Narendra Modi vs the Dynasty: Contrasting Ideas of India

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Postby Murugan » 11 Feb 2013 10:27

Pl do not forget mulla yam singh yaadav organized iftaar part at the bank of ganges in haridwar.

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Postby nawabs » 11 Feb 2013 11:11

Allahabad Commissioner manhandled by angry people complaining about the antipathy of administration.Their words, "Shithi yah hai ki hamen kafan bhi khud kharidna pad raha hai". No minister present in Allahabad.Azam Khan is in Rampur.

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Postby nawabs » 11 Feb 2013 11:41

Railway State Minister- Arrangements at Allahabad Station were adequate.

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Postby kmkraoind » 11 Feb 2013 13:35

India Inc is keen to quit India, says Cipla’s Hamied

Ratan Tata said as much to the Financial Times, when he noted the policy confusion in government: “You may have the prime minister’s office saying one thing and maybe one of the ministers having a different view. That doesn’t happen in most countries. You wouldn’t have a seven-or eight-year wait to get clearance for a steel plant.”

Azim Premji of Wipro also decried the fact that India was “working without a leader” and this could pull the country down.

Now, Hamied has joined the chorus but with much stronger words. “The tax policies and lack of basic infrastructure are huge problems in India. Because of lack of prudent tax and stable policies, all big Indian companies are going abroad. The time has now come for us to say goodbye to India,” he has told Business Standard in an interview.


He even goes to the extent of saying that “a benevolent dictator is better than our kind of democracy”.

Though many may find it hard to digest this view, there is no denying the fact that the sentiment for doing business in India has been on the decline.

One can quote umpteen global surveys supporting this argument. As Hamied says, one of the government’s policies which has upset the business community is taxation.

A case in point is the transfer pricing orders that the tax department has sent to various companies of late. Hard-pressed to meet the collection targets set by the finance minister, tax officials are apparently going after corporates.

Shell, one of the companies that received the order, has said the tax department’s move goes against Finance Minister P Chidambaram’s efforts to attract foreign capital.

The Hamied interview provides yet another mirror to business’ unhappiness with the government over not being consulted on issues that matter to it. He said the government never asked for his inputs while formulating its pharma policy. At present, the policy is still in the works. In fact, no one had ever asked him for his views in the last 20 years.

“As the chairman of Cipla, I was never asked for any inputs by the government. I don’t know what’s in the policy,” he says in the interview. “I think India should have a pharma policy (that is) in the interest of Indians and not for increasing the profitability of multinationals,” he says.

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Postby Arav » 11 Feb 2013 13:56

UP minister Azam Khan quits as chief of Khumbh organising committee

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Postby nawabs » 11 Feb 2013 18:24

Rahul Gandhi appeals for direct relation between Delhi and Tripura :lol:

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/rahul ... a/1072599/
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi today urged the people of Left-ruled Tripura to vote for the party in the February 14 Assembly polls for a 'direct relation' between Delhi and the state for its development.

"There is a government between Delhi and people of Tripura which eat up all the money for development. We want to set up a direct relation between the people of Tripura and Delhi, which is possible if you bring in Congress at the helm of affairs here," he told an election rally here.

"People have brought changes in Kerala and West Bengal and it was also possible in Tripura," he said. Tripura has been under Left Front rule for the two decades and if it wins this time it will be its fifth straight term in power.

For the Congress, people are the first priority and then the party, while for the CPI-M, the party is their priority and people are secondary. "We want to bring in a change of this partisan system," he said.

Elucidating this, Gandhi said the shop where he drank tea during his visit to Kerala was vandalised by CPI-M activists though the owner was from that party.

He referred to his experiences in China and said the Communists there are liberal and have accepted globalisation, which is the reason behind that country's advancement.

"The difference between the Communists of China and Tripura is that the ones here do not want globalisation and development," he added.

Gandhi, who was originally scheduled to campaign only today, will be staying back in Agartala for campaigning in two other places tomorrow.

