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Press Conference: Who needs it ?
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Press Conference: Who needs it ?

Yesterday Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined BJP President Amit Shah at a press conference called by the latter. Many of us hoped the journalists would ask him questions and PM Modi would destroy those questions with élan, deploying his abundance of confidence, cache of facts and inimitable sarcasm but nothing happened !  All we got…

India’s great reformer Modi
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India’s great reformer Modi

He is changing the politics and economics of India after 72 years of Independence When the American weekly news magazine TIME dated May 20, 2019 came out with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s photograph on the cover with the title India’s Divider In Chief, a vast majority of Modi loyalists apparently did not approve of the…

“Na Khaunga, Na Khane Doonga…”
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“Na Khaunga, Na Khane Doonga…”

By N.K.A. Ballal, Retd. Sr. Vice-President, ITDC When Narendra Modi uttered  the famous slogan ‘Na Khaunga, Na Khane Doonga’ (neither will I indulge in corruption, nor allow anyone else to indulge in it), the nation was thrilled. For a nation used to corruption at all levels, this was something new. For a few months there…

Prof. BKC hits out at Modi for  subverting democratic institutions
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Prof. BKC hits out at Modi for subverting democratic institutions

Mysuru: Congress leader and former Education Minister Prof. B.K. Chandrashekar (BKC) lashed out at PM Modi for misusing democratic institutions like CBI, Supreme Court, Election Commission of India, RBI, Central Vigilance Commission and other constitutional bodies for his political  advantage as he is on a losing side in this election. Addressing media persons at a…

‘Strong PM means Body Builder?’ mocks C.M. Ibrahim
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‘Strong PM means Body Builder?’ mocks C.M. Ibrahim

Mysuru: Questioning the BJP whether a strong Prime Minister meant a ‘Body Builder,’ Congress MLC and former Minister C.M. Ibrahim lashed out at the BJP saying that the country does not need a PM, who will most of the times be out of the country and who does not care for the plight of common…

PM Modi, AICC President Rahul Gandhi on a rally spree in State
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PM Modi, AICC President Rahul Gandhi on a rally spree in State

Bengaluru: With Lok Sabha elections for 14 out of the 28 LS seats in the State just 4 days away, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and AICC President Rahul Gandhi held back-to-back rallies in the State and traded charges against each other. While Rahul Gandhi addressed rallies in Kolar, Chitradurga and K.R. Nagar, Modi addressed rallies…

PMO compliments Mysuru youth for highlighting problems in Kashi
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PMO compliments Mysuru youth for highlighting problems in Kashi

Mysuru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has responded to a city  youth’s plea seeking shifting of a water pipeline that posed a hurdle to pedestrians and vehicular movement at Kashi in Uttar Pradesh. B.M. Santosh, a volunteer of NaMo Bharath Mysuru team, had submitted a memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he arrived in city…

‘Modi Model must continue  for a Powerful India’
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‘Modi Model must continue for a Powerful India’

He is an orator, social activist and a writer. He is known for his activities with the youth and is the founder of ‘Yuva Brigade’ and Head of ‘Team Modi Brigade’ in Karnataka. Apart from conducting rallies, meetings and delivering speeches highlighting the achievements of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he sensitises youth on the need…

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