Can Tho in merry mood with Yoga Day

The announcement of protest by the farmers have raised security concern for the Lucknoww district administration in view of the PM's visit as he would be attending the International Yoga Day festival to be held at Rama Bai Rally ground on June 21. He said that despite the government's opposition, lakhs of people from Bihar would also practice Yoga on the International Yoga Day.Mr Modi said it was the fear of backlash from fundamentalistforces, which had compelled CM to keep a silence on the issue of'triple talaque.

"This is something which is only for the benefit of all humanity at both an individual level and a macro level, because ultimately all societies in all countries are made up of human beings", he said. Singapore's Home Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam also joined the yoga event this morning at his constituency of Nee Soon, said the Indian High Commission.

For the first time ever, the Embassy, in collaboration with the Ministry of AYUSH and the Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga (MDNIY), has invited a group of 20 young Yoga ambassadors with expertise in performing advanced routines in "Hatha Yoga".

Led by Indian High Commissioner Gautam Bambawale, a large number people performed various asanas. Parts of the United States, Paris, Havana in Cuba, and Peru's capital Lima are also preparing to host yoga enthusiasts.

The celebrations were held at the scenic Dongtou Wanghai Pavilion and more than 1,000 yoga lovers from all over Wenzhou participated in the Yoga session. Trafalgar Square in London is also gearing for the big event. He said chief minister was opposing International Yoga Day celebration when internationally acclaimed Bihar School of Yoga was engaged in making Yoga more popular across the world.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will share his thoughts with people in the 33rd edition of his "Mann Ki Baat" programme on June 25.

The function was jointly organised by Consulate General of India, Shanghai along with Wenzhou Municipal People s Government.

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