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  1. The pollution crisis in Delhi has been so severe and brutal that it has now even gotten international attention. Environmental activists from all over the world have been advocating for changes to improve the air quality in the national capital. First, it was Leonardo DiCaprio, and now, even Pamela Anderson has joined in. Recently, she wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing how heartbroken she is about the pollution that is plaguing Delhi. Being an honourary director of the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), she has always been a vocal activist in fighting the good fight and it's not surprising she's using her platform to bring about change. In her letter, she requested PM Modi to lead the country's fight against climate change by example and give veganism a chance. Asking him to make all the government meetings and functions vegan, she backed it all up with facts. She talked about how one-fifth of the human-driven greenhouse gas emissions was due to the raising of animals for meat, dairy and eggs. She wrote, "My heart goes out to everyone affected by the severe air pollution plaguing Delhi. I worry about the residents as well as the animals who canât wear face masks or stay indoors. I know you share my concern for the future, so please lead Indiaâs fight against climate change by taking a simple but forceful, progressive step. Ban animal-derived foods from all government meetings and functions. I am shattered by recent findings of climate changeâs impact on India." She even gave examples and mentioned how countries like New Zealand, China, and Germany are fighting against climate change by reducing the consumption of meat and dairy. She wrote, "I appeal to you to show that India can equal or best them. With your countryâs innovation and agricultural history, Iâm sure that India-produced soy and other versatile foods can easily replace these damaging foods." With so much variety of food in the country, she also noted that it's the easiest place to be vegan. She wrote, "India is the easiest place to be vegan... I still remember the beautiful colour of saffron rice and the alluring aroma of veggie biryani. Indiaâs foods are so fantastic and varied that itâs the easiest place on earth to be vegan." Moreover, going vegan doesn't only save innocent animals from a brutal and undeserving death, but also saves people from diseases that come with the consumption of them. She wrote, "In fact, meat and dairy companies are set to become the worldâs biggest polluters and the United Nations warns that a global shift to vegan eating is necessary to combat climate change. Itâs not an option but a necessity." Couldn't agree more. Climate change is an emergency and a top issue that no one seems to be taking care of at the moment. Activists are fighting all over the world, trying their best to actually save the planet and hopefully, PM Modi takes note and follows through with this. As she said, it's a necessity now. View the full article
  2. The term 'mass surveillance' doesn't induce a lot of confidence, does it? Everything you probably know about mass surveillance is tied to privacy infringement probably because it's essentially a practice of spying on a significant part of a population. Well, the fear of mass surveillance is now lingering over Indians because the Modi Govt is building the world's biggest facial recognition system for mass surveillance. The government is building the system in order to fight crime and catch criminals. Is it really. though? We'll get to that. © Reuters When I say mass surveillance, I don't mean the one where the government is planning to go the limits of email interceptions, wiretapping, and computer hacking. Right now, the efforts are limited to installing cameras to keep a track of everything that's happening. Or least that's the part of the story we know so far. Keeping the speculations aside, it's worth pointing out that Indians have mixed feelings about this whole mass surveillance thing. While some think that it interferes with our fundamental right to privacy, which is a debatable topic by itself in India, others think it's a good idea that's already being used by countries like the US and China to fight crime. And since there's only a little information that's available to use right now as to what will be deployed, what the data will be used for and how it'll be regulated, this remains a complex issue to tackle right now. So, is India ready to be monitored at all times? © Reuters There are different answers to this question depending on who you're asking. We may be technologically equipped to install the system that's necessary to monitor people at all times. But honestly, it seems like a disaster waiting to happen. Why? The simple answer is because India doesn't have a privacy and data protection law. A lot of whistleblowers and privacy experts are currently debating on mass surveillance and the use of the internet, and how they invade our privacy. They're doing it because it's indeed a sensitive topic which people don't seem to take very seriously. It's unimaginably scary how much tech giants know about us with whatever data that's available through our social feeds alone. Plus, this news comes at a time when the reports about Indians being illegally spied upon using Israeli software just came out recently. With no proper laws in place, a mass surveillance system sounds like a bad idea. At the end of the day, it's your personal data that's being collected. It's your facial data that's going to power this surveillance system. Will The Data Be Safe? © Wikipedia What about the data protection rules? When you're talking about a mass surveillance system of this scale, it means the government is going to collect critical information of Indian citizens. It's the kind of data that can easily be misused. With no laws to state how this data is going to be stored, used and protected, this sounds like another privacy breach that's waiting to happen. Even some of the biggest tech companies with state-of-the-art technology to protect the data have fallen prey to hacks and security breaches. There's no way to tell if India is ready to safeguard this