"My mother could not visit your state because she is ill and told me to fulfill her task. So I will campaign in other places of the state tomorrow," he said. He will campaign in the state capital Agartala and in Kamalpur, near Ambassa in Dhalai district where Congress President Sonia Gandhi was scheduled to address rallies yesterday.

If the Congress-Indigenous Nationalist Party of Tripura (INPT) alliance comes to power in the state, Gandhi said, allowances for the unemployed will be given and employees will get their salary according to the sixth pay commission and food security for the people will also be ensured.

The Centre, he claimed, had expressed its keenness to introduce salary structure for Tripura government employees at par with the central government, but the state government did not pay heed to the proposal.

"If Congress-INPT comes to power there will be no party office between the government and the people because it will be a people¿s government". Besides, the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council will enjoy full power if the state government is changed, he said. Tripura Pradesh Congress President, Sudip Roy Burman and AICC General Secretary Luizinho Faleiro accompanied Gandhi.

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Postby devesh » 11 Feb 2013 19:50

travesty is that the location is called "Allahabad".

it's degrading. perhaps we should start by changing that.

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Postby member_23629 » 11 Feb 2013 19:55

^^ The original name was Prayag. Ahmedabad is Karnavati. All these names should have been changed immediately after Independence, but with Nehru at helm (India's only nationalist Muslim), the joker would have preferred to slash himself with a razor than do anything for the Hindus.

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Postby Klaus » 11 Feb 2013 20:38

RE: the pic of the railway platform at Allahabad, are there any under-bridges for pilgrims, so that they can safely entry/exit without jumping over tracks? That over-bridge also looks scary, the last thing one wants is a caving-in that happens because of excess load issues.

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Postby Sushupti » 11 Feb 2013 20:45

Klaus wrote:RE: the pic of the railway platform at Allahabad, are there any under-bridges for pilgrims, so that they can safely entry/exit without jumping over tracks? That over-bridge also looks scary, the last thing one wants is a caving-in that happens because of excess load issues.


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Postby nawabs » 11 Feb 2013 21:30

3 lakh people missing, many dead; Kumbh blighted by tragedy

http://news.oneindia.in/2013/02/11/kumb ... 47600.html
Maha Kumbh, the biggest festival that place every 12 years in Allahabad, has been blighted by tragedy with people missing and death which occurred due to one stampede in railway station. Kumbh Mela 2013 witnessed a huge crowd gathering followed by reports of missing people. Several people get separated from their families and are lost in the crowd. Nearly, 3 lakh people are reported missing in the religious mela. In an another tragic incident, 36 people were killed in a stampede at the Allahabad Railway Station on Sunday evening while several were critically injured. Sixteen of the dead were yet to be identified. The injured were admitted to the Swaroop Rani Hospital and Railway Hospital here.

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Postby member_23629 » 11 Feb 2013 21:33

^^^ Hindus are enjoying the benefits of voting Maulana Mulayam to power.

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Postby vijayk » 11 Feb 2013 22:46

Arav wrote:
UP minister Azam Khan quits as chief of Khumbh organising committee


The bozo will be promoted by the moronic Mulyam and his useless beta.

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Postby rajsunder » 12 Feb 2013 01:06

vijayk wrote:
BhairavP wrote:Guha Gargles Goo Again


BLocked as per a request from DoT?
This is getting out of hand.



And then there’s the comparison with Indira Gandhi. Let’s look at the comparative record:

