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All about Narendra Modi

Won’t be vindictive, says BJP's PM candidate Modi

The BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, said on Wednesday that a government under him would not be “vindictive”. Hang me if I have committed crime, no apology: Modi

Court orders report on Modi ‘hiding’ facts

A local court in Amhedabad has ordered the city police to submit a report explaining the status of an application against BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on the charge of hiding facts under oath.

Battle of votes: Margin, not victory, is the challenge for Sonia Gandhi, Narendra Modi

Their victories ensured — more or less, so to speak — the battle between Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and the BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi seems to have turned into a margin war. And beleaguered Congress may again outsmart challenger BJP.

Tea seller to be Modi proposer in Varanasi too

Doing a Vadodara in Varanasi, Narendra Modi’s two proposers of his nomination from the holy city on April 22 will be a tea stall vendor and a person from an under-privileged section of society.

Modi’s headstart has Cong worried

A senior party functionary admitted that the Congress campaign has been slow compared to the BJP’s in general and Modi’s in particular in the first four phases that began on April 7.

Hang me if I have committed crime, no apology, says Modi

Yet again ruling out any apology for the 2002 Gujarat riots, Narendra Modi on Wednesday said he should be "hanged" in public if there is even a grain of truth in the allegations against him.

Modi gets Muslim translator at TN rally

Narendra Modi had a Muslim woman functionary of the BJP to translate his speech in rallies in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday, a day after AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa dubbed the BJP’s election manifesto as "anti-secular."

Rahul's use of words shows he childish: Narendra Modi

Hitting back at Rahul Gandhi for dubbing Gujarat development model as a 'toffee model', Narendra Modi on Tuesday compared the Congress vice-president with children and said the word 'toffee' has caught his fancy.

Intellectuals at home, abroad up against Modi

About 25 artists, academics and writers, including novelist Salman Rushdie, have written to UK’s Guardian newspaper, expressing “acute worry” over Modi’s likely ascendancy to prime ministership.

Rahul's brain hasn't matured with age: Modi

Attacking Rahul Gandhi for terming the Gujarat model of development a "toffee model", BJP prime ministerial candidates Narendra Modi on Monday said the Congress vice-president lacks a mature brain and thinks like a child.

Kejriwal beats Modi on prime time TV, but BJP gets most coverage

The study, by CMS Media Lab after analysing five top news channels, shows that while Kejriwal has received 429 minutes or 28.19% of the time given during 8-10pm from March 1 to 15, BJP's prime ministerial candidate has secured 356 minutes (23.98%).

Nehru-Gandhi family insulted Ambedkar: Modi

BJP leader accuses Congress of blocking rights given by Dalit leader, alleges Nehru refused to buy his book.

Gujarat cops guarding Modi accused of abrasive behaviour

The behaviour of Gujarat cops guarding BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi during campaign rallies has annoyed police officials from other states.

A Pakistan where people want Modi as PM

More than 250 residents, including over 100 voters of a village called Pakistan in Bihar's Purnea district, are set to vote for the BJP to help Modi to fulfil his dream.

UPA govt 'remote controlled', says Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi on Sunday dubbed the Congress-led UPA government as “remote controlled” and “lame”, feeding off a controversy over a book written by Sanjaya Baru, former media adviser to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
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