Narendra Modi vs the Dynasty: Contrasting Ideas of India

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Postby SaiK » 13 May 2014 19:50

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that agile look of the black cat with mp7 should gives us a lot of confidence to break the evm magic and disruption of the evil forces.

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Postby panduranghari » 13 May 2014 19:54

Karan M wrote:how i hope modi takes apart the entire corrupt INC cabal, piece by piece.


He will first hang INC. Once the head separates, he will draw the body in two directions and eventually he will quarter whatever remains. All using the court system onlee.

I was reading Financial times. They have 3 farticles, leading world news section on Modi and elections. Instead of making you suffer these painful dissections, a few points for your perusal
- NaMo bad for Muslims Christians
Hindus don't know what they are doing
Political compulsions will move NaMo away from RSS
RSS will force their agenda
Hindu strengthening is just a fad and will due out due to globalisation


And the same rehashed arguments about foetuses pulled out etc.

Another farticle is hoping NaMo stays out of power by cobbled coalition of napunsaks.

One thing I noted while listening to the commentary on the big red bus tour of London- without the mention of the royal family there is not much of history in London.

Coincidentally, there is nothing these WASPs understand about India except what their congi viceroys have been allowed to tell the world about India.

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Postby Frederic » 13 May 2014 19:59

Shamlee wrote:I hope the baby resembles her and not Diggy. How could this lady fall for him? Was it power and position that attracted her?



Hypergamy madam, pure and simple.

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Postby negi » 13 May 2014 20:01

kutte ke bhi din hote hain.

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Postby Lisa » 13 May 2014 20:14

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-27387331

I obviously cannot see. Please help. Article from the BBC on India relating to Modi without the words,

"Controversial"
"Right Wing"
"Riots"
"900+ mostly muslim"
"Althoght the courts........."

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Postby SaiK » 13 May 2014 20:31

negi wrote:kutte ke bhi din hote hain.

business class kutta or coolie class like me?

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Postby chaanakya » 13 May 2014 20:35

Lt Gen Dalbir Singh appointed as next army chief

So congis go ahead and announce the next army chief.
A third-generation soldier, Dalbir Singh will succeed General Bikram Singh who is retiring on July 31. The defence ministry on Monday had sent his name to the Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) for approval. The 59-year-old general's name was sent to the PM-headed ACC, hours after the election commission allowed the government to go ahead with the appointment.

The issue had assumed political colours in recent weeks but the crisis ended after the BJP – which had earlier opposed the appointment – softened its stand, as first reported by HT on May 3.

The move ends weeks of suspense over whether the incumbent UPA government – at the end of its tenure – would name the new chief in accordance with the well-established principle of seniority.

The EC had given the government permission to proceed with making top appointments on March 27. But the ministry sought the poll panel's opinion on the matter again two weeks ago to make its case watertight.

Though the BJP had earlier moved the EC to prevent the government from announcing the army chief, the party later climbed down from its position with a top leader saying that the party had no problems with appointments where there was little scope for the political executive to use its discretion.


Dalbir Singh, who hails from Bishan village in Haryana's Jhajjar district, will serve as the army chief for two years and five months. A stickler for fitness, Dalbir Singh is known to go for a 10-km run daily and his hobbies include horse-riding and golf.

The Indian Peace Keeping Force operation was one of the defining moments of his 40-year career. His unit was one of the first to be inducted in Sri Lanka in 1987 but suffered more than 20 casualties including the commanding officer and a company commander.

Though posted at the Indian Military Academy in Dehradun as an instructor at the time, Dalbir Singh volunteered to join his unit in Sri Lanka and was in Jaffna within 24 hours of the tragedy hitting his unit.

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Postby SaiK » 13 May 2014 20:36

kala angrez! what else they would do.

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Postby chaanakya » 13 May 2014 20:42

After exit poll predictions, Congress leaders jump to Rahul's defence


NEW DELHI: Congress leaders on Tuesday threw a protective shield around party vice president Rahul Gandhi against the predicted rout in the elections and went on to say that he will remain their leader for the future.

Reacting to exit poll predictions of Narendra Modi-led NDA government in the making, they sought to suggest that Rahul was never part of the UPA government and Manmohan Singh-led government was not able to convey to the people its programmes and the work done.

