Saturday, 19 July 2014

Narendra Modi Biography,Age,Horoscope,Qualification

14th Prime Minister of India

Born: September 17, 1950 (age 63), Vadnagar

Spouse: Jashodaben Modi (m. 1968)

Education: Gujarat University

Party: Bharatiya Janata Party

Siblings: Soma Modi, Pankaj Modi, Prahlad Modi

Parents: Heeraben, Damodardas Mulchand Modi

Religion : Hinduism
Narendra Modi's biography, the official one has been written for three years now but not being published because among others it has inadequacies.Modi has been a much loathed Indian Politician from the Indian state of Gujarat.He has been in power since the year 2001.He was re-elected as the Chief Minister in 2007 riding on the wave of a campaign where he justified the fake encounter of a presuned Muslim gangster by his state police.Sohrabuddin, the man killed in the fake encounter was taken out of a bus along with his wife and butchered by the Gujarat police.His wife was also killed and her body burnt without the remains being found.A Hindu friend and eyewitness to the episode was also killed a few years later.

Personal Details

Narendra Dāmodardās Modī was born on September 17, 1950, Gujarat, India.He was born in Vadnagar, a town in the northern Mehsana district of Gujarat.Narendra Modi completed his schooling in Vadnagar and did his masters degree in Political Science from Gujarat University.

Modi started as a Tea-Seller on Ahmedabad Bus Station and by utilising his adversity to his benefits a trait that has become a hallmark of his political career too, achieved something many Indians at his social level could not.While it is claimed in the official biography that he is bachelor, a woman called Jashodaben has been referred to as his wife. Recently, an interview was published on Youtube from her.The video says, “I Jashodaben Modi, am the wife of Narendra Kumar Modi the son of Damodar Mulchanddas Modi, a resident of Kalavasudev Chachar, Vadnagar.

I am working in Rajosana primary school. We were married in 1968. I am still keeping the book gifted by him, Sangharsh Ma Gujarat, and also have a picture of his.

He was 22 to 25 years old when that picture was taken. By possessing that book I feel that my husband is still with me even if he is far away. He tore away all the pictures of our marriage because he never wanted even a single photo to remain with me.”

It is speculated that Modi was married as a Child and walked off one fine day.

For this man from north Gujarat, life began from running a tea canteen at Ahmedabad''s teeming bus terminus.

Once he joined the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS), Modi worked as a ''pracharak'' in the Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh where people remember him as a docile and humble man, an image contrary to his present one.

During Modi''s tenure in New Delhi as the BJP''s national spokesman in the late 1990s, he went to the US for a three-month course on public relations and image management. This apparently now helps him to get the publicity he desires.

Narendra Modi's abilities and leadership qualities were seen in the early days of his student life when he became the student leader of Akhil Bhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (All India Students Council). He played a prominent role in the anticorruption movement in 1974 in Gujarat.

He entered politics in 1987 by joining the Bharatiya Janata Party. Within a year, he was elevated to the level of General Secretary of the Gujarat unit of the party. In 1995 he was made the National Secretary of the party in-charge of five major states in India – a rare distinction. He traveled extensively through out the world, which helped him to develop a global perspective.

After carving a niche for himself in the national politics as a master strategist, he took over as the Chief Minister of Gujarat on 7th October 2001.

Narendra Modi, who is ever capable of turning an adversity into an opportunity made use of his inexperience to start afresh, on a clean slate without the burden of the past. His beginner mind was a blessing in disguise for him to learn things without any bias and without the need to unlearn the dead past. Though he was a wandering type of Sangh Pracharak he had a wealth of national and international exposure with him. Immediately after the swearing in ceremony he swung into action. His administrative acumen, clear vision and integrity brought him a landslide victory in the general elections held in December 2002 and he was sworn in as the Chief Minister for the second term on 22nd December 2002.

Presiding over the killing of Muslims

In 2002, Narendra Modi's party, the BJP, which has been on the forefront of a fundamentalist Hindu mobilisation for the construction of a temple dedicated to Mythical God Rama at a site held by the Muslims in a small town of India called Ayodhya, organised one of the many mobilisations of its cadres and interested masses to the city.The event was called "Chetavani Yatra" or "Rally for Warning", a warning that was meant for the Central government to expedite the handover of the muslim site so that a fitting monument to the hindu god could be constructed.There is a court case still pending since the 1949's to decide the title deed of the land and whether the claim that the mosque was constructed in the 1500's by the general of the then Mughal ruler Babar over a Hindu shrine.

