28.9.15

A bit too early to say so

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Too early to say. Its only been one year. After his first term by 2019, we will know more fully.

The signs are good.

The laser like focus on development, and the determination not to be sidetracked by Pakistan, and religious ideological obscurantism of the fruity loony RSS bent.....and all the other trivia that Congress leaders usually get themselves involved in (FARMER RIGHTS), which consequently do nothing for India and its people. 

The target is 10--11% annual GDP growth that is sustainable for many years, and is way beyond what other BJP/Congress governments have achieved THUS FAR, and that the development is impacting IN a meaningful way on the welfare of the aam admi---that development is not superficial. (ie. INFRASTRUCTURE and INDUSTRY----MOBILISATION OF DOMESTIC SAVINGS AND CAPITAL....initiated by the government.......JOBS AND MONEY for the aam admi)

That as a truly successful leader, who does not owe his ascendancy to DYNASTY and CLASS (Working class-chawala) he can get himself elected again on a landslide ticket, and overcome voter anti-incumbency cynicism.

Jai Hind

Good luck!



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Best leader with best policies since independence, media honcho Rupert Murdoch tweets

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Media titan Rupert Murdoch on Friday tweeted in praise on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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"Great hour with Indian PM Modi. Best leader with best policies since independence, but massive task to achieve in most complex nation," Rupert Murdoch tweeted.

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Earlier, describing India as the "biggest market", America's media honchos called for speedier digitization of the Indian system, including early expansion of the 4G network, during a one-of-its kind meeting with the Prime Minister Modi.

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During the meeting wherein the focus was on the role that the media and entertainment industry can play in development and generation of employment opportunities in the country, CEOs of the top media houses appreciated Modi for "energetic and dynamic leadership" and expressed optimism about the future of India, a statement said.
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The CEOs representing 40 per cent of the world's entertainment industry - were enthusiastic about the digital transformation that is taking place in India through the 'Digital India' initiative.
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They said that the current strong trajectory of the Indian economy makes it at a unique moment to accelerate growth in this sector.
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The CEOs present included Rupert Murdoch, executive chairman News Corp and 21stCentury Fox; James Murdoch, CEO, 21st Century Fox; Robert Thompson, CEO, News Corp; Uday Shankar, CEO, Star India; David Zaslav, president and CEO, Discovery Communications and Michael Lynton, CEO, Sony Entertainment.
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Others present at the round table were Michael Roth, CEO, Interpublic Group of Companies; Shane Smith, CEO, Vice Media; Martin Sorrell, CEO, WPP; Jeff Bewkes, CEO, Time Warner; Nancy Dubuc, CEO, A&E Networks; Anthony Pratt, chairman, Visy Industries; William Duhamel, Route One Investment Company and Jeff Ubben, CEO, ValueAct Capital.
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"All of them said India is the biggest market for them in terms of the phenomenal growth of the entertainment channels, in terms of the youth in India wanting more such content. They asked for speedier digitization of the Indian systems," external affairs minister spokesperson Vikas Swarup told reporters.

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Great hour with Indian PM Modi. Best leader with best policies since independence, but massive task to achieve in most complex nation.