Narendra Modi - the people's politician

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  1. sydsnyper

    sydsnyper Senior Member Senior Member

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    Comrades sure take a lot of time responding to comments... and when they do, unfortunately it almost never rises above calling their adversaries bhakts, or making out of the world theories on facism & intolerence.... huh..
     
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    It's the Com-evan-jihadi (CEJ) cohort that are united in their visceral, unadulterated hatred of the heathens and the kaafir.

    They come disguised in different forms, but reveal their true selves sooner than later.
     
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    Reply the one calling u a bhakt with a Namazi
     
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    Fortunately we don't care anymore other than the pleasure in "trolling" them with facts and logic.
    BTW their "logic" disappears when their vatican mothers and fathers are in seats of power.
     
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    India now world's 2nd largest road network at 5.8 million km: Gen VK Singh
     
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    OT question, how many of you would share the view that Fastag should be expanded to include 2 wheeler in the second phase, so that they too pay a tiny bit of toll tax?
     
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    I think it is good give a major boost to exchequer
     
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    We hardly find 2 wheelers on highways outside of the city..
     
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    Most toll roads don't even allow 2 wheelers like ORR in Hyderabad . Where 2 wheelers can only use service lane . Second toll are collected for certain long distance travel roads not intracity roads . Most two wheeler users may be resident of that locality who may have to use the road to move for their livelihood . I had done bike ride from HYD to Leh . Most toll roads I used had villages all around both sides and villagers wanted movement. Plus bikes don't do much wear and tear on the roads as much as trucks and buses will do :biggrin2:


     
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    There are a series of interviews of Gopal Godse, some of the things he says makes sense..

     
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    Vote what you think about Mr. PM Modi
     
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    I did, in the general elections, twice.

    Don't give a flying fuck about random internet polls. But please go ahead.
     
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    FUCK YOU brothelwood.............
     
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    Mohan babu and family are worse than Bollywood...
     
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    Elder son married Veronica and converted is what i heard . younger one is dipshit leftist

     
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    The short welcome speech is in English, please go through.

    The islamic jihadis of bengal and the communists are burning :D
     
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    'It's a Pilgrimage for Me': Modi Marks 157th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda at Belur Math
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who spent the night at Belur Math, joined morning prayers at the headquarters of the Ramakrishna Mission on Sunday.
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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi joins morning prayers at Belur Math on Sunday.
    Kolkata:
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined the morning prayers at Belur Math on Sunday as he marked the 157th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda at the headquarters of Ramakrishna Mission during his two-day visit to the state.

    Modi, who stayed overnight at the Math in neighbouring Howrah district, visited the temple of Swami Vivekananda early on Sunday to pay respects to the spiritual leader. He then visited the main temple building and paid tribute to Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa.

    Swami Vivekananda's birth anniversary is also observed as the National Youth Day.

    Speaking on the occasion, Modi said his visit to the Math is a “pilgrimage” for him and thanked the Mamata Banerjee government for accepting his request to stay there.

    “Coming to Belur Math is no less than a pilgrimage. I am thankful to the president of the Math that they allowed me to stay here. I would also like to thank the government for accepting my request and letting me stay here,” he said.

    “The last time I came here, I had taken the blessings of Swami Atmasthanandaji. Today, he is not physically present with us. But his work, his path, will always guide us in the form of Ramakrishna Mission,” Modi added.

    The PM reached Belur Math late on Saturday and spent the night there instead of proceeding to Raj Bhavan. After reaching Belur Math, located in neighbouring Howrah district across the Hooghly river, the prime minister met RKM president Swami Smaranananda.

    Modi was received by senior monks of the order after he reached Belur taking the river route from Kolkata.

    He was served prasad (food offered to god) comprising five fried dishes, luchi, rice pudding, sweets and fruits after he arrived.

    The link between the prime minister and the Ramakrishna Mission goes back to mid-60s when a teenaged Modi, inspired by the teachings of Swami Vivekananda, had arrived at the Mission's Rajkot branch in Gujarat and expressed the desire to join the order.

    This is Modi's second visit to Belur Math after becoming prime minister. On May 10, 2015, a "deeply emotional" Modi had spent a few morning hours at the Math, praying and meditating.

    He had then meditated in ascetic-philosopher Swami Vivekananda's room, which was specially opened at his request.

    Later on Sunday, he will participate in the sesquicentenary celebrations of the Kolkata Port Trust. The prime minister and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will share the dais at the Netaji Indoor Stadium again during the event following their cold meeting upon Modi’s arrival on Saturday.
     
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    GREAT MAN. AKA MAHA PURUSH :truestory:
     
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