-Bridge the Gap Bring the Change

Tag Narendra moid

Narendra Modi not disclosing marital status an offence: court

Ahmedabad, June 30, 2014  rendra A court in Ahmedabad on Monday held that Prime Minister Narendra Modi committed an offence by not disclosing his marital status in an affidavit filed with his nomination during the 2012 Gujarat assembly polls but… Continue Reading →

Narendra Modi Regime – The Game Begins

By Anand Teltumbde 11 June, 2014 Countercurrents.org Now that people have voted for BJP beyond its own imagination and Narendra Modi got on to the business of ‘maximum governance’ many people thought that the old games associated with hindutva would… Continue Reading →

Can Modi be compared to Hitler?

  Ram Punyani The national daily Hindustan Times carried an article (‘Comparing Hitler’s Germany with India 2014 is odious’, Marcus Pindur and Padma Rao Sunderji, HT 23rd may 2014), the following is the response to that.       With Modi coming to… Continue Reading →

How will the king (Narendra Modi) be guided by his raj guru (the RSS)?

Of Dharma and Artha Vol – XLIX No. 22, May 31, 2014 Editorials., EPW Gujarat 2002, India 2014: numbers seem to sanctify. Well, Gujarat 2002 did give the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) an absolute majority in Gujarat and ever since… Continue Reading →

Narendra Modi and RSS: Is it the beginning of a difficult equation?

How Modi deals with the RSS leadership, in terms of personal ties and meeting expectations of the cadre will be among the key challenges before him. ET SPECIAL:   Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay Narendra Modi may become prime minister. Such a victory… 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 →

Modi has no regard for any kind of court, least of all judiciary

The refrain that democratic institutions will survive him ignores how weak they are. Written by Nandini Sunder | May 2, 2014 , Indian Express Modi has no regard for any other kind of court, least of all a constitutionally appointed judiciaryThe refrain… Continue Reading →

The Resistible Rise of Narendra Modi

Economic & Political Weekly, Vol – XLIX No. 18, May 03, 2014 | Sumanta Banerjee Commentary A rereading of Bertolt Brecht‘s The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (1941) and Sinclair Lewis‘s It Can’t Happen Here (1935) is helpful in understanding the social… Continue Reading →

Modi- #Hatespeech – Should We Run Relief Camps? Open Child Producing Centres?’ #NOMOre_2014

Excerpts from a translation of an audio recording of the infamous speech, courtesy NDTV and Indian Express. NARENDRA MODI    On September 9, Narendra Modi’s  Gujarat Gaurav Yatra rolled into Becharaji, where he delivered his by now infamous Hum paanch,… Continue Reading →

Poem – If we are to believe Mr. Modi … #NaMo #Feku

  (Translated from Gujarati) Rohit Prajapati and Trupti Shah 16 February 2014 If we are to believe Mr. Modi, Gujarat has “developed” so much so that it would do if Gujarat’s development goes dieting for months together. If we are to believe… Continue Reading →

« Older posts

© 2023 Kractivism — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