HindustanTimes Sat,20 Sep 2014

Tough-talking PM builds bridges with neighbours

Modi’s foreign policy over the past three months has been marked by close engagement with smaller South Asian neighbours; reconciliation followed by a tougher stance vis-a-vis Pakistan; and multi-layered engagement with the big powers.

Government makes gradual, tough changes to fix a sputtering economy

No flashy dismantling of woodwork but a gradual hard dribble to the net is what the Narendra Modi-led NDA government has chosen to get India’s slowing economy find its goal of higher growth and more jobs. #Modi100: Full coverage

#Modi100: A cabinet dominated by just one man

Regimes that are nervous about reports already carry the penumbra of doubt, a sense that nothing substantive has happened. The BJP has made the transition, from the party in Opposition to the ruling regime.

Modi recycling our policies, says Cong

Modi hit the ground running by energising the bureaucracy and announcing a leaner cabinet to streamline ops. The government established its credentials as a decisive administration in its first 100 days, a radical departure from the UPA.

Tooning in to Modi's journey so far in sketches

A glittering event on May 26 crowned Narendra Damodardas Modi the country's Prime Minister, bringing back the era of NDA. Our cartoonists Shreyas Navare and Jayanto Banerjee sketch Modi's journey so far.

From launch of Jan Dhan Yojana to scrapping of Plan Panel: Top 10 decisions by Modi govt

From the announcement to scrap Planning Commission to launching Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, HT takes a look at the top 10 decisions taken by his government after coming to power.

Tweet-ed it: Modi’s 10 biggest Twitter moments

The victory tweet, also the most retweeted tweet in India, hit a bull’s eye. But that wasn’t all. Take a look at the 10 big Twitter moments of Narendra Modi ever since he took over as PM.

100 days of Modi Sarkar: Top 10 talking points since the NDA govt took over

To his admirers, Modi has made a great start. His critics say the new government’s initiatives to script a turnaround tale in a country where the economy has hit a slump is nothing but old wine in a new bottle. HT takes a look at the top 10 controversies that have become a talking point. 100 Days of Modi Sarkar: Full Coverage

Narendra Modi gets the mandate again, from readers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has the people in his corner at the moment, according to results of an online survey conducted by HT. The results show that 75% people are happy with the PM’s performance till now.

BJP manifesto and promises: what's been done and what's still on paper

From setting up a special investigation team in the black money case to getting Parliament's nod to replace the collegium system, both promised in the BJP's manifesto, the PM has some reasons to cheer about.

#Modi100: Hear PM Narendra Modi announcing his top 10 welfare schemes

In his first Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled his roadmap for a bold, new India — listing out key welfare schemes along with ‘small ideas’ that could make a big difference. Listen to all the promises made by the PM in his voice.

#Modi100: Five things to know from PM Modi's big foreign policy interview

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave his first expansive interview on foreign policy to Japanese journalists ahead of his visit to Japan on Saturday. HT explains what stands out from this interesting interaction.

Elections to evaluation: how the West has made news of Modi

Analysis, advice, and criticism: Western media has written about Narendra Modi from all story angles right from the time when the BJP declared him as its prime ministerial candidate for the Lok Sabha elections.

Modi gets $35 billion promise from Japan, no N-deal yet

Narendra Modi on Monday extracted a pledge of nearly $35 billion in Japanese investment and financing over the next five years for infrastructure projects like smart cities and the cleaning of the Ganga.

PM Narendra Modi's Tokyo diary

From finding a spot to pose with the chief priest in Kyoto to playing a few notes on the flute, Narendra Modi has been in a good mood in Japan; possibly because he feels he is among friends.
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