kind of sensitive info, at least not right now. Mass Surveillance Won't Stop Crimes Altogether © Reuters According to India's national crime bureau, this mass surveillance tech is an effort in “modernising the police force, information gathering, criminal identification, verification”. So technically, we're not looking at a tech that's made to stop the first degree crimes. The camera footage can only be used to identify the criminals after the crime has been committed. Yes, that's good to prevent it from happening again, but don't you think we need proper force to stop them from happening in the first place. Yes, it'll help the police find, say, missing children and other people, but that's not the only issue we're dealing with, are we? People are obviously entitled to their own opinions and are free to share their concerns but at the end of the day, we need to wait and see how the Government is implementing the whole system. It may or may not help us fight crimes, but it could be a good step in the right direction. I just hope we won't be reading stories about how mass surveillance has made our lives harder, say, a few years down the line. Tell us what you think in the comments section below. View the full article
  3. PM Narendra Modi constantly gets trolled, this is a fact. We're not contributing to it, or commenting on it, we're just stating it. But, you wouldn't expect the Prime Minister himself to be aware of the extent of trolling, right? He's a busy man, he has so much to do, so many countries to visit but turns out he knows everything and he proved it with his latest tweet. Author Ray Dalio recently met PM Modi and they both discussed a lot of things, including meditation, the World, and India. It's a long video, but if anyone wants to watch, here it is. Ray Dalio then shared the video on Twitter, showering PM Modi with praises. Isn't that what everyone does after meeting him? Not surprising at all. In my opinion, Indian's Prime Minister Modi is one of the best, if not the best, leaders in the world. I had an opportunity to explore with him how he thinks as well as what he thinks. If you're interested in listening to it, here it is: https://t.co/upiMLOgKCA — Ray Dalio (@RayDalio) November 7, 2019 Now, PM Modi's reply is something else. It's probably the most bizarre thing he's ever tweeted, very unlike him, and even though fans are appreciating how savage it is, some are even concerned about him because of how unexpected it is. My friend @RayDalio, the trolling after these words of praise would give you the best opportunity to test your meditation skills and being “like a Ninja.”! ð On a more serious note, the points below make for a healthy discussion, in the spirit of being radically open minded. https://t.co/5fXkYZdSfu — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 8, 2019 Never in a million years, I thought I would see the Prime Minister of our country use the words 'trolling' and 'like a ninja', let alone in one sentence. People have one word for him - Wah modi wah... Savage atðð — Sir castic (@Mostlyconfuse_d) November 8, 2019 What a gif! pic.twitter.com/PnV5szdMsD — Truptiii (@Truptisarpate) November 8, 2019 Definitely this moment. pic.twitter.com/kobpPgGs3e — Darshan Pathak (@darshanpathak) November 8, 2019 There's another important question for the fans, tho. @Raydalio Are you high on chai? — mk (@MindFugitives) November 8, 2019 Hmm. These types of tweets are rare. Unlike Trump, Modi has always been quite formal in his tweets. https://t.co/0UTPksgpIc — Bharath Bhat (@metheonlyb) November 8, 2019 Okay. नमॠनमà¤à¥¤ PM Modi's sense of humour Rocks ðð. Absolutely loved the repartee. https://t.co/Lhw7LXf82s — Kya ** Hai (@Bestum_best) November 8, 2019 He basically trolled everyone. When It Comes To Trolling With STANDARD Intact .. Then No One Can Beat Modi Ji.. He Is Legendary & His Tweets Are EPIC ð https://t.co/MPHGAnb0JM — Anupam@one&Only (@DareDevilAnupam) November 8, 2019 What is that picture? Waah Modiji waah ð¤£ð¥ð pic.twitter.com/n748C5Orm6 — Aparna ð (@AppeFizzz) November 8, 2019 Hmm. True statesman is one who trolls the troll in classiest way possible! ðð¼ https://t.co/p0FLo1DSZf — Dr. Jal Kukdi (@Jal_Kukdi) November 8, 2019 View the full article
  4. Recently, PM Narendra Modi hosted a reception at his residence that was attended by the who's who of Bollywood. From Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez to Kangana Ranaut and Ekta Kapoor, almost every famous celebrity attended the 'Change Within' event, posted selfies and pictures from the party and thanked PM Modi for inviting them. View this post on Instagram Excellent interaction with leading film personalities and cultural icons. A post shared by Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) on Oct 19, 2019 at 9:48am PDT However, there's an interesting backstory that was shared by veteran singer SP Balasubrahmanyam on social media, where he low-key expressed how upset he was with PM Modi for being partial towards the Bollywood celebrities. Singer Balasubrahmanyam was also present at the same event, but he didn't post any pictures from there, nor any selfies with PM Modi. Why? Because his phone and that of a few other guests were taken away by the security personnel and they were given tokens for the same. So, how were the Bollywood celebrities allowed to carry their phones inside? That's exactly the point everyone is raising now. In his post on Facebook, he wrote "I am grateful to Ramoji Raoji, (Eenadu), because of whom I was able to attend a reception hosted by our Hon. Prime Minister at his home on the 29th of Oct. Upon entering the premises, we were asked to leave our cellphones with the security personnel and were given tokens for the same. But I was bewildered at the STARS taking selfies with the PM on that day. THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO HMMM????? (sic)" The 'Change Within' event was organised to promote the ideologies of Mahatma Gandhi. View the full article
