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Visa restriction revoked from Modi; Invitation to visit America

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America Visit

America has lifted visa restrictions upon extreme Hindu groups in India BJP’s leader and probable Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At same time, U.S. President Barak Obama invited him to visit Washington. What would be Modi’s visa status – response to the question U.S. state department spokesman said that, Prime Minister of India will be welcomed by America? As the head of the government Modi, will get A-One visa.

On Friday afternoon, Obama congratulated Modi by telephone for winning India’s election and invited him to visit America. Continue reading

Narendra Modi seeks personal triumph in final round of election

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Narendra Modi

India’s general election reaches a climax on Monday as opposition challenger Narendra Modi seeks an individual mandate in Varanasi, the holy city around the river Ganges, to control by his modernized make of Hindu nationalism.

Modi may be the first prime ministerial candidate to face within the 3,000-year-old city where several religions mingle. Varanasi is an ancient center of Buddhism, but one in six voters are Muslim Hindus think that to die here brings salvation by getting away periodic reincarnation.

A triumph within the city body of 41 seats in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal that are voting around the last day’s India’s five-week general election – would crown an unrelenting campaign through the 63-year-old chief minister of Gujarat to guide his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to energy following a decade in opposition. Continue reading

Congress only has one agenda – to prevent me, says Modi

Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi

The Congress is going after just one-point agenda “Stop Modi” however, the voting trend to date within the Lok Sabha elections signifies the UPA obtained care of out, BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi said here Monday.

Addressing an election rally in Kalyan’s town in Thane’s district, Modi said the Congress was not fighting to retain energy in order to win the election.

“It is just going after just one-point agenda ‘Stop Modi‘ no matter what, because they apprehend they’ll be destroyed,” the Bharatiya Janata Party leader said in a rally where he shared the dais with ally Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray. Continue reading

I’m Absolutely Sure the Congress Will Return to Power: Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi

Congress co-president Rahul Gandhi has claimed that India’s ruling party Congress will come to power again.

On the occasion of the manifesto proclamation at a press conference on Wednesday, Rahul Gandhi claimed it. He said, “BJP can campaign in a better way. In 2004, they carried out ‘India Shining’ campaign. India was much progressed. Several studies claimed that the BJP was returning in power. Everyone knows what the result was. In 2009, the same thing happened. Again, it is being said, BJP will come to power. However, I say, Congress will return to power. It is 100 percent guaranteed.”

To attract the new voters, it is said in the manifesto that around 60 million new jobs will be created in the healthcare sector by 2020. In all, the creation of 10 million new jobs has been targeted in the manifesto. Continue reading

Money Power is the Biggest Challenge for India in Election of 2014

India in Election of 2014

India in Election of 2014

500 billion U.S. dollar will be needed for the general election of 2014 in India. It is about 30 thousand crore in Indian rupee. Election Commission is confused that this huge amount is one of the biggest challenges for this transparent election.

The parliamentary election of 2014 in India is going to be started on April 7. This 9 phased election will be ended on 12 May. Nearly 81 crore voters will vote for 543 public representatives. Chief Election Commissioner thinks that money power is a big obstacle problem in the affair and transparent election for this huge country like India. Electoral campaign will cost that amount of money, which will compete with the most expensive U.S. presidential election in the world. It is said that almost 700 million dollars was spent in the U.S. presidential election in the year of 2012. According to the prediction of Centre for Media Study, despite the shaky economy of India, 500 billion dollars or 30 thousand crore rupee will be spent as a record amount of money for this year’s elections in India. This amount is three times than the cost of 2009 elections. Continue reading