Indira Gandhi abolished the privy purses, an act of supreme betrayal and dishonesty against not just the kings but against the people of India. Guha needs to show us exactly one act of betrayal by Modi.
Indira Gandhi nationalized banks in a brazen act of despotism, which resulted in killing these once-profitable banks. Modi has on the other hand encouraged private players in every sphere of human activity. The results are there for all to see.
Indira Gandhi won the battle but not the war with Pakistan when her brashness dictated her to sign the Shimla accord. We’re still living with the ill-effects of that. Modi has been consistent about the need for a strong defence and security both internal and external.
Indira Gandhi cooked her food in the blood split in the Nevile riots, which in turn was the result of her cynical politics. Gujarat under Modi hasn’t seen a single riot in more than a decade and has an impressive record of maintaining law and order.
Indira Gandhi’s son, Sanjay thought India was his playground where he both made and broke the rules and got away with it. Modi’s family lives far away from him and has no say in matters of politics or governance.
Indira Gandhi thought she owned the nation when she declared the Emergency. There’s simply no comparison on this count with even the vilest of Indian politicians.
Indira Gandhi did talk about the foreign hand because it actually existed. Except that the foreign hand was the hand of the USSR as the Mitrokhin Archives revealed. As for Rome Raj, examples abound: the murderous Italian marines who walked out of India without a single scratch on their body, the truth behind the multi-billion dollar scams under UPA 2, the inner workings of the NAC, and the truth behind all those cloak-and-dagger foreign trips Sonia Gandhi takes.
The truth, as I said, is that Ramachandra Guha has simply run out of things to castigate Modi for. If we observe the tone and tenor of Guha’s piece, we find a clear mixture of apology, illogic, irrelevance, and vacuity. It’s equally clear that he can no longer write about Modi the way wrote in 2011. The nation awaits Narendra Modi and Guha in a way senses this in the same way he senses that there’s really nothing he can do about it. But the truth is elsewhere, and it has escaped Guha.
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Is this writer crazy, was the act of abolishing privy purses an act of supreme betrayal?????? Or is it that the writer is hallucinated?? Give the respect where it is due, Personally i think that IG did a fine job as far as the privy purses are concerned.
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Postby Klaus » 12 Feb 2013 01:28

[quote="Sushupti"][/quote]

Question is whether a single term of a positively centre-right (assuming it is NaMo) government is sufficient to begin to address all of these prickly issues?

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Postby vera_k » 12 Feb 2013 08:57

In trying to push the pace of modernization ,Indira Gandhi was India's Mao, except a gentler version with fewer mass casualties.

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Postby Arjun » 12 Feb 2013 09:28

Let the next generation of leaders take charge

Agree with Sandhya Jain here...I think its time to build on the SRCC address and build a campaign strategy that is focused on the message of optimism, development and hope that he delivered so successfully.

Also, as Sandhya stresses - time to kick retards like Togadia out and make the RSS take a back-seat. Exactly what Modi was anyway doing in Gujarat...

The BJP's old guard should allow the Rajnath Singh-Narendra Modi duo to decide the party's new team and evolve a contemporary agenda centered round the concepts of ‘artha' and ‘su-raj'

VHP leader Praveen Togadia’s tasteless response to Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen legislator Akbaruddin Owaisi was not so much a warning in case the latter instigated communal mischief as an open indictment of his bête noire Narendra Modi for alleged complicity in the Gujarat riots of 2002.

Using Mr Owaisi’s ‘remove the police’ boast as a peg, Mr Togadia bragged that police were absent in Nellie (Assam), Bhagalpur (Bihar), and Meerut, Moradabad (Uttar Pradesh). Exulting over the mayhem in these riots (where the Sangh Parivar was not involved), he gloated that in Gujarat, “the police was there, and what happened?” It’s hard to be more blatant.

As India lurches towards fresh elections, of which the sudden hanging of Parliament attack accused Afzal Guru is an indicator, the BJP and the RSS will have to decide if they are sincere about seizing power at the Centre. If RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat considers the Gujarat Chief Minister a friend and feels that the BJP alone must decide its prime ministerial candidate, he must ensure that the Parivar does nothing to stymie the calibrated moves being made by party president Rajnath Singh and Mr Modi.


While detailing Gujarat’s impressive strides in all fields, Mr Modi cleverly unveiled his national ambitions with a dig at the Commonwealth Games and their unedifying spectacle of corruption and mismanagement. South Korea seduced the international market for its products when it successfully hosted the Olympic Games in 1988. Japan is rousing national pride and preparedness in the run-up to the Olympics it will host in 2020; that is how nations avail of opportunities. But when India hosted the Commonwealth Games even the organisers did not know why! In contrast to the Delhi Government’s shoddy management of the Games, Gujarat built the country’s largest convention centre in just 162 days.

