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Narendra Modi says 'dil maange more' at martyr land, kicks up a row 
Times of India

Narendra Modi says 'dil maange more' at martyr land, kicks up ...

Modi had used "dil maange more", the popular tagline of a Pepsi commercial which was immortalized by Batra after he retook some of the Kargil heights occupied by Pakistani aggressors, in a poll speech. Times of India, 2 months ago
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Sonia Slams Modi for Using Martyr Capt Batra's Name

Congress president Sonia Gandhi today launched a frontal attack on BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for using a martyr's name during his campaign in the state last week. Criticising Modi, Gandhi said that he used the catchword of Kargil martyr ...
 Outlook2 months ago Back to the people!  Kashmir Times1 month ago Sonia hits out at Modi over martyr name  Asian Age2 months ago Modi's rally in Amethi will have no impact: Salman Khurshid  DNA2 months ago
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First Post.com

'Narendra Modi shouldn't have used Capt Vikram Batra's name for votes'

"They called him 'sher shah', I was told. Maine bhi kya sher bete ko janam diya hai (I have given birth to such a brave son)..." she says. And he remains better that way, she says, not as a poll slogan.
 First Post.com2 months ago Narendra Modi seeks votes in name of Vikram Batra, but his supporters attack Batra's mother on Twitter  DNA2 months ago Capt Batra's Family Upset With Modi Exploiting His Name  Outlook2 months ago Kargil martyrs family unhappy with Modis dil maange more comment  First Post.com2 months ago
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Hindustan Times

Narendra Modi invokes Capt Batra's slogan, gets stick

The martyr's mother, Kamal Kanta Batra, who is contesting the Lok Sabha elections as AAP candidate from Hamirpur is irked by NaMo's attempt to hijack the slogan used by her dead son.
 Times of India2 months ago Will quit politics than hurt martyrs legacy says Modi  Hindustan Times2 months ago Kargil martyr Vikram Batra's mother calls Narendra Modi "pseudo-patriot"  DNA2 months ago Must Reads: Milind Deora, Sanjay Nirupam guilty of paid news, Vikram Batra's mother called Modi 'pseudo-patriot'  DNA2 months ago

IHF slams Batra for jibe at AIBA, IOA

Last month, Hockey India general secretary Narendra Batra accused the International Boxing Association of accepting handsome bribe from the newly-formed Boxing India to grant them provisional recognition. At a time when India's hockey team was ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
DNA

Modi invoked captain Batra's name to increase his electoral prospects: AAP

Aam Aadmi Party today questioned the intentions of Narendra Modi in invoking the name of late Captain Vikram Batra at a rally and asked why he did not meet the martyr's parents while he was the Himachal Pradesh in-charge of the BJP.
 First Post.com2 months ago AAP Questions Modi's Intent in Invoking Captain Batra  Outlook2 months ago AAP questions Narendra Modi`s intent in invoking name of Captain Batra  Zee News2 months ago AAP questions Narendra Modi's intent in invoking Captain Vikram Batra's name  Economic Times2 months ago

Why promoters of companies like Karbonn, Dr Batra's are keeping eager PE investors at bay

For the past few months, private equity (PE) investors have been making a beeline to the offices of Karbonn Mobile, a mobile handset maker. The five-year old firm has been growing rapidly, cornering some 15% of the market. Now, Karbonn is thinking ...
 Economic Times3 days ago
Helsinki Times

India's Narendra Modi dreams of a modern rail system, but hurdles abound

By , NEW DELHI — The future bumped up against the past this month at New Delhi's main railway station. Hailing the advent of a bright new era for India's 161-year old rail system, officials unveiled the country's first high-speed train ...
 Washington Post1 week ago Modi pushes to modernize India's British-era rail system  Washington Post1 week ago Modi dreams of a modern rail system for India, but hurdles abound  Helsinki Times1 week ago
India TV

Run Railways as a corporate entity, scrap the ministry, say experts

Even as the Narendra Modi government gets ready to present its maiden Railway Budget, experts have called for a radical overhaul of the entire system to ensure that India gets a modern and world class transport system. While there have been a lot of ...
 IBNLive India News2 weeks ago Modi Railway Budget 2014: Safety, high-speed trains world-class stations on agenda  Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago Modi government to present its 1st Rail Budget today, safety a top priority  IBNLive India News2 weeks ago Narendra Modi government to present its 1st Rail Budget today  India TV2 weeks ago

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 Chennai Online1 month ago Thala 55 look  Chennai Online1 month ago Madras is the title  Chennai Online1 month ago Ash brings good news  Chennai Online1 month ago
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