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Old January 27th, 2015, 04:41 PM
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Working in coal mines and all that. For a Congress politician to be clean? It will take a great deal more persuasion than comparison with Pratibha Patil.

Try again.
I don't believe in that premise which is "Every congress politician is corrupt and every BJP politician is honest" .

I agree that number of corrupt people in congress is higher than that in BJP - but that does not make everybody in congress corrupt and everybody in BJP clean.
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I don't believe in that premise which is "Every congress politician is corrupt and every BJP politician is honest" .
Have you met any Cong politician or their relatives. i doubt if even they believe that any one in Cong is Honest. It might be like finding a needle in a haystack.

I do agree with the second half of your statement. Every BJP politician is also not honest.
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I don't believe in that premise which is "Every congress politician is corrupt and every BJP politician is honest" .

I agree that number of corrupt people in congress is higher than that in BJP - but that does not make everybody in congress corrupt and everybody in BJP clean.

Shriman Napolean Jee,

Honorable Amthalal Jee and honorable Marvelous Jee, two of the original clan worshipers, and admirers of beautiful Rahul have become inactive at your site. Shri RaniRaja Jee is left all alone. I am so glad you have decided to 'come' out of the closet.

India is a democracy and so is echarcha.com, your site. You have no reason to be embarrassed. It is okay to be anti-BJP. It is okay to not like Shri Modi jee. It is okay.

Pl name one honest untainted kangress minister in last 10 years of UPA government? And I will name 10 honest BJP ministers in current government.

Go ahead.

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Re: Barack Obama congratulates Narendra Modi on phone, invites him to US

Dr. Jhunjunwala , You were also a clan worshipper

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Some of you BJP supporters are so vicious. Remove those saffron color BJP issued sunglasses so you can see the reality.

Man Mohan Singh could have moved to US and lived a happy and comfortable life ...

Rahul, Priyanaka, and Madam could have moved to Italy, London, Europe, or Swizerland to spend life in lap of luxury ... and yet they have stayed in India to serve poor and minorities. Have you no respeks for their sacrifices for our country?

In stead of saluting you accuse them of corruption? Okay ... fine ... why not let your Modi government set up an investigative committee to clear good names of our Past President (Can you remember her name? I cant. You know the one who used to do dishes and cook and clean when Rahul and Priyanaka were in diapers?), and Madam, and Rahul and husband of Priyanka and great man Man Mohan Singh. It is imperative (Queen's English) that good names of these families are washed clean before next elections. These are good people from good families. They should be respected and not maligned.
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Shriman Napolean Jee,

Honorable Amthalal Jee and honorable Marvelous Jee, two of the original clan worshipers, and admirers of beautiful Rahul have become inactive at your site. Shri RaniRaja Jee is left all alone. I am so glad you have decided to 'come' out of the closet.

India is a democracy and so is echarcha.com, your site. You have no reason to be embarrassed. It is okay to be anti-BJP. It is okay to not like Shri Modi jee. It is okay.

Pl name one honest untainted kangress minister in last 10 years of UPA government? And I will name 10 honest BJP ministers in current government.

Go ahead.

Thank you.

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First of all , you need to get rid of that mindset - Just because I said that "Not everybody in BJP is honest" , I am not anti-BJP or Pro-Congress or Pro-BJP or anti-Congress.

You can't say anything on this site without being accused of being pro or anti of a political party?

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First of all , you need to get rid of that mindset - Just because I said that "Not everybody in BJP is honest" , I am not anti-BJP or Pro-Congress or Pro-BJP or anti-Congress.

You can't say anything on this site without being accused of being pro or anti of a political party?
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Old January 28th, 2015, 07:55 AM
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Re: Barack Obama congratulates Narendra Modi on phone, invites him to US

Interesting article on the POTUS visit and talks with Modi. Explains why China and Pakistan are screaming..

