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 Bihar is facing natural calamity for the fourth year in succession ... While the state faced devastating floods in 2007 and 2008, drought has hit the state for the second year in succession. Despite the state facing natural calamities, Bihar is on the path of development, 
— Nitish Kumar speaking at the Independence Day celebrations at the Gandhi Maidan / August 15, 2010
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 Models of farming which gave economies of scale, while protecting the interests of farmers must be explored and efficient distribution networks that link the farms to the consumers should be encourage so to bring more income to the farmers, while giving a price advantage to the consumers. 
— Pratibha Patil in her 64th Independence Day-eve message, saying agriculture must be connected with other sectors of the economy / August 14, 2010
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 It is a huge task to be achieved for a billion plus population, but we should not be overwhelmed. In every village and in every colony of every town, city or metropolis, people can come forward to form groups to work for the disadvantaged. 
— Pratibha Patil in her 64th Independence Day-eve message, saying each and every citizen should contribute his or her mite to the growth / August 14, 2010
 India is the abode of infinite values - let us strive to restore these as we go along the path of progress. 
— Pratibha Patil in her 64th Independence Day-eve message / August 14, 2010
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 [The] achievement of goals and targets is dependent on an effective governance structure. Powers have been given to those in the government for formulating policies and for implementation on the field. It should always be remembered that this power must be used in a responsible manner. 
— Pratibha Patil in her 64th Independence Day-eve message / August 14, 2010

 It is possible, when dialogue is chosen as the channel for communication. By listening to each other's viewpoint and understanding one another, we can address issues before us. 
— Pratibha Patil in her 64th Independence Day-eve message / August 14, 2010
 ... proponents of extreme ideologies and the followers of Left Wing Extremism must abandon their path of violence. I call on them to join national efforts for growth and development. I hope that everybody, including the civic society, will come forward and move them in this direction. 
— Pratibha Patil in her Independence Day-eve message, calling upon Maoists to join the national main stream / August 14, 2010
 What is the one action that will make him or her great? Every one of you has a page in the history of India. How do you make the page to be referred to by the posterity? For that, you must have a vision and that vision is - What I will be remembered for? 
— A P J Abdul Kalam in his Independence Day-eve message, to students of Andhra University / August 14, 2010
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 Now, you enter a new phase of life, which will present many challenges and opportunities. Equipped with knowledge, hard work, sweat and strong determination, you can become a leader in the area that you have chosen. 
— A P J Abdul Kalam in his Independence Day-eve message, to students of Andhra University / August 14, 2010
 Have the courage to think different; to invent; to travel into an unexplored path; discover the impossible and combat a problem and succeed. 
— A P J Abdul Kalam in his Independence Day-eve message at Andhra University / August 14, 2010

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