Modi Sarkar completes 30 days
Jun26

Modi Sarkar completes 30 days

Today is a special day in the history of India for two reasons – firstly, today Modi Sarkar completes 30 days in office and secondly, the day of 26 June also memorize the cruelty of Emegency during Congress party rule. The first thirty days period is never been an yardstick to evaluate the performance of a newly elected government in India, but since the making of Modi Sarkar is not only a result of electoral victory but also a culmination of upsurges in minds of millions of Indians for a strong and vibrant India. This is the reason for this early evaluation of Modi Sarkar. This is the first time that an opposition party has made a government in India with a absolute majority. On this occasion Narendra Modi appreciates the support and affection received from people and said that this support will further inspire him to work even harder for welfare of country and countrymen. While writing in his blog titled “A few thoughts as we complete a month in office”, Narendra Modi writes – “67 years of previous government is noting in compared to 1 month but I do want to say that, in the last month, our entire team has devoted every single moment for the welfare of the people. Every decision we took has been guided solely by national interest”. Narendra Modi further give details of the work done for put India back on the path of development by creating an atmosphere of co-operation between center and states and also between government and public, during this one month period of Modi Sarkar. He put his promised commitments for the growth of India and pledge that ” Today is also a day to reaffirm our pledge to safeguard these values and at the same time create strong institutions through good governance so that that we never ever see those dark days again.” This is also true that this Modi Sarkar has comes in fifth gear as soon as it took the oath and the so-called honeymoon period enjoyed by the earlier governments are never meant for Modi Sarkar. Please click here to read the entire blog written by Narendra Modi on completion of 30 days in office. Related articles Prime Minister Modi, From Chaiwalla to Sarkar, a New India How Modi Sarkar can bring Dawood back to India White House losing Twitter war to India’s Narendra Modi Modi sarkar’s mantra: Delay out, decision in Narendra Modi sarkar may shun Aadhaar for National Population Register EXCLUSIVE: What the ‘Modi Sarkar’ will...

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@NarendraModi Twitter account is followed most
Jun25

@NarendraModi Twitter account is followed most

As per latest Burson-Marsteller’s Twiplomacy study 2014, @NarendraModi twitter account is now in top four most followed Twitter accounts among world leaders with close to 5 million followers and likely to surpass the followers of  @WhiteHouse soon. The study shows that @NarendraModi has 49,67,847 followers whereas @WhiteHouse has 49,76,734 followers on Twitter. Burson-Marsteller’s Twiplomacy Study 2014, an annual global study looking at the use of Twitter by heads of government and foreign affairs ministers, reveals that the world leaders vie for attentions, connections and followers on Twitter. The study further reveals that, while some heads of states and government continue to amass large followings, foreign ministers have established a virtual diplomatic network by following each other on social media platform. In a way, Narendra Modi may be recognize as most cherished admirer of Twitter and is pioneer in using @NarendraModi Twitter account to connect to his millions of followers and has certainly left behind his rivals in acknowledging the immense power of social media. “I am a firm believer in the power of technology and social media to communicate with people across the world”, Narendra Modi tweeted after winning 2014 general election in India. At present @NarendraModi Twitter account has 4.98 million followers, which is growing at a rapid pace. The survey puts more light on @NarendraModi twitter account and explains that Since his election in May 2014, India’s PM Narendra Modi‘s Twitter account @NarendraModi has skyrocketed into fourth place, surpassing many top world leaders. But Modi still has a long ways to go to beat U.S. President @BarackObama, who tops the world leaders list with a colossal 43.7 million followers. Also Pope Francis @Pontifex with 14 million followers and Indonesian President Susilo bambang Yudhoyono @SBYudhoyono with more than 5 millions followers are at present ahead of Narendra Modi. The study also puts lights on the numbers of followers under title ” Does Size Really matters?” and tells the metroric rise of the Indian and Indonesian presidents shows that leaders of most populous countries have a clear advantage in garnering a large army of dedicated followers. The numbers of followers of a country’s leader has even become a question of national pride. One common thing among five most followed world leaders have that they have discovered Twitter as a powerful one-way broadcasting tool; they are only following a handful of other world leaders, if any, and are hardly conversational which is almost impossible, with their large number of followers. Related articles Narendra Modi Sixth Most Followed World Leader On Twitter Narendra Modi: Fashion Icon Narendra Modi, India’s new leader, wants to take out the trash Narendra Modi invites his...

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Narendra Modi is Richard Nixon of India – Jairam Ramesh
Jun18

