Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi criticises media, opponents for portraying him in bad light

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiMumbai, Jan 6: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has criticised the media and his opponents for portraying him in bad light in the recently concluded Assembly elections.

Modi said after his victory in Gujarat, the media and his opponents were criticising the people of Gujarat for electing him and this was not good.

"After the election, people stopped targeting me, but started making the people of Gujarat the target of their attack," he said while addressing the concluding function of Jain International Trade Organisation (JITO) at NSC ground in Goregaon.

CM Narendra Modi expands cabinet

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiGandhinagar, Jan 4: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi expanded his cabinet with the induction of 18 ministers here on Friday.

The ministers were administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor Nawal Kishore Sharma at a ceremony on the lawns of Gujarat Assembly.

The Modi Government came back to power winning 117 seats in elections held last December.

Modi became Chief Minister for the third consecutive time on December 25.

CM Narendra Modi to form his cabinet today

Ahmedabad, Jan 4: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiGujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will form his cabinet at a ceremony in Gandhinagar today.

Governor Naval Kishore Sharma will administer the oath of office and secrecy to the members of the new ministry.

According to sources, 15 to 20 ministers will be inducted.

Portfolios will be allocated in a meeting to be followed by the swearing-in- ceremony.

Among the seniors, Vajubhai Vala, Ashok Bhatt, Anandiben Patel, Narottam Patel, and Mangubhai Patel are likely to be re-nominated.

BJP wants Manmohan to act swiftly on Kenya crisis

Kenya CrisisAhmedabad, Jan 3  : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday held a protest march in Ahmedabad demanding the UPA Government to take a swift action for ensuring safety of Indians living in Kenya.

“Our Chief Minister (Narendra Modi) is in constant touch with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, but till today we don't have any information about what the Central Government is doing for the victims,” said Purushottam Sinh Rupala, state BJP president.

Kenya in ferment, Modi wants emergency visas for Gujaratis

Nairobi/New Delhi, Jan 3 : Despite a police ban to hold rally in violence-hit Kenya, Opposition leader Raila Odinga is all set to hold a rally here today.

Security has been beefed up around the venue where Odinga will address the rally.

According to media reports, over 300 people were killed and at least 70, 000 people have left their homes following clashes between Odinga’s supporters and police after the presidential election result was declared on Sunday.

Odinga has reportedly boycotted reconciliation talks with Mwai Kibaki who won the presidential election on December 27.

Narendra Modi to form his cabinet tomorrow

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiAhmedabad, Jan 3: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will form his cabinet at a ceremony in Gandhinagar on Friday.

Governor Naval Kishore Sharma will administer the oath of office and secrecy to the members of the new ministry.

According to sources, 15 to 20 ministers will be inducted.

Portfolios will be allocated in a meeting to be followed by the swearing-in- ceremony.

Among the seniors, Vajubhai Vala, Ashok Bhatt, Anandiben Patel, Narottam Patel, and Mangubhai Patel are likely to be re-nominated.

Narendra Modi urges Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to assist violence-hit expats in Kenya

Ahmedabad, Jan 2: Expressing concern over attacks on Gujarati Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiPrime Minister Manmohan Singhexpatriates in Kenya, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi wrote a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh urging him to ensure their safety in that country.

Modi has asked Dr. Singh to take up the issue with the Kenyan Government to ensure safety of Gujaratis in Kenya.

Narendra Modi arrives in Delhi for talks with BJP brass

New Delhi, Dec 29: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiGujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi arrived here on Saturday morning to meet Central BJP leaders.

Modi was given a grand reception on his arrival at the airport by the Delhi Unit of the BJP. He then moved to senior party leader, L K Advani’s house.

Party General Secretary and in-charge of the Gujarat election Arun Jaitley, party President Rajnath Singh and other leaders including Jaswant Singh and Sushma Swaraj are also present at Advani’s house where a meeting is going.

Narendra Modi to meet Advani, Vajpayee, PM

New Delhi, Dec 29: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiGujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, who conquered Gujarat for the second time earlier this month, is expected to meet his senior party leaders Atal Bihari Vajpayee, LK Advani, party president Rajnath Singh, besides Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh later in the day.

This will be Modi’s first visit to the Capital after being sworn-in as the Chief Minister for the third time on December 25. He is yet to announce his new cabinet.

Modi's Gujarat victory has Karat gunning for the Congress

Narendra ModiNew Delhi, Dec 27 : Less than a week after Narendra Modi's stupendous return to power in Gujarat, CPI (M) leader Prakash Karat held the Congress responsible for its disastrous performance in the State Assembly polls accusing the grand old party of failing to counter Modi's communal brand of politics.

Post Gujarat victory, BJP may reinduct Modi in party's parliamentary panel

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiNew Delhi, Dec.27: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi appears to be back in favour with the top BJP brass in the national capital. There are now reports floating around that the party's central leadership is seriously considering his reinduction in the BJP Parliamentary Board, the highest decision-making body of the party, after the Gujarat Assembly election victory.

