing parade of police and armed forces. Vibrant procession and pageant with festooned representation represented the culture & heritage of West Bengal. The highlight of the event was the presence of Ms. Mamata Banerjee, the chief minister.


Around 18 police officers and other employees were esteemed by the Margaret Alva the Governor of Rajasthan. 8 other government personnel were also honored with praiseworthy certificates. Subsequent to the award allocation, more than 150 folk artists and 1000 school students enchanted people in the arena with their vibrant dance performances.


Jaipur celebrated the Republic Day Sunday with keenness. Governor Margaret Alva opened out the tricolour in Jaipur and observed a procession and vivid cultural shows. Alva also took the greeting while he examined a sentinel of honor from marching group of the security forces in the midst of applause and ovation from numerous of audience. Police officers and employees from Rajasthan Armed Constabulary, National Cadet Corps and Home Guards plus school students also participated in the march past.


While summarizing the priorities and achievements of the Jharkhand Government, Hemant Soren, the Chief Minister hoisted the tri-color of the nation. He declared that 4 lakhs youths were being informed to take skill training to make them qualified for quite a few jobs. He also declared that thirty prisoners of different jails would be freed under a unique proposal. Mr. Soren also told that official assistance was being offered to the deprived and tribal prisoners, who were in prison for trivial crimes.

Madhya Pradesh

The Madhya Pradesh Republic Day celebrations were conducted at the Lal Parade arena where Mr. Ram Naresh Yadav, the Governor of the state spreaded out the national flag and acknowledged the salutation at a march past of different forces. Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Chief Minister also opened up the national flag at the Vidisha where he narrated the efforts for the development of the state in the past decade. Pictures that showed the development undertaken by a choice of Government departments were also revealed at the Lal Parade ground.


The bribery and the incident of Canacona building disintegration conquered the speech of Mr. B V Wanchoo (Governor of Goa) on the juncture of Republic Day celebrations 2014. While leading the Republic day procession, the Governor referred to the incident of Jan 4th in which more than 30 people departed their life after a 5-storey building got demolished at the town of Canacona.


Nikhil Kumar, the Governor of Keral wanted the government to travel around the likelihood of PPP model for the monetary growth of the state. While mentioning to the anxiety of people existing in high range regions above the Gagdil-Kasturirangan account on Western Ghats preservation, he declared that it is good that the state government is strong-minded to make sure that rightful interests and officially permitted rights of the people are secluded.

Arunachal Pradesh

While unfurling the national flag on the Republic Day, Mr. Lt Gen (Retd) Nirbhay Sharma, the Governer of Arunachal Pradesh urged the citizens to eradicate bribery and criminal actions out from the state. In his advice to the people, he also advocated the youths and their teachers to make sure that the liveliness of the youth should not be preoccupied towards commotion.

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