Narendra Modi vs the Dynasty: Contrasting Ideas of India

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Postby Hari Seldon » 25 Mar 2013 17:44

Modi to address captains of industry in West Bengal

Gujarat Chief Minister and senior BJP leader Narendra Modi is scheduled to address captains of industry in Kolkata on April nine in a special session and let the economically lagging West Bengal in on the Gujarat success story.

The meeting would be jointly organised by MCC Chamber of Commerce, Indian Chamber of Commerce and Bharat Chamber of Commerce.

A communique issued by MCC Chamber today said that Modi had been requested to share his ideas, strategy and suggestions for initiating a vibrant growth model.

Modi has also been requested to describe how he transferred Gujarat into a fastest-growing state in India for the last one decade.


Chweet. Now Mamtadi will find some excuse to stop this event from playing out. Left will help by calling a bandh on that day as well as the day before and after as well. Only. Yawn.

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Postby Sagar G » 25 Mar 2013 18:37

Hari Seldon wrote:Now Mamtadi will find some excuse to stop this event from playing out.


I want her to do it :twisted:

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Postby RamaY » 25 Mar 2013 19:21

HS garu,

The Juggernaut is on the move. NM is speaking to each individual constituency on a periodic basis (one group a month). The cancellation of Mar17 rally in Maha was done to save the face of Niku because if NM went ahead with his Maha rally, it would have been a media disaster for Niku (people will compare participation, speeches, location and what not).

And the genuine reason, Maha draught, sighted for the cancellation ensured that it doesnt spill in the wrong way.

Paid media tried to do its best by telling stories about intra-BJP conflicts as the reason for the cancellation, but people forget that nonsense in a week at the most.

Wait till NM starts speaking to four key constituencies
1. Farmers (Calling Farming an SMB industry, opening Banks for technology loans for small farms, Farm insurance, support prices, etc.,)
2. Women (Health, Education, Empowerment and so on)
3. Youth (education and employment)
4. Govt Employees (Same laws, same govt model, but effective governance. Authority with responsibility).

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Postby Sushupti » 25 Mar 2013 21:59

I am posting it in this thread because we know who is responsible for this change of heart.
Beat this: Vivekananda was a true communist
http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Koc ... 335140.ece

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Postby anmol » 25 Mar 2013 22:14

Mullah Mullayam is praising Advani's honesty.
BJD is open to alliance with BJP.. even Modi.
Nitish is providing funds to hindu temples.
Communists are praising Swami Vivekanand.

WTF is happening ? Honestly, exactly what have triggered that ?

I know answer is Modi, but is there some "data"(some survey) that they are relying on ?

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Postby Muppalla » 25 Mar 2013 22:22

There are a lot of surveys surely

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Postby Supratik » 25 Mar 2013 22:24

Don't get fooled by Communists appropriating Vivekananda. They only have a Hindu vote bank left in Kerala. If they loose it to the RSS they are permanently finished.

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Postby johneeG » 25 Mar 2013 22:34

anmol wrote:Mullah Mullayam is praising Advani's honesty.
BJD is open to alliance with BJP.. even Modi.
Nitish is providing funds to hindu temples.
Communists are praising Swami Vivekanand.

WTF is happening ? Honestly, exactly what have triggered that ?

I know answer is Modi, but is there some "data"(some survey) that they are relying on ?


Also add, TDP promising Brahmins something. It is also a strange development.

True. Amazing turn around.

I think the answer is: Rise of Internet Hindu. Internet Hindu means Middle class Hindu with technological access.
Middle-class means fair amount of education and empowerment.
Hindus means rooted to the local culture and religions.
Technological access means access to internet, TV, ...etc.

Even Modi's rise was due to the activity(online and offline) of this group. Of course, Modi is talented on his own, but without this kind of group, Modi could not have risen. And it is this group that is most viscerally hated by all the anti-Hindus and anti-nationals.

Middle-class has generally shown apathy towards the social and political situation because they did not have the hope to change. And they did not have the power or tools at their disposal to change. Any activity would put them in direct line of fire. But, with the rise of internet, middle class has found a tool to express themselves on various issues.

