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Will Modi retain power?[1]

[Posted on : 2018-09-23 by ] India’s chaotic politics are difficult to predict, but he’s the favorite. The country’s $2.6 trillion economy is back on track, his reputation as an incorruptible leader is largely intact and his Bharatiya Janata Party, or BJP, has expanded its control over powerful state governments. No other political leader is as popular as the 67-year-old Modi, who has nurtured an image as a humble son of a tea-seller single-mindedly dedicated to modernizing the country. One poll in 2017 showed close to 90 percent of Indians surveyed had a favorable view of him. But those policy misfires and an anemic job market have clouded the water. The BJP recently lost coalition partners in two states (Andhra Pradesh and Kashmir) and a poll in May found nearly half of respondents thought Modi’s administration did not deserve another term. A Pew Research Center poll in September showed confidence in the economy had collapsed, with 56 percent of those surveyed saying the state of the economy was good compared to 83 percent a year earlier.

When exactly is the election?[2]

[Posted on : 2018-08-30 by Narain Das] Probably the first quarter of 2019, since the next government must be in place by mid-May and voting occurs over the course of several weeks. That’s a consequence of the daunting logistics of overseeing the world’s largest electorate: more than 800 million voters stretching from the remote Himalayas in the north to the tropical jungles of the south


[Posted on : 2014-09-11 by Honda] Whats the link to that blog chris? would like to read.. I think. Thanks by the way. Its good to hear youre getting stonmhieg out of what Im putting out. Belief vs Belief is indeed what causes so much destruction in this world.

The woman calling for Narendra Modi to take responsibility for mass murder[4]

[Posted on : 2014-04-15 by Inder jeet] The wife of a politician asks Narendra Modi, the leading candidate to be the next prime minister to be convicted of inciting mass murder while serving as prime minister during the 2002 Gujarat riots Minutes before he was hacked to death by a Hindu mob, Muslim Ehsan Jafri veteran politician took his phone and dialed past. For tens of neighbors also narrowed at home, it seemed that his only chance. At the other end of the line, Mr. Jafri said, was Narendra Modi, the powerful Indian politician who is expected to become Prime Minister of India next month. In 2002, however, he was the Head of State Mr. Jafri Gujarat minister and probably the only man who could save them from the crowd outside. When Mr. Jafri has completed the telephone conversation, however, he knew they were doomed.

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