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Modi Government Score Card for the last 4.3 years

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mkrishna100

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once this govt gone...then the real picture will come....demonetisation and GST are bad for bjp...

black money has more with politicians and other stars....many are not paying taxes/evading taxes...

always salaried middle class will suffer....who ever comes to power..
Yes Taxes collected from the Salaried Middle Class goes to fund the welfare policies of the Lower Income Group and also to bail out the Rich Crooks ( Mallayas , Nirav Modis , Ambanis etc ) who fund the people in Power during elections and that is why Middle Class suffers and to keep them happy Exaggerated lies , Hate Politics ,Cow Politics ,Abusing Congress , busing Nehru , Abusing Pakistan , Surgical Strike , RAM MANDIR issue ,Crying in Open claiming Opposition have ganged up against him , fake Assassination attempts are resorted by the current Modi Govt and poor Middle class dreaming Acche Din is around the corner especially after getting some lollipos like 10% reservation and 5 lakhs tax exemption in IT Limit .
 

mkrishna100

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Mitron !!! Fund crunch in Army, no TA/DA for officers

Fund crunch in Army, no TA/DA for officers


 

mkrishna100

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Warning to Middle Class .Do not fall prey to any Slogans like Acche Din or Garibhi Hato etc . You will always be milked directly or indirectly through various taxes to fund the loot of the rich ( the donors to the Ruling Party ) and also to fund the welfare schemes of the LIG ( whom the politicians fear of loosing vote ) . They care too hoots for the Middle class who just yell on TV and Social Media and once in a while they give out some lollipops like 10% reservation and IT rebate and keep u well occupied through Abusing Congress , Nehru , Promise of Hindu Rashtra etc etc . Be smart enough in spending less , saving more and do not expect Modi , Bedi or his Buddy to give you a better future as you are always going to be the Shravan Kumar

 

tbs

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Mitron Acche Din has arrived finally
MBAs, Engineers among 4,000 applicants competing for 14 sweeper jobs in TN

hi

i saw this in yesterday's tv news.....some where in UP....for some clerical post....some of ph .d candidates

applied...
 

a-TB

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Most of these educational institutions offer effectively fake degrees. These people most likely are not really engineers or possess management leadership. Entire system is corrupt
 
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tbs

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Most of these educational institutions offer effectively fake degrees. These people most likely are not really engineers or possess management leadership. Entire system is corrupt
hi

i agreed....money minded educational institutions make million of rupees and whole system corrupt...

ultimately students are suffering and parents are hopeless...
 

mkrishna100

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In 2013-14, Modi had promised to make rupee stronger vs dollar!
8 Feb 2013 – ₹53.59
8 Feb 2014 – ₹62.29
8 Feb 2015 – ₹62.04
8 Feb 2016- ₹68.00
8 Feb 2017- ₹67. 01
8 Feb 2018- ₹64.41
8 Feb 2019- ₹71.16
 

mkrishna100

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Bhakts trying to shoot the messenger by defacing his Wikipedia page.


Since that issue has been resolved I have deleted that pic .
 
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mkrishna100

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Once again Modi has done jumlabaazi'
He is not looking at the interest of farmers. He only wants to do the politics of elections.'
'This Budget is for the new super India. It is exploiting the villages of Bharat.'

"The government is willing to give one crore government staff 1 lakh crore; and 12 crore farmers only Rs 75,000 crore. Is this your sabka saath sabka vikas?"

"This is step motherly treatment with the farmers," says Vijay Jawandhia, founder member of the Shetkari Sangathana and a farmers's leader from Maharashtra.

"There is no doubt about rural distress, but based on such gimmicks and money power, the BJP will try to win the election again," Jawandhia tells Rediff.com's Archana Masih.


 

mkrishna100

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Jobs crisis clearly visible in UP — 3,700 PhDs applied to be messengers for police

The latest is from India’s most populous state, Uttar Pradesh: About 3,700 PhDs were among nearly one lakh people who applied for 62 posts of ‘telephone messengers’ for the police department.


 

prasad1

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Jobs crisis clearly visible in UP — 3,700 PhDs applied to be messengers for police

The latest is from India’s most populous state, Uttar Pradesh: About 3,700 PhDs were among nearly one lakh people who applied for 62 posts of ‘telephone messengers’ for the police department.


Anything that is unpalatable is fake news.
If Ph.D.'s are unemployed, they must be fake.
!!!!!!!
Obama obtained a fake birth certificate.

!!!!!!!

What an excuse. In Shankara's word:

pashyannapi cana pashyati


As Narendra Modi government and opposition fight over 'jobs crisis' in India, another surprising news has come from Uttar Pradesh where over 93,000 candidates including Phd holders, post graduates have applied for peon jobs that have an eligibility of Class V.

According to a ToI report, 3,700 PHDs holders, 50,000 graduates, 28,000 PGs have applied for 62 posts of messengers in UP police. The post requires a minimum eligibility of Class V.

Besides job surety, 'high starting salary'is one of the reasons why the post has attracted so much attention. The starting salary for the post is Rs 20,000 per month.

While one act of job desperation cannot explain the big picture, it certainly can point at the problem of jobs in the country. Recently there were reports that over 2 crore youths applied for nearly 1 lakh jobs in Indian Railways, while over two lakh candidates applied for 1,100 constable jobs in Mumbai Police earlier this ..


Similarly, in Rajasthan, 129 engineers, 23 lawyers, one chartered accountant and 393 post graduates were interviewed for jobs of peons.

Read more at:
//economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/65604396.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst



But it is from the Economic Times.
Is that Modi approved media?
 
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prasad1

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Jadavpur: A recruitment notice for 70 posts of the rank of peon at Jadavpur University had more than 11,000 people applying, many of them with a PhD or an MSc, MTech, BTech or BSc degree.
The minimum eligibility for the post of peon is "Class VIII pass" and the starting pay is approximately Rs 15,000 a month.

Of the 11,000-odd applicants who took the written test last year, 500 made it to a shortlist and are being called for interviews in batches.

Asked whether the trend of overqualified candidates wanting to work as peons was a reflection of desperation caused by unemployment in Bengal, acting registrar Chiranjib Bhattacharya said many candidates had said during interviews that they were working in private firms and wanted job security.
A teacher at Jadavpur University said students with engineering degrees from smaller institutes were increasingly forced to look for any employment they could get because the local job market had shrunk in Bengal.

During the interviews, some of the applicants, including those with MSc, BTech and professional degrees, were specifically asked what forced them to apply for the post of peon. "Most of them cited the lure of a government job. This is a trend not just in Jadavpur but also in other universities in Bengal and outside the state," acting registrar Bhattacharya said.

Besides being risk averse, qualified students from the state are often left behind in private companies because of poor communication skills.

A candidate with a BTech degree from a private engineering college in Bengal said he had applied for the post despite already working for a private firm because he wanted continued employment. " I am aware of the risks of working for private firms. This job (that of a peon) would ensure certain post-retirement benefits that are not available elsewhere," the applicant said.




So this phenomenon may not be due to the Modi government.
 

mkrishna100

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Why Tirupur’s Rs 42,000 crore textile hub fears a wipeout
Ramdas’s story is an illustrative snapshot of the Rs 42,000-crore Tirupur textile industry, sustained by 8,500 smallscale, medium and large firms, after the note ban.


 
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