The Congress leaders who came out to bat for Rahul included Jairam Ramesh, Kamal Nath and Salman Khurshid.

"All this discussion is absurd. Rahul Gandhi is our leader and he will remain our leader in good and bad times," said Khurshid, the minister for external affairs.

Rubbishing the exit poll predictions which gave Congress very poor numbers, he said,

"Be that as it may, he (Rahul) is our leader. We repose faith in him. He will lead us from the front, he will tell us if something has to be told and something has to be advised."
:rotfl: :rotfl:

Ramesh, rural development minister, described Rahul as a "indefatigable" campaigner who toured all over the country and said, "Ultimately it is for the organisation to translate whatever positive impact Mr Gandhi or Mrs Gandhi's campaign has into electoral advantage."

Kamal Nath, urban development minister, also rejected suggestions that a likely poor show in the elections will be a reflection on Rahul's leadership, saying he was never a part of the UPA government.

He said the Manmohan Singh-led government was not able to convey to the people about its programmes and all the good work it was doing.

"Election results are a reflection on what people's perception of the government functioning was....To dismiss them (good work) and say we did nothing in 10 years is wrong. Rahul Gandhi was never part of the government," Nath said.


Contending that Congress party "collectively" chose Rahul Gandhi as their leader, Khurshid said, "We are not like the BJP that we pick and choose people in order to make sure that we can win an election or not. We take our leadership based on enormous amount of principle."

Hailing Rahul's effort in the electioneering, Ramesh said the poll campaigns for Congress party exists at four different levels, at the level of the candidate, district committee, the Pradesh Congress Committee and then the AICC.

"Mr Gandhi was an "indefatigable" campaigner...over 125 rallies he must have addressed in every nook and corner of the country. He bought spirit into our campaign. In his campaign where he not just took on Narendra Modi and BJP but he also articulated what the Congress party stood for,"
Ramesh told reporters during an interaction at Indian Womens Press Corps. And singlehandedly ensure BJP's unmatched win

The union minister said that Rahul Gandhi was the main campaigner although there were a lot of other people who were campaigning in pockets.

"Other than Sonia Gandhi, he was the pan India campaigner. Our campaign was at the multiple levels," he said.

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Postby sooraj » 13 May 2014 20:46

'PM' Narendra Modi vs Barack Obama – who will blink first?

http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/pm-narendra-modi-vs-barack-obama-%E2%80%93-who-will-blink-first_931790.html

And given his persona, the 'chai-walla' would not bend an inch to help US hide its embarrassment. However, the US may still be able to work through the tangle because Modi as head of government would be eligible for the diplomatic visa.

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Postby BijuShet » 13 May 2014 20:54

Wiki : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toy_Story_characters
Squeeze Toy Aliens / Little Green Men
The Squeeze Toy Aliens, also known as Little Green Men (or "LGMs") in Buzz Lightyear of Star Command television series, are a series of green, three-eyed rubber aliens. They could squeak and are a part of Andy's toys after the events of Toy Story 2. Though at first glance it's not clear whether they are male or female, they are identified in the third film by Mr. Potato Head as "[his] boys," meaning all three are male.

In Toy Story, Buzz finds a giant claw game in Pizza Planet, thinking that it is the spaceship Woody was talking about, along with the "Ready To Launch" sign. When Buzz jumps in the spaceship, he sees hundreds of them. When Buzz asks who is in charge, the Little Green Men say 'the claw'. The claw belongs in the machine; the Little Green Men say that the claw will decide who will go and who will stay. When Woody spots Sid at Pizza Planet, he gets in the machine and tries to grab Buzz. As he does, Sid gets a Little Green Man, which makes Sid realize there is a Buzz Lightyear when Buzz is under the Little Green Man who got chosen. Woody pulls Buzz's legs so he does not get taken by Sid, but the Little Green Men bring Buzz, with Woody hanging on Buzz's feet, to get chosen, saying they must not fight the claw. As a result, Woody, Buzz, and the Little Green Man get taken to Sid's house. Sid gives the Little Green Man to his dog, Scud, as he grabs and chews it apart, making Woody and Buzz watch in horror. Near the end of the movie, the Little Green Man who was previously torn apart by Scud is seen to be intact, and it helps Woody try to scare Sid by getting out of Scud's food bowl and walking like a zombie toward Sid.


