Who is India's leader Narendra Modi? BBC News

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Who is India's leader Narendra Modi? BBC News4
But who is the man who looks set to lead India? India's governing Congress party has admitted defeat as early election results give a strong lead to the main opposition BJP. There were already scenes of joy ahead of the announcement at the offices of the BJP, which is led by Narendra Modi.


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BBC you tried enough but failed. He became PM now ...but appreciate your deliberate consistent efforts to give negative image to our PM

Author — dr sanga

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The joke in this is that BBC is showing a democratic leader who is separating himself from family ties to devote himself to proper service to his country yet they scorn him for it by showing this? With the present nepotism that exists in all democracies in north america to south america to the Caribbean to the rest of the world. Was this video really needed or was this a way of shining more negativity on a nation starving for a truly strong leader to bear the strain of bringing it from the ashes left by Gandhi?

Author — Raj Seenath

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the man who fought on devlopment issues, who beleives in dosent beleive in minority appeasement....who fears nobody...weather pakistaanor chinaor has no personal self motive...who has done before in gujrat...who promises to deliver....who has defied caste barrier...who hacarries billions of hopes on his soldier....we salute to this man....who has beleived in livin 4 the

Author — aao kabhi haveli pai....

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BBC  doesn't care for India . So mind your own business. Enough of Neocolonialism and loot. 

Author — MegaContented

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Western countries don't want to see Modi as PM, that is why they report false media propaganda. USA wants to see Sonia because she will let the foreign companies loot India, Modi won't. Modi Respects all religions equally.

Author — Kaptaan Pakistan

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why he is not helping his family is because helping family creates a bad image in the eyes of the citizens. example: robert vadra.and sonia gandhi

Author — J M

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Wow..! What a report on Modi? No wonder why your channel is not believed by many!

Author — Spoorthy A

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and this is why ladies and gentlemen democracy works. His only promises are development, strong leadership and women security something which India needs desperately.

Author — Calvin

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shame to youu BBC. instead of telling the personality of narendramody, you are trying describe india as a third world poor country, with the visual media. same media politics. try to respect an incoming nation

Author — Mindipokaruthu Mundenda

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Now 95% India's population covered under access of toilets whereas till 2013 it was 39% only .
This is action not boosting .

Author — naptune cristal

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I am shocked at the EXTREMELY poor reporting! No proper motive of the coverage, and a primitive attempt at clipping interviews. I am ashamed to be following BBC till now. 

Author — Dhananjay Sahay

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King of India and Father Of Pakistan Narendra Damodardas Modi 🇮🇳🇮🇳

Author — Sachin Patil Sambhajinagar

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Bbc had translated wrongly .
His big brother said that it was the love between us that he asked for kites. Common BBc you tried to belittle Narendra Modi

Author — Vividh Dalal

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And Im still liking all the pro Modi comments in2017!

Author — The Young Wolf

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Western Countries are just jealous that Indians have finally elected a leader capable of leading India to the next global power.
This is the reason BBC has given such a poor report on Modi.
They haven't mentioned how he transformed his home state of Gujarat in one of the most advanced and business friendly state of India.
As of today, Modi faces many criticism from minorities and other political parties, the sole reason is that these people do not want India to rise to a global power, political parties such as the Congress only want to loot India of all its money and resources, and let India rot, that is what they have been doing for the past 60 years of their rule in India.
But finally, the Indian people have realized what is right for India and have elected Modi.

Author — Sunny shah

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Modi ji for India. Foreign Italians and BBC stay OUT!

Author — sunila155

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Aab ki baar Modi Sarkar. I am a biggest Fan of Modi & his party.

