Posts Tagged Narendra Modi
Street riots in America post election of Donald Trump as President-Elect of America undermines democracy & validates the violent means of dispute resolution of terrorist organizations like the Al-Qaeda & the ISIS as well as unmasking the true face of “liberals”.
Any change in election method can be applicable prospectively only.
There is really no comparison between the two leaders excepting the role of the media. The media in both cases has failed to learn and continued to preach and make horribly wrong assessment of the public mood and the popularity of these two leaders with them. Otherwise Donald Trump is a rich man and Modi a not-rich man; Trump an astute American businessman and Modi a public servant in the true mold of Mahatma Gandhi and Vinoba Bhave; Trump a part time politician and Modi a full time one. There is one similarity though – both have attracted in abundance negative compliments from the media.
Press report in India are suggesting that the international gangs of political opportunists, economic debauch, libertarian intellectuals, fake professors, deviant commentators, agents of political parties and foreign countries are petitioning Zuckerberg and other American CEOs not to host the Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi. Stung to dead silence by an awfully successful visit of Prime Minister Modi last year, they are being propped up by their employers to get back to business..There is no room for suggestio falsi suppressio veri dear Indian Americans, and your petitions to Zuckerberg or anybody else paints a very poor picture of you in your individual capacity. Liberty has never meant license and shall never be. The wise on their own exercise restraint in their speech, but you seem to be thriving on breach of that principle of dignified scholarly discourse, excepting out of fear for the host country. But as an Indian, a Hindu also, we are liberal as ever not to ask you to discontinue your efforts, because we don’t waste time on correcting others but keep pursuing our own goal of righteous living: we believe that life offers the only option of being on the side of either Dharma or Adharma (righteous or unrighteous) once it has been clearly understood what is Dharma. Is your dharma, if I may ask you, to serve the country
The choice is between continuing with the Nurseries of Poverty, multiplying them & harvesting political power forever or giving the poor their rights to education, health, food and livelihood, guaranteed by the constitution of India, which have been largely denied to them so far. This when India is blessed by nature with rich resources and intelligent manpower. The enterprising Indians are capable of translating their dreams in to reality. They were handicapped for decades by absence of good governance. Now they have one. Therefore, the choice is Modi or others in India; Kiran Bedi or Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi; development or Nurseries of Poverty all over the country? The verdict of the Delhi voters will decide it effectively on February 10, 2015.
Shut down government, dissolve assembly, force people to suffer repeated elections at short intervals, squander tax payers’ money as if it is black money, vilify opponents, attempt becoming Prime Minister, suck the people, seek Congress support again for government formation, use slander tactics, defame judiciary/election machinery/ LG of Delhi and freely fling wild allegations against all & sundry! The people voted Narendra Modi decisively. India has not seen a strong prime minister for decades. Narendra Modi has infused new life in every heart. He has shown that a clean and functioning government is workable in India. He is being challenged by Arvind Kejriwal and his garrulous lieutenants. The AAP hates and spreads hatred against more than 50% of the Delhi voters who had voted
Good governance of financial markets in India is the sine qua non for overall political good governance under Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Kudos to the government for removing the most unfair barriers to writing the civil services examination under the cloak of “English Comprehension”. It was like the balcony tickets in cinema halls or entry to clubs asking millions as admission fees or even the blocking of a High Court judge’s entry in the cricket association in […]