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HindustanTimes Sun,21 Sep 2014

Narendra Modi's homecoming in Gujarat dampened by reverses faced by BJP in bypolls

It was billed as Narendra Modi's big 'homecoming', the first time he would return to the state after taking over as Prime a Minister. The PM arrived, and rituals were followed, but reverses in the by polls had quite perceptibly dampened the mood.

Personal letters: PM's new tool of communication

Letters have often been a powerful tool in politics and Prime Minister Narendra Modi too, has added them in manner of connecting with people. Ahead of Teachers’ Day, Modi wrote an e-letter addressed to all teachers, asking them to widen the horizon of students’ thought process.

Most schools adhere to directive, show Modi's address live

Thirteen-year old Prerna was beaming with confidence as she walked out of the Manekshaw auditorium after listening to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Teachers' Day address.

Three cheers ring out for ‘Modi Sir’ in UP madrasas

Hundreds of madrasa students in the city, including girls in burqas, listened to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Teachers’ Day speech with rapt attention on Friday, sometimes noisily cheering the proceedings that they watched on television sets installed especially for the event.

BJP hits back at Rahul Gandhi for attacking Modi

BJP on Thursday hit back at Rahul Gandhi for his attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and blamed the former UPA regime for the problems for which the Congress leader targeted the government.

PM plays drums in Japan while India suffers: Rahul

The Congress vice-president said Modi came to power by making big promises and but his government is yet to even begin working on them despite completing 100 days in office.

50,000 Jharkhand children to miss PM’s speech

At least 50,000 school students in Jharkhand will not hear Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech on Teacher’s Day that will be telecast live on September 5, as most rural schools have no TV sets and transistors too are in short supply.

100 days of Modi rule low on performance: Congress

Congress on Tuesday dubbed Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a 'dream merchant', who came to power by selling 'false hopes' and dismissed the 100 days of his rule as high on rhetoric and low on performance.

Digital diplomacy: Modi and the art of trending, garnering ‘likes’ and ‘followers’

If Narendra Modi wants, he has all the knowledge and inside view required to write a bestseller on how best to use the social media, a platform he made a priority long before hitting the Lok Sabha campaign trail.

Modi's sales pitch: Red carpet, not red tape

A day after he signed a clutch of deals with Japan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised to roll out the red carpet to investors, played traditional Japanese drums with verve and happily lapped up the adulation of the local Indian community. Video inside

Why PM Modi makes a good copy: 10 quotable quotes

As the Modi government heads towards the completion of 100 days of being in power, we take a look at the Prime Ministers 'statement moments'. Take a look at 10 quotable quotes from PM Modi's speeches.

100 days of Modi sarkar: Little doubt who calls the shots

In his first 100 days, Narendra Modi has left no one in doubt about who calls the shots, and his measured and determined approach to governance suggests that change, when it comes, will be significant. Photos: Love in Tokyo

100 Days of Modi govt: fresh regime, new offensive

He might not have projected himself as a ‘system-changer’, as his chief contender Rahul Gandhi avowedly did, in the run up to the general elections, but as Narendra Modi completes 100 days as Prime Minister, innovation and change have become buzzwords in power corridors.

Modi 100: From dress to digital, five style statements of PM Modi

If there's one thing that PM Modi has done in his 100 days in office, it is making some clear style statements — be it the way he dresses or the way he governs. Here’s a look at the top five style-meet-substance statements he has made so far. Full Coverage: 100 Days of Modi Sarkar

BJP 2.0: Kamandal with a mandal touch

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s entry in national politics set in motion a generational change in the BJP and its transformation from a Brahmin-Baniya party to a political organisation that resembles Mandal parties without losing its Hindutva edge.
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