PM MODI Will Call You To Ask your Opinion on His Government
May02

PM MODI Will Call You To Ask your Opinion on His Government

India’s PM, Narendra Modi is most active prime minister in making connects with the people. He always explores new ways to reach common people. His popular radio program “Man Ki Baat” is one such initiative. PM Modi is now exploring many more different ways to connect the masses. Making direct calls to the public may be the next endeavour. Very soon you can expect a call from PM Modi, where he may take your feedback about the different government schemes. Prime Minister may also seek your suggestions to improve existing schemes or introduce a new welfare scheme. “Mann Ki Baat” – PM Modi‘s Radio Program The radio program “Mann ki Baat”, where Prime Minister put his views on various topics affecting the common eagerly awaited. During the program, PM also speaks about the suggestions received by him on different problems from the active audience of “Mann ki Baat”. Millions of people write their suggestions to Modi through phone, emails or other means. Any extraordinary achievements find special mention by PM. Extending his reach further and making this conversation two way, PM Modi wants to make direct calls to public. Modi government will soon complete three years in office. PM Modi wants to know the real feedback about this government from public. He also wants to know the expectations and wishes people have from remaining period of government. Talking directly to them will generate more faith in PM Modi’s various welfare initiatives. PM has always incorporated suggestions received from the public in various schemes drawn from time to time. He is pioneer in starting to develop a mechanism to assimilate people’s ideas for various government programs. Ministers in Modi government already been asked to establish a communication link with general public. Modi directed all his ministers to use extensively the various social media platforms. By this means, they were asked to convey the government initiative for welfare schemes to public and also respond the queries raised by the...

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Forbes : PM Narendra Modi Among Top 10 of Most Powerful People in World
Dec15

Forbes : PM Narendra Modi Among Top 10 of Most Powerful People in World

Not many days past, when India‘s popular Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi won the people choice for “TIME Person of The Yaer” conducted by TIME magazine. Now the famous Forbes Magazine has also appreciated the presence of India’s favourite PM by including him in the list of top 10 powerful people in world. Narendra Madi ranked at 9th position in the list, which is being led by Russian Putin. Forbes said that India’s “Populist” PM remains hugly popular in his country of 1.3 billion people. To quote the magazine – “India’s populist prime minister remains hugely popular in his country of 1.3 billion people. In November 2016 he unexpectedly announced plans to eliminate India’s two largest bank notes in a bid to reduce money laundering and corruption, creating a nationwide frenzy to quickly swap out the bills. Modi has raised his profile as a global leader in recent years during official visits with Barack Obama and Xi Jinping. He has also emerged as a key figure in the international effort to tackle climate change, as planetary warming will deeply affect millions of his country’s rural and most vulnerable citizens.” “There are nearly 7.4 billion humans on planet Earth, but these 74 men and women make the world turn. Forbes’ annual ranking of the World’s Most Powerful People identifies one person out of every 100 million whose actions mean the most,” it said further. It seems that the recent bold step of demonetisation taken by the India’s PM has augmented his popularity. His diplomatic reach to every corner of the world bring him closer to the rank of world leader. Related articles Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi wins reader’s poll for TIME’s ‘Person of the Year’ Here’s Who Readers Have Chosen as TIME Magazine’s “Person of the Year” Narendra Modi tops TIME’s Person of the Year online poll How the World Is Voting in TIME’s Person of the Year Reader’s Poll Indian PM Pushes for Cashless...

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SAARC Without Pakistan; New Step for Isolating Pakistan
Sep29

SAARC Without Pakistan; New Step for Isolating Pakistan

After Uri attacks, India is advocating for isolation of...

