Google India Today: March 2014

Monday, 31 March 2014

GUJARAT GROWTH RATE: FACTS SPEAK


BIHAR AND MADYAPRADESH ARE FAR AHEAD OF GUJARAT
Bihar and Madhya Pradesh Are Far Ahead in Growth Rate
Illustrative Image: Courtesy WIkipedia


The main focus of Modi and BJP to capture the national imagination especially of the middle class is their propaganda about the  Growth Rate. The UPA, after all, not only is projected as scam infested but failed  in the Economic front too, according to the Modi Supporters. In contrast Gujarat is touted as the no one growth oriented state. 

Let us examine these claims objectively with the help of official figures.

Saturday, 29 March 2014

A Short Background to the 'Vibrant Gujarat' and 'Gujarat Model' slogans


A Short Background to the 'Vibrant Gujarat' and 'Gujarat Model' slogans
Foreign Diplomats and Journals were all Praise for the Gujarat Model
Courtesy:India Elections 2014|Learning Politics

Alienation of Politically Active Sections

Middle class

By 2012, scams, Supreme Court/CAG observations, Declining Growth Rate, Falling Rupee etc., have made the middle class genuinely turn against the UPA.

Saturday, 22 March 2014

All About the Gujarat Model Of Development

All About The Gujarat Model of Development 


The Gujarat Model of Development is a hotly debated topic nowadays

Modi has been visiting cities, towns, villages, and keeps on elaborating on this and also on his 'Vision'. This 'Vision' includes setting up of 100 smart cities, IITs, IIMs, AIIMSs in all states, revamping the infrastructures to the world standard, fight against poverty, corruption and much more.

Friday, 21 March 2014

Advani Allowed to 'Choose' Gandhinagar

Advani-Modi Spat


There seems to be no end to the Advani-Modi spat. The latest one is about the constituency for Advani to contest. Whether Advani is really worried about Modi pulling the rug from under, if he contested from a Modi turf or whether he wanted to be in the limelight can be anybody's guess.

Thursday, 20 March 2014

INDIA-2014

INDIA-2014

The most important event for India in 2014, why, maybe for many more years to come, will be the General Elections to Parliament. Whatever may be the outcome, the results will have a deeper and far-reaching impact on the Indian polity, far more than the past elections had.