Compare the bolded behaviour to the Hand leaders who are now defending RaGa.

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Postby chaanakya » 13 May 2014 20:55

President having consultations with legal experts


NEW DELHI: President Pranab Mukherjee has held consultations with legal luminaries and constitutional experts on the course to follow if the Lok Sabha elections throw up hung verdict.

Fali Nariman, Soli Sorabjee and Solicitor General Mohan Parasaran were among others whose views were sought by the President last week.

The meetings, days ahead of the results, are being linked to the government formation exercise in which the President will play a pivotal role, especially if no party or pre-poll alliance gets 272 seats.

If a party or alliance gets a clear majority, the President's role is limited to formally inviting that party or alliance.

Counting of votes for all the 543 Lok Sabha constituencies will be taken up on Friday after the five-week long marathon elections to the 16th Lok Sabha drew to a close on Monday.

Election results are traditionally presented to the President by the Election Commission once the counting exercise is over, which takes a day or two after the declaration of results.

Rashtrapati Bhavan is, meanwhile, gearing itself to media rush which is expected after the results are out on Friday.

A tent has been erected in a corner of the forecourt of majestic complex to accommodate reporters and camera persons who are expected to descend in hordes there.

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Postby SaiK » 13 May 2014 20:56

the most imminent events are those haaths that deserved to severed.

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Postby chaanakya » 13 May 2014 20:58

http://www.openthemagazine.com/article/ ... us-quoists

You admirers say that this is the ‘revenge of an outsider’...
I have humble roots. I was born in a poor family. Now I am the Chief Minister of a prosperous state in India, but my mother takes an auto-rickshaw to the polling booth on the day of voting. There are no hangers-on or durbaris.

Look at what’s happening in the Capital; Delhi is being controlled by a cabal that has vested interests in the status quo. I will break the status quo. That must be making them uncomfortable and prompting them to level unsubstantiated charges against me.


What will be the focus of your foreign policy? Will the new government look East or look West?
I will look at India. What is in her self- interest will be India’s foreign policy.


What are your plans for Varanasi?

It is the call of Ma Ganga that brought me to Varanasi. My first priority will be the cleaning up of the Ganga.

If achieves any of the three, India will be forever indebted to NaMO.

Break the Delhi Cabal
Nation's interest in Foreign policy
Cleaning Ganga in Varanasi.

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Postby Prasad » 13 May 2014 21:00

Cleaning up the Ganga is very closely related to the environment ministry and the pollution control board. Enable them and you'll have a clean ganga in a few years!

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Postby Raja Bose » 13 May 2014 21:04

chaanakya wrote:After exit poll predictions, Congress leaders jump to Rahul's defence

Contending that Congress party "collectively" chose Rahul Gandhi as their leader, Khurshid said, "We are not like the BJP that we pick and choose people in order to make sure that we can win an election or not. We take our leadership based on enormous amount of principle."


:rotfl: :rotfl: Principle onlee, no interest? :lol:

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Postby SaiK » 13 May 2014 21:15

hello mullah! there are no interests in sharia law nor in black money setups!
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Postby chaanakya » 13 May 2014 21:15

Obviously they have no interest, that is governed by Foreign masters.

On a different note. UPA in Hyper active mode in its dying days.
Whistleblowers Protection Act gets President’s nod
Press Trust of India | New Delhi | May 13, 2014 8:22 pm



People who expose corruption in government or irregularities by public functionaries can now be free of any fear of victimisation. The Whistleblowers Protection Act, 2011, which provides a mechanism for protecting the identity of whistleblowers — a term given to people who expose corruption — got the assent of President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday. Gazettle notification of the Act was issued on Monday.

The Act also provides for a system to encourage people to disclose information about corruption or the wilful misuse of power by public servants, including ministers.

As per the law, a person can make a public interest disclosure on corruption before a competent authority — which is at present the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC). The government, by notification, can appoint any other body also for receiving such complaints about corruption, the Act says. The Act, however, lays down punishment of up to two years in prison and a fine of up to Rs 30,000 for false or frivolous complaints.