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Modi and Obama, Hugging for India’s Security



NEW DELHI — President Obama had not been off the plane for more than a few minutes on Sunday when the first major event of his visit to India occurred: He and Prime Minister Narendra Modi embraced, like old friends, in front of a bank of cameras.

The crawl on NDTV, an Indian news channel, changed to “MODI/OBAMA HUG,” because this was not expected.

President Xi Jinping of China had gotten a “firm handshake” last September when Mr. Modi invited him to a banquet in his native Gujarat for his birthday. Mr. Obama had also merited the same treatment when he and Mr. Modi first met in September in Washington.

That Mr. Obama had been upgraded on Sunday was confirmed several hours later, when the two men embraced a second time at the end of a news conference.

Mr. Modi has been known to hug other leaders whom he considers trusted partners: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan and, more recently, Prime Minister Tony Abbott of Australia. There has been a lot of talk about personal chemistry over the last few days, but Mr. Modi is extremely careful about the signals he sends. So let me suggest the following way of understanding this development: as a “quadrilateral security hug.”

Eight years ago, India signed up for the “quadrilateral security dialogue,” an experiment that included Australia, Japan and the United States — but not China. Introduced by Mr. Abe and endorsed by Dick Cheney, the vice president of the United States at the time, the effort eventually drew in Singapore and culminated in joint military exercises in the Bay of Bengal on a scale never previously seen in the region, anchored by an American nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, the Nimitz.

It didn’t last long. Even before the four countries convened for their first joint meeting, China had sent formal diplomatic protests to Washington, New Delhi, Canberra and Tokyo, complaining of what some called a “mini-NATO.” Less than two years later, at a summit meeting with China, Australia announced that it was withdrawing from the quadrilateral dialogue. Mr. Abe left office after that. So did Mr. Cheney. Indian policy makers had been ambivalent to begin with. After that, the idea died on the vine.

But Mr. Modi appears interested in reviving some version of the project. When he met with Mr. Obama for one-on-one talks on Sunday, the first 45 minutes of their conversation were dominated by an animated discussion of China. The two countries then issued a joint statement on a “strategic vision for the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean region,” something India had refused to do in the past, fearing it would be read as hostile to China.

This may be the biggest surprise to come out of this meeting, and it tells us several things about Mr. Modi’s intentions. One is that he has set aside, at least for the moment, his early vision of striking an economic grand bargain with China, the only country capable of injecting tens of billions of dollars for a much-needed modernization of India’s infrastructure. Returning to the bargaining table with Beijing after Sunday’s statement will be tricky. And he is willing to imagine an expansive security role that stretches “from Africa to East Asia,” as the statement put it, a notion that dates back to the days of the British Raj, said Ashok Malik, a columnist who advised Mr. Modi’s campaign last year.

“America is looking at developing India into a net security provider” in the Indo-Pacific area, he said. “I think Modi recognizes that if India doesn’t step up to that role, China will fill the vacuum.”


In the coming months, this idea will submerge into the bureaucracies of both countries, which will take up such matters as India’s membership in the Asia-Pacific Economic and Cooperation group and interoperability between the two country’s armed forces. It is not likely to go away, though. Over the last three days, absent a single ground-breaking announcement, Indian news outlets have fixated on any number of details: the sight of Mr. Obama chewing gum, possibly Nicorette, at the Republic Day parade; amusement at the news that Mr. Modi wore a suit whose pin-stripes were actually tiny lines of script spelling out his name.

But let us not discount the possibility that the hug between the two leaders, for the seconds that it lasted, could be the distant opening bell of a great game.

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I am not sure why the NYT guy thinks that China is the only country which can pour in '10s of billions of dollars' . The chinese built their own infrastructure on Credit.
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I am not sure why the NYT guy thinks that China is the only country which can pour in '10s of billions of dollars' . The chinese built their own infrastructure on Credit.
China have poured lots of billions in Sri Lanka, which the new President says is going to review.
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hamra bhojpuri bhi thoda gadbada gaya jab se hum joo pee chhode hain.. lekin dost log bheje hain massage to has lo.

