Eye opening piece by Nishant Das on hardship done by PM Modi.

27th November- Friday- He attended both Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha
28th November- Saturday- Lunch with Media members at BJP HQ
29th November- Sunday- Mann ki baat - stressed on climate issues
30th November- Monday- Flew to Paris & attended the global summit on climate change.
1st - Monday- Back from Paris & straight into Rajya Sabha to speak on Ambedkar.

Mind you, all this was preceded by a BILATERAL meet with #UK & then the G20 summit in #Turkey in this fortnight itself.
AND he is scheduled to leave for #USA this weekend.

Irrespective of what he may achieve, we must bow to this man's unquestionable #dedication to his work!
No #weekends, No #overtime allowances, No comp-offs for work on holidays, HATs OFF Mr. #Modi, the nation remains obliged to you.

Make no mistake, he did not simply address the countries in Paris but he roared like a #lion, on behalf of DEVELOPING countries, he told the DEVELOPED countries NOT to shift the burden of reducing emissions only to the developing countries.

Add to it the fact that the margin for error in his speeches is so less, that even if a single word from his mouth, remotely has a religious connotation, the #Media (both national & International) will debate on it for AGES, cancel VISAs etc etc.

So those of you who want an answer from MODI on every sneeze of minorities, or those who want his resignation on every cough that other BJP leaders make, ask yourselves first,
- how much work are you capable of doing?
- how many "cautious" speeches can you make daily?
- after putting in hard work day in & day out even over weekends, will u bear criticism for a few isolated incidents that went wrong ?

#Modi ji, you don't have to listen to the whining of those who signed on a petition that you should never become a PM. Let them return their awards. You have bigger things to do for the nation & we are with you.
I feel proud of our Prime Minister more  

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Country is really fortunate to have PM like Modi But whole opposition may combine together to shunt out honest people like in case of Bihar. There is a saying- "Bad money drives away Good money out of circulation". more  
The country is fortunate to have such a PM. His blind opposition is only for the political survival of some. Sad! more  
Kudos to Mr. Modi, really. Let's hope he is able to be at the helm for 10 years and contribute towards the country's growth. But things take time to happen. There was so much corruption in the system (accumulated over last so many years), it was necessary to suck out the extra money and thereby develop a monetary vacuum. Once done, I guess, the development will start. One of the main worries is the constant trouble created by the internal forces who don't want him to be successful, as that will badly erode their credibility. Hope they can be handled suitably and kept at bay. They are really the anti-national forces at work, in the pretext of being liberal. These groups are and will keep on trying to disrupt the functioning of the government. They need to be silenced, it will not be easy for the team at helm, but it will be necessary. Let's hope for the best. more  
Kudos to Mr. Modi. Yet fools see motives behind his deeds, whereas he would not have time to plan things around congress misfire of Gandhian National Herald usurp (even though their generals thought every thing is in place)! more  
To me economics, like many things in life, is all about unbiased observations, unprejudiced perceptions, doing away with defensive statistical justifications, cutting off camouflaging irrelevant logical fallacies, chaffing off bombastic jargons, curtailing the instinct to churn out untested or untestable theories  and instead engage in interpretations of all the observed facts  uninfluenced by any ideological affiliations taking into consideration various factors that impact and/or involved in these facts appropriate to the context and relevant to the region. By applying these criteria, I feel Julian L.Simon as one among the many great economists. Don’t miss to read some parts with summaries of some chapters of one of his work THE ULTIMATE RESOURCE , of course, culled from the internet http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2013/08/economics-why-has-it-become-too.html http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2015/10/indian-economic-growth-story-under-nda.html http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2014/07/economic-useful-site.html http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2015/03/economic-development-and-empowerment.html http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2015/04/political-maturity-after-60-years.html http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2015/11/proclaiming-intentions-better-than.html http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2015/08/it-is-grand-modi-leading-grand-nation.html http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2015/11/inner-dynamics-of-this-country-is.html http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2015/11/what-needs-to-be-prioritized-for-india.html http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2015/10/substance-over-superficiality-reforms.html http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2011/11/economics-is-not-only-indicator-of.html Unfortunately our information input and subconsciously opinion molding is both done by these popular media houses who too suffer from selective amnesia and collective indifference. Let us not fall a prey to that. You may also read of relevance to the last 4 points http://contentwriteups.blogspot.in/2014/01/journalists-methods.html Edward Tenner: Unintended consequences http://www.ted.com/talks/edward_tenner_unintended_consequences http://www.ted.com/talks/david_christian_big_history and Hans Rosling's 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes - The Joy of Statistics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbkSRLYSojo more  
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