PM Modi opts to 'Yoga' to escape stress..!!

According to the National Police Academy officials,"Accompanied with Home Minister Rajnath Singh and other dignitaries, PM Modi will arrive at Shamshabad airport in the city by a special flight around 1900 hours on Friday and after completing a meet with the top officials he would participate in Yoga session with the DGPs and other officials on

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi ChaturvediBy Sakshi Chaturvedi

Published on 26 Nov 2016 4:30 AM GMT

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New Delhi: Busy in attending political events ahead of assembly elections, managing governance in the nation, supporting people facing problems due to demonetisation and responding to the criticisms of opposition parties, Prime Minister Narendra Modi very well knows how to stay calm, relaxed and energetic. A big fan of Yoga, the PM has decided to distress himself by taking part in some of its sessions during his Hyderabad visit on Saturday.

The Prime Minister would visit the city to attend a three-day annual conference of Director Generals of Police at the National Police Academy and would participate in Yoga sessions with the DGPs and other Police officers.

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According to the National Police Academy officials,"Accompanied with Home Minister Rajnath Singh and other dignitaries, PM Modi will arrive at Shamshabad airport in the city by a special flight around 1900 hours on Friday and after completing a meet with the top officials he would participate in Yoga session with the DGPs and other officials on November 26."

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The conference will be inaugurated by HM Rajnath Singh.

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi Chaturvedi

A journalist, presently working as a Sub-Editor at newstrack.com.

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