Narendra Modi

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  • Rise Of Narendra Modi

    Since the Indian general elections in May this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has become a phenomenon. Indians appear to be enthralled by the political success of a former tea-seller and the international community intrigued by his phenomenal rise in a country otherwise known for sclerotic political leadership. Both domestically and internationally, he is on the roll. Modi’s rise may weaken the West dominated global order and contribute to the evolution of a more decentralized new order. Modi’s visit to and agreements with Japan are a clear sign that India is eager to work towards a new world order. During his visit, the two countries signed agreements to expand cooperation in defense, nuclear power, and trade and investment sectors, with…

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  • Poverty In Kerala Case Study

    longer constrained by social structure (Kannan, 1999). The state of Gujarat has taken very different path following independence, known locally as the ‘Jewel of the West’. Economically, Gujarat has attracted significant Foreign Direct Investments as the state boasts high economic freedoms. This has translated into significant industrialisation throughout the state, leading to rapid economic growth (Hashmi, 2014). Politically, the state of Gujarat is governed by a Legislative Assembly of 182…

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  • Example Of Astrology

    not fate if you take the blame for your actions. It is then called a mistake. Remember: “Horrors [are] deliberately willed, not involuntary.” Learn from your mistakes and strive to quench your thirst and feed your hungry soul with the wisdom and direction you want your destiny to guide you to. Look at Narendra Modi for example. From selling tea at the railroad station to shaking hands with Mr. Obama, he sets an example for all of us. With his passion for rhetorics and debate, Modi was able to…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Demonetization In India

    devoted abundant copy to this topic, the Congress feigns blissful ignorance. Since the General Elections, Congress-controlled state assemblies have been falling like dominos. At present, Congress ruled states account for a meager 6% of the nation 's population – a historic low. Despite losses tallying up, and their future looking ever starker, the Congress seems reluctant to enforce any major change it the way it functions. While a lack of strong leadership and a perception of massive…

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  • Venture Nursery: The Startup Crisis In India

    “I was happy when Mr Modi spoke, he’s a great orator. I was depressed when I read the 40 page Action Plan,” says Ravi Kiran, the blunt speaking co-founder of Venture Nursery, an angel-backed start-up accelerator. Amidst the euphonious speech delivered by the Prime minister Narendra Modi at a New Delhi 's Vigyaan Bhawan for the Startup India workshop, there was also the existence of the thought obviating that maybe there is too much money chasing too few ideas. The Prime Minister divulged the…

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  • My Life Story Of Narendra Modi

    When I grew up, the world seemed to be bad and awful place. The life story of Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, is identical to my life story. Growing up in northern-India was very difficult. Having no support from my parents, I started looking at life in a very skeptical way. My father had left me in a boarding school, when I was callow to take care of myself. In hopes of my survival, both my mother and father handed me a bundle of rupee notes. If counted, it would last for no longer…

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  • Indira Nehru: A Controversial Prime Minister Of India

    Indira Nehru, also known as Indira Gandhi, was one of the most controversial prime ministers of India who led from 1966 to 1980. Gandhi came to power after the death of her father and India’s leader of the Indian National Congress at the time, Jawaharlal Nehru. She started Indian feminism and increased the potential power of women in the world, but she committed many crimes that prove that she was a bad leader for India. She did everything she could to keep herself in power even though she was…

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  • History Of International Yoga Day

    The United Nations General Assembly declared 21st of June as International Yoga Day on December 11, 2014. The origin of yoga has been traced back to India where Yoga is considered to be a physical, mental and spiritual practice or discipline.our Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his speech in the UN put forth the idea of celebrating 21st June as International Yoga Day as it is the longest day of the year (Summer Solstice) in the Northern Hemisphere and has special significance in various parts of…

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  • The Importance Of Cleanliness In India

    The Prime Minister Narendra Modi exhorted people to fulfill Mahatma Gandhi's dream of a clean and hygienic India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also pledged to people saying, 'na main gandagi karoonga , na main gandagi karne dooga' (I would not litter and won't allow anyone to do so). Modi encourage 1.25 billion people to join the 'Swachh Bharat Mission' and promote it to everyone. After paying tribute at the memorials of Mahatma Gandhi and former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri on their birth…

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  • What Makes A Good Leader?

    and who can be a better example of leadership than India’s Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi – A leader guiding a population of crores to a new, bright and economic giant – India. He is truly an authentic leader – one who knows who he is, what he believes in and acts on these beliefs and values openly. His followers, like me, consider him to be an ethical leader. It is the below quote by Mr. Abraham Lincoln which inspires us to look up to Mr Narendra Modi:  I am not bound to win, but I am…

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