Also, the masses(poor and middle-classes) have been kept ignorant about many issues. With the rise of internet info on various issues is easily available. And instant communication modes have made transmitting and receiving info very easy. This has helped many people know to understand the issues better.

This phenomenon has largely been restricted to Towns and Cities only. Yet, there seems to be palpable reaction from the elites to this phenomenon. If this phenomenon spreads to villages, then the fun will start...

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Postby anchal » 25 Mar 2013 22:56

One has to give credit to DIEnasty for recognizing the mortal danger that the rise of free internet media poses to their thought policing. That's why they have switched on Twitter NREGA funds to the tune of 100 crores for singing praises to the Family. Not for nothing MEA keeps on taking social media. Just few days ago, he referred to the First Amendment of the Indian Constitution as justification for throttling the voice of free media. The darbaris sure know the significance of various instruments devised by the dynasty for protecting their own halo among the natives

Imagine a situation, a-dyed-in-the-secular-wool average Hindu comes on the internet and reads a story on the Times of India or a Dainik Jagran. He finds nothing wrong in the story e.g. "Government to soon review fast remedial for terror accused". Soon after, he glances at the comments and is horrified by the level of contradiction that hundreds of other people are liking and commenting upon. This is the greatest danger which will become bigger as internet spreads in the hinterland, which of course the system will keep from spreading

Although one can argue that social media is akin to an echo chember but each echo is relayed to dozens of other people. It is not for nothing that the Prince is not on Twitter or does not freely interact with his subjects. The Family knows their intellect. Now what social media has done is to show the mirror to Family's poodles. Who would have imagined a former SC judge, PCI Chairman, Padma award winning journalist, Noble laureates, eminent historians to be questioned, their arguments trashed and logical fallacies pointed out to them day and out! In 1990s; in my hamlet I remember listening to biased and agenda driven turd media like BBC Hindi with reverence next to a sermon from Kurukshetra by the Lord himself! How the times have changed! As gyanis say, these are the best of the times, these are the worst of the times

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Postby RamaY » 25 Mar 2013 23:01

I have been saying this for a long time.

As and when Hindu Bharat becomes self aware, self confident and self assertive all the RNIs will fall in place.

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Postby anchal » 25 Mar 2013 23:10

Social media thus weakens the levers that dynasty has owned since the beginning. Promoting a sycophants through ranks does not work, making him constitutional head does not work, showering Padmas does not work, misusing political differences to deny conferences does not work, planting stories in the media does not work since people themselves see media 'in it together', twisting history books does not work since people have started learning alternate versions, praising 'syncretic culture' amuses people since they experience the opposite of it every week in 21st century's India...one can go ON

Every foot soldier of the dynasty is paying back to their biggest benefactor. India now resembles what Chandni Chowk darbaris would have experienced in 1830s

That being said, dynasty is basically an idea which has thrived so far because of inherently feudal nature of the Hindu society. Every time someone uses family name, khandaan, surname to get an upper hand; this idea is validated. This idea has to be uprooted for true democracy to set in

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Postby Sushupti » 25 Mar 2013 23:15

TO THE POLLS…

Once bitten, the Congress’ allies are twice shy, and if the Bharatiya Janata Party becomes the number one party in the Lok Sabha, a third term for the United Progressive Alliance is ruled out.

How good the Bharatiya Janata Party does is dependent on how it approaches the polls and its post-election calculations. It is certain that Narendra Modi will not be declared the prime-minister candidate partly because of National Democratic Alliance considerations and since the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangha wants to avoid a Modi overkill. Such aides as he has are unhappy with his “excessive” television and internet exposure and want his mystique to continue till he is chosen prime minister by his party. That, in turn, depends on whether the Bharatiya Janata Party goes for the maximum contest in which seat-sharing with allies is minimal and perhaps adversarial in places or it bows to accommodate the interests of the National Democratic Alliance to a greater or the farthest degree.