A word of caution is in order. The BJP cannot corner the Congress-UPA for the multiple scams that have ruined the economy if leading lawyers in the party accept the high profile accused of those scandals as clients! Mr Singh will have to crackdown on this, or the party will be a laughing stock. In a similar situation, the Congress’ Kerala unit had forced a prominent MP to surrender the brief from lottery agents when the party was seeking a ban on lotteries.

Finally, given the growing pressure on Mr Modi to apologise (admit culpability) for the 2002 riots, it bears reiterating that a grave provocation (Godhra train burning of innocent men, women and children) preceded this outburst of public anger. Hence no apology is necessary, or desirable

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Postby VikramS » 12 Feb 2013 10:12

https://twitter.com/dhume01/status/301176447006035968
India raises an army of Twitter shills | "They have to agree to work under the supervision of the social media cell." http://www.deccanherald.com/content/311 ... -anti.html

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Postby nawabs » 12 Feb 2013 10:32

Allahabad stampede: Mulayam, Akhilesh to arrive today

http://zeenews.india.com/news/uttar-pra ... 28521.html
The Chief Minister could not visit the victims even several hours after the incident as he was busy with his cousin's marriage.Some of the state ministers were also present with Akhilesh at his cousin's marriage.

The Uttar Pradesh government on Monday denied any lapses on its part in connection with the stampede at the Allahabad railway station on Sunday.

"We all know who is to at fault for this incident," said Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, who is expected to visit Allahabad this morning.Azam Khan, a senior cabinet minister in his government, resigned as the head of Kumbh Mela Management Committee "on moral grounds."

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Postby member_20317 » 12 Feb 2013 11:50

Togadia is the reason why someone said - Duvidha mein dono gaye Maya mili na Ram.

His adamant behaviour in trying to hold the Sadhu Samaj captive to his whims has to be addressed.

We need an Indra to free up all the knowledge from the clutches of Vritra.

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Postby Aditya_V » 12 Feb 2013 13:50

Togadia job is make sure that all secular CT's look real.

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Postby vijayk » 12 Feb 2013 18:03

I wonder if the CONS knowing fully that they might lose, they are encouraging their proxies in the media, Pakistan and Kasmir to make the situation worse for Modi if he gains power. Imagine in 2014, US will leave afghan, pakis will get full support from massa. May be they are laying the foundation for a worsening situation. The hindu, undieTV, dhoti Roys are singing the same tune as Yasin malik and Paki turds. You have to be afraid when the traitors, Pakis, ISI areal. On the same page.

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Postby Sushupti » 12 Feb 2013 18:27

Modi sweep: Muslim majority town elects all BJP candidates

http://news.oneindia.in/2013/02/12/modi ... 48339.html

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Postby RamaY » 12 Feb 2013 18:38

Sushupti wrote:
Modi sweep: Muslim majority town elects all BJP candidates

http://news.oneindia.in/2013/02/12/modi ... 48339.html


It gave tickets to Muslims too. Takes wind out of why didn't NM give any Muslims tickets...

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Postby Hari Seldon » 12 Feb 2013 20:17

An open letter to NM

Brilliant. Not just empty rah-rah but concerete steps that are the need of the hour. v nicely done.

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Postby fanne » 12 Feb 2013 20:40

You would be hard pressed to find news of BJP Victory in Gujarat Municipality. It is either not reported or reported in the inner pages.
Savour it -
http://www.business-standard.com/articl ... 390_1.html

On February 10 election for a total of 1921 seats across 76 municipalities in the state were held and its results were declared on Tuesday by the State Election Commission. An average 75 percent turnout was registered during the voting held for the 76 municipalities on Sunday. As per the results announced by State Election Commission (SEC) on Tuesday, the BJP won 1153 seats, while the Congress had managed victory in 447 seats. Independent candidates have won 290 seats while NCP has got 13 seats, followed by Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) with 13 seats and Samajwadi Party (SP) with two seats. The fall of the Congress has been drastic as its seat has come down to 447 from 608 during the previous elections. Also, the party which controlled 20 municipalities, will now have only seven municipalities under its control.

