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'If Narendra Modi cannot bring about a change in India, no one else can'

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MG Rabbani
If Narendra Modi cannot bring about a change in India, no one els
by MG Rabbani on May 25, 2017 12:24 PM

You are good actor but now you have became idiot.. You are blind, India has change a lot before becoming Modi as Priminister? Bhakt stop this non-sence

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Gujjus stand by Gujjus...
by on Sep 01, 2014 10:37 AM  | Hide replies

With Modi becoming PM, Gujjus have become more agressive.... Paresh Rawal has discovered his roots back in Ahmedabad... And this man is working in Hindi films (in Mumbai) for decades... Wonder what has he done for the state which he lived for decades....

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Re: Gujjus stand by Gujjus...
by on Sep 01, 2014 10:38 AM
And needless to say utilized the resources as well...

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100% truth
by kareem on Aug 31, 2014 11:30 PM  | Hide replies

but which direction?? I believe he can lead as 14th century ,... he has that skill, no doubt, 2002 we saw it.. why this debate.. anyway good.. Adhani must rule here, common man should struggle. he can make change because coman man must commit suicide, I belive so.. any atheist who can think like human being plz correct me.. what a people?? small doubt where is black money?? was it white??

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Shaik Bade Saheb
by Shaik Bade Saheb on Aug 30, 2014 06:27 PM

It is possible to achieve total literacy in the entire Indian sub-Continent [in just 30 days in half of India] in 60 days, thanks to the nature of Indian languages. The illiterates can read the local language newspapers and also write. It is also possible to eradicate poverty in India in 7 to 10 years as I see a great ray of hope in the Corporate Social Responsibility for 400 million Indian poor which even one lakh Modis even after hiring World's top hundred economists can not achieve. Mr. Pareshji are you ready for this? If so, please contact me.

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nitesh kumar sinha
by nitesh kumar sinha on Aug 30, 2014 07:40 AM  | Hide replies

Yo r wrong Mr Rawal. India has already been changed by vision of Nehru, Gandhi, Manmohan Singh , A B Bajpayee and many more and every citizen of country contribute for nation making and changing for better future.

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Re: change
by RC on Aug 31, 2014 09:13 AM
Hey Dumbo!! If you can't understand what he is saying then please don't comment!!

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Sujeet Mourya
Re: Re: change
by Sujeet Mourya on Aug 31, 2014 07:44 PM
Are Jundu, Many India can change, not only MOdi

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Ahi Sen
Can Narendra Modi honor a system of law?
by Ahi Sen on Aug 29, 2014 08:40 PM

Government came and gone. Each Government showered benefits to capitalists and opposed lawful, court adjudged decisions on legitimate claims of the employees. Awards given by Central Administrative Tribunal have been kept unimplemented for decades depriving the employees. Will Narendra Modi pick up courage to implement those Awards? We shall wait to see his action in this regard.

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Prabhakar Waghodekar
'If Narendra Modi cannot bring about a change in India, no one el
by Prabhakar Waghodekar on Aug 29, 2014 02:12 PM

Changing Indian mind-set to nation making and national thinking is the only solution.All rulers, foreigners or Indians, have taken care that masses not to awake, to rise, let them fight on different accounts, self-family interests ahead of national well-fare. Saints like Swami Vivekananda, Dayananda Sarswati, Lord Krishna, Lord Rama, Guru Nanak, Paigamber, and many others could not affect the working style of the privileged classes, keeping masses in dark age. Mr. Modi is trying to do better. But are you sure that Mr. Modi will succeed in his mission when we are used to keep Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Ambedkar, Jyotiba Fulay and Shivaji in our worship temples, not permitting them to play in public.

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