The second situation would suit Lal Krishna Advani and Sushma Swaraj because either of them stands a better chance of being prime minister if the allies are elected in dominant numbers to dictate the PM choice to the Bharatiya Janata Party. The Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangha and the cadres of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Sangha Parivar would resent this denouement. They would prefer that the Bharatiya Janata Party contests in the maximum number of seats so that it becomes a party decision to choose the prime minister, in which case, Narendra Modi is the clear winner.

Currently, the situation of Narendra Modi vis-a-vis the party is that both sides wish to use the other’s strength, but Modi’s redeeming quality is that he is less keen on the prime ministership than in the opportunity that position brings to make paradigm changes in the Indian political economic system. But as prime minister, he will not genuflect before allies, and thus the people have to vote massively in his name for the Bharatiya Janata Party, and he has left that decision to the electorate.

So, after the fall of the United Progressive Alliance government, which is imminent, the attention will focus on how the Bharatiya Janata Party approaches the polls. It has a historic opportunity to arrest India’s precipitate slide under Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh by making maximum investments in the coming elections. It should know what to do for that.

http://www.newsinsight.net/Tothepolls%E ... age=page-1

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Postby ramana » 25 Mar 2013 23:27

I think SC has complicated the INC's posture by its Sanjay Dutt verdict. If he doesnt get the Governor's pardon which has to be recommended by the Maha CM, its unlikely he will get it after next elections. And right now its very touchy issue for the INC to recommend the Presidential pardon.
But having hanged Afzal Guru they might try to get SD pardoned for next elections.

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Postby anchal » 25 Mar 2013 23:35

If one goes by the usual rudali being sung by darbaris, it has probably been decided to pardon SD. He is after all a secular terrorist who had a thing to prove with the communal side. Media is also in sync, D4 is silent too, PCI Chairman is in full swing, Bollywood nautanki has prime time viewing...

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Postby anmol » 25 Mar 2013 23:39

Have Cong given up ? :-
Beni Prasad Varma again targets Mulayam, this time for praising Advani

BARABANKI: Union minister Beni Prasad Varma on Monday continued to target Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav, this time apparently over the latter's prising of L K Advani, saying a leader, whose party itself does not stick to the principles of truth, cannot be a truthful one.

The fresh remarks of Beni came two days after Mulayam, referring to Advani's comments on law and order in Uttar Pradesh, sought an improvement in governance saying Advani is a person who "never lies."

"Advani sahab says UP is in very bad state and corruption is rampant.... Now I have to assess the situation when a senior leader like Advani says such a thing. He never lies. He always speaks the truth, as I have said many times.... I'll go and meet him again," Mulayam had said in Lucknow on March 23.

Without taking any name, Beni questioned that "how can a leader, whose party never sticks to the truth, can never lie."

He further said that the statement points towards the political equations which may emerging in the time to come.

Admitting that scams did take place during the UPA rule, but said those who were involved, have been sent behind the bars.

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Postby RamaY » 25 Mar 2013 23:45

TO THE POLLS…
The future lies with the Bharatiya Janata Party.
By N.V. Subramanian (25 March 2013)

New Delhi: General elections before the end of the year are decisively indicated after the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam’s withdrawal from the United Progress Alliance government at the Centre and the Central Bureau of Investigation’s vindictive raid on the two Karunanidhi brothers. That such history could repeat with other allies of the government has been forcefully pointed out by Mulayam Singh Yadav’s son and the Samajwadi Party’s chief minister in Uttar Pradesh, Akhilesh Yadav. What should have also disconcerted the allies is the Congress party’s success in splitting the two Karunanidhi brothers, Stalin and Alagiri, and a similar fate could visit the others should they continue in the current alliance or join a future one.

The electoral verdict for the Congress in the general election will depend on the severity of the split with its alliance partners. There is one school of thinking that the Congress is reconciled to a low Lok Sabha tally of one hundred seats or less but would exercise every skullduggery to gain power again. The problem with this theory is that President Pranab Mukherjee is unlikely to go out of the way to swear in a Congress-led or Congress-backed government unless, impossibly, the party manages the single largest number of seats on its own. Also, much as the Congress may play the communal card to scare and draw potential allies of the Bharatiya Janata Party towards its fold once again, it may not be successful. Once bitten, the Congress’ allies are twice shy, and if the Bharatiya Janata Party becomes the number one party in the Lok Sabha, a third term for the United Progressive Alliance is ruled out.