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Postby member_20317 » 12 Feb 2013 20:53

Sushupti wrote:
Modi sweep: Muslim majority town elects all BJP candidates

http://news.oneindia.in/2013/02/12/modi ... 48339.html



Salaya town 27 seats all taken by Modi lead BJP.

The minorities elsewhere should also take up Modi as a genuine option. He got 24 muslims to fight the election. That means he can build up leadership within the Muslim community too. A situation considerably better then mere Narebazzi of Kongis and their B Teams.

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Postby vijayk » 12 Feb 2013 21:26

^^^^ But but but are there any non-veg restaurants in these areas? Curious intellectual minds at undieTV and IBN want to know? Are these people allowed to eat meat? Are they Muslim enough? Will they blast some bombs and join hands with eye yes eye if necessary? Are they ready to bash koomunal Modi and Aaar Yes Yes or Bee Jay Pee? If not, they are not Muslim enough.

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Postby ramana » 12 Feb 2013 21:28

Rajsunder,
A few facts:

- The Princes were assured of Privy purses in perpetuity in exchange for acceding to the Union of India.
- The Princes as a whole lot were in Swatantra Party which was the principal opposition party in Lok Sabha. Very few were in INC.

So Mrs IG cancelling the privy purses was a political move and did earn her plaudits from the masses who were also fed up with the high lifestyle of the Princes.

OTH it showed that GOI would break promises with the weak and is thus not a reliable agent in India.

When the PP was abolished I too thought wow what a progressive move and end of the feudal age. But as I grow older I realize a promise was broken and a new feudal dynasty was taking power. That move was not progressive, but the first of a series of regressive steps by INC to usher in DIEnastic rule.

Unlike the Princes who got their yearly stipend, the INC DIEnasty has parked all its loot abroad and can live for generations on that loot which is beyond any future politicians hands. That loot is the INC Privy Purse in perpetuity.

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Postby vijayk » 12 Feb 2013 22:24

^^^ +++++++++++++++++++ Thanks Ramanagaru! Could not have been more clear and precise response.

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Postby pentaiah » 12 Feb 2013 23:10

Also the money behind political party had to come from few rich who could spare a dime a dozen.
The congress at that time had GD Birla, Goenkas and mercantile elite
Mrs Gandhi was not sure if she could hold on to those with out striking at the weakest link to show who was the boss.
Remember the US and USSR were waging world wide proxy war and india was no exception
Pilo modi of Swatantra party came to Loksabha wearing I Am CIA medallion.

CIA the darling of the capitalist and also acting on UK s behalf supported ant IG groups like the princes etc.
Mrs IG in order align herself with CPI CPM and other splinter party groups some what like current UPA drama had to do the nationalization.
IG wa way too far ahead in poly tricks and diplomacy
She proved her self far superior to dick Nixon and kissing her

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Postby Ankit Desai » 13 Feb 2013 00:39

Video:Another Modi sweep: with 24 Muslim candidates, BJP wins big

Shielding of Gandhi family from making public statement , from appearing to press conference/media contact or from taking any position in ministry hurting bad to Congress.

It was an advantage when congress came to power in 2004, now it is boomerang effect. People want personal contact with their leader, princely behavior won't help any one.

-Ankit

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Postby vijayk » 13 Feb 2013 01:16

^^ Young&Liberal India ... Take a look.. Modi is bringing Muslims to mainstream thru development not using appeasement, Osama look-a-likes or supporting terrorists/Pakis/IM or visiting Pakistan. All development. All equal treatment.