Narendra Modi becomes Gujarat Chief Minister for a third time

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiGandhinagar, Dec 25 (ANI): Narendra Modi was today
sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Gujarat for the third consecutive
time at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Gandhinagar.

Governor Naval Kishore Sharma administered the oath of office in Gujarati to Modi.

BJP supporters congregated at the stadium for the occasion.

The party's prime ministerial candidate, L K Advani, besides BJP Chief Ministers and leaders were also present.

Narendra Modi to be sworn-in as Gujarat Chief Minister

Ahmedabad, Dec 25: Gujarat CM Narendra ModiNarendra Modi will today be sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Gujarat for a third time at 12:50 p. m. at Sardar Patel Stadium in Gandhinagar.

Modi will be sworn in by Governor Naval Kishore Sharma.

Earlier, the swearing-in ceremony was scheduled to take place on December 27. But it was re-scheduled in view of the birthday of senior BJP leader A B Vajpayee.

Modi was unanimously elected as the leader of the Gujarat BJP Legislature Party on Monday.

Narendra Modi to take oath as Gujarat CM tomorrow

Narendra ModiAhmedabad, Dec 24: Narendra Modi will take oath as Chief Minister of Gujarat for a third time on Tuesday.

Modi will be sworn in by Governor Naval Kishore Sharma at Sardar Patel Stadium in Gandhinagar at 12:50 p. m. The ceremony will coincide with the birthday of senior party leader A B Vajpayee.

Earlier, Modi was scheduled to take oath on December 27.

Meanwhile, the newly-elected BJP MLAs met in Gandhinagar today elected Modi as the leader of the Gujarat BJP legislature party unanimously.

BJP legislature party meet today

Gandhinagar, Dec 24: Gujarat CM Narendra ModiThe newly-elected BJP MLAs in Gujarat will meet here today to endorse the name of Narendra Modi for the Chief Ministerial post.

BJP General Secretary Arun Jaitley and party Vice President Venkaiah Naidu will be central observers at the meeting.

The Parliamentary Board of the party has already recommended his name.

Modi, who will be sworn in as Chief Minister on December 27, has returned to power for the third time in the state. The BJP registered a thumping victory by winning in 117 seats, ten less from its 2002 figure.

Modi set to become CM for third time, to be sworn on Dec 27

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiAhmedabad, Dec 23: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is all set to return to power as the BJP is poised for a fourth straight victory in the Assembly elections winning 20 seats and leading in 99 constituencies.

Modi, clearly in a celebratory mood, has already sent out an SMS message asserting, “I was the CM, I will remain the CM. For me CM means Common Man.”

Modi the Man of the Match

Chief Minister Narendra ModiAhmedabad, Dec 23: In his first reaction after the early trend showed that the BJP is all set to return to power in Gujarat, Chief Minister Narendra Modi said “I was the CM, I will remain the CM. For me CM means Common Man. ”

Modi said this in a SMS. The BJP is leading in over 100 seats out of 182 constituencies. The main opposition Congress party is lagging at around 60 seats.

BJP spokesperson Ravishankar Prasad said "the victory is the victory of the entire BJP of which Modi is the Man of the Match. We are proud of his performance. "

I am the CM and will be the CM: Modi

Chief Minister Nartendra ModiNew Delhi, Dec 23: After the early trend showed that the BJP is all set to return to power in Gujarat, Chief Minister Nartendra Modi gave his first reaction by saying, "I am the CM and will be the CM".

The BJP is leading in 106 seats out of the 182-member state Assembly. The party appears to have done unexpectedly well in North and Saurashtra regions.

As per the early trends, the BJP rebels didn't do well and failed to make any dent in the party vote bank. The Congress appeared to have made a dent in Central Gujarat where the BJP had scored landslide victories in the 2002 elections.

Miffed Keshubhai Patel ready to reply BJP’s showcause notice

Gandhinagar, Dec 22 : Veteran Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and former Gujarat Chief Minister, Keshubhai Patel today said that he is ready to give a reply to the show cause notice issued by the BJP for his alleged anti-party activities.

“Once I see it, I will send in a reply. But it would have been better if I had been called there (New Delhi) to explain my position, ” Patel said.

Just days ahead of the counting of votes in Gujarat, the BJP on Friday issued showcause notices to Patel and Kashiram Rana, and suspended two of its Lok Sabha members for indulging in anti-party activities during the Assembly elections.

Verbal slugfest in Gujarat ahead of second phase of polls

Vadodara (Gujarat), Dec 13: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiThe Congress Party has accused Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi of using the issue of terrorism to garner votes for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) .

External Affairs Minister and a senior Congress Party leader Pranab Mukherjee said Modi's claim that his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was better suited to fight terrorism is a myth.

"Terrorist activities are there. We should confront the terrorists. My point is that one need not claim that unless you vote for a particular party, terrorism would aggravate. This is totally unacceptable, " Mukherjee said.




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