मोदिया सूट मे नाम लिखा लिहीस त एत्ना बवाल ?? हमरा कच्छा मे "लालू, केजरी" लिखा है, कौनो हल्ला नही ?
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Lol ! America se aaya mera dost,... !

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Obama said, Gandhi would have been shocked,
Lol, when did India ever cared about Gandhi, we want Godse Pratima in every corner anyway

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Obama said, Gandhi would have been shocked,
Lol, when did India ever cared about Gandhi, we want Godse Pratima in every corner anyway

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Modi monogrammed 'Rs.10 lakh' suit: My son does not have guts to spend that kind of money, says NRI businessman

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Last month, as the nation was celebrating its 65th Republic Day and the historic presence of President Barack Obama as the first American head of state to be invited as chief guest, the focus shifted to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monogrammed black suit, which generated substantial controversy and occupied considerable space in the media.

Media reports have claimed that the price of the suit that Prime Minister Modi wore during his interaction with President Barack Obama at Hyderabad House last month was apparently Rs.10 lakhs.

However, in an exclusive interview given to ANI, Rameshkumar Bhikabhai Virani, the man who gave the suit to Prime Minister Modi, rubbished all speculation linked to it.

Rameshkumar Bhikabhai said,"I am from Gujarat. I presented this suit to him (Prime Minister Modi) when I attended the recent Vibrant Gujarat Summit. I gave it while extending an invitation to him to attend my son's wedding on January 26."

When specifically asked to give his reaction to reports appearing in the media about the pinstripe suit, Rameshkumar said, "My son's name is Smit Virani. I gave this gift to my elder brother (Prime Minister Modi) on behalf of my son. My son had this idea of making this monogrammed suit. He said he wanted to give a surprise to Modiji."

When pressed for a comment on what was the actual cost of the suit, Rameshkumar said, "People can say anything. I can confirm that what is being said about its cost is not the correct amount. My son does not have the guts to spend that kind of money or that amount."

"My son's wedding was the first event our family was celebrating since my father's death two years ago. I met him (Prime Minister Modi) and insisted that he attend the wedding as an elder of the family. While accepting the suit as a gift, he told me that he (Prime Minister Modi) was very busy for the next two to three days, but promised to wear it. But he also said that he will give the suit to charity. I said that his accepting the suit from me was a big honour in itself, and it wasn't important for me as to what he did with it after wearing it," Rameshkumar said.

"The fact is that Modiji wore this on the day of my son's wedding on January 26. It was a blessing for us. There can be no price attached to this," he added.

When asked to respond to political criticism of Modi and his suit, Rameshkumar told ANI, "I am not a politician; I am a businessman. I am very far away from politics. For me, it is invaluable that Modiji wore this suit on the day of my son's wedding."

"He told me that this suit would be auctioned and the proceeds will be sent to a Ganga-related charity," Rameshkumar said.

The NRI businessman said his family's ties with Prime Minister Modi go back to over four decades, and added that there were many memorable moments that both shared during all these years.

"Whenever Narendrabhai used to meet us, my father used to give him a dhoti and a jubba (an waist-length garment, usually with long sleeves). I used to ask my father why he insisted on giving Narendrabhai Modi clothes, and my father said it was an expression of his love for Narendrabhai. Through sickness or in times of happiness, Narendrabhai has been a part of our family," said Rameshkumar.

Prime Minister Modi's suit has been put up for auction in Surat. The auction will be on for three days (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday). The proceeds from the auctioned suit will go to the Namami Gange Trust Fund, a programme for the cleaning of the River Ganga.

In the past also, the Prime Minister has been known to donate his personal gifts for a noble cause.

When Mr. Modi was the Chief Minister of Gujarat, he had raised over Rs.95 crores for girl child education in the state.

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