How good the Bharatiya Janata Party does is dependent on how it approaches the polls and its post-election calculations. It is certain that Narendra Modi will not be declared the prime-minister candidate partly because of National Democratic Alliance considerations and since the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangha wants to avoid a Modi overkill. Such aides as he has are unhappy with his “excessive” television and internet exposure and want his mystique to continue till he is chosen prime minister by his party. That, in turn, depends on whether the Bharatiya Janata Party goes for the maximum contest in which seat-sharing with allies is minimal and perhaps adversarial in places or it bows to accommodate the interests of the National Democratic Alliance to a greater or the farthest degree.

The second situation would suit Lal Krishna Advani and Sushma Swaraj because either of them stands a better chance of being prime minister if the allies are elected in dominant numbers to dictate the PM choice to the Bharatiya Janata Party. The Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangha and the cadres of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Sangha Parivar would resent this denouement. They would prefer that the Bharatiya Janata Party contests in the maximum number of seats so that it becomes a party decision to choose the prime minister, in which case, Narendra Modi is the clear winner.

Currently, the situation of Narendra Modi vis-a-vis the party is that both sides wish to use the other’s strength, but Modi’s redeeming quality is that he is less keen on the prime ministership than in the opportunity that position brings to make paradigm changes in the Indian political economic system. But as prime minister, he will not genuflect before allies, and thus the people have to vote massively in his name for the Bharatiya Janata Party, and he has left that decision to the electorate.

So, after the fall of the United Progressive Alliance government, which is imminent, the attention will focus on how the Bharatiya Janata Party approaches the polls. It has a historic opportunity to arrest India’s precipitate slide under Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh by making maximum investments in the coming elections. It should know what to do for that.

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Postby Sanku » 25 Mar 2013 23:47

anchal wrote:If one goes by the usual rudali being sung by darbaris, it has probably been decided to pardon SD. He is after all a secular terrorist who had a thing to prove with the communal side. Media is also in sync, D4 is silent too, PCI Chairman is in full swing, Bollywood nautanki has prime time viewing...


BJP and Shiv Sena have come on media and quite vehmently asked for no pardon to be given.

Just for the record.

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Postby ramana » 26 Mar 2013 00:27

anchal Its not so easy with elections looming. So the INC wants the state governor to take the heat. But the governor needs the state CM to pardon and that could be a bad frog to swallow. Evryone who wants the pardon has their own axe to grind:vote bank appeasement, old debts to Sunil Dutt which has already been paid by the change from TADA to Arms Act charges and underworld pressure.

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Postby dhruvM » 26 Mar 2013 00:49

Washington Post on the NaMo phenomenon

Do notice the spiteful tone. IMHO Unkil and Co would hope that someone scuttles NaMo's chances of becoming PM. He is the only man who can take Bharat somewhat close to Cheen levels (of income and clout). Otherwise we're all doomed onlee.


If Indians were to vote against corruption, a slowing economy and weak leadership in the 2014 national elections — all that urban middle-class Indians are roiled by — controversial Hindu nationalist politician Narendra Modi could win the office of prime minister hands down.
But Modi’s political journey from Gujarat to New Delhi faces hurdles from within his Bharatiya Janata Party and from its allies.
Many Indians vote along caste, religious and regional lines but ignore corruption, giving small regional parties powerful leverage.
In the absence of official party rallies, Modi, apparently unwilling to wait for a green light, has begun an independent speaking tour of sorts.
“A pan-India momentum is building around Modi. It would be unfair and churlish not to recognize that,” said political commentator Ashok Malik, referring to Modi’s popularity with the urban middle class. “Even those who are not in his favor in the party grudgingly accept that Modi is the best card they can play.”
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Postby Prem » 26 Mar 2013 00:56

RamaY wrote:I have been saying this for a long time.
As and when Hindu Bharat becomes self aware, self confident and self assertive all the RNIs will fall in place.


