Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey was on his first visit to India. While he was lucky to get his first meeting with PM Modi, most people feel he was rude and highly disrespectful of India and Prime Minister. The meeting had so many negatives:
* He was so so casually dressed – black hoodie or sweatshirt, casual or black leather pants, casual shoes.
* He was cross-legged, a huge sign of disrespect.
* He took with him a Mahima Kaul, an employee who has been a strong Modi – hater.
It was not clear if one was going to the vegetable market, or to see a picture to meet one of the most important people in the world. Would he have done the same in meetings (if he got one) with the US President or heads of many other countries?
Was this a mistake or done on purpose by one who is nearly half the age of the Prime Minister? What was hoped to be achieved or what was achieved? Was it to show that the head of one minor social media company superior to Prime Minister of India?
- 14 Nov 2018
Former Pakistani cricketer Imran Khan will take office as prime minister of Pakistan. There are rumours that he may invite leaders of neighbouring countries – including PM Modi to the swearing in ceremony. So should our PM visit or send a representative…
Pakistan is not a safe country for an visitor in normal times. On top of this, as is well known there is so much hatred against our PM who is thought of as the devil. PAKISTAN’S SECURITY FORCES ARE KNOWN TO MURDER PEOPLE THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO PROTECT – AND HERE WOULD BE THEIR NO. 1 ENEMY…………This is more than enough reason for our Leaders – especially our PM to NOT visit Pakistan now or anytime in the near future…….
- 8 Aug 2018
PM Modi visit to Rawanda, was the first ever by an Indian prime minister to country that has witnessed so much strife. The most amazing part of the visit was India’s gift of hundreds of cows to poor families in villages of Rawanda.
Indians would be pleased to learn that just in India, Rwandas consider the cow sacred, they don’t eat beef and welcome the cows from pasture everytime – i.e. every day, and milk is considered sacred and is part of every meal. Even though the country went through forced conversion from their native religion to Christianity, the country has maintained the high esteem that the cow is held in…
- 30 Jul 2018
Sushma Swaraj cares for Indian nationals 24X7 and even for Pakistanis in times of emergency. This is a statement by just one lucky Pakistani – “what do I call you? Superwoman? God? No words to describe your generosity! Love you maam Can’t stop praising you in tears!” Lots and lots of love and respect from here. Wish you were our Prime Minister, this country would’ve changed!
Of course, we are nooooooo way giving Sushma ji to be prime minister, or president or even G.O.D of Pakistani!
- 30 Jul 2017
Prime Minister Modi had 14 million fans in May 2014 when the current Lok Sabha election results were declared, currently he has 42 million fans or a 3 fold increase in 3 years. At this rate, we can soon expect even 100 million fans or more. And there are crores and crores of shares and post likes. The three most followed Facebook pages are PM personal page, Donald Trump the US president’s page and the PMO or the Prime Minister’s Office. Because of active social media usage, several ministers and key ministries have active followings, engagement and events. This is amazing as no other country or government of size is so active and proactive with social media interactions.
- 1 Jun 2017
Outgoing US president was successful on the India front only due to PM Modi. We should all remember that PM Modi, then as Chief Minister of Gujarat – his visa was denied by the US government, in part due to letter written by 65+ Indian MPs, christian evangelical organizations and some Bollywood and other citizens. People thought our PM would nver forget the damage done to him. However, Prime Minister was willing to overlook everything for the sake of the country and even so. He had his first meeting with President Obama in 3 months in the US, followed by several others, when he was invited to attended the Republic Day. India and US became natural allies, and several defense agreements were signed. All of this leading to the Indo-US relationship being the most successful of Obama foreign policy achievements.
- 23 Jan 2017
Besides being Christmas day, 25th December is also special as it is former PM Shri Vajpayee’s birthday, it is also Pakistan PM Nawab Sharif’s birthday as also that of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. The newest addition to this is the fact that our Prime Minister Shri Modi took great personal risks to make the first ever surprise stop in Lahore, Pakistan while returning from Kabul, Afghanistan back to New Delhi. He reached home safely but … it was risky move …
- 29 Dec 2015
Between May 16, 2014 and today, PM Shri Modi has NOT taken a single day off and is reported to be working constantly. This was provided by a RTI (right to information) request by the PM’s Office. Also, he manages his own personal Twitter and Facebook accounts but the official PMO accounts are managed by members of the 300+ PMO staff. Truly Amazing !!!
- 22 Dec 2015