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Padma Kumar
NDA and UPA: Not all that different,
by Padma Kumar (View MyPage) on Apr 21, 2017 10:37 PM  | Hide replies

The article is ridiculously dishonest to its title! Some of the policy reforms of this Govt. is listed (though its huge implications to country /common-man is sidelined), such as,
1) The roll-out of the GST
2) Easing of foreign investment norms
3)A new policy framework for auctioning coal assets
4) Cleaning up the government’s financing allocation system!
From the common man's perspective now we have a "100% corrupt-free Govt", a "LEADER", now heads the GOVT(who is from the grass root, and NO-MORE remote controlled by a coterie of vested interests), and who takes the responsibility on the GOOD and BAD of the governance, a "functioning Govt", and a experienced PM, with a vision and statesmanship, who checks out what his ministers do & don't! So WE DO HAVE HOPE!

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Padma Kumar
Re: NDA and UPA: Not all that different,
by Padma Kumar (View MyPage) on Apr 21, 2017 11:01 PM
I wanted to add that there is also positive discussions on "One country-One class of citizens- One law abiding all"!
Without any one of the above the country will disintegrate!
No more vote-bank politics! Prosperity of all irrespective of religious/regional/linguistic considerations - is my DREAM INDIA.

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piri
Re: Re: NDA and UPA: Not all that different,
by piri (View MyPage) on Apr 22, 2017 12:05 AM
One country - ok
One class - very much ok (though how this croxny capitalist govt is going forward on that is a big question)
one law - ok

But.....

one culture - NO
one language - NOOOOO !!


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Ramesh Joshi
UPA AND NDA
by Ramesh Joshi (View MyPage) on Apr 21, 2017 11:31 AM  | Hide replies

May be there are no differences in policies of NDA and UPA. But....There is lot of difference in the way the policy initiatives are implemented.

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Geetha RM
Two sides of a coin
by Geetha RM (View MyPage) on Apr 21, 2017 11:26 AM  | Hide replies

BJP and Congress are two sides of the same coin. Despite the fact that some state BJP govt. (eg, Karnataka) have been very corrupt people wrongly think that BJP is clean.

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Indira Venkat
Re: Two sides of a coin
by Indira Venkat (View MyPage) on Apr 21, 2017 11:38 AM
we thought BJP will be different but this govt is all hype interested only in image projection by conducting road shows all the time in various states with the eye on 2019 election and not at all interested in sitting in Delhi doing work. Targets all the opposition leaders by putting cases against them as if all their MPs and Netas are as pure as Ganga

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SUDHIR SINGHAL
Re: Two sides of a coin
by SUDHIR SINGHAL (View MyPage) on Apr 21, 2017 12:15 PM
GEETHA RM, Karnataka Government is not BJP, it is Congress. What do you have to say now ??

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Geetha RM
Re: Re: Two sides of a coin
by Geetha RM (View MyPage) on Apr 21, 2017 02:51 PM
I was talking about Yeddi/Reddi govt, not the present govt.

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BP Mohanta
nda vs upa
by BP Mohanta (View MyPage) on Apr 21, 2017 11:03 AM  | Hide replies

if we compare nda vs upa then get so many difference first feel there is govt. in country with a strong leaders secondly corruption and so many step that taken of then one is demonetization and orop demand many other others . and for overall develop every citizen have to active and work hard for development then nation get development ,

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Rakesh Dandekar
Re: nda vs upa
by Rakesh Dandekar (View MyPage) on Apr 22, 2017 02:52 PM
are you getting any RTI information about this govt no not at all this is BJP they will not out their doings instead of UPA did it and lost the election this is guts between UPA and NDA, during UPA PM never visit for local election but in this case even zilla parishad election PM canvasing and road showing this the difference. In politics no one is clean if clear then this is not politics. money want to every one either he is begger or industrialist. what exactly tax payers are getting, what exactly common people are getting, what exactly PDS giving to poor people, what exactly benefit of workers, labours. govt is coming and going but these issues are there. Jammu kashmir was peacefull during UPA now every day it is burning. GST is cleared becasue UPA agreed that PM assured that this is your baby. Instead of NDA UPA did many good work and simeltaneously corruption but people today also happy with UPA about their development. clean india doing but for that we are 0.5% taxes on service work it is auomatically cost to common tax payers. such type of comparison is any result.,

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ajay kumar
CONTROLLED BY AMERICA
by ajay kumar (View MyPage) on Apr 21, 2017 10:29 AM

BOTH UPA AND NDA THEIR ALTERNATE BOSS IS AMERICA

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arungopal agarwal
Reforms
by arungopal agarwal (View MyPage) on Apr 21, 2017 10:24 AM  | Hide replies

Barring economic reforms or stricting tax laws and reducing purchasing power of LIG, MIG and upper MIG people, Modi govt. has not done any reform.
We want accountability of political people, code of discipline for them and their retirement age.
Similarly early retirement of all govt. servants particularly at grass root level who are suspected corrupt, non performers or unfit plus accountability.
Accountability of judicial system which is totally corrupt at grass root level.
But appears Modi is afraid of taking any such bold step barring creating Income Tax and CBI fear.

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Rakesh Dandekar
Re: Reforms
by Rakesh Dandekar (View MyPage) on Apr 22, 2017 02:58 PM
No he is not afraid to take any action but afraid of losing 2019 election. this time he got full majority but 2019 majority will be short and some of MP will live this BJP because they are not getting any outside income only salary then how they will honest from Mr. Modi. wait and watch till 2019 election.

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Rakesh Dandekar
Re: Re: Reforms
by Rakesh Dandekar (View MyPage) on Apr 22, 2017 04:31 PM
I am trvelling every day by local train but our gossip is govt. during 2014 every one is praising Mr. Modi now this praises has come down within 3 years reason well known every one after anaother 1 years it will reduce little more and final years it will totally come down this is because RSS is interfering in every subject and PM is binding his head. during UP election RSS given ultimatum to PM if UP lost his seat will be in danger hence by hook or crook UP winned but what is the result when one sanyasi sitting in CM chair it look very odd. Let us hope 2019 once again people choice is BJP because there is no alternative national party in the race because congress imge is come down may be come . lets hope.

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