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Modi sworn in as PM – Mobs clash in Ahmedabad, shops and vehicles burnt

AFP  Ahmedabad, May 26, 2014 First Published: 16:05 IST(26/5/2014) | Last Updated: 16:20 IST(26/5/2014)   Ahmedabad: Police fired tear gas to break up clashes between Hindu and Muslim mobs in Narendra Modi’s heartland of Gujarat on the eve of his swearing in… Continue Reading →

“Worse Than Reagan”: Meet the Violent Chauvinist Now Leading India, Narendra Modi

By Elias Isquith, Salon 23 May 14   arlier this month, India, the largest democracy in the world, held its national parliamentary elections. As was widely expected, the result was a clear and potentially epochal victory for the Bharatiya Janata… Continue Reading →

Could a Hindu Extremist Become India’s Next Prime Minister?

Zahir Janmohamed on May 13, 2014 – 0:36PM ET Narendra Modi (second from right) waves to his supporters in Varanasi (Reuters/Adnan Abidi) Ahmedabad—In a recent interview, Narendra Modi, the man likely to be India’s next prime minister, was askedby a news agency why… Continue Reading →

#India – If Modi Becomes The PM….

Irfan Engineer It is unlikely that Narendra Modi will be elected as the PM of such a diverse and vast country like India. In his election campaign, Modi’s PR machinery’s objective seemed to be to reach out to the electorate… Continue Reading →

Five reasons why Modi should not be crowned the ‘King of Hindustan’ #NOMOre_2014

He has had a controversial 12-year record as the chief minister of Gujarat, a state his mentors in RSS proudly flaunt as a Hindutva laboratory where Muslims, Christians and tribals have been systematically persecuted in pursuit of a diabolic agenda… Continue Reading →

PRESS RELEASE- NAPM urges PM not to attend CHOGM in Sri Lanka

    New Delhi / Chennai, November 6: We are disturbed that the Indian position regarding participation in the CHOGM in Colombo November 15-17,2013 is still quite unclear. There has been a strong demand to boycott the conference because of… Continue Reading →

South Block lectures journalists on junket etiquette #mustread

Tripti Nath , Indian journalists traveling abroad as part of media delegations with the President, Vice President and Prime Minister are notorious for their unseemly behaviour. Haggling endlessly with shopkeepers, getting into drunken brawls, complaining about food or making a… Continue Reading →

#India – Dilution of Nuclear Liability: Open Letter from Admiral Ramdas to the PM #mustread

    My dear Prime Minister, PRIME MINISTER’S IMPENDING VISIT TO AMERICA AND IMPLICATIONS FOR OUR NUCLEAR LIABILITY ACT It is only on matters of vital national concern that I address a letter to my Prime Minister. We appear to… Continue Reading →

#India – Rising medicine prices make citizens remind PM of ‘forgotten’ I-Day vow

Tuesday, Aug 13, 2013, Agency: DNA Maitri Porecha Pic for representational purpose. – Shutter Stock A year after prime minister Manmohan Singh promised free medicines at government hospitals, citizens and health groups are coming together to remind him of the… Continue Reading →

Open Letter To Prime Minister Of India: Dr. Manmohan Singh seeking endorsements

Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (JSA) is seeking your endorsement for the open letter to Prime Minister which is given below. The letter reminds him of his promise made during the last Independence Day speech that free medicines would be distributed through… Continue Reading →

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