Narendra Modi is Richard Nixon of India – Jairam Ramesh

Praising Narendra Modi is the latest trend in the Congress. After Shashi Tharoor, admiring the statesmanship of Narendra Modi, senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh has called that – Narendra Modi is Richard Nixon of India. He elaborate further that ” Mr Modi in many ways is like Mr. Nixon who opened China to America. Modi could become India’s Nixon when it comes to China or Pakistan.” It seems Jairam Ramesh got impressed with the initiatives taken by Narendra Modi in augmenting India’s sphere of influence in Asia. Narendra Modi has invited the leaders of SAARC nations for his oath taking ceremony and chosen Bhutan as his preference for first foreign visit. (Narendra Modi’s First Foreign Visit to Friendly Country – Bhutan). Also, during the first week of July, his Japan visit is scheduled. The sum point of all these initiatives is to control the dragon’s aggressive and assertive diplomacy. There is always a possibility of scaling heights in bilateral co-operation, keeping the national interest intact. Narendra Modi policy for China and Pakistan moves in this direction only. Jairam Ramesh, a seasoned politician is quite surprise by these moves and sees a clear contradictions in this. ” had Dr Manmohan Singh has done something pragmatic, BJP would have pounced on him. Whether it is real Modi or a tactical Modi frankly we do not know”- Ramesh said. Earlier too, Jairam Ramesh candidly accepted the extra-ordinary aggressive campaigning by Narendra Modi in the run up of the Lok Sabha election. While accepting the defeat faced by Congress, Jairam Ramesh told – ” Narendra Modi has changed the nature of campaigning in India. The Congress is definitely not prepared for this. We were out-campaigned, out-manoeuvred, out-funded and out-spent by Modi.” So, this change in perception is gradual in the minds of old seasoned Congress leaders. Jairam Ramesh in particular feel that Narendra Modi has extra flexibility in dealing the bilateral relations with China and Pakistan so he rightly said that – Narendra Modi is Richard Nixon of India. Related articles Narendra Modi slams Jairam Ramesh, Manmohan Singh and P Chidambaram You are lying, writes union minister Jairam Ramesh to Modi Narendra Modi’s and Jairam Ramesh’s “Toilets and Temples” Narendra Modi spreading ‘blatant lie’: Jairam Ramesh Jairam Ramesh accuses PM candidate Narendra Modi of making bizarre...

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Narendra Modi Japan Visit to further enhance India-Japan ties
Jun17

Narendra Modi Japan Visit to further enhance India-Japan ties

The coming Narendra Modi Japan visit will prove to be a booster doze in further enhancing  the traditionally strong India-Japan relation. This visit is likely to be done before the budget session of parliament in India, which is going to commence from July 7. July 3-4 are considered to be probable dates for Narendra Modi japan visit, where Narendra Modi is expected to add new feathers to India- Japan strategic and global partnership. The personal relations between Narendra Modi and Japani Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is very warm, as they are connected on social networking site Twitter. Japan’s Prime Minister has more than 3 lakh followers, but he follows only three on Twitter and India’s PM Narendra Modi is one of them. During July 2012, in the capacity of Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi visited Japan and have a fruitful meeting with top businessman and ministers. Narendra Modi Japan visit at that time was unique in a sense that, Japan first time invited a state leader to enhance the business ties. Japan has a good investment in the state of Gujarat and is a partner in unearthing the development potential. Economic, trade and investments is likely to be focus point during Narendra Modi Japan visit, as India needs Japan’s expertise and technology for its infrastructure mega projects. As Narendra Modi is putting much emphasis on manufacturing sector, big investment announcement in this sector is also expected. Apart from business concern, the ever increasing Chinese influence in Asia is also likely to be discussed on priority basis, as both India and Japan wants to control the dragon’s assertive and aggressive diplomacy. To making the 21st century, Asia’s century, Narendra Modi Japan visit will prove to be milestone as both the countries after combining their respective strength and wisdom, create wonders for themselves and brightest opportunity is knocking the door. Related articles Narendra Modi Should Visit Japan ASAP Japan PM Shinzo Abe follows only 3 accounts on Twitter, and Narendra Modi is one of them India: Modi’s Neighborhood Overtures Multi-tracking diplomacy with a ‘Look East’ accent PM Narendra Modi addresses Bhutan Parliament, says India committed to good neighbourly...

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Narendra Modi at FIFA World Cup Final at Brazil?
Jun16

Narendra Modi at FIFA World Cup Final at Brazil?

An invitation has been received from Brazil President Dilma Rousseff and Narendra Modi at FIFA World Cup may be a reality, if reports published in leading newspaper, The Economic Times is to believe. The final of FIFA World Cup is scheduled at July 13th. Coinciding with the World Cup Final is also the BRICS summit between July 15 to 17, where Narendra Modi is scheduled to attend. The BRICS summit was earlier to be held in the month of March, but as the Chinese President Xi Jingping, a big fan of soccar wants to watch the final of FIFA World Cup, had put a request for reschedulement of summit around the time of finals. Russian President Bladimir Putin and South African Jacob Zuma who are attending the BRICS summit will also be among audience with Chinese President Xi Jingping. Narendra Modi also have a great interest in sports and at the time of release of commemorative stamps for FIFA World Cup on the day, the game started, he said that parents should encourage their children for give equal time for sports along with study. At this time only he coined the term, ” Jo Khele, Wo Hi Khile” ( who plays well, grow well ). He further said sports is vital for the well groomed development of the younger children. Further, after getting favorable indications from Narendra Modi, the Indian Olympic Association is also mulling an option to bid for 2019 Asian Games. This is likely to be a great meeting place for BRICS nations and the attendance of Narendra Modi at FIFA World Cup final will enhance the cooperation among them further.   Related articles across the web India joins World Cup stamp club WTO: Modi banks on BRICS Goa MLAs to ‘Study’ World Cup in Brazil, Congress Cries Foul 6 Goa MLAs to foot own bill for trip to FIFA World Cup in...

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