Author — Monalisa Dasgupta

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Wavell Papers. Political Series June-Dec 1946
Top Secret
1. The transfer of political power in India to Indians will affect Great Britain and the British Commonwealth in three principal issues: Strategy, Economics and Prestige. This note is an attempt to assess very briefly our prospective
gains and losses in each of these fields.
2. The principal advantage that Britain and the Commonwealth derive from control of India is Strategic. The greatest asset is India's manpower and resources. The War of 1939-45 could hardly have been won without India's
contribution of two million soldiers, which strengthened the British Empire at its weakest point.
India was also, during this period, a very valuable base of war. Her contribution in material was very invaluable; and the potentialities will increase as India's industrial capacity expands.
The Naval bases in India have enabled the British Navy to dominate the whole of the Indian Ocean region; These bases are of importance for the protection of oil supplies from Persia and the Persian Gulf.
India will also be an indispensable link in the Commonwealth air communications both in peace and war.
Before the war some 60, 000 British troops were stationed and trained in India and were paid for by the Indians, which thus made a very substantial financial contribution to British defence. India also formed a valuable training ground
for officers and men. In view, however, of the deficient manpower of the UK, and the increasing unwillingness of the youth of Great Britain to enlist for service abroad, the above advantages are at least partly outweighed by the relief
afforded to her manpower.
3. On the Economic side there is a very valuable trade connection between India and the UK. In 1944 India was one of the countries with the largest import and export trade with Britain.
British business has also had in the past a considerable share in industry in India. There has lately been a tendency to sell out British undertakings at high prices to capitalists, but the British stake in Indian industry is still large. As
India's commerce and industry expand, there seems every reason that British business, both in India and in the UK should also benefit increasingly. Britain is still the natural market from which Indian importers are likely to seek their
requirements; and sterling balances will greatly strengthen the connection. As the prosperity of India expands it will become a most important market for the import of consumer goods of every kind, in which Britain should have a
great share. Although Britain is likely in time to lose her privileged position in regard to shipping on the UK - India routes, it will take India some considerable time to build up a shipping industry.
4. By giving up political power in India, Britain will lose a valuable field of employment for the professional classes. The earnings of British personnel in these Services are estimated at about £2, 000, 000 a year, and civilian pensions
paid by India in the UK amount to £3, 000, 000 a year. Britain is not likely however to lose the whole of these amounts.
5. In International Prestige, Great Britain should on the whole gain by her transfer of power, provided that this results in a friendly India.
The general conclusion is that on the whole Great Britain should not lose, provided that the following main conditions are fulfilled:
A. Power can be transferred to a friendly and united India.
B. A satisfactory defensive alliance can be secured.
These two provisions are the crux of the whole matter. If India lapses into chaos, Britain will lose trade, strategic advantages, and prestige, and a danger to world peace will be created. The worst possible outcome from Britain's point
of view will be if India, either through lack of responsible Government or by communist revolution, or by deliberate choice, falls under the control of Russia. Britain will then have sacrificed her own position and have gotten nothing from
India.
6. The strategic consequences of independence for India are set out in the G.H.Q. paper attached. It is clear that a defensive alliance with India is of great importance to Britain.
Such an alliance cannot be forced on a free India, but is likely to be sought by India itself, if we manage well. It should secure our naval position in the Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf, the maintenance of the link in air communications
and so far as possible the use of Indian manpower. Without such an alliance Britain stands to lose very heavily by abandoning India.
7. The greatest danger is that an independent India may come under the domination of Russia. It is very difficult to estimate how likely this is to happen. An independent Indian Government could hardly be unconscious of the length of
its seaboard or of the fact that 90% of its trade is sea-borne.
If the Indian Government does turn out to be weak and incompetent, the country is likely to lapse into chaos and disorder. If that condition occurs, the loss to Britain in strategic position, manpower resources, communications and
trade, will be very serious even if Russia does not intervene. Indeed any advantages to Britain that can be anticipated as a result of handing over political power are all conditional on there being a friendly stable successor Government
that can rule India.
To sum up it is vital to Britain that when she gives over political power in India she may be able to hand over to a friendly Government and contract with it a genuine defensive alliance. In all other circumstances the debit balance will
be heavy.

Author — Shiva Raayan

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Leader come from people like Modi,
Pappus(Rahul Gandhi) come from Family background endup entertaining people only not become PM of India

Author — Unknown Facts

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I want Modiji should come back as PM of India on 2019 for next 5 years.

Author — Monalisa Dasgupta