The Hindu extremists, otherwise, also known as Kar Sevaks engaged in Anti Muslim sloganeering and rowdiness over the entire stretch of the Rail Network that led to retaliatory attacks on a train in the town of Godhra in Gujarat.A fire resulted in the carriages of the train and some 56 people were killed burnt most likely due to fire from stoves carried in the train by some of the extremist activists than due to the arson from outside from a group of Muslims living in the vicinity of the station who had come to protest the manhandling of a Muslim girl vendor by the Kar Sevaks in the train who also sloganeered Anti-Muslim slogans.

Cancellation of US Tourist Visa

Modi masterminded the communal violence in Gujarat that killed over 2000 Muslims in February-March 2002 besides destroying millions of dollars worth of properties and personal belongings of the minority community and rendering thousands of them homeless. Ignoring the criticism made by human rights organizations and individuals, groups and parties representing secular opinions and sentiments in the country, Modi provocatively allowed in the first week of July 2002 a traditional Hindu procession to take place through the streets of Ahmedabad, the commercial capital of Gujarat State including some of the city’s Muslim neighbourhoods. This was in keeping with the usual practice of the Hindu bigots to exploit the chariot procession to incite anti-Muslim pogroms. Modi used the occasion as the pretext for a massive police operation involving 30,000 police officers and other security personnel, including members of the Rapid Action Force, the Border Security Force and the Central Reserve Police Force. Police lined the streets along the 14km route, while marksmen were placed on neighbouring rooftops and hundreds of plainclothes police mingled with onlookers. The heavy police presence did not reassure the local Muslim population, many of whom fled to relief camps set up at Ahmedabad.

Narendra Modi signs Apco Worldwide as Lobbying Firm

Narendra Modi was invited to take part in the WEF Davos deliberations and an invitation accorded by its Chairman as a part of the campaign by the American Lobbying firm Apco Worldwide.An international outcry followed with protests from Indophile academics which an Indian Scholar summed as:

"For months, the WEF did not bother to respond to the academics and activists’ demand. It neither confirmed the invitation nor denied it. Finally in late November, Mark Adams, communications officer at World Economic Forum, bowing to the international outcry, told me that Modi is not invited to the summit, and the Gujarat officials making such claims were wrong. Those officials were simply, if recklessly, cooking up stories to whiten their boss’ black record. Their doings are part of the move Modi made to hire a Washington-based firm, Apco Worldwide, an American firm for public relations purposes."

Narendra Modi walks out of Interview

Showing a common trend evident in the right wing Hindu party - the BJP, Modi showed a complete disregard to an eminent interviewer Karan Thapar by walking out of the Interview in just five minutes.

Quotes from Narendra Modi

At a function promoting rural sanitation, Mr. Modi is reported to have said, "There is one community which insists on `burqa' for their women in public. But to respond to nature's call, the same women are forced to go to jungles in the absence of sanitary facilities at home ..."

This level of bigotry from a politician who has distinguished himself by remaining completely unremorseful, despite universal condemnation for the horrific events that took place in Gujarat in 2002 and thereafter is hardly surprising. But instead of taking cheap swipes at Muslims, the Gujarat Chief Minister should hang his head in shame that despite all his talk of Gujarat Gaurav (Gujarat Pride), millions of poor women in the State — not just Muslim but Hindu, Adivasi, of every caste and creed — are deprived of basic facilities like water and sanitation.

Narendra Modi and BJP role in Gujarat Riots 2002: The BJP and the Sangh Parivar family would like us to forget the crimes against humanity committed in full world view under a democratic garb and there is no dearth of literature flooded on the worldwideweb that speaks lies and tries to project the violence as a reciprocal one when it was entirely one sided post Godhra train burning incident - even for which the rowdy Sangh Parivar activists were responsible for inciting the Muslim railway station vendors.

The Gujarat Riots reports on preventgenocide international website are sourced from the established Indian and International media and gives a day by day account of the riots.