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Postby vijayk » 13 Feb 2013 01:25

Sushupti wrote:
Modi sweep: Muslim majority town elects all BJP candidates

http://news.oneindia.in/2013/02/12/modi ... 48339.html


Among BJP's 27 candidates, 24 were Muslims while remaining three were Hindus including one Scheduled Tribe (ST) candidate.



So.... Hmmmmmm... Are you telling me that he did not give any ticket to Christians? That's why we call him kommunal :lol:

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Postby SaiK » 13 Feb 2013 01:49

Modi can learn something from Obama, and how he influenced khan fauj.
timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/us/No-surrender-Obama-was-ready-to-rain-hell-on-Pakistan-during-bin-Laden-raid/articleshow/18472050.cms The commando also makes known his admiration for the President: That was the one time in my life I was thinking, I am f**king voting for this guy. I had a picture of him lying in bed at night, thinking, You're not f***king with my guys. Like, he's thinking about us.


I wished one of these guys were killed and encircled by pakis.. f**king raining hell on pakis.

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Postby vijayk » 13 Feb 2013 01:57

http://www.niticentral.com/2013/02/modi ... ative.html

I am told that a new word has been coined in social media – Modivation — after Narendra Modi’s speech to about 2,000 students at SRCC on Wednesday afternoon.


When have we last heard a speech by a politician that talks about aspiration, growth, pride in our country, opportunity, prosperity, rapid growth in agriculture, water tables rising, the country’s strengths and the world market? Must have been decades back. And he linked all this to the work his Government has done in Gujarat; it was not empty promises regarding what he was going to do, but things he had already done and achieved. No wonder it was lapped up by people across the country, as was evident during the televised talk shows later that same evening. In spite of the attempts by various anchors to talk about the alleged polarising presence of Modi, it is obvious that he is fast turning out to be a unifying force for millions. To be honest, Modi is perhaps only as polarising as, say, Sonia Gandhi.


Rashid Alvi, Congress leader, said that there was nothing new about Narendra Modi’s emphasis on IT and the credit should go to Rajiv Gandhi. But Narendra Modi never claimed any credit for any IT revolution. He just mentioned that from a nation of snake charmers, we are now a nation that worships the ‘mouse’. Inadvertently, Rashid Alvi acknowledged that for over 20 years, the Congress has not had anything worthwhile to offer other than more of patronage, caste and religion-based divisions. No wonder the last 10 years have been a decade of jobless growth and now we are being told that FY13 GDP growth will be 5 per cent, lowest in the last decade.

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Re: Narendra Modi vs the Dynasty: Contrasting Ideas of India

Postby vijayk » 13 Feb 2013 07:19

Few tweets from Albatrossinflight. I wonder why the UP Brahmins support Mulyam.

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Amidst all this, one good news, can now confirm 2 u from the #Kumbh (unofficially): 9/13 Akharas have decided 2 campaign 4 NaMO's leadership

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One important reason for BJP to build a broader coalition of OBCs in UP for the upcoming LS polls is the finicky nature of Brahmin vote

Jus 2 days & am amazed by the Brahminical capacity 2 reinvent, in changed political scenarios; today UP B's r Akhilesh's foremost patrons

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Re: Narendra Modi vs the Dynasty: Contrasting Ideas of India

Postby Sushupti » 13 Feb 2013 07:36

vijayk wrote:Few tweets from Albatrossinflight. I wonder why the UP Brahmins support Mulyam.

Albatrossinflight ‏@albatrossinfo
Amidst all this, one good news, can now confirm 2 u from the #Kumbh (unofficially): 9/13 Akharas have decided 2 campaign 4 NaMO's leadership

Albatrossinflight ‏@albatrossinfo
One important reason for BJP to build a broader coalition of OBCs in UP for the upcoming LS polls is the finicky nature of Brahmin vote

Jus 2 days & am amazed by the Brahminical capacity 2 reinvent, in changed political scenarios; today UP B's r Akhilesh's foremost patrons


One more generations of NCERT and Upper caste all over India will be ripe for conversion to Xianity.


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