PM Modi’s rating is at 81 per cent says data

modiratingIt has been three years since Narendra Modi took over as the Prime Minister of India. As he completes three years in office, his popularity rating is at 81 per cent. The government released a detailed progress report of its performance.

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Modi@3: A unique report card in which govt cites its negatives too

modiThe record of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) during its three years in power has been impressive, judging by macroeconomic parameters, especially inflation.

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Modi @3: Word India got most traction on Twitter

modilaughingPrime Minister Narendra Modi has completed three years in office. Most of his ministers are extremely active on Twitter and have been offering Twitter seva. Many have complimented the ministers for resolving their problems after they have posted complaints on the social media platform.

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Modi @3: Where has the humour gone? Here are his best one-liners

modilaughingBeing a Prime Minister is no easy job. It requires a lot of hard work and seriousness. Atal Bihari Vajpayee one of the best orators that the country has ever seen too looked bogged down and his sense of humour very often missing after he took over the Prime Minister of India.

The same appears to be the case with Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well. His election rallies ahead of the 2014 elections were nothing short of blockbusters. The speeches were powerful laced with one-liners and plenty of humour. He could keep the crowd both engaged and in splits at the same time.

However three years down the line, the man we saw at the election rallies is not the same. He is stressed as there is a lot of work to do says a source close to him. The man does not sleep says another. Let us take you down memory lane and recall some of his one-liners.

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Modi@3: Quitting India remarks to will never be PM- What the headlines read

modi2It has been three years since Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India. It was no doubt an emphatic victory that Modi scored to defeat his rivals. The headlines in the media did make for some interesting reading although headers such “Modi” sounded sensational but lazy.

While the headlines regarding his victory were by and large good there were equally interesting headlines which spoke about why he would not win. I will defeat him in Varanasi to I will leave India if he wins were some of the major headlines that came up in Modi’s run up to 7th Lok Kalyan Marg. Let us take a look at some of them.

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