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Name your New Planning Commission
Aug19

Name your New Planning Commission

India is evolving and it is evolving very fast under the able leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. To bring India in line of the developed nations, Narendra Modi has embarked upon many new initiative and creating a super think tank for sustainable and inclusive growth replacing the old fragile structure named Planning Commission is being taken in that direction only. The New Planning Commission is shaping up and Narendra Modi wants the participation of every citizen in creating this body. We all Indians are fortunate that we have a opportunity to perform our national duty. In his Independence Day speech, Narendra Modi put curtain on existing Planning Commission and announced that a new body will be created which believe in co-operative federalism and will be team of center and states. Inviting all citizens to contribute their best for this purpose, Narendra Modi tweeted “Inviting you to share your ideas on what shape the new institution to replace the Planning Commission can take”. All who want to contribute their ideas towards thr New Planning Commision has to post their ideas at mygov.nic.in, again a inclusive platform provided by narendra Modi for participatory democracy. To post your idea at mygov.nic.in, first you have to sign up with this website, which will be done simple steps. After activation of your account, you will be guided properly to show your interest group/activites which you can undertake to serve this great nation. You also find the ongoing contest and participate in group discussions with others on many different subjects. The ideas started pouring from members in regard of New Planning Commission as soon as it got declared. Some of the ideas, the tagline and proposed logo by the members, we are putting here for your inspiration. It is a proud moment for all of us and we must express our belonging by participating in this initiative. Let us join this mass movement towards Surajya, realise the hopes and aspirations of the people and take India to greater heights. Related articles MyGov for Crowdsourcing – Financial Inclusion to Replacing Planning Commission Narendra Modi launches cyber interface to involve people in decision making PM launches MyGov portal to enable Govt-citizen discussions PM launches engagement platform Narendra Modi Gives Power to the People Invites Ideas for Planning Commission...

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“Zero Defect:Zero Effect” and other Highlights of Narendra Modi’s Maiden Independence Day Speech
Aug15

“Zero Defect:Zero Effect” and other Highlights of Narendra Modi’s Maiden Independence Day Speech

India as a manufacturing hub; this idea of Narendra Modi is soon become a reality, as expressed by Narendra Modi in his maiden Independence Day speech. The speech delivered by India’s Prime Minister on 68th Independence Day is first among many parameters: This is the first speech delivered by Shri. Narendra Modi In India’s Independence history of 67 years, this is the first non-scripted speech. Narendra Modi deliver the speech without taking help of any scripted writing. First time there was no bullet proof barricade was there between Prime Minister and public. The communication in many sense was direct and exchangeable. First time any Prime Minister unfurls the national flag wearing turban, showing spiritual respect for the Indian-flag and its deep rooted democracy. Shri. Narendra Modi concluded his speech chanting “Vande Mataram“. This is the first time when “Vande Mataram” is recited at Red Fort. Apart from these, the hour long speech has many more highlights. Narendra Modi announces two new schemes namely “Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana” where each member of parliament has to adopt a village of their choice and make efforts to transform that village into a ideal village and “PM Jan Dhan Yojana” which a direct implementation of financial inclusion scheme. Banks will be asked to open savings accounts to each member of a poor family and the government will provide an insurance of 1 lakh rupees to them. Narendra Modi puts the curtain on the speculations about Planning Commission as he announced that there will be new commission created out from the partnership of centre and states to accelerate the economic development, which will replace the existing Planning Commission. He reiterated that the safety and protection of women will be his government top priority. He shown concerns for reducing the sex ratio as well as for increased cases of violence against women. He said government will do its work but provide respect to a women is also the job of society and we must obey it. The curbing the menace of  corruption is utmost priority for him. He said the culture of “mujhe kya and mera kya” should must end now. To make country better for live, Narendra Modi stress upon the cleanliness and said that we will be celebrating the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi in 2019 and a clean and green India will be ideal homage for this occasion. He visioned for a Digital India, where mobile will be the crux of delivery of public service. He emphasizes the importance of E-Governance  and said that E-Governance is Effective Governance. He dreamed to make India a hub of manufacturing. Narendra Modi given the new slogan – Make in India, Made in India. He invited the world to come and make India their...

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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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