Narendra Modi

UK biz gurus invite Modi, can ailing US resist?

Narendra Modi

For the first time since 2003, the liberalist curtain blocking Narendra Modi from Western democracies has parted slightly — offering him an invitation to attend a London business summit, and revealing a window that opens into America.

Modi has been invited to address India Summit 2009, organised by Dow Jones and Financial News. The newspaper’s promotional email introduces Modi as the leading speaker at the summit.

Officials in the chief minister’s office confirmed the receipt of the invitation, but did not comment on Modi’s response to it.

Rahul fishes for support in A'bad

Rahul fishes for support in A'bad Narendra Modi may consider him a small fish, but Rahul Gandhi, the 'gold' fish of the Congress, is quietly but firmly making inroads into Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar, both of which are BJP strongholds. Gandhinagar, moreover, is LK Advani's parliamentary constituency.

Centre trying to ruin Nano car project: Modi

Centre trying to ruin Nano car project: ModiSurat, Feb 22: Without naming Congress Party''s General Secretary Rahul Gandhi, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has accused the Central leadership of attempting to scuttle the proposed Tata''s Nano car project from the State.

"Government in Delhi finds it difficult to digest development in Gujarat. In particular, some people want to undo the Nano project in Gujarat. I want to tell them that even if the entire army from Delhi is deployed, it will not be able to scuttle the project," Modi said while addressing a public meeting on Saturday.

Modi taunts Chidambaram over internal links in Mumbai attack

Modi taunts Chidambaram over internal links in Mumbai attackVadadora, Feb 16: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has taunted Home Minister P. Chidambaram for his remarks over internal elements being involved in the Mumbai terror attacks.

Modi charged the Central Government of being ignorant about the statement of Mumbai Police Chief Hassan Ghafoor that there was an internal involvement in the Mumbai attacks.

Chidambaram lashes out Modi on "local link" remark

P. ChidambaramNew Delhi, Feb 11 : Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram, on Wednesday lashed out at Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi over his controversial remark about a ''local link'' in the Mumbai attacks.

"Since Pakistan and Modi are saying the same thing on Mumbai attacks, someone please ask Modi if he and Pakistan are in contact with each other," Chidambaram said.

Gujarat Global Investors Summit promises 12,000 billion rupees investment

Narendra ModiAhmedabad, Jan. 14 : Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has said that the state has received promises of 12,000 billion rupees of investment during the two-day ''Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors Summit-2009''.

"The state has received tremendous response from the investors and which in a way would generate vast employment avenues," Modi said while addressing a gathering on the second day of the summit.

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