Narendra Modi’s First Foreign Visit to Friendly Country – Bhutan
Jun15

Narendra Modi’s First Foreign Visit to Friendly Country – Bhutan

Narendra Modi‘s first foreign visit happens to be not to USA, China, Japan or Pakistan, the most privilege nation comes out is Bhutan, a small republic in Himalayas. The selection of Bhutan for the Narendra Modi‘s first foreign visit is a natural choice keeping strategic and bilateral considerations. But at the same time , many political pundits are still to overcome for this choice, at a time when invitation for Narendra Modi’s foreign visit is pouring from all over world. As Shri. Narendra Modi always quote – we cannot change our neighbors, and following his policy, he invited all the leaders of SAARC countries to his oath taking ceremony on 26th of May. The prime minister of  Himalayan republic , Bhutan was also present at that occasion and that time only he extended invitation to Narendra Modi. This visit has more of strategic relevance as China is very much aggressive in increasing its foot hold in Bhutan. In coming months, China and Bhutan is expected to go for strategic talks on border issues and if any compromise settled between them in respect of Bhutan’s East or West border, that will be detrimental to India’s interest. Under these conditions, the utility of Narendra Modi‘s first foreign visit to Bhutan increases substantially and Narendra Modi is expected to press his counterpart to desist taking such decisions which are unfavorable to India. In this visit, Narendra Modi is being accompanied with foreign and Extarnal Affairs Minister, Smt. Shushma Swaraj and National Security Advisor, Mr. Doval. Related articles across the web Narendra Modi leaves for Bhutan on first foreign visit as prime minister LIVE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Bhutan on maiden foreign visit Narendra Modi’s Bhutan visit first step to reassert regional sway Bhutan a natural choice due to unique relations with India: Modi Modi’s Bhutan trip: NE terror threat, China on...

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A Statesman Narendra Modi, well reflected with his first speech in parliament
Jun12

A Statesman Narendra Modi, well reflected with his first speech in parliament

Narendra Modi‘s hour long speech in replying the Motion of Thanks for President’s Address to the joint session of parliament, reflected a different persona of Narendra Modi, a Statesman Narendra Modi, trying to propel further the heat, hype and hope for a strong and skilled India. The culminating speech was given by Shri. Narendra Modi, who carried forward his approach to build a strong and vibrant India seeking participation even from opposition, as he reiterates several time that elections has passed and this is time for building the nation. National building can not be fulfilled without the participation of each and every individuals. He told, he was the culprit of Center’s negligence, and he say, the “Cooperative Federalism” will be guiding principal in accommodating different states in the way to achieve a strong India. He given the example of “Organic Farming” in Sikkim state and say that we have to learn the best practices of any state to run a movement called “Development”. He continued that even the much successful Gujarat Model is also not uniform in its nature and implementation. Similarly the India Model must be accommodating and inclusive, and must be receptive for any number of fresh ideas. Shri. Narendra Modi given a direction to transform the image of India to “Skilled India” from “Scam India”, he said the youth are our treasures and we are growing young day-by-day whereas Chine is becoming older day-by-day. We have to equip our youth with best of technology and skill to enable them to earn handsome and contribute towards the progress of India. Shri. Modi reiterated his promise for working for the welfare of poor in the country and said his government’s aim will be to provide a house, electricity, water and toilet to every citizen of the country by the end of 2020. Providing best medical facility and enriching education to children of poor will be his government utmost priority. He also envisages a movement of cleanliness and seek blessing and support from all to make India completely clean and propose this for a ideal gift to our Father of Nation. In Modiji word-    “‘Clean India’ as a gift to our father of the nation on his 150th birth anniversary in 2019.” Shri. Narendra Modi impresses each and everyone with his intention and willingness to put India at the path of progress and make every countrymen proud. Just like a true statesman, he wants each one of us to participate in this holy and divine task, as most of us are born after the Independence and we have a opportunity to live for the welfare of county and...

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Narendra Modi impresses American press with his fashion style
Jun07

Narendra Modi impresses American press with his fashion style

Narendra Modi  impresses American press with his unique style and acumen of fashion sense in similar lines as his big victory left his opponents speechless. As happened in India, after leading his party to emphatic victory in recently concluded general elections, Shri. Narendra Modi wins the hearts of arch rivals like Congress leader Shashi Taroor and Mulayam Singh Yadav, on similar lines Western press falls in line too and now praising the fashion style of Shri. Narendra Modi. Some recent articles published in “Washington Post” and “The New York Times”  acknowledges his out-of-the box fashion statement mainly the “Modi Kurta”. The Washington Post under the article titled – ‘Here’s what Narendra Modi’s fashion says about his politics’ writes “The world has a new fashion icon. And no, it’s not Vladimir Putin, despite his fitness regimen — it’s India’s new prime minister, Narendra Modi.’ The paper further writes – ‘The politician has dominated headlines since his campaign and victory in India’s election, and his wardrobe has been no exception. Countless articles have been written about his look, from his vast collection of hats to his iconic long tunic, the #ModiKurta. Yes, it has its own hashtag.’ Shri. Narendra Modi, the prime minister of India is wearing a traditional kurta made of either cotton or silk, usually paired with a vest. The color selection and style has even impress designers in India too. “For years, India’s new leader has had his clothes stitched at Jade Blue, a company based in Modi’s native state of Gujurat. Although Modi is a big fan of brand names (we’ll get to that), his outfits tend to reflect a connection to his roots.The clothes are always crisp and ironed. Modi is very particular about his look and has “shunned the shabby and crumpled kurtas and dhotis/pyjamas — the staple political costume of the traditional Indian politician” the Washington post explain further. The paper also touches some influence of western brand on Modi choice and explains “Although Modi has a carefully cultivated Hindu nationalist image, it doesn’t mean he isn’t a fan of European designers. His glasses are said to be Bvlgari, and his watch is Movado, two brands at odds with his traditional Indian look but in keeping with his pro-business ideology.” On similar lines, The New York Times under the article “Narendra Modi: A Leader Who Is What He Wears” explain that why the fashion sense of India’s prime minister is a perfect example of a fashion case study. As per the article “Even by the standards of a world that has seen blogs devoted to Michelle Obama’s dress sense, the pre-election makeovers of François Hollande and...

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