“Any person who makes a mala fide disclosure, knowing that it was incorrect or false or misleading, shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend up to two years as well as a fine which may extend up to Rs 30,000,” according to a gazette notification of the Act issued on Monday by the Ministry of Law and Justice.

The Act says that every disclosure shall be made in good faith and the person making the disclosure shall provide a personal declaration stating that he reasonably believes that the information disclosed by him and the allegation contained therein is substantially true.

Disclosures can be made in writing or by email or email message in accordance with the procedure as may be prescribed and contain full particulars and be accompanied by supporting documents, or other material, the Act states.

However, no action shall be taken on a disclosure if it does not indicate the identity of the complainant or public servant or if “the identity of the complainant or public servant is found to be incorrect”.

Information related to national security has been kept out of the purview of the Act. The Act is not applicable to Jammu and Kashmir, the armed forces and the Special Protection Group mandated to provide security to the Prime Minister and former prime ministers, among others.

The Whistleblowers Protection Bill was introduced on August 26, 2010. It was referred to a Parliamentary Standing Committee on September 16, 2010, which had given its report on June 9, 2011.

The Bill was passed by Lok Sabha on December 11, 2011 and by Rajya Sabha on February 21, 2014.

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Postby vishvak » 13 May 2014 21:18

Prasad wrote:Cleaning up the Ganga is very closely related to the environment ministry and the pollution control board. Enable them and you'll have a clean ganga in a few years!

There are a few more issues too. Foren monies are invited to clean up but then the monies end up in corruption and that does not end (goes on). Something similar to how ideas of tourism and may be other fads are developed just around holy places or create alternative secular(non Hindu) time pass to wean off people from daily lifestyle.

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Postby skaranam » 13 May 2014 21:31

chaanakya wrote:Lt Gen Dalbir Singh appointed as next army chief

So congis go ahead and announce the next army chief.


Can the good Lt. Gen. decline and say...he will wait until the new Govt. is in place?

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Postby chaanakya » 13 May 2014 21:32

Yeah he can.

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Postby Dilbu » 13 May 2014 21:33

NaMo will lose onlee. :(( :(( :((

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Postby vic » 13 May 2014 21:43

Rahul Gandhi is NOT soley responsible for UPA tally because other UPA leaders also helped him. If Dumbo was given a free hand then UPA tally would have been ZERO.

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Postby Ashok Sarraff » 13 May 2014 21:44

Rahul Gandhi is an invaluable asset--for BJP. I am sure NaMo will ensure that no harm comes to Rahul and that he is the supreme leader in 2019 and beyond.

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Postby SaiK » 13 May 2014 21:47

are you guys nuts? how can you imagine kangrez without a gandhi?

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Postby rajsunder » 13 May 2014 22:05

Rahul Mehta wrote:Bad morning everyone,

The interview of NaMo as taken by paid-Arnab was 100% fixed.

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/news/india/ ... 841209.cms

It was meant to show as if paid-Arnab is aggressively asking tough questuons. But each questions were easy and framed so that NaMo can have easy escape.

eg consider consider the case of NaMo giving almost free land to Adani.


paid-Arnab compared land given to Adani in Kutch to land given to Tata near Ahmedabad, which makes it easy for NaMo to have a good answer. Next , when NaMo cited that Congress had given land for lower rates, paid-Arnab didnt cross question as "then whats the difference between you and congress?". And finally, paid-Arnab made no reference such as "was auction of land held?", "were others allowed to bid"? "may be others would have offered ten times the money than Adani did" !! IOW, paid-Arnab covered the FACT that NaMo has been giving out land without auction for dirt cheap.



Did not have the patience to read all of the post. The only thing that u are missing is that the land was given for a port, which was approved by central government, not NaMo.

How can u auction the land, if there is only one company that is approved for the port wants that land?????
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Postby putnanja » 13 May 2014 22:31

Raja Bose wrote:
chaanakya wrote:After exit poll predictions, Congress leaders jump to Rahul's defence

Contending that Congress party "collectively" chose Rahul Gandhi as their leader, Khurshid said, "We are not like the BJP that we pick and choose people in order to make sure that we can win an election or not. We take our leadership based on enormous amount of principle."