Chief Minister of Gujarat

In 2001, Keshubhai Patel's health was failing, and the BJP had lost seats in the by-elections. Allegations of abuse of power, corruption and poor administration were being made, and Patel's standing had been damaged by his administration's handling of the Bhuj Earthquake of 2001.As a result, the BJP's national leadership sought a new candidate for the office of chief minister, and Modi, who had aired his misgivings about Patel's administration, was chosen as a replacement.L. K. Advani, a senior leader of the BJP, did not want to ostracise Patel and was worried about Modi's lack of experience in governance. Modi declined an offer to be Patel's deputy chief minister, informing Advani and Atal Bihari Vajpayee that he was "going to be fully responsible for Gujarat or not at all", and on 7 October 2001, Modi was appointed the Chief Minister of Gujarat, with the responsibility of preparing the BJP for elections in December 2002. As Chief Minister, Modi's ideas of governance revolved around privatisation and small government, which stood at odds with what political commentator Aditi Phadnis has described as the "anti-privatisation, anti-globalisation position" of the RSS.

First term (2001-2002)

Second term (2002–2007)

Third term (2007–2012)

Fourth term (2012–present)

Awards and Recognitions

Gujarat Ratna by Shri Poona Gujarati Bandhu Samaj at Ganesh Kala Krida Manch on celebration of centenary year.

e-Ratna award by the Computer Society of India

Best Chief Minister – In a nationwide survey conducted in 2007 by India Today magazine, Narendra Modi was declared the Best Chief Minister in the country.

Asian Winner of the fDi Personality of the Year Award for 2009 by FDi magazine.
In March 2012, Modi appeared on the cover of the Asian edition of Time, one of India's few politicians to have done so.

Modi was featured in Time's 2014 Time 100 list of the most influential people in the world.

Narendra Modi Horoscope

Name: Narendra Modi
Date of Birth: Sunday, September 17, 1950
Time of Birth: 11:00:00
Place of Birth: Mehsana
Longitude: 72 E 28
Latitude: 23 N 37
Time Zone: 5.5
Information Source: Lagna Phal (Garg)
AstroSage Rating: Reference

Narendra Modi's Character horoscope

Narendra Modi is a person of considerable action. Narendra Modi is never still. Narendra Modi is always making plans and the thing Narendra Modi can least tolerate is inactivity. Narendra Modi have much self will, and the spirit of independence is firmly planted in Narendra Modi Narendra Modi resent the interference of others, perhaps more than Narendra Modi should, and freedom is a quality Narendra Modi prize very highly- freedom not only of action but also of thought.Narendra Modi think out things that are original in character. These may take widely diverse forms. Narendra Modi might invent some very ingenious contrivance or evolve a new method. Whatever it is, the world will be taken a step forward on Narendra Modi's account.There is no doubt that Narendra Modi set great score on honesty, using the term in its widest sense. Narendra Modi require Narendra Modi's friends to be honest in purpose, honest in speech, as well as in money affairs.Narendra Modi's greatest weakness lies in the way Narendra Modi treat others. Narendra Modi cannot tolerate inefficiency and Narendra Modi is apt to consider those who do not see eye to eye with Narendra Modi as being hopelessly beneath contempt. It would not be difficult for Narendra Modi to cultivate a more charitable and tolerant view towards those who are likely to earn Narendra Modi's disapproval. At any rate, it is well worth trying.

Narendra Modi's Happiness and Fulfillment horoscope

Expecting too much too soon, Narendra Modi is under tremendous inner tension and are too stubborn to compromise. Extremely nervous, Narendra Modi scatter Narendra Modi's energies by doing too many things at once and rarely complete anything, for there is always something new to discover. At later part of Narendra Modi's age, Narendra Modi may experience migraine headaches and must learn to relax. Any sort of combined physical and mental discipline such as yoga is an excellent remedy.

Narendra Modi's Life Style horoscope

Narendra Modi is more inward than most. If Narendra Modi were to appear in front of a large group of people, Narendra Modi would suffer from stage phobia. Narendra Modi is best motivated when Narendra Modi is alone to do whatever Narendra Modi want to do, and at Narendra Modi's own pace.

Narendra Modi Educational Qualification

Narendra Modi: Narendra Modi born on 17 September 1950 is the chief minister of Gujarat. He have completed M.A

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