Modi : Comman Man's PM: Common Man’s PM

by Kishor Makwana

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Author: Kishor Makwana

Languages: English

Number Of Pages: 400

Binding: Paperback

Package Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.9 x 0.7 inches

Release Date: 01-12-2015

Details: Product Description This book is a worth-reading, prolific and insightful life-sketch of the torch-bearer of Indians. It is about common man’s prime Minister Narendra Modi who has become a Ray of hope for 125 crore Indians—from a humble farmer to an ambitious industrialist—having taken the route to good governance after being sworn as India's prime Minister in May 2014. The game-changer of Indian politics, Modi had taken the mesmeric hold over Gujarat masses with three consecutive victories in the state assembly elections and was a senior campaign adviser drawing unprecedented crowds for Lok Sabha 2014 elections. After getting elected PM, Modi is often echoed in 24x7 breaking news on media channels and enjoys good rapport with the top world leaders whom he visited during his six months of prime minister-ship. The insightful leader led India at the india-asean summit, g-20 summit and had bilateral meetings with the leadership of countries like us, Japan, China and other neighbouring countries of India. He has launched new avenues of cooperation with the countries with which India has deep historical and cultural ties over centuries. His initiatives like 'make in India' And 'Swachchha Bharat Abhiyan' Have been widely lauded. Modi has called for innovative effort to make renewable energy, especially solar energy, competitive with conventional energy and br>pitched for global cooperation on repatriation of black money. About the Author A devoted and vigilant Journalist, An activist in its true sense, Has in-depth study of Social Life, A Columnist of 'Social Network' in Sunday Edition of renowned Gujarati Daily 'Divya Bhaskar'; Editor of 'Namaskar' –a Popular Family Magazine; Publisher of Social Magazine 'Samaj Samvedna'; Author of the books, 'Swami Vivekananda', 'Rashtriya Ghatnachakra', 'RSS nu Lakshya', 'Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar'. 'Safalta no Mantra' and other… Compilation of articles and speeches 'Samajik Samrasta' 'Aapna Narendrabhai' and many more… Accompanied the then Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee in Historic Lahore Tour in 1999; Honoured with Awards like 'Panchjanya Nachiketa Samman' and 'Pratap Narayan Mishra Yuva Sahitya Puraskar'.