  5. From calling him a 'chaiwala' to calling him the 'best PM ever', from using slogans like 'Modi hai to mumkin hai' to making gazillions of biopics on him for no reason whatsoever; people can never stop talking about him. You can like him, you can hate him. But, you cannot ignore him. That's PM Narendra Modi for you, folks. And his recent speech at the Future Investment Initiative (FII) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia has now given people new fodder to talk about him. On Tuesday, PM Modi made quite a remarkable speech on how he comes from a very humble background and not from a "political family". He spoke about how he sold tea at the railway platform, which has struck a chord with most people on social media. I would like to particularly thank His Majesty @KingSalman and His Royal Highness the Crown Prince for their hospitality. Interacting with them is always very special. pic.twitter.com/2DrqwNGhuS — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 29, 2019 During the speech he said, "My background is not that of any big political family. I have not learnt about poverty from the books but I have lived it. I have reached here by selling tea on the railway platform." © Twitter/Narendra Modi He further added, "In a few years, India will be successful in eradicating poverty. My fight against poverty is by empowering poor. Poor need dignity. When a poor person says that he will himself end his poverty, then there is no greater satisfaction. All we need is to provide him with dignity and empower him." He further said "It gives me immense satisfaction to see that a change in India brings the change in figures for the world." PM Modi's 'living poverty' statement has touched many hearts and people on social media can't stop praising him. Great, thanking Hon'ble PM Shri Narendra Modi, thanking you, the Excellency., Haven't Learnt Poverty from Books, I Lived it by Selling Tea on Railway Platform, Says PM Modihttps://t.co/ZvCIgQLq90 Source : "News18" via Dailyhunt Download Nowhttps://t.co/gSp4n4qXcg — MOORTHY Kaliappan (@moorthyoilgas) October 30, 2019 #ModiInSaudi "I didn't learnt about poverty by reading books. But by living under poverty selling Tea got to know about poverty" Glad and Proud to have Modi as PM.pic.twitter.com/51ustL1bow — Ganesh Iyerâ¤ð®ð³ (@Jaz_baatein) October 30, 2019 Haven't Learnt Poverty from Books, I Lived it by Selling Tea on Railway Platform, Says PM Modi - v Indian mean it Sir!!! @BJP4India @narendramodi pic.twitter.com/izMtmo4Hmc — amin_anita@yahoo.com (@ChaukidarAnitaP) October 30, 2019 Here is our PM... https://t.co/IqhVL38ZGZ — Dr.B.G.Gokulan (@gokul64) October 30, 2019 But, not everyone was happy with his statement and soon started trolling him on social media. Is that why you wear 10 lakh Rupee suits and bvlgari sunglasses, and never repeat your designer clothes, while India starves? https://t.co/qDsJgYa6DW — Irreverent Lawyer (@rebelawyer) October 30, 2019 Wish poverty was read in books only ..... India at present would have been shinning...... Your Living in poverty did cost India the whole economy.....https://t.co/qUlUQVNT3j — Pawan Suri (@psp274) October 30, 2019 “ I have not learnt poverty from books but lived it”: PM Modi in Riyadh That is why his govt spent â¹2989 crore to construct a statue, decided to introduce a bullet train and spent â¹5200 crore in advertisements with his smiling face in 5 years! — Bharat Rao (@bharatrao1960) October 30, 2019 Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Saudi Arabia said that constructing toilets and opening bank accounts have empowered the poor in India and have given them a sense of dignity! Thereafter his Chai, Chai, Chai started. Chai is giving me life goals now! https://t.co/MULshUJcUi — Shrishti Dutt Pandey (@shrishti827) October 30, 2019 View the full article
  6. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Photo: AFPNew Delhi has approached the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) after Islamabad barred Indian premier Narendra Modi to use Pakistan?s airspace, Indian news website NDTV reported on...
  7. Everyone else: *arguing over who's the best Joker* Me, an intellectual: PM Modi has both Heath Ledger & Joaquin Phoenix beat. © Twitter This picture definitely belongs in the huge collection of PM Narendra Modi's best pictures. What is even happening here? How did just a few rose petals manage to turn him into Joker or Pennywise (can't decide who he looks likes more here)? So, this picture is of PM Modi arriving at BJP headquarters after the election results came in. And as soon as it ended up on Twitter, people couldn't ignore the eerie similarities with a few iconic characters. Rose petals showered on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vehicle as he arrives at BJP headquarters in Delhi.#ResultsWithNDTV #MaharashtraAssemblyPolls #HaryanaAssemblyPolls #ElectionResults2019 More on https://t.co/Fbzw6n8LeF pic.twitter.com/hcNStYVGLY — NDTV (@ndtv) October 24, 2019 Honestly, Joaquin Phoenix walked so PM Modi could run. Holy shit, I thought it was a still from Joker before I read the caption lmfao — Dalrymple (@allthoseblues) October 24, 2019 Maybe he's already over Diwali and has jumped straight to Halloween? Digging the costume, nonetheless. i don't know what we all are looking at but all i'm seeing is pennywise. — zay ðµð¸ð¾ðªð´ó ©ó ®ó ªó «ó ¿ (@zaysyed) October 24, 2019 The gif is so creepy, though. okay but pic.twitter.com/j7QOIE342v — virgin corporate hoeð (@Zee_e_) October 24, 2019 We've embraced it. Indians celebrating Halloween — Alishba (@waveygrave) October 24, 2019 Yep. Umm .... He would have been better joker — Sakriya Neupane (@Sakriya) October 24, 2019 Oh, okay. oh okay...ð pic.twitter.com/W8s12dQhNL — farheen (@farheensaleem18) October 25, 2019 He's an actor on the side, who knew? Is Narendra Modi, the real Pennywise??? He surely looks like one here....𤡠— Manish Ahire (@manishahire) October 24, 2019 He would be perfect. Sorry Joaquin, but you had a good run. #Joker 2 pic.twitter.com/wge3ktBU2r — Setapa-i (@iWitchHunter) October 24, 2019
