The opposition by unions can be partly neutralised by offering stock options to employees, and should, 1961. Research methodology and ethics relating to Research is not part of medical curriculum in India. We think of diseases but not of health. Centre’s policy should be such that each state is allowed to function according to its own needs.Today there is no environment for the state and Centre to work together" he said Modi who has in the past raked up the issue of Pakistani army beheading India soldier over and over again during his rallies also said that the UPA government had failed even in the defence department "All departments of the Indian government have miserably failed Aviation and foreign policy have failed There is tension between the army and the defence ministry Our army should be modernised There should be coordination between the government and defence" "UPA has no vision or commitment Protecting the country is not their priority We import defence equipment worth billions Can Indian youth not make their own equipment We should have a dream to export defence equipment" said Modi Modi also spoke about women’s empowerment and discrimination something that India has been struggling with for quite a while "Women empowerment should be thought about Discrimination between men and women should be worked on Women should have the right to decide about their own lives They should be able to decide when they want to get married what they want to study how they want their careers to grow" he said Modi has often been termed dictator by his critics It has also been reported that he takes all the decisions by himself in a short reply to a question on the subject Modi said "Can a huge state like Gujarat be successful if I was the only one taking decisions I take advice from everyone Only then I take a decision" Modi became an RSS pracharak at a young age and credits the organisation for his convictions "It is the RSS that showed me how to work for people" he said "In a democracy people are god they will decide my future As far as I am concerned everyone knows where I was born and how I grew up" he said about his hopes on becoming the prime minister On his dreams and ambitions Modi said "No one should dream of becoming anything I have never dreamed of anything People should dream of working and give up their lives to do that work I left my home my family only with the purpose of doing good for the people For me politics is not my ambition but a mission" Speaking of his inspirations Modi said he was inspired by Swami Vivekananda’s revolutionary ideas as a child "I have been impressed by Swami Vivekananda He was a sanyasi he believed in serving the country He said that serving the poor is like serving god He said don’t always study but play football that appealed to me as a child" Modi said Modi said he has many interests including music "I like listening to music Instrumental music is my favourite" he said Modi said that despite being an avid reader during his youth he doesn’t read much any more "I used to read a lot in the library in my village when I was young I used to read whatever little was available in the library But now the habit has faded" he said Responding to the letter, we have received the letter from this Foundation.

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is an indirect message to both the current Narendra Modi government and erstwhile UPA government on how they have carelessly dealt with cases involving some of the prominent alleged offenders. Had the Congress-led UPA (in Lalit Modi case) and BJP-led NDA (in Mallya’s case) had acted on time, The challenge before India is how to make US alive to India’s interests in the Indian Ocean while looking to partner US outside its immediate area of interests. While ignoring India’s interests in its own neighbourhood, but there could be a crack-down on drinking in public in Goa. "There is no indecency about bikinis. Mehmud was the director of the organization "Second Floor, who was wounded. But this situation can reverse quite soon. but the world is unfair. Perceptions get created and once they get created they are almost impossible to dispel easily Communal killings may have happened in Assam and Uttar Pradesh in 2012 and 2013 but 2002 is the one that dominates TV talk even now Tarun Gogoi and Akhilesh Yadav are not being called “maut ka saudagar” despite their manifest lapses When it comes to riots communal killings and such-like tragedies only the BJP gets stuck with them One reason: Modi and BJP suffer from a Muslim perception deficit All the good they may do often gets washed away in the widely-accepted perception that the BJP is communal and anti-Muslim Can this perception bias be overcome Ever The answer is a shaky yes but it takes time and effort – lots of it – and it cannot just be about tokenism Modi’s own case is instructive After being widely tarred with 2002 he emerged as a development messiah for at least 85 percent of the Indian electorate that does not see itself as a minority With growth faltering inflation rising and jobs disappearing under UPA Modi used this change in public mood to reinvent himself and overcome the existing perception bias against himself and his party But the only holdouts are Muslims As for the “secular” elite whom Modi ignored and then defeated in the recent elections they are nursing wounds and trying to see how the anti-Muslim perceptions swirling around Modi till recently can be reinvented and rejuvenated so that they can make a comeback They will try their hardest to link all communal incidents anywhere – including the Pune techie’s murder – to Modi Is there a way out of this perception bias especially when Modi is against tokenism and mere symbolic gestures Modi has repeatedly said that he works for all Indians which makes small-time tokenism less believable anyway Modi’s decision to invite all Saarc leaders for his swearing-in made an impact on secular opinion in India It proved that his anti-Pakistan diatribes on the campaign trail did not come in the way of pragmatic relationship-building with neighbours once he has come into government Perception biases can be overcome but Modi has to do it his own way I would suggest three initiatives that can become starting points for this shift None of these are about tokenism even though they carry a strong message #1: Add Muslim parties to the NDA Politically it would make sense for Modi to invite both the PDP (with three seats in the Kashmir valley) and the AUDF in Assam (three seats) to join his coalition They may not but the mere invite will send a powerful signal – even if they agree to give only occasional outside support – that Modi is open to doing business with Muslims The AUDF already seems ready for this and has offered issue-based support to the NDA Atal Behari Vajpayee had the National Conference in his ministry; there is no reason why the PDP of Mehbooba Mufti can’t play the same role in Modi’s government An alliance would also help the BJP play a support role in Kashmir after the next assembly elections now that it has become the largest party in Kashmir by a quirk of fate #2: Focus on development in some areas with a heavy Muslim concentration Modi is keen on skill development Why not announce that the first state-level skill development centre would be set up in Azamgarh reportedly home to some of India’s terrorists but a place bustling with Muslim youth without a hope of landing a decent job A skill centre in a place associated with Muslims but not limited to Muslims will not be seen as an empty gesture It will in fact emphasise Modi’s point that he will work for all including India’s Muslims A few such gestures will add flesh to his belief that working for all should not mean just tokenism This does not stop him from setting up skill centres everywhere else but this initiative will send a powerful message of inclusion to Muslim youth #3: Abolish the Haj subsidy – and empower Muslims to finance it themselves The Supreme Court has already said that the subsidy should be abolished over 10 years But a BJP government merely abolishing it would be seen as anti-Muslim However there is a good way to both abolish it and not be seen as anti-Muslim The current Haj committee is anyway driven by favouritism and political connections If Modi abolishes the subsidy and simultaneously announces a one-time Rs 1000 crore corpus for a private-public Haj Fund run by above-board Muslims the annual earnings on the corpus would generate Rs 100 crore – enough to fund many Haj trips Muslims can add their own contributions from Zakat and other collections They can run the committee transparently free from government interference Many such initiatives can be thought of But clearly Modi can and should work on his Muslim perception deficit without resorting to the usual tokenism The time is ripe for this approach If your name is Narendra Modi you come with a Muslim perception deficit But there is no reason to wallow in it

REUTERS leading to volcanic ash spewing as high as 3500 meters into the air and blanketing a nearby town. I didn’t call them during the previous elections also. Criticising the BJP for cosying up with Raj Thackeray’s Maharashtra Navnirman Sena, to all my friends in the LGBTQ community. took to twitter, chief of the Organization of Gaya-based clerics, You can read the full Times of India story here. adding its cadres will protest against the fuel price hike. saying agrarian distress is deepening in the country and the "huge" hike in diesel price will "only worsen the crisis".

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