:rotfl: :rotfl: Principle onlee, no interest? :lol:


The principle states that "any Gandhi family member will be our leader".

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Postby sudarshan » 13 May 2014 22:45

Any news on that alleged hotel in N. Delhi which had an entire floor occupied by foreign journalists, agents, and mischief makers? Are the vacancy rates up in that hotel?

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Postby pankajs » 13 May 2014 23:25

ABP News @abpnewstv · 59m

Sonia called shots on appointments and policies: New book http://www.abplive.in/election/2014/05/ ... 3JWJVOIy_0

New Delhi: After books by a former media adviser to the Prime Minister and a top bureaucrat, a member of the outgoing Planning Commission has added grist to the mill saying it was Sonia Gandhi who called the shots on all appointments and policies of UPA governments.

"Sonia Gandhi chose not to become Prime Minister when she led the party to a stunning victory in the national elections in 2004. Instead, she anointed a loyal technocrat, Dr Manmohan Singh, as prime minister, while she has called the shots on all important appointments and policies," Planning Commission Member Arun Maira has written in his book titled 'Redesigning the Aeroplane While Flying-Reforming Institutions'.

He further elaborated in the book: "Now her son Rahul Gandhi is being called upon to do his dynastic duty and lead the Congress party.

"Unfortunately, many other Indian political parties have also adopted similar autocratic and dynastic structures."

Maira regretted that sixty years after independence India's governance structures retain elements of the British Government of India like civil services and "monarchical political parties in place of the British monarchy".

Talking to the reporters after releasing his book at function here, Maira admitted that there was policy paralysis in the country and the situation has been bothering the investors, industrialists and citizens.

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Postby pankajs » 14 May 2014 00:10

shahid siddiqui ‏@shahid_siddiqui 2h

Good Cong is defending Rahul.Let him lead d party for next 5 yrs & no one will have to lift a finger to make India CongMukt.

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Postby Prem » 14 May 2014 00:25

putnanja wrote:
Raja Bose"quote="chaanakya wrote:[, Congress leaders jump to Rahul's defence[/url] :rotfl: :rotfl: Principle onlee, no interest? :lol:
The principle states that "any Gandhi family member will be our leader".


Sexually Transmitted Leadership for Khandani Sexually Transmitted Chamchas. Xongres not a political party but JL Hexfner's play party @10 Sampath.

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Postby vivek.rao » 14 May 2014 01:06

sudarshan wrote:Any news on that alleged hotel in N. Delhi which had an entire floor occupied by foreign journalists, agents, and mischief makers? Are the vacancy rates up in that hotel?


probably vacated by now...

The scums in the west realized by now that there is no more traitors/looters/scammers/puppets in charge.

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/ls-el ... 140513.htm

American policy will have to reconsider its attitude toward India as India is going to attract more attention and America’s going to have to adjust to that administratively, politically and strategically -- which it has not so far.”

“The first task for Modi, if he becomes prime minister, would be to aggressively seek to transform India’s economy,” Cohen says.

For that, Cohen speculates, Modi might seek a close economic relationship with China and this could even lead to Beijing playing the role of a facilitator in resolving the India-Pakistan imbroglio, essentially marginalising the US.

“Modi has close relations with China, Japan, and South Korea, and bad relations with the US,” Cohen says. “I think he’s going to expand this into a strategic advantage for India --that is, he’s going to use the economic relationship he has with East Asia, especially China, to enhance India’s power and also in a sense, the original Nehruvian dream of India becoming one of the five-six major countries in the world.”

Cohen says that Modi would be ‘tougher toward China, but also more cooperative’. “He will use the new relationship with China to gain influence over Pakistan, over the US, and generally he will use the muscle that India becomes a military power as well as a talking power. That’s going to be his strategy.”

Unlike foreign policy analyst Strobe Talbott’s argument, who predicted continuity in India’s foreign policy, Cohen says, “You will see major changes in the foreign policy.”