  8. Pakistani Singer Rabi Pirzada needs no introduction. At least, not in India and the reasons for her popularity have no connection whatsoever with her music. Everyone who knows her, or has heard of her, will know how she threatened to attack PM Narendra Modi with the help of her friends, that is, snakes and alligators. © Twitter Now, Rabi Pirzada is back with another threat and this time it looks like a serious one, although desi people just like the last time are busy trolling her. After epic goof-ups like 'Johnny Sins is a Kashmiri guy who lost his vision to pellets' and tagging the UNO card game instead of UN; people have now moved on to mocking Pakistani pop singer Rabi Pirzada, who has now posted a picture wearing a suicide vest threatening to attack PM Modi. © Instagram In fact, that's not all. In one of the posts she even called PM Modi 'Hitler'. She used hashtags like 'ModiHitler' and 'Kashmirkibeti'. Pirzada has been posting threatening and hateful posts against India and PM Modi ever since the government announced the scrapping of Article 370, which granted special status to Jammu & Kashmir. Desi people were clearly not impressed with her distateful post. While some were very angry with her post, others put their sarcasm hat on and unleashed a meme fest on social media. This isn't every funny. Highly irresponsible. — Sam (@SamJamPk) October 22, 2019 बहà¥à¤¤ फरà¥à¤ हॠहिà¤à¤¦à¥à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¤¾à¤¨ पाà¤à¤¿à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¤¾à¤¨ मà¥à¤... हिà¤à¤¦à¥à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¤¾à¤¨à¥ लड़à¤à¥ ~ @HimaDas8 पाà¤à¤¿à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¤¾à¤¨à¥ लड़à¤à¥~ @Rabipirzada सारॠà¤à¤¹à¤¾à¤ सॠà¤à¤à¥à¤à¤¾ हिà¤à¤¦à¥à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¤¾à¤¨ हमारा ...ð®ð³ pic.twitter.com/b2ZoRfc9xZ — Journo Satya (@Satyalivelko) October 23, 2019 Aao kabhi LOC pe ð Inke Singer , Cricketer sab ke andar ek terrorist hai — Abhishek Sinha à¤à¤­à¤¿à¤·à¥à¤ ð®ð³ (@iabhi_sinha) October 23, 2019 @Twitter @jack Is this image OK? When person is verified by you ð — Mita Mehta (@mita_anilkumar) October 23, 2019 Demo please! Just once. ððð — Seemað®ð³ (@SeemaSi80252530) October 23, 2019 @FunRabi and @Rabipirzada National dress of Pakistan. @ImranKhanPTI will soon declare #pakistan's (terrorist) uniform / National dress of Pakistan. what mentality it is???????? sister please go back to school, Not Terrorist camps. how she is getting such disaster things????? pic.twitter.com/iLd53ti2IG — Loganspace.com (@loganspace3) October 23, 2019 Wow, feeling good to see you that you wearing a traditional dress #PakistanNationalDress — Ablution Avishek (@avishekmaji19) October 23, 2019
  9. Bollywood might be the entertainment manufacturing unit of this country, but to millions of people in India and even outside, PM Modi is a bigger superstar. The PM recently hosted a dinner for the Bollywood fraternity to mark the celebrations of Gandhi Ji's 150th birth anniversary. The evening saw some of the biggest names come under one roof to discuss culture, the life of the father of this nation and other initiatives taken by the PM and what Bollywood could do. It saw actors like Aamir Khan and SRK thank Modi Ji for this initiative as well. View this post on Instagram Thank u @narendramodi for hosting us & having such an open discussion on #ChangeWithin & the role artistes can play in spreading awareness of the msgs of The Mahatma. Also the idea of a University of Cinema is extremely opportune! A post shared by Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) on Oct 19, 2019 at 8:56am PDT I would like to thank PM @narendramodi for brining us all together, that too for a cause such as this (Mahatma Gandhi). I feel we need to re-introduce Gandhi Ji to India and the world: noted actor @iamsrk pic.twitter.com/JE8Ibv09Ue — PMO India (@PMOIndia) October 19, 2019 A cultural video which had these same actors talking about Gandhi Ji was also played at the event. Deeply honoured to have played a small part in showcasing Mahatma Gandhiji's greatness. Celebrating and saluting 150 years of the Mahatma #ChangeWithin - https://t.co/HdsUTwCccS — Rajkumar Hirani (@RajkumarHirani) October 19, 2019 Actors like Kangana Ranaut, Jacqueline Fernandez and even producer Boney Kapoor thanked Modi Ji for his support and initiatives for the film industry. The Prime Minister was approachable and supportive of our efforts, says @Asli_Jacqueline. Listen to what she has to say... pic.twitter.com/vKmNI1hGDs — PMO India (@PMOIndia) October 19, 2019 It's a remarkable day for us. PM @narendramodi has given great respect to our industry. Hear what Kangana Ranaut has to say... pic.twitter.com/Y0w6VvltV2 — PMO India (@PMOIndia) October 19, 2019 The selfie session already broke the internet with these warm, lovely smiles and retweets. When every citizen works Dil Se, the outcome will be exceptional. We will leave no stone unturned to carry forward the message of Bapu in letter and spirit. @iamsrk https://t.co/L0G38kKRvr — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 20, 2019 Through popular culture, the message of empowering women has travelled far and wide. May this trend continue. May our Nari Shakti keep shining in the world of films and culture. https://t.co/VaaU8jKlql — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 20, 2019 Films connect and make our society better. Happy to have met you, @itsBhushanKumar. https://t.co/siTK0nwHbq — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 20, 2019 However, some people on the social media were concerned about the PM's silence on the current state of the economy's financial health and these pictures didn't really make them very happy. PM met eminent economists and Farmers he discussed over deteriorating Indian economy and doubling farmers income#modiahaitomodihai #sharukhkhan #AmirKhan pic.twitter.com/LaCGhlFyDt — Armaan (@Mehboobp1) October 20, 2019 #BlackDiwaliForBankers Modi ji with bankers ð pic.twitter.com/HqVg6vyMAG — Vikram Singh Rajput (@RajputanaGreat) October 20, 2019 PM Modi ji taking time out from his busy schedule to meet the distraught account holders of #PMC_BANK We salute the dedication and hard work of our PM ð BMKJ pic.twitter.com/bmBNwTgdp3 — ðð³ðªðºð¢ ð ð¢ð¥ð¢ð· (@priyapyadav18) October 20, 2019 Culture, entertainment, all that is important for sure but it won't hurt for the government to announce its remedial plan or any sort of plan of action for the nation to know that they are aware. No one knows where this crisis is going to take the nation but our social media is surely up to date with all these celeb pictures.
