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Congress not interested in development: Gujarat CM

Congress not interested in development: Gujarat CMBanaskantha (Gujarat), Apr 20: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that the Congress was not interested in development of the country.

“The Congress is not interested in development issues. They just want to remain in power for which they indulge in vote bank politics,” Modi said while addressing an election rally here.

Modi further said that he has a magic medicine to solve all problems of the people of the State.

I am not a one-man show: Modi

I am not a one-man show: ModiNew Delhi, Apr. 11 : Despite being portrayed in his larger than the party image, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has clarified that he is not a one man army.

"I am not a one-man show. No one can do the kind of work I do in today''s world. If there is no team, there is no success. So if they don''t want to accept BJP''s victory, they will say it''s not BJP''s victory, it''s Modi''s victory and therefore try to create conflict," Modi said in an interview with CNN-IBN.

Modi, Pawar deride each other in Maharashtra

Modi, Pawar deride each other in MaharashtraPune, Mar 16: The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Chief Sharad Pawar and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Narendra Modi derided each other during campaigning in Maharashtra on Monday.

While Pawar condemned Modi by calling him a "frontline leader" of the communal forces in the country, Modi mocked Pawar by saying that the Congress has cheated him on the prime ministership issue.

CPM MP expelled for praising Modi

narendra modiKannur, Mar 7 : The Communist Party of India- Marxist (CPM) on Saturday expelled its MP from Kannur, A. P. Abullakutty, for praising Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's development model.

He was charged with repeated breach of discipline by `joining class enemies'.

CPM has said in a statement that the Kannur MP had embarrassed the party by stating the efforts of Modi to bring development to his state were worthy of emulation.

Abullakutty was suspended from the party for one year on January 17.

UK biz gurus invite Modi, can ailing US resist?

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For the first time since 2003, the liberalist curtain blocking Narendra Modi from Western democracies has parted slightly — offering him an invitation to attend a London business summit, and revealing a window that opens into America.

Modi has been invited to address India Summit 2009, organised by Dow Jones and Financial News. The newspaper’s promotional email introduces Modi as the leading speaker at the summit.

Officials in the chief minister’s office confirmed the receipt of the invitation, but did not comment on Modi’s response to it.

Rahul fishes for support in A'bad

Rahul fishes for support in A'bad Narendra Modi may consider him a small fish, but Rahul Gandhi, the 'gold' fish of the Congress, is quietly but firmly making inroads into Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar, both of which are BJP strongholds. Gandhinagar, moreover, is LK Advani's parliamentary constituency.