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7 Awards won by Indian PM Which Made Every Indian Proud
Analysis

7 Awards won by Indian PM Which Made Every Indian Proud

7 Awards won by Indian PM Which Made Every Indian Proud Apart from holding the 9th rank in Forbes World’s Most Powerful People list 2018 and being featured in TIME’s 100 Most Influential People of 2017, here is a list of awards that have been conferred on the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi which have instilled in every Indian a sense of pride and a sense of respect for the government of the country. Seoul Peace Prize 2018 The Seoul Peace Prize, which was established in 1990, was awarded to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on account of having contributed substantially in the development of not only the Indian economy but also for having created a positive ripple effect for economies of other nations as well. This was awarded to him on the 24th of October 2018. It even credit
Why is Narendra Modi still the forerunner for 2019 Elections?
Lok Sabha, Opinion

Why is Narendra Modi still the forerunner for 2019 Elections?

Though the recent elections show a downfall in BJP's winning streak, Narendra Modi is still the forerunner for 2019 elections. Modi may have to take a long and unsteady road instead of the easy cakewalk to ensure this success. Mood of the Nation -  The 2019 Lok Sabha elections are approaching and it seems that the country is gearing itself for the big battle. Last time, when the 16th Lok Sabha elections were held in 2014, NDA, led by Narendra Modi, swooped the elections by winning 336 seats in which BJP won 282 seats and the remaining seats were won by their allies. BJP is losing its shine but Modi continues to sparkle as people’s favourite in the 2019 elections. This is mainly because there is no strong opposition to Modi. As per an opinion poll conducted in last November, Congress is
How did BJP policies perform in last 4 years?
Analysis, India

How did BJP policies perform in last 4 years?

Bharatiya Janta Party is a right-wing party and was formed on 6th April 1980. It has close ideological and organisational links to Hindu Nationalist RSS i.e, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. A brief history of the (BJP) Bharatiya Janata Party - The BJP was originated from Bharatiya Jana Sangha which was formed in 1951 by Syama Prasad Mookerjee. Our current Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a member of BJP. The official ideology of the BJP is “Integral Humanism” and was first formulated by Deendayal Upadhyaya in the year 1965. The party is committed to Hindutva and advocates social conservatism. How did the BJP evolve in MODI's time? BJP led by Narendra Modi had promised a lot of positive changes and his slogan “Achhe din aane wale he” (Good days are coming) along with his Gujarat Model impre
What is the Strategy of BJP for Karnataka Assembly Election 2018?
Analysis, Karnataka

What is the Strategy of BJP for Karnataka Assembly Election 2018?

For Bhartiya Janta Party victory in all three elections in North East is just the start. The year brings them the task of retaining their own forts.  Forts like Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh will be a challenge to retain. For now, though, the whole of BJP is concentrating on reclaiming their old bastion- Karnataka. Karnataka goes to elections in April and May and both Congress and BJP are on the ground fighting each other. For BJP it will be a really big win and another step in their campaign. Let's look at the strategy of BJP for Karnataka Assembly Election 2018. For BJP, Karnataka is very important for multiple reasons. First, it is considered as the gateway to south Indian politics. With states like Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh going through political changes they see i
TDP-BJP Breakup – How will this Impact NDA Government?
Analysis, Andhra Pradesh

TDP-BJP Breakup – How will this Impact NDA Government?

On Wednesday the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh & the president of the TDP (Telugu Desam Party), Mr. N Chandrababu Naidu had decided to pull out two of its ministers in the central government, marking the first crack in the BJP-led coalition four years after it stormed to the office with a massive mandate. Naidu government alleged BJP, of not fulfilling its promises & hence parted his ways from BJP, on the other hand, BJP alleges Naidu government of being over demanding & called it ‘political opportunism’. Lets look in detail how TDP-BJP breakup will impact the NDA government and 2019 elections. Read more: Can BJP Win The General Elections 2019? What made (Naidu government) TDP to untie knots with BJP during such a crucial time when assembly elections in Andhra & ge
Can BJP win Karnataka elections 2018?
Analysis, Karnataka

Can BJP win Karnataka elections 2018?

After the victory of BJP in Gujarat which created a win-win situation for both the National parties, Bharatiya Janata Party and Indian National Congress, BJP has started looking towards Karnataka which is generally considered to be the gateway to south politics by many political strategists. Unlike, other parts of India, Southern politics are always fascinating, interesting and way different too. The minimal effect of Modi's wave during 2014 Lok Sabha elections evidenced the same. However, with the advent of BJP in several issues in south politics, the erstwhile situation seems to be changing, which proves that “BJP” is skeptical about its strategies. Let's look in detail can BJP win Karnataka elections 2018? Vote now: Karnataka Opinion Poll 2018: Who Will Win 2018 Karnataka Elections? A
The road ahead for BJP in Gujarat after assembly elections 2017
Analysis, Gujarat

The road ahead for BJP in Gujarat after assembly elections 2017

The election season of 2017 has now ended with Bharatiya Janata Party emerging victorious. They won both Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly elections with a comfortable margin in both. In the process, they have also raised their tally of states to nineteen. The victory in both the states comes as a boost to Bharatiya Janata Party’s cadre before a string of elections scheduled in the next year. But there is a fine line of worry attached to this victory. Though Bharatiya Janata Party retained Gujarat, for the first time since 1995 their tally came into a double-figure at 99 seats. This shows the effect of multiple factors that have plagued the Bharatiya Janata Party in the state since PM Modi went to Centre in 2014. These issues played a big part in reducing their seat tally in the polls
Gujarat Opinion Poll: Would Demonetization and GST affect BJP’s performance?
Gujarat, Polls

Gujarat Opinion Poll: Would Demonetization and GST affect BJP’s performance?

As the Gujarat Elections 2017 is around the corner, the people are more interest in knowing the fate of BJP after the Gujarat Elections 2017. According to a survey carried out by Axis - My India for India Today recently reported that the people were highly dissatisfied with the decision of Demonetization and implementation of the GST bill. Read more: Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: Are The Parties Keeping Their Stakes High? According to the reports of the survey, a majority of 51% were not satisfied with the implementation of GST while only 38% were satisfied with the same. On being asked about if demonetization was profitable for the citizens, 53% said No while 44% showed the positives of demonetization. Read more: Gujarat Elections 2017: How Did BJP Perform In The Last 5 Yea
Gujarat opinion poll: How many seats BJP can win in Gujarat election 2017?
Gujarat, Polls

Gujarat opinion poll: How many seats BJP can win in Gujarat election 2017?

As the tenure of the BJP government in Gujarat is in its last phase, the Gujarat election is around the corner. BJP has continuously won last four assembly elections of Gujarat. Participate in Gujarat opinion poll and let us know how many seats BJP can win in Gujarat election 2017? Read more: Why Congress Is Unable To Defeat BJP In Gujarat? Read more: Gujarat Elections 2017: How Did BJP Perform In The Last 5 Years? Also, participate in Gujarat Opinion Poll: Who Will Win Gujarat Assembly Election 2017? Do let us know your reasoning in the comment section.