Will Narendra Modi 'Make It or Break It' in 2015?
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Will Narendra Modi 'Make It or Break It' in 2015?

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 30 December 2014, 13:13 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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BENGALURU: Narendra Modi stood as the hero of the year 2014. Many promises came along the way which he certainly needs to keep for the following year as well. Now is the time for speculations and there is little doubt whether this man who dominated 2014 can dominate 2015 as well? The Firstpost has been reporting on the progress of Modi’s revolutionary initiatives and the results vary a little from the promises he made.



There is no doubt that the Prime Minister’s achievements so far are spectacular, he has been winning election after election for his party—the most recent one being Jharkhand. He succeeded in his efforts to give the prime importance to PMO’s office in policy matters. R. Jagannathan of Firstpost says that, “he is not just primus inter pares, but numero uno in all things that matter in this government,” which has been true so far. He has done things which the previous government was clearly unable to do. He not only changed waves but created his own waves in foreign policy, which is probably his most successful side so far. Manohar Parrikar and Suresh Prabhu were the highlights of his diplomacy; this move brought good changes in defense and railway leadership, which was the need of the hour.

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1: east or west or p.m (Narendra Modi) is best
Posted by:hartesh - 01 Jan, 2015
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