If we reduce No votes from Yes Votes , Modi came down to 6th Position now
Narendra Modi recieved More No Votes than Yes votes today is last day of poll, April 6th 2012.
Anonymous is a world wide community currently acting against SOPA/PIPA/ACTA, All their acts were based on peer pressure
They have not ” HACKED” the time webiste and poll as beinga Alleged by Narendra Modi supporter.
The Anonymous Facebook Page- https://www.facebook.com/OffiziellAnonymousPage, have 440K fans, and not a single announcement, appeal to vote for TIMES POLL.
Similarly their twitter Handle @anonops has 302,456 Followers and officially they are not promoting and if they were then they ought to get at least 20 Lakhs votes by now. So its all SUPPORT.
“Anonymous takes down Narendra Modi” headlines,
Anonymous 358300 22626
Narendra Modi 240171 147742
The faceless distributed hacker group who initiated Denial of service attacks on Companies who worked against
Internet Democracy . They took down visa , master card, amazon and paypal websites as a visible example of peer protest against their undemocratic practices .
Occupation: Shadowy, loose-knit cadre of hackers
Anonymous isn’t a person. It’s not even a group of people in any well-defined sense. But if you tick off the thin-skinned, ad hoc network of hackers who collaborate under the Anonymous moniker, get ready for trouble. Members have reportedly attacked sites ranging from the Vatican’s to those of major companies such as PayPal and Sony; they apparently released 75,000 credit-card numbers belonging to customers of research firm Stratfor. Arrests of dozens of suspected participants in multiple countries haven’t shut down the leaderless organization.
Get your r democratic clickin finger going,
Time to tell the old mainstream, who will be the new mainstream.
ANONYMOUS IS NUMBER 8 , LET US REPLACE MODI at no 1 ,
24 HOURS AND TICKING ;-), The poll CLOSES APRIL 6TH 2012
CLICK TO VOTE FOR ANONYMOUS HERE
April 8, 2012 at 12:02 pm
The Times of India:
Narendra Modi tops negative votes in global poll
TNN | Apr 8, 2012, 02.03AM IST
AHMEDABAD: Chinks in his e-armour have left Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi worried. Despite a large, loyal army of supporters in the cyber space, Modi, in a last minute upset, lost an internet poll conducted by a leading global magazine to choose 100 most influential people across the world.
Modi lost out to Anonymous, which is a group of hackers and Eric Martin, a champion of anti-piracy law.
But what shocked Modi’s supporters the most was the fact that chief minister got more negative votes (2,66,684) than positive (2,56,792) – in fact Modi topped the list in negative votes.
Till about 24 hours to go for the poll to close on Saturday, Modi had almost double the number of positive votes, over negatives. However, he seems to have got ambushed by those who want to reinforce his anti-Muslim image.
The net-savvy chief minister, who Congress leaders call an internet manipulator, was outsmarted by a gang of activists, who mobilized votes to prevent Modi from topping the list. The defeat comes at a time when the chief minister is trying hard to wash the stains of post-Godhra riots.
Modi supporters believe the results will wash away the impact created by a series of articles carried in the Western media.
The only consolation for Modi remains that he tops the list of six Indians, including his bete noire and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, who were nominated for the 100-strong list. Other Indians were Sachin Tendulkar, Salman Khan, Vidya Balan and Anna Hazare.