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- Sri Sri Ravishankar ji blesses Modi
Sri Sri wisdom for followers: Lakshmi always rides on lotus | The Indian ExpressCommentQuote0Flag
- Rupee may surge 35% to 40 per dollar if Modi becomes Prime Minister, Citigroup's Adam Gilmour says - The Times of India
Polls show the BJP, which has projected Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate, is poised to oust the incumbent Congress party, a result that would be a "catalyst" for a long-term advance in the rupee toward 40 to 45 per dollar, from 61.19 on March 14, according to Adam Gilmour, Citigroup's head of Asia-Pacific currency and derivatives sales. A weak coalition would be the "worst-case" outcome, he said, and might send the currency sliding beyond August's record low of 68.83.
"The market view is that if Modi gets in, it will be a game-changer," Gilmour said in an interview. "We always take politics with a pinch of salt, with the rare exceptions like India, where it's going to really make a difference."CommentQuote0Flag
Whether it is female infanticide or mortality, education or various health indicators, Modi’s Gujarat has done quite well.CommentQuote0Flag
- मोदी ने छुए जोशी के पैर और दी कुर्सी
Contrast this with the way aaptards criticize Anna or elder leaders in congress prostrate before Gandhi family.CommentQuote0Flag
- Hordes of foreign funded anti-national NGOs descend on Varanasi to stop Modi...
NGOs, civil society groups in the fray against Narendra Modi | The Indian Express
If eminent intellectuals and artistes like Salman Rushdie, Jayati Ghosh, Chetan Bhatt, Kumkum Sangari, Homi K Bhabha, Deepa Mehta have signed open letters in global newspapers saying Modi as prime minister would “bode ill for India’s future”, a huge number of NGOs are mobilising at the ground level against Modi and a possible “communal takeover” of the country.
Under the aegis of the the Janvadi Vichaar Andolan, Bharat (JAVAB), NGOs, social activists and civil society groups have fanned out to around 100 constituencies, including Varanasi and Lucknow, asking voters to help “safeguard” secularism and democracy. Armed with “fact sheets” on Gujarat titled ‘Gujarat news that the media doesn’t bring to you’, they are holding meetings, nukkad sabhas (corner talks) and door-to-door campaigns, as well as reaching people over email.CommentQuote0Flag
- For those spreading lies against Modi for land allocation to various industries...
Land Act a fraud, learn from Gujarat, says SC - Indian Express
Gujarat High Court rejects PIL against Gujarat government's sops for Tata Nano plant - The Economic TimesCommentQuote0Flag
- Just name-calling | The Indian Express | Page 99
Next time intellectuals complain about Gujarat, can they provide some evidence?CommentQuote0Flag
- What Republicans can learn from Modi.
Opinion: What GOP can learn from Narendra Modi's election - CNN.comCommentQuote0Flag