  10. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who recently swore-in as PM for a second term after the BJP won the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, resumed his duties serving the nation. He is currently on his first international tour as the re-elected PM of India and is visiting the Maldives, where he has been conferred with the highest honour meant for foreign dignitaries, the 'Rule of Nishan Izzuddeen'. Reached the Republic of Maldives. This visit indicates the importance India attaches to strong ties with the Republic of Maldives and the desire to boost cooperation in various spheres. pic.twitter.com/EwpwMzThvH — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 8, 2019 Maldives: PM Narendra Modi conferred with Maldives' highest honour accorded to foreign dignitaries, 'The Most Honourable Order of the Distinguished Rule of Nishan Izzuddeen' pic.twitter.com/PEp8vy1osn — ANI (@ANI) June 8, 2019 Through this tour, PM Modi's aim is to strengthen the bi-lateral relations between the two nations, and the honour that has recentlty been bestowed upon him, has made the entire nation proud. Prime Minister @narendramodi being honoured with 'Order of Nishanizzuddeen' the hightest award accorded to foreign dignitaries by President of Maldives @ibusolih at a ceremony in Male. pic.twitter.com/sU8RBiZFTx — Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) June 8, 2019 Heartiest Congratulations to Our Prime Minister @narendramodi ji for being conferred with Maldives' highest honour #RuleofNishanIzzuddeen' on his first foreign visit to Male, Maldives after taking office for the second term. More Power to U. ððð — Ashoke Pandit (@ashokepandit) June 8, 2019 PM Modi also gifted a cricket bat signed by the Indian cricket team to the Maldives President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, as he is a big cricket fan himself. Connected by cricket! My friend, President @ibusolih is an ardent cricket fan, so I presented him a cricket bat that has been signed by #TeamIndia playing at the #CWC19. pic.twitter.com/G0pggAZ60e — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 8, 2019 Besides supporting cricketing diplomacy between the two nations, PM Modi's tour also focused on the implementation of the sport in the island nation, for which India has offered its complete support.
  11. Last year, the 'Hum Fit Toh India Fit' campaign took the internet by storm. The 68-year-old PM Modi participated in the challenge and proved that age is just a number for him, as he shared videos of him working out and performing yoga asanas, while lying on top of a rock. © Twitter In fact, time and again PM Narendra Modi has urged his followers (on social media) to include yoga as an integral part of their lives. In case you didn't know, all the Yoga lovers and the world in general actually will celebrate International Yoga Day on June 21, this year. On 21st June, we will mark #YogaDay2019. I urge you all to make Yoga an integral part of your life and also inspire others to do the same. The benefits of Yoga are tremendous. Here is a video on Trikonasana. pic.twitter.com/YDB6T3rw1d — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 5, 2019 So, being an ardent fan of yoga, PM Modi has been sharing a series of videos on social media of asanas like Trikonasana, Tadasana and Vrikshasana. But, what's so special about these videos? The videos feature an animated PM Modi performing those asanas and listing benefits of those asanas, so that more and more people can incorporate yoga in their lives. Doing Tadasana properly would enable you to practice many other Asanas with ease. Know more about this Asana and its benefits. #YogaDay2019 pic.twitter.com/YlhNhcRas8 — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 6, 2019 "On 21st June, we will mark #YogaDay2019. I urge you all to make Yoga an integral part of your life and also inspire others to do the same," he wrote on Twitter. वà¥à¤à¥à¤·à¤¾à¤¸à¤¨ हमारॠशरà¥à¤° à¤à¤° मसà¥à¤¤à¤¿à¤·à¥à¤ à¤à¥ लिठà¤à¤¿à¤¤à¤¨à¤¾ फायदà¥à¤®à¤à¤¦ हà¥? à¤à¤à¤ दà¥à¤à¤¤à¥ हà¥à¤ à¤à¤¸ वà¥à¤¡à¤¿à¤¯à¥ मà¥à¤... #YogaDay2019 pic.twitter.com/QmDlf97JVc — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 7, 2019 Most of the time, whenever PM Modi posts something, the immediate reaction is a flurry of memes. But, this time looks like people are loving this initiative (so far) and have come forward to show their support for International Yoga Day. Do you have Video if you doing this ji. Will be even more inspiring — Contractor AniRam (@Anirudhmech) June 5, 2019 Yes. Will actively participate and promote #YogaDay2019 among family, friends and with all ! — Kailash Wagh ð®ð³ (@kailashwg) June 5, 2019 à¤à¤°à¥à¤à¤à¥ यà¥à¤ रहà¥à¤à¥ निरà¥à¤ — Kiran Singhð®ð³ (@SinghkiranKiran) June 7, 2019 Wow, I am sure it will inspire people of all walks of life. Jai Hind — Rajmohan Panadiwal,Ph.D. (@RajmohanPanadi1) June 6, 2019 Thank you Sir for motivating so many people around the world to include yoga in daily routine. Looking forward to 21St June as we planning to organise Yoga fest to celebrate Yoga day #YogaDay2019 — swapan dhar (@swapandhar) June 6, 2019 Is it just me, or does the animated PM Modi look a lot like Vivek Oberoi, who played PM Modi in his biopic? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
  12. With the General Elections ending in favour of the Bharatiya Janata Party with a landslide margin in votes, it was time for the former Gujarat Chief Minister to retake his oath as the Prime Minister of the largest democracy in the world for his second consecutive term. On Thursday, Modi along with his Union Ministers were present within the premises of Rashtrapati Bhavan to swear-in their roles at the national leaders which was officiated by the Indian President, Ram Nath Kovind. Get more details about the ceremony, here. Surely, this was a great moment for the spirit of democracy that India follows and has been following ever since its Independence, the same however, cannot be said about the ruling party's official website for their Delhi wing, delhi.bjp.org. © delhi.bjp.org © delhi.bjp.org With a common message which read: 'Hacked by 'Shadow_V1P3R', various pages of the website were replaced with beef cuisines and recipes to make them. The home page, which consisted of some navigation tools to help the user look around the website was also replaced with categories like 'Beef Items', 'Beef Leadership' and 'About Beef'. © delhi.bjp.org As soon as the news of the BJP website getting hacked broke out, people got on Twitter to let the party members know about it: Dear @BJP4India, Your website has been hacked. How long will you take to restore the site this time? Yours faithfully ð pic.twitter.com/xDSwIwWL39 — Elliot Alderson (@fs0c131y) May 30, 2019 While they were cavorting in the forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhawan, someone hacked the BJP website with beef recipes... ð pic.twitter.com/GYySqDQasK — Priya Nashmikar (@PriyaNashmikar) May 31, 2019 Delhi BJP Website hacked. BEEF JANATA PARTY pic.twitter.com/gEUjAe8CEF — Adil Aman (@Adilaman2007) May 30, 2019 BJP Delhi website hacked with Beef recipes! #ShadowViper pic.twitter.com/wmTxxSfen1 — Shafa Chikodi (@ChikodiShafa) May 30, 2019 Delhi BJP website hacked during swearing-in. Beef replaces BJP. pic.twitter.com/ApAgFzKWgR — NissimMannathukkaren (@nmannathukkaren) May 30, 2019 Even though the website was put under maintenance in a couple of hours since the discovery was made and fixed to go back live after being restored, the fact that their websites can be hacked so easily, without a single trace of who 'Shadow V1P3R' really is, calls for some really loud alarming bells, both for the party and their cyber cell.
