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BJP tries to reach out to Delhi voters

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siddu siddartha
Congress is equally like British government in India...
by siddu siddartha on May 04, 2009 09:40 AM

It should be out of india.

Quit india congress movement should start soon.

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New York
by New York on May 04, 2009 07:35 AM

If you watch Advani carefully you will see him frequently blinking eyes and unnecessarily waving hands.
* He is pretending while he is giving speeches.
* Never trust him. He is trying to USE you.

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BJP did in 6 years what COngress could not do it 60 yrs
by saraswathi on May 03, 2009 09:45 PM

Only 6 years of BJPs rule has transformed India into a super Power India, Economic Power India, Self COnfident India, Internationally Respected India.... Why cant your selfish eyes see that none of this happened in the 55 years of Congi governance before BJPs Government. But I know illetrate ppl dont understand all this because illetrate ppl in this country have got used to FREE things that the COngress has to offer. They do not understand that This very FREE culture from CONGRESS is killing illetrate ppls Self Respect to the core & making them even more depressed & that is why they are forced to commit suicide.

Why dont you try n answer ur self that whom has the congress never tried to divide. They have done all soughts of HATE politics First Hindus, Sikhs then SC/ST/OBC politics & now its Christians & Muslims.

If BJP would have been in Power any longer then we would already have been a Developed Super Power nation by now but ILLETRATES dont want that. ILLETRATES only want Corruption.

Ha ha so I guess its up to you to decide. Maybe that is why CONGRESS wants ILLETRATE POORs to be that way forever that suits their way of politics.

OR as I said ILLETRATE PEOPLE dont understand all this.

Jai Hind.

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Lopesh S
BJPs Magical Novel schme for needy what did congee do 4 60yrs
by Lopesh S on May 03, 2009 09:42 PM

Ladli Laxmi Yojana scheme was started by the BJP govt in MP in 2006. In a very short time, it has proved to be one of the most successful social welfare schemes in the history of the state.

Under the scheme, the state govt buys saving certificates of Rs 6,000 each year for five consecutive years for every girl born in a family.

The girl gets Rs 2,000 after she completes her Class 5, another Rs 4,000 after she completes Class 8, Rs 7,500 after she completes the Class 10, Rs 200 per month in her 11th standard and a lumpsum amount of Rs 1,18,000 after she enters the 12th standard or, alternatively, attains the age of 18.

The principal aim of the scheme is to eliminate school dropout among girl students and to encourage them to study at least upto pre-college level.
Kanyadhan Yojna: state gives Rs 7,500 for poor families during the time of a girl's marriage, and
Janani Suraksha Yojna: state provides all economic & health support to a pregnant woman till the time of delivery.
This is what I (as an Indian) call development of girl child; unfortunately no media will project this, but will project BJP as T@liban if some Sene beats a girl who goes to a pub only coz it happened in a state ruled by BJP. This bias is going to be the undoing of the Congress

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Any good scheme from BJP is bad for media
by balaji on May 03, 2009 09:41 PM

Yeddyurappa’s budget had encouraging news for several sections of the population — farmers, high school students, officials, researchers, patients, alike.

The decision to send 1000 farmers abroad on a study tour will expose them to different types of farming methods. Further a provision of Rs 750 crores as a support price for farm produce is good news.
Yeddi has given a fillip to ornamental fishery and has given an impetus to the establishment of goshalas for the protection of milch cattle. Extending free power to farmers with upto 10 HP pumpsets, introducing e-tendering to bring in transparency, allotting Rs 2 crore for reviving the river Arkavathy and establishing 500 foot bridges in the Malnad to bring connectivity to remote villages, are all heartening to note.

CM also deserves to be congratulated for providing free health insurance to poor families. Another noteworthy point, is the support given to the development of sandalwood cultivation, green villages and medicinal plants

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Better be realistic
by wellwisher on May 03, 2009 07:57 PM

because pre-election promises that can not be fulfilled often backlash against the party that makes them.
Advani is too desperate to come to power but the side effects of his ambition will take a long time to erase.

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