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3 years & 3 cheers for Modi: Foreign policy, economic initiatives & farmer welfare
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Maximum Modi: As PM completes 3 years in office, he is set to ...

As he completes three years at the helm of the world's largest democracy, Narendra Damodardas Modi has firmly established himself as a maximum leader. Especially after leading the ruling BJP to a spectacular victory in the recent Uttar Pradesh assembly ... India Today, 3 weeks ago

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No play does not make PM a dull boy

The mystery of what makes Narendra Damodardas Modi the brightest boy in class has almost been solved. Almost, because there are two contenders. An effusive classmate called Amit Shah thinks the secret lies in self-less toil, exemplified by Modi's refusal to take even a single day's vacation in the past three years.An enigmatic - if not mischievous - guru called Mohan Bhagwat believes the credit goes to the "aprasidh (not-so-famous)" journey Modi had undertaken en route to his "ujjwal ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Mohan Bhagwat heaps praise on Modi, hails his RSS roots

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Wednesday heaped praise on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, calling him an able and competent contractor of social welfare and a leader India has a lot of hope from. He, however, cautioned that "we might ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Modi's remarks reduced Hamid Ansari to his Muslim identity

He was deliberately reducing Ansari to his Muslim identity by linking his career as a diplomat in the Arab world and educationist and his reflections on intolerance with his religion, says Aakar Patel. One of the more unusual things about India is that what is said is often less important than who says it. This is true to some extent for most parts of the world, of course. But in our country the primary motivation ascribed to something controversial being said is the identity of the person ...
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In India, it's still all about 'Who's your dad'

It may be 2017, but the thumb rule 'uska baap kaun hai, maloom hai kya?' still dominates India, says Syed Firdaus Ashraf.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com As a teenager I wanted to learn swimming, but there were few opportunities available. There was no swimming pool in the area where I lived and the closest pool was 5 kilometres away. That pool was run by the municipality and I had heard it handed out a measly number of entry passes for people to swim. When I arrived at the pool with a ...
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