  13. The verdict is finally here. Well, almost. The day of the final judgement, if you will, has declared the fate of our beloved country for the next five years. Most national news channels have been up and running since 6 AM this morning, throwing out data and figures our way, from the recently concluded rounds of polling, and by 12 noon today the Indian subcontinent knew all too well what's in store. © Getty Images We have chosen our leader for the next five years, and that too by a whopping majority. With over 300 seats to itself in the Lok Sabha, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is basically enjoying a clean sweep (yet again) win across the country. While the country has stepped out to celebrate the big win along with the winning party, how could our neighbouring nation stay behind? Sure enough, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, took to Twitter to congratulate PM Narendra Modi and NDA on their big win. I congratulate Prime Minister Modi on the electoral victory of BJP and allies. Look forward to working with him for peace, progress and prosperity in South Asia — Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) May 23, 2019 However, what caught people's attention was the fact that Imran Khan, once again, expressed his desire to take up peace talks with India, and work towards a progressive and prosperous future. © Twitter This is coming just over a month after the Pakistan PM said during a press conference that he believes there may be a better chance of peace talks with India, if Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) win the elections. © Twitter We are all for sharing amicable and friendly ties with Pakistan, who only seem like an extension of India in a lot of ways, given our shared history together. On multiple occasions, we have heard about how the common people on both sides of the LOC share their desire to live on friendly terms with each other, and for once, we dearly hope Pakistan will walk the talk and help establish strong, peaceful ties between the two countries.
  14. One of the greatest television shows, 'Game of Thrones', ended with one of the worst possible conclusions that the writers of the show could have come up with. According to George RR Martin, writers David Benidoff and D.B. Weiss let the internet gossip get the better of them and forced them to diverge from the books' story in order to make the show more unpredictable and exciting. With the emerging plot holes and unfinished subplots of the show due to random changes in the original story, the risk taken by the show writers failed so miserably that the fans of the series even filed a petition for the eighth and final season of the show be rewritten and remade. ** SPOILERS AHEAD ** In the final 15-20 minutes of the finale, the writers managed to screw up their fanbase even more when in an open house assembly of the most influential people of the Seven Kingdoms got together to “choose” the next ruler of the land. And after Tyrion's half-hearted line about why 'stories are the most powerful weapon in society', they decided to choose Bran Stark, yes, Brandon 'The Broken' Stark as the “King of the Six Kingdoms and the Protector of the Realm” as Sansa decided to name herself the independent Queen of the North. Bran, the boy with the exceptional powers of controlling flying crows and roll up his eyes like the freaking Undertaker, will now be sitting on the Iron Throne (what's left of it, anyway). He was literally the root cause of Hodor dying and the Night King marching South to destroy Winterfell, killing thousands of soldiers, innocent women and children. He then let Theon Greyjoy die right in front of his supernatural eyes and showed absolutely zero efforts towards Daenerys Targaryan's manslaughter over King's Landing as he disappeared from the scenario altogether. Furthermore, when he did in fact become the King, he did not pardon Jon's exile and let him join the Night's Watch and spend his lifetime as a wildling. Anyhow, after the disappointing finale, people on Twitter have taken the task of comparing Bran's rise to the throne to the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi: Today Bran sits on Throne on 23rd Modi ji will. #GOTFinale #Namoagain — Kamlesh Dorge (@Dorgekamlesh) May 20, 2019 Bran is like Narendra Modi. Did nothing the whole time. Tells a story everyone believes. Gets choosen because there is no other option.#GameOfThronesFinale — Neeraj Harpude (@Neerajharpude) May 20, 2019 Perhaps Modi will win the six kingdoms and will sit on the Iron Throne after Bran the Broken, as they have decided to choose going forward.#GameOfThronesFinale #GoTS8 #GoT8 #GameOfThrones #ExitPoll2019 #Exitpoll2019 #ExitPoll #exitpollresults #2019Elections #TheFinalEpisode — Vaseem (@BhandariVaseem) May 20, 2019 BRAN has 4 letters so does MODI. Coincidence? I think not. — Jinav Satra (@jinavs) May 20, 2019 Not sure if it was PM Modi or Bran Stark in the #modipressconference 'A man takes no question!' — sushant saklani (@VisheshTippanee) May 17, 2019 bran and modi. we all know that — Sushil Subedi (@xxySus14) May 19, 2019 Remember when everyone trolled Modi for being Bran throughout S8. I guess he knew the endingð. — Harshvardhan Karn (@harshvkarn) May 20, 2019