The danger for Modi as prime minister, Cohen declares, “Will be from his right and the belief, the theory that America and the United Kingdom are in a conspiracy against India trying to undercut India by being anti-Hindu. They cite The Economist editorial and so forth, saying that there is a plot led by Western missionaries to really attack Hinduism and India. So there’s a danger of a backlash there as well. He will have to defend himself from his right and these extremists position, which is a totally incorrect interpretation of Western policy,” he concludes.


They also realize all the propaganda they were doing using fake liberal media has been noticed too.

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Postby IndraD » 14 May 2014 01:20

http://www.thedailystar.net/he-goes-out ... nity-24024

A Jaitley has never missed opportunity to get close to con mafia

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Postby arminius » 14 May 2014 01:20

Jhujar wrote:Sexually Transmitted Leadership for Khandani Sexually Transmitted Chamchas. Xongres not a political party but JL Hexfner's play party @10 Sampath.

I think Cong(I) is a Sexually Transmitted Disease but, mercifully, Dr. Narendra Modi is working on antidote.

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Postby sudarshan » 14 May 2014 01:50

vivek.rao wrote:
The danger for Modi as prime minister, Cohen declares, “Will be from his right and the belief, the theory that America and the United Kingdom are in a conspiracy against India trying to undercut India by being anti-Hindu. They cite The Economist editorial and so forth, saying that there is a plot led by Western missionaries to really attack Hinduism and India. So there’s a danger of a backlash there as well. He will have to defend himself from his right and these extremists position, which is a totally incorrect interpretation of Western policy,” he concludes.


They also realize all the propaganda they were doing using fake liberal media has been noticed too.


Ah-ha! Now it's in the open. Make the view mainstream, coin the term "Hindu-hater," and put these people on the back-foot. The game is just beginning.

Far from being an "incorrect interpretation," this is a cornerstone of Western policy, and not just in India.

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

Postby SaiK » 14 May 2014 02:08

Informed sources in the BJP said a Modi-led government would restructure at least half a dozen ministries. Indications are that a large and crucial Ministry like that of Home Affairs may be restructured with key divisions such as internal security, border management, Jammu and Kashmir and Centre-State relations getting more focussed attention. The effort will be to ensure better and seamless coordination between the Ministry and the Prime Minister’s Office.

There is a possibility of a total revamp of the National Development Council and the almost non-functional Inter-State Council. “If there is a discussion on national security, the Chief Ministers of border States like Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan and the north-eastern States are likely to be fully involved,”

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/a ... epage=true

Time to start a thread about GOOD GOVERNANCE!

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

Postby sivab » 14 May 2014 02:43

http://deshgujarat.com/2014/05/14/naren ... asantiben/

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Narendra Modi’s sister Vasantiben

A Gujarati news channel on Tuesday did a story on Narendra Modi’s sister. Vasantiben, Narendra Modi’s only sister lives in a small town Visnagar in north Gujarat. She spends her life like any other middle class woman in semi-urban Gujarat. She is married to retired LIC employee Hasmukhbhai. Vasantiben visits her brother Narendrabhai once every year in Gandhinagar on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan. She is confident that Narendrabhai will become Prime Minister. She says, in that case she will visit Delhi to tie Rakhi. Like Narendrabhai’s mother and brothers, Vasantiben also lives low profile life. When she walks on street for routine work, people hardly identify her as India’s most popular leader’s sister. Vasantiben says, when his brother took oath as Chief Minister for the first time, she had done Rajtilak on brother’s forehead, now he is all set to become the Prime Minister.


What a contrast to dienasty.

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

Postby RajeshA » 14 May 2014 02:44

sudarshan ji, vivek.rao ji,

some thoughts on "Hindu-hater" in the Bharatiya Thread

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

Postby sivab » 14 May 2014 03:04

Amit Shah @AmitShahOffice · 4h

There aren't multiple legal cases against me just 1 politically motivated case in which charges are yet to be framed

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Atul K Bhaskar ‏@Atulkbhaskar 4h

@AmitShahOffice Sir, don't be friendly w/ this man..within few minutes he attacked u many times! u sd hv heard his last words after u left.


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@Atulkbhaskar sub dhyaan me rehta hai, meri team video record karti hai

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