Narendra Modi

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Inclusive development can help India get rid of vote bank politcs: Modi -
Ahmedabad, Apr 4 - Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday met representatives of minority communities, and said "inclusive development" alone would rid the nation of vote-bank politics.
Permission denied for civic reception to Modi at stadium: BJP -
Kolkata, Apr 2 - A civic reception for Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi planned by BJP at a stadium here during his visit on April 9 has been denied permission by the Mamata Banerjee government, the party today alleged.
Next LS polls to be Modi's prime focus: Guj BJP leader -
Ahmedabad, Apr 1 - With his induction in BJP's Parliamentary Board, the party's highest decision-making body, Narendra Modi's prime focus will be on the next Lok Sabha polls, a state BJP leader close to the Gujarat Chief Minister said.
Lessons for the BJP: How Modi tamed the Sangh Parivar - S Muralidharan, FirstPost
Can the BJP survive and grow without the Sangh Parivar? For a party which continues to grapple with the existential dilemma despite being in national politics for over three decades, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi provides the answer. There’s a growing realisation in the BJP that the Sangh Parivar — the RSS, its loose affiliates and Hindutva groups of several shades, from the rabid to the restrained, to which the party traces its ideological roots — has been an impediment to the political and organisational growth of the BJP.
If voted to power, Cong will take Guj to 18th Century: Modi -
Ahmedabad, Aug 15 - Taking a dig at Congress, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today said the main Opposition party will take the state to the 18th century if it is voted to power. The BJP stalwart claimed Gujarat Congress leaders were making remarks which were at variance with the Independence Day address made by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
PM should clarify on Bangladeshi infiltration in India: Modi -
Junagadh (Guj), Aug 15 - Expressing concern over growing Bangladeshi infiltration in India, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today said the Prime Minister should clarify on the country's policy towards the problem. He also accused Singh of adopting "dual standards" on sporadic violence in the country with regards to incidents in Assam and Mumbai, in his 66th Independence Day speech here.
UPA government without leader, policy, intention: Modi -
Ahmedabad, Aug 14 - Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today slammed the Congress-led UPA government, saying that for the first time in the history of independent India, it had a government without "leader, policy and intention". "The colossal failures of the Congress-led UPA Government make me think that though we have got Swarajya (independence), is India moving towards Surajya (good governance)?" Modi said on his blog, on the eve of Independence Day.
Gujarat: Modi announces formation of new district -
Ahmedabad, Aug 14 - Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi on Monday announced the formation of a new district of Gir-Somnath and a slew of other measures for the fishermen community in Somnath, on Monday. In an attempt to woo the fishermen community ahead of the state elections Modi announced an increase of daily allowance from Rs 50 per day to Rs 150, for families of fishermen who are in Pakistani jails.
It’s Gujarat, not just Modi - MK Venu, Financial Express
A new study conducted by Columbia University, New York, in collaboration with the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), New Delhi, brings a lot of clarity with regard to some aspects of growth and development in Indian states. Broadly, Prof Arvind Panagariya of Columbia University and Pinaki Chakraborty of NIPFP have empirically established that the fastest growing states between 1993-94 and 2009-10 were Haryana, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, and each of these states had brought down poverty ratios by 15 to 23 percentage points during this period.
On Janmashtami, Modi attacks UPA on cow slaughter 'promotion' -
Ahmedabad, Aug 10 - Ahead of the Gujarat Assembly elections, Chief Minister Narendra Modi today accused the UPA government of promoting cow slaughter for beef exports. On the occasion of Janmashtami, Modi appealed to the people to reject pink revolution promoting slaughter of mother cow.
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