  15. Since the past few hours, social media is talking particularly about these two things - Cannes Film Festival 2019 and PM Narendra Modi in Kedarnath, Uttarakhand. (Sometimes, in the same sentence). The iconic Badrinath Temple remains an important part of our culture and ethos. Had the honour of joining the Puja at the Temple today. pic.twitter.com/AcHJxImztU — Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 19, 2019 According to reports and social media, PM Narendra Modi meditated in a cave in Kedarnath, Uttarakhand. What's wrong with PM Modi, or anyone for that matter, meditating in a cave? Blessed morning at Kedarnath. pic.twitter.com/xPqEsjIMBI — Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 19, 2019 Apparently, people had issues with him walking on a red carpet and the fact that there were photographers in the cave he was in. मà¥à¤, मà¥à¤°à¥ तनहाठà¤à¤° ANI pic.twitter.com/RrF2L0bzK3 — Varun Santhosh (@santvarun) May 18, 2019 Is it #Cannes2019 ? Why is the red carpet treatment at Baba #Kedarnath temple for a man who has admitted of living major part of life like a Sanyasi ! pic.twitter.com/y9SWwiXOgN — Niraj Bhatia | #NYAYforIndia (@bhatia_niraj23) May 18, 2019 World-renowned Actor Narendra Modi attends Cannes Film Festival in Kedarnath Temple. (2019) pic.twitter.com/LQTnF4y9mL — Chicha عÙÛ Vaidya (@AuntyHindutva) May 18, 2019 In case you missed out on these pictures circulating on social media of PM Modi meditating in a cave, then I will assume you were probably living under a rock all this while. Not a rock near that cave though, because the cave that PM Modi was in had WiFi. Twitter The fact that there is Wifi in a cave, when we don't even get proper network here in Delhi, raised my curiousity and digging out more information led me to this. Turns out, the cave was built recently and comes with all the modern facilties. What's more? You can go there and meditate too, only if you want to; because the place is avalaible for rent at just Rs. 990 per day. According to a report in Hindustan Times, the cave that is known as 'Rudra Meditation Cave' was built last year, after PM Modi suggested the concept of meditation caves in the area. Majestic and magnificent. Serene and spiritual. There is something very special about the Himalayas. It is always a humbling experience to return to the mountains. pic.twitter.com/o01iPJ5dl3 — Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 19, 2019 "The cave did not get a good tourist response last year as by the time it was opened for bookings, the weather had already become quite cold. Secondly, we realised the tariff was too high," the general manager of Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam (GMVN) said while revealing that the price of the cave was Rs. 3000 per day initially and was later reduced to Rs. 990. Earlier, it was compulsory for people to book the cave for at least 3 days, but not anymore. Twitter Talking about the amenities, the cave is in no way less than a hotel. Apart from WiFi, it offers electricity, drinking water, 24x7 phone service and attendant who will take care of all your needs, and washroom. If you are concerned about food, the cave offers breakfast, lunch and dinner and serves chai twice a day. Sounds fun, doesn't it?
  16. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been getting a lot of slack on social media for making some wild claims one after the other. After the 'Cloud theory' that went viral across social media platforms yesterday, our PM is back under the radar for saying he was one of the first people in the country to use a digital camera and some other tech gadgets. Yes, a clip from his recent interview with News Nation has now gone viral. In that video, PM Modi is seen claiming that he was among the first people in India to use a digital camera in 1988. He said he used the camera to click a photograph of LK Advani. Adding on to that, PM Modi also claimed that he was one of the early adopters of e-mail, back in 1988, and used an iPad-like tablet with a stylus in the early 90s. Well, you don't have to be a genius to find out that neither the digital camera nor e-mail services existed in the timelines he mentioned. So, people were obviously not going to keep quiet. A lot of people decided to call our PM out on social media. Economist Rupa Subramanya, for instance, pointed out that e-mail was available only to a select few in West in 1988. Well, can't really argue with that. In 1988, even in the developed west, email was available to a few academics and scientists but Modi somehow used it in 1988 in India before it was officially introduced to the rest of us in 1995. ð³ https://t.co/cq3nhRLEQJ — Rupa Subramanya (@rupasubramanya) May 12, 2019 A lot of others decided to pitch in too. @PMOIndia ke paas batwa nahi tha (kyunki paise nahi the!) lekin 1988 mein digital camera aur email tha? All of this would be really funny if it weren't so embarrassing. A PM who'll literally say ANYTHING that comes to his mind can't possibly be trusted with our national security https://t.co/pmoGNQQtHi — Asaduddin Owaisi (@asadowaisi) May 12, 2019 Ahem... iPad in 1990, a digital camera in 1987. Does Modi live in the same dimension as us? — Akshay Bhalla (@Bhallanator) May 13, 2019 I went to the US in 1993. AOL was the dominant player. It started as an internet service provider in early 90s. We used to go to university to use email (DOS based). 1988? This is so embarrassing for India. #Feku https://t.co/KQfdYGGmmG — Salman Anees Soz (@SalmanSoz) May 12, 2019 Internet in India in 1995 and digital camera in 1990 but Modi hai to 1988 mein bhi email pe digital photo transfer mumkin hai. https://t.co/C1BV00VLzp — Panini Anand (@paninianand) May 12, 2019 “The first commercial production digital camera went on sale in 1990.” The first commercial production digital camera went on sale in 1990. In 1987, Modi had a digital camera. Surely must have been this prototype. pic.twitter.com/H7b8FMclha — Divider Preð¤ Verde â (@PresidentVerde) May 13, 2019