Internet Hindus are the new Hanuman in this new Ramayan. The messge is being delievered by IH to Bharatmata impriosned by the Commie- Ravangress. Asur Saanghar have been partially succesful and now only few of the inner coterie of Ravanogress left in good standing. Time to remove the Ravanous heads starting with RNI head, PS head, Die head,Dhiimi head ,Crony Head, Corrupt head, Greedy head,Idiotic head and main treacherous head repetedly betraying and undemining the national cohesion among sons of soil. Modi will do teh final Dush Hara by soaking the necter of money and the patronage of outside power centres.

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Postby Sushupti » 26 Mar 2013 01:08

dhruvM wrote:Washington Post on the NaMo phenomenon

Do notice the spiteful tone. IMHO Unkil and Co would hope that someone scuttles NaMo's chances of becoming PM. He is the only man who can take Bharat somewhat close to Cheen levels (of income and clout). Otherwise we're all doomed onlee.


If Indians were to vote against corruption, a slowing economy and weak leadership in the 2014 national elections — all that urban middle-class Indians are roiled by — controversial Hindu nationalist politician Narendra Modi could win the office of prime minister hands down.
But Modi’s political journey from Gujarat to New Delhi faces hurdles from within his Bharatiya Janata Party and from its allies.
Many Indians vote along caste, religious and regional lines but ignore corruption, giving small regional parties powerful leverage.
In the absence of official party rallies, Modi, apparently unwilling to wait for a green light, has begun an independent speaking tour of sorts.
“A pan-India momentum is building around Modi. It would be unfair and churlish not to recognize that,” said political commentator Ashok Malik, referring to Modi’s popularity with the urban middle class. “Even those who are not in his favor in the party grudgingly accept that Modi is the best card they can play.”


Looking at the headline, Atlanticist bias towards Hindus and BJP is healthy and ever strong.

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Postby vijayk » 26 Mar 2013 03:25

http://greatandhra.com/viewnews.php?id= ... 15&scat=16
Apparently disappointed with the poor public image of her son Rahul Gandhi, Congress president Sonia Gandhi is said to be planning to promote her daughter Priyanka Gandhi as her heir apparent.

According to reports from New Delhi, Sonia has reportedly decided to field Priyanka from Rae Bareli parliamentary constituency in Uttar Pradesh in the next elections. The constituency is presently being represented by Sonia, who will not be contesting the next elections due to her ill-health.

Hitherto, Priyanka had not evinced much interest in politics, except being a star campaigner for the party. Though Sonia has been encouraging Rahul Gandhi as the next prime ministerial candidate, he has proved a good for nothing character so far. While the party lost miserably wherever he campaigned, he could prove no match for Narendra Modi, the probable Prime Ministerial candidate for the NDA. And he has reluctantly taken up the job of AICC vice-president and has refused to be identified as PM candidate.

Under these circumstances, Sonia thought there would be no other option but to rope Priyanka into the active politics. In the last couple of months, Priyanka had made frequent visits to Rae Bareli and held meetings with the Congress party workers. May be Sonia is thinking that Priyanka’s resemblances with Indira Gandhi would bring back the glory to the party in UP, say sources.

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Postby RoyG » 26 Mar 2013 03:39

^^I had said this before. We should watch out for her.

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Postby vijayk » 26 Mar 2013 03:52

anmol wrote:Mullah Mullayam is praising Advani's honesty.
BJD is open to alliance with BJP.. even Modi.
Nitish is providing funds to hindu temples.
Communists are praising Swami Vivekanand.

WTF is happening ? Honestly, exactly what have triggered that ?

I know answer is Modi, but is there some "data"(some survey) that they are relying on ?


We are in alternate universe created by a tear in the time-space continuum.

What next? May be in this universe Bill Clinton spurns the advances of young woman :rotfl:

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Postby vijayk » 26 Mar 2013 04:04

Let me tell you one thing. As the election approaches and these people look at the ground situation, they will all make even pre-poll adjustments.

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Postby ashashi » 26 Mar 2013 04:31

Sushupti wrote:
dhruvM wrote:Washington Post on the NaMo phenomenon

Do notice the spiteful tone. IMHO Unkil and Co would hope that someone scuttles NaMo's chances of becoming PM. He is the only man who can take Bharat somewhat close to Cheen levels (of income and clout). Otherwise we're all doomed onlee.

Looking at the headline, Atlanticist bias towards Hindus and BJP is healthy and ever strong.


The article is written by one Rama Lakshmi (presumably an Indian pseudo secular) and published by the liberal news paper, thats all.

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Postby ramana » 26 Mar 2013 04:34

Wheels are turning!!!

Nancy Powell meets rajnath Singh pitches for FDI in retail and offers to give presentation on US pullout from Afghanistan

Isn't that for the ruling government?

Rajnath Singh says no to FDI as it would affect the small town traders.

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Postby Yogi_G » 26 Mar 2013 07:28

vijayk wrote:http://greatandhra.com/viewnews.php?id=45086&cat=15&scat=16
Apparently disappointed with the poor public image of her son Rahul Gandhi, Congress president Sonia Gandhi is said to be planning to promote her daughter Priyanka Gandhi as her heir apparent.

According to reports from New Delhi, Sonia has reportedly decided to field Priyanka from Rae Bareli parliamentary constituency in Uttar Pradesh in the next elections. The constituency is presently being represented by Sonia, who will not be contesting the next elections due to her ill-health.

Hitherto, Priyanka had not evinced much interest in politics, except being a star campaigner for the party. Though Sonia has been encouraging Rahul Gandhi as the next prime ministerial candidate, he has proved a good for nothing character so far. While the party lost miserably wherever he campaigned, he could prove no match for Narendra Modi, the probable Prime Ministerial candidate for the NDA. And he has reluctantly taken up the job of AICC vice-president and has refused to be identified as PM candidate.

Under these circumstances, Sonia thought there would be no other option but to rope Priyanka into the active politics. In the last couple of months, Priyanka had made frequent visits to Rae Bareli and held meetings with the Congress party workers. May be Sonia is thinking that Priyanka’s resemblances with Indira Gandhi would bring back the glory to the party in UP, say sources.



One more intellectually vacuous white chick being thrust on the Indian people.

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Postby member_23629 » 26 Mar 2013 07:32

The article is written by one Rama Lakshmi (presumably an Indian pseudo secular) and published by the liberal news paper, thats all.


This lady is notorious for her anti-Hindu bilge. She is the brown version of Uncle Tom.

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Postby Hari Seldon » 26 Mar 2013 07:36

ramana wrote:Wheels are turning!!!

Nancy Powell meets rajnath Singh pitches for FDI in retail and offers to give presentation on US pullout from Afghanistan

Isn't that for the ruling government?

Rajnath Singh says no to FDI as it would affect the small town traders.


Rajnath should have directed her to meet the BJP in-charge of retail policy - Shri NaMo instead....heh...

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Postby member_23629 » 26 Mar 2013 07:37

However, the surprise is that in 2009 parliamentary elections, the state sprang a surprise by giving double digit seats to congress making Mulayam and Mayawati almost useless.


This was EVM magic.

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Postby Pranav » 26 Mar 2013 07:45

Sushupti wrote:TO THE POLLS…

It is certain that Narendra Modi will not be declared the prime-minister candidate partly because of National Democratic Alliance considerations and since the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangha wants to avoid a Modi overkill.

http://www.newsinsight.net/Tothepolls%E ... age=page-1


That is the key sentence.

So far no sign of Modi being made National Election Committee Chairman either.

At most he may be appointed to the Parliamentary board, where he will be heavily out-numbered by his enemies.

Sooner or later Modi will have to make clear to his supporters how he will handle the enemies within the party.
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Re: Narendra Modi vs the Dynasty: Contrasting Ideas of India

Postby Hari Seldon » 26 Mar 2013 07:47

So far no sign of Modi being made National Election Committee Chairman either.


That is slated to happen after Holi. 'em wheels are turning only.

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

Postby sum » 26 Mar 2013 08:10

Though Sonia has been encouraging Rahul Gandhi as the next prime ministerial candidate, he has proved a good for nothing character so far.

:rotfl: :rotfl:
Man, RG-baba does seem to get pillored by all and sundry these days

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Postby Gagan » 26 Mar 2013 08:58

I think it is fair to say that there is fair amount of ammo against Rahul Gandhi, and the powers that be have been dropping enough hints in the media. Now the aam aadmi is not a fool and all that, and people know a lot about Rahul Gandhi's private life.

There is a cosy little campaign going on against Sonia Gandhi and the Family at present, and poor Rahul baba is at the receiving end of it.
If congress loses the next election, they will find it difficult to make a comeback, unless Priyanka Vadera does an post 77 Indira Gandhi II.

(Disclaimer: I am NOT a congress supporter)

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

Postby SaiK » 26 Mar 2013 09:04

Me neither, but I recently met a kangrez supporter at home.. all because his father was one, and trained him to be so. just loyal, and purely driven by CnC, and has little politics in his minds. when I asked him, why would you think RG will become a good PM candidate? he responded that if MMS can become, then RG can too. MMS<->RG was his logical equation. I broke my stumps... and there are millions like him at desh.

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

Postby Rudradev » 26 Mar 2013 09:10

pandyan wrote:I dont understand...

you have loyalists who while write scripts and help rehearse for meetings. You have loyalists who will train on how to answer standard questions. you have loyalist media that will ask onlee the pre-approved/pre-released questions. I think the problem is loyalists and not rahul baba. he should fire them and hire a different team.


Pandyan,

personally, I think that would amount to putting a new brand of lipstick on a pig.

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

Postby Gagan » 26 Mar 2013 09:12

BJP has to keep things clear, no vaanar sena type antics.
Their wimmen CMs were more busy singing songs and organizing big havans than in actual governance. Aam Junta now clearly recognizes good governence, Netas will have to deliver efficiently.
The constraints of the old days, money, infrastructure, private players are no longer there. There is ample money at the disposal of the states.
No delivering is going to cost netajis hence forward, and Nautanki of the vanar sena variety will be costly.

CM candidates have to be outspoken, SYMPATHETIC, and must bee seen as being busy doing good. There is a newer India out there this election.

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Postby Arjun » 26 Mar 2013 09:38

Gagan wrote:BJP has to keep things clear, no vaanar sena type antics.
Their wimmen CMs were more busy singing songs and organizing big havans than in actual governance. Aam Junta now clearly recognizes good governence, Netas will have to deliver efficiently.
The constraints of the old days, money, infrastructure, private players are no longer there. There is ample money at the disposal of the states.
No delivering is going to cost netajis hence forward, and Nautanki of the vanar sena variety will be costly.

CM candidates have to be outspoken, SYMPATHETIC, and must bee seen as being busy doing good. There is a newer India out there this election.

True and this is also the BJP trump card. BJP IS seen to be the party of governance as opposed to the Dynasty which stands for the opposite. Thankfully Karnataka has not made much of a dent in this image - thanks largely to Modi, but also to others such as Chauhan, Raman Singh and Parrikar.

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

Postby Pranav » 26 Mar 2013 09:44

New Gujarat Lok Ayukta bill -

The bill discourages whistleblowers as they will have to file an affidavit and documents supporting the allegations along with Rs 2,000. Moreover, if the complaint is adjudged to be false, the complainant will be liable to pay a fine of Rs 25,000 and serve a sentence of up to six months.

The bill says that to inquire against any public authority, the Lokayukta Aayog has to take prior permission of the very same authority. The government has retained the power to restrict the Aayog from investigating any case by handing it to any inquiry commission.

The government has retained the controversial provision of the Aayog submitting its report to the chief minister and the council of ministers with the latter deciding upon its acceptance.

Anyone bringing the Aayog or its members into disrepute may be imprisoned for six months and fined.

The government has also reserved the right to exclude any complaint against certain classes of public functionaries recommended by the Aayog.


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city ... 208534.cms


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