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View Poll Results: Will Modi Bring India Out Of The Manmohanic Mess Of The UPA As PM?
Yes, he has the proven strength to do so. 10 83.33%
No, he cannot win powerful regional allies 0 0%
Maybe, if he gets at least 190+ seats for the BJP 2 16.67%
India is down and out no one can bring it out of the downward spiral. 0 0%
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RSS mouthpiece queers pitch, bats for Narendra Modi as PM candidate

TNN | Jun 5, 2012, 04.56AM IST

Sangh Parivar publication Organiser said that only the Gujarat CM has the potential to catapult the party to power single-handedly, just like Atal Bihari Vajpayee did in the 1990s.

NEW DELHI: Days after he was supposed to have been pulled up by BJP mouthpiece Kamal Sandesh for being a man in hurry, Narendra Modi received a shot in the arm with another Sangh Parivar publication, Organiser, saying that only the Gujarat CM has the potential to catapult the party to power single-handedly, just like Atal Bihari Vajpayee did in the 1990s.

An article in the latest issue of the RSS' mouthpiece in English describes the controversial CM as "by far the most popular leader in the country", who as BJP's mascot for 2014 parliamentary polls has the ability to expand the BJP's appeal and vote base across the country much like Atal Bihari Vajpayee did in the 1990s.

Although the write-up by psephologist GVL Narasimha Rao contrasts with the criticism in Kamal Sandesh as well as RSS' Hindi weekly Panchajanya, sources in the Organiser said that the endorsement for the Gujarat strongman in its latest issue mirrors the official stance of the publication. "We have been consistently praising his achievements in Gujarat and the decision to publish the article should be seen in that light," said a source.

The view is significant because BJP has shied away from spelling out its choice for PM, and because of the assessment in the political circles that the projection of Modi as the candidate for the top job is going to gain momentum and may become virtually unstoppable if he wins the assembly polls slated to be held later this year.
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The Organiser article takes head on all the arguments marshaled by those who feel that Modi's projection will hurt the BJP; chiefly that tagging the hardliner as the prime ministerial candidate would further undercut its already restricted social appeal and putting off NDA allies like Bihar CM Nitish Kumar who hope to win over the Muslim vote.

Rao builds his case by saying that while there is nationwide anger against Congress, this alone cannot guarantee BJP-led NDA's return to power at the Centre. He stresses that NDA is a major political force only in 272 of the Lok Sabha seats, leaving Left and regional parties as the likely beneficiaries of erosion in Congress's support in the rest of the 545 Lok Sabha constituencies.

He argues that the limitation can be overcome by projecting a strong leader "whose appeal transcends state boundaries" , and who "would give BJP's campaign a nationwide momentum and help it make substantial gains even in non-BJP strongholds".

Citing the successes of VP Singh and Atal Bihari Vajpayee whose leadership galvanized the anti-Congress mood and led the party to lose even in its stronghold, the advocacy for Modi in the RSS journal says that the Gujarat CM as the leader of BJP would benefit the party in UP, and help it win seats even in states like Odisha and Haryana.

It also joins issue with the argument that Modi's projection will scare away allies, channeling the view of the Hindutva hardliners in BJP that finding partners will not be a problem so long as the party is seen as a winning ticket. "The number of BJP allies grew between 1996 and 1999 principally because regional parties saw an accretion in their strength owing to the incremental role that Vajpayee had delivered to them. The same would work for the BJP at the helm," it says.

The timing of the article is also significant, coming just after RSS decided to mend its rift with the Gujarat CM by giving into his demand to remove his bete noire from BJP's national executive. As part of the bargain, Modi has come out in the support of BJP chief Nitin Gadkari, who is widely seen as the RSS appointee.

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Re: Narendra Modi : Answer To India's Prayers?

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Is Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi an economic reformer?

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As Narendra Modiís government approaches its first anniversary, three experts discuss whether he is the economic reformer he promised to be. This Google Hangout event is online only. Viewers in India can tune in from 9:3o to 10:00 p.m. Indian Standard Time.

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EK katle se kya ummeed kiya ja sakta hai. Madarassa educated duffer...

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Re: Narendra Modi : Answer To India's Prayers?

modi's and BJP government's cons are many---

demonetisation has dented economic growth and badly hurt small shopkeepers .

bullet train is not good idea .

similarly shivaji memorial in sea off mumbai is not good idea either .

pros---

modi is improving defence preparedness which had suffered in congress rule .

he our only hope to stem outsiders like rohingyas and bangladeshis from coming in . secular parties will gladly welcome them as votebank .

i am willing to forgive demonetisation inspite of it's failure because it has helped to increase the government's popularity among the illiterate masses who feel modi is doing something against corruption .
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Re: Narendra Modi : Answer To India's Prayers?

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modi's and BJP government's cons are many---

demonetisation has dented economic growth and badly hurt small shopkeepers .

bullet train is not good idea .

similarly shivaji memorial in sea off mumbai is not good idea either .
If you change nothing and create nothing.. nothing will change and nothing will get built.

Bullet train is great idea.. open you eyes and smell the coffee. 70% of the business will go to desi companies, driving infra sector up due to demand for cement, steel and labor. Are you really dumb or can you use your doctor brain other than medical and defense forum knowledge?

Demonetization.. if 99.9% money came back, where is it now? Are jan dhan folks able to withdraw more than their pay? Nope.. each case is being investigated.

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Re: Narendra Modi : Answer To India's Prayers?

so that daktar saab can understand.. prollem is everyone is expert based just on gut feelings.

What the bullet train project brings to India

....here's a quick tutorial
#BulletTrain4Growth

2. Total cost of Rs 1.1 lac crore Rs 88,000cr will be given as a loan by the Japanese govt, @ 0.1% interest rate,payable over 50 years,
3. In common parlance, it means the Indian govt doe not have to pay anything for next 15 years, and repay the loan in 35 years after that.
4. In economic sense, the NPV of the repayment schedule comes to ~Rs 6000cr.
5. Basically what that means is, that the govt is paying Japan ONLY Rs 12000cr TODAY - for a loan of Rs 88,000cr.
6. Including remaining Rs 22,000cr - means govt is constructing the 500km bullet train for total of Rs 34,000cr - a paltry Rs 68cr per km.
7. To give you a perspective, an overhead metro costs Rs 100-200cr per km and underground Rs 300-500cr per km
8. It is virtually a gift from Japan to India.

Now to the benefits -

9. 20,000 construction workers will be employed for 5 years, 4,000 permanent jobs for operating it thereafter -
10. not to mention the HUGE demand it will generate for steel, concrete and cement.
11. And if you want to look at long term benefits - just look at Europe (which greatly prospered from Eurail),
12. China (which was able to grow its GDP because of mega projects like these) and Japan (virtually connected today by bullet train network)
13. Lastly, the technology transfer in this project will enable India to build future bullet train projects on its own, at much lower cost
14. and maybe someday, make it for other developing countries - just like we are launchig satellites for mcuh advanced countries today!
15. The Indian govt could have selected the Chinese offer, which was 18% lower than Japanese quote.
16. But the Japanese bullet train system has not reported a SINGLE accident since 1964 - as against Chinese developers.
17. These trains run on magnetic levitation,have in-built sensors, to safe-guard disasters like earthquake - derailing distant probability
18. At some point, you got to take these decisions, which propel you into the next orbit -
19. or you could wait for entire population of country to be lifted above poverty line, to satisfy argument of righteous capital allocation
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so that daktar saab can understand.. prollem is everyone is expert based just on gut feelings.

What the bullet train project brings to India

....here's a quick tutorial
#BulletTrain4Growth

2. Total cost of Rs 1.1 lac crore Rs 88,000cr will be given as a loan by the Japanese govt, @ 0.1% interest rate,payable over 50 years,
3. In common parlance, it means the Indian govt doe not have to pay anything for next 15 years, and repay the loan in 35 years after that.
4. In economic sense, the NPV of the repayment schedule comes to ~Rs 6000cr.
5. Basically what that means is, that the govt is paying Japan ONLY Rs 12000cr TODAY - for a loan of Rs 88,000cr.
6. Including remaining Rs 22,000cr - means govt is constructing the 500km bullet train for total of Rs 34,000cr - a paltry Rs 68cr per km.
7. To give you a perspective, an overhead metro costs Rs 100-200cr per km and underground Rs 300-500cr per km
8. It is virtually a gift from Japan to India.

Now to the benefits -

9. 20,000 construction workers will be employed for 5 years, 4,000 permanent jobs for operating it thereafter -
10. not to mention the HUGE demand it will generate for steel, concrete and cement.
11. And if you want to look at long term benefits - just look at Europe (which greatly prospered from Eurail),
12. China (which was able to grow its GDP because of mega projects like these) and Japan (virtually connected today by bullet train network)
13. Lastly, the technology transfer in this project will enable India to build future bullet train projects on its own, at much lower cost
14. and maybe someday, make it for other developing countries - just like we are launchig satellites for mcuh advanced countries today!
15. The Indian govt could have selected the Chinese offer, which was 18% lower than Japanese quote.
16. But the Japanese bullet train system has not reported a SINGLE accident since 1964 - as against Chinese developers.
17. These trains run on magnetic levitation,have in-built sensors, to safe-guard disasters like earthquake - derailing distant probability
18. At some point, you got to take these decisions, which propel you into the next orbit -
19. or you could wait for entire population of country to be lifted above poverty line, to satisfy argument of righteous capital allocation
You should have posted this in the bullet train thread

Anyway, I am not against Modi . He is our only hope to hold out against those who are baying for the destruction of India.
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You should have posted this in the bullet train thread

Anyway, I am not against Modi . He is our only hope to hold out against those who are baying for the destruction of India.
yeah I realized it later .. but looks like most non-congressi are easily swayed by negative reporting and super gullible. Have some trust man, Modi and NDA are not chutiyas. Almost everything is quite well baked.

If you don't create Shivaji monument, Mumbai is looking like shit. Sorry to say, but media shows Mumbai as slum with floods not commercial capital.
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First thing, I am not against Modi at all,.. I trust and faith his almost every work,..

Change is also a good idea and one must move with time, technology and the world. Or you are called illiterate, backwards, orthodox and undeveloped in every which way,.. Modi is on the right path,… e.g. three super companies,…. Ambassador, HMT and Nokia -- they were best of their make - monopoly and still could not change with time, for new models and public varied flavor and taste needs,….n’ are nearly no more today,..

But also, if the flood and rain water accumulated, is not controlled, then every other day, train will be late 2-4-8-36 hours and it will defeat the purpose,.. Plus most of us Jugaaris and time-pass guys just takes train to pass 6-8 hours for smthg new, gup-sup, taas-patta, aaraam se sona,… ( train chale, aur hawa aaye,… pachaas paise ki mungfali, ya 10 Rs ke chai ka at-ease se, sip maarna,…) ‘Coz to those poors , no1 will let them seat in any hotel for 2 hours with at-ease, otherwise ) and taste the new atmosphere,.. they have no prob, if travel takes 2 hours or 10 hours,.. they rather love the journey,.. I remember, once I had taken train from Bhavnagar to AHD ( 4 hrs of ST instead ) for 11 hours of train ride,.. lol !

Just like they promised many toilets and sarkari shauchalayas and in those area,… water lines were not there,..to the Shauchalayas venue,.. so, how to flush the toilet,… need after poos and piss? No one gave it a thought and accepted false promises and btw,.. Yugpursh also won, 2nd times by such so many bogus fraud and cheat, false promises,…

Every train travelers do not have any solid reason of time,.. most just need sikkal-ride with at-ease sleeping and enjoy the ride at window, spend 5-10 rs at each station for buying smthg from, time-pass Vendors,.. and such,…luxury feel,... on baap ki train,...



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