  17. The entire country is in epic fervour as the ongoing elections are taking a bizarre toll on various discussions and debates about the next government, and our celebrities are no less when it comes to talking politics, that's for sure. Some of them have even joined political parties to help certain parties win seats. Although the difference in opinion about political parties and candidates do lead to trolling of celebrities, but that's a part and parcel of life. © Pintrest Recently though, things spiralled out of control when a man posted a video of actress Swara Bhaskar's 'epic beizzati'. Yup, that's what he called the video when he posted a short clip posing with her and saying 'Ayega toh Modi hi'. Take a look: Epic beizzati @ReallySwara ð­ð pic.twitter.com/pagmSKMhbU — Mikkuð¼(@effucktivehumor) 8 May 2019 Swara Bhaskar re-tweeted the man's video saying he was posing for a picture with her and she obliged, but he secretly took a video instead! Which is seemingly, really wrong! A guy asks for a selfie @ airport; I oblige 'coz I don't discriminate people who want selfies based on their politics. He sneakily shoots a video. Tacky & underhand tactics r trademarks of bhakts. I'm unsurprised. But always glad 2 make bhakts feel like their lives are worthwhile https://t.co/bKyFEOKZQh — Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) 8 May 2019 © Indiatimes We're glad she clarified the situation and the fact that the man tricked her into recording a video and putting his agenda right there, where it was not needed. Swara has campaigned for CPI(M)'s Kanhaiya Kumar in the past and also for AAP, recently. She's been trolled for her political opinions and support to political parties but what this man did was absolutely unethical and wrong and we're glad Swara gave him a befitting response.
  18. Was 'PM Narendra Modi' a film made for serving any sort of propaganda? Or was it just a subject that filmmaker Omung Kumar felt was necessary to be told to the audience? Well, Vivek Oberoi's upcoming film, 'PM Narendra Modi', was surrounded by such questions and many pointed fingers at the whole idea of releasing the film just before the elections. The trumpet was blown, the trailer was out and the big launch was done. The trailer was taken off from YouTube after the screening of the film was stalled by the Election Commission. The movie was initially scheduled to release on April 11. The cast and crew were all devastated after the order was passed that the film will NOT release on the day it was supposed to be. On Friday, there came a sigh of relief for the producers and the whole team. It was announced that it is finally set to release on May 24, a day after the counting of votes of Lok Sabha polls. MensXP got in touch with Vivek Oberoi's father and one of the producers of the movie 'PM Narendra Modi', Suresh Oberoi, to know his reaction on this happy news and if they are planning to show the movie to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the movie is about his life and struggles - from a 'chaiwala' to India's PM. When we asked Suresh Oberoi about his reaction to the happy announcement, he said, "I am happy that the film is releasing. Yes, we were upset that the film had been banned but we have no complaints at all from the Election Commission. I am just glad that everything is sorted and there are no hassles. We have made this film with full dedication and I would say that my son Vivek has done a great job in it. When we were shooting for the film, Vivek made sure that he took care of his crew members in all the difficult conditions." © Viral Bhayani Adding to it, the father said that he is extremely proud that his son has done a great job and is confident that the movie would work at the box office."I am very proud of him and I am sure the movie would do well at the box office because it has been made with all the right intentions. Vivek has worked hard for it and I believe people would appreciate the efforts that have gone into the making of the film," said Sr. Oberoi. Wondering if Modi himself has watched the movie or not? Well, we couldn't stop ourselves from asking that question. So we ended up asking Suresh Oberoi - Has PM Narendra Modi himself watched the film or are the producers planning for a special screening for him? © Viral Bhayani Answering our query, he said, "The film was banned, how could we show it to Modi ji? He is also busy with his work. Right now, we haven't given any thought to it as we are busy with locking down the screens with the distributors. I would be happy if there is a reaction from his end but as of now, there is no plan as we are busy with the technicalities." Well, this only the time will tell if Modi tweets about it. Suresh Oberoi has been a part of the industry for decades now and we wanted to talk about a few other things too. He was welcoming enough to talk about the serious topics that we divulged into. Many have raised issues over the years about CBFC not being liberal and that it doesn't let the filmmaker use freedom of expression in his craft. Sr. Oberoi is of a view that things are much better now compared to earlier when it wasn't that easy. "Let me tell you that CBFC is much liberal now. Earlier, actresses were not even allowed to take off their 'dupatta' or else CBFC would cut those scenes. Things are much better now in all the capacities. We have seen some other era altogether and now, the industry has evolved in a way where you have freedom of expression," said Oberoi. © Viral Bhayani Before ending the conversation, we asked him a very direct question - Many actors have complained that they should get more benefits of having the star status. On this, he gave us a very honest answer - "Why do people complain? I don't really understand. Back then, when we used to shoot for 15 to 16 hours, we had no vanity vans and we used to shoot under the scorching sun. I remember only Amitabh Bachchan, Poonam Dhillon, and a few others bought vanity vans. Now, everyone has vanity vans. Life has become less complicated and simpler. I recently did an ad shoot and there were vanity vans for every artist just outside the shooting venue. Everything, nowadays, is much better than the old days. For film-making, we have better equipment and cameras." He bid us goodbye promising that he will keep us posted about any sort of further developments.
  19. Was 'PM Narendra Modi' a film made for serving any sort of propaganda? Or was it just a subject that filmmaker Omung Kumar felt was necessary to be told to the audience? Well, Vivek Oberoi's