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  • Average Age of MPs From Gujarat is Around 55 Years

    Average Age of MPs From Gujarat is Around 55 Years

    The average age of the newly-elected 26 MPs from Gujarat is around 55 years, with eleven of them being in their fifties and six others, including Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi, in their sixties.

  • Narendra Modi's tips at MPs' dinner: target Congress, don't spare its allies

    Narendra Modi's tips at MPs' dinner: target Congress, don't spare its allies

    Narendra Modi's dinner party for all BJP members of Parliament on Tuesday was more realpolitik and less rhetoric as the party's prime ministerial candidate discussed hard strategy before the legislators hit their constituencies to begin campaigning f...

  • At Narendra Modi's dinner, tips for BJP MPs to win elections

    At Narendra Modi's dinner, tips for BJP MPs to win elections

    Narendra Modi's dinner party for all BJP members of Parliament on Tuesday was more realpolitik and less rhetoric as the party's prime ministerial candidate discussed hard strategy before the legislators hit their constituencies to begin campaigning f...

  • Narendra Modi special invitee at Rajnath's dinner

    Narendra Modi special invitee at Rajnath's dinner

    Narendra Modi was the star guest at a dinner hosted by BJP president Rajnath Singh in New Delhi for his party MPs where the Gujarat Chief Minister and veteran party leader LK Advani sat next to each other.

  • British Sikhs to oppose any Modi visit to UK

    British Sikhs to oppose any Modi visit to UK

    British Sikhs have expressed opposition to any proposed visit by Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi to the United Kingdom. Mr Modi was recently invited by some British MPs of the Labour and Conservative parties to address them.

  • Congress unveils 2014 strategy for Maharashtra, attacks Narendra Modi

    Congress unveils 2014 strategy for Maharashtra, attacks Narendra Modi

    The Congress in Maharashtra has unveiled 'Vision 2014', the party's plan for fighting the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in the state. At an event held in Mumbai, Congress leaders exhorted party workers to present a united front and remove infighting s...

  • After UK, Australia invites Narendra Modi

    After UK, Australia invites Narendra Modi

    Days after British MPs invited him to address their Parliament, Australia today extended an invitation to Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP's campaign chief for 2014 elections Narendra Modi to visit that country.

  • Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi thanks British MPs for UK invite

    Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi thanks British MPs for UK invite

    Stating that dialogue strengthens democracies, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today thanked the British MPs for inviting him to UK in the spirit of dialogue and engagement.

  • Narendra Modi visa letter row: Process for examination of complaint begins

    Narendra Modi visa letter row: Process for examination of complaint begins

    Process for examination of a complaint into the alleged forging of signatures of some MPs on a letter to US President Barack Obama seeking denial of visa to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi begun yesterday.

  • Narendra Modi tells state MPs to raise issues of Gujarat in Budget Session

    Narendra Modi tells state MPs to raise issues of Gujarat in Budget Session

    Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today held a meeting of state Members of Parliament (MPs) and asked them to raise issues related to Gujarat's development during the upcoming Budget session of Parliament.

  • Gujarat polls: Congress fields candidates with 'winnability' factor

    Out of power since 1995, the Congress is leaving no stone unturned to snatch the mandate from the Narendra Modi-led BJP in Gujarat and has fielded three sitting MPs for the upcoming assembly battle, banking on their 'winnability'.

  • Gujarat Muslims flay statements of German MPs

    An organisation floated by eminent Muslims of Gujarat on Saturday denounced as "inflammatory and derogatory" the recent statement made by a delegation of MPs from that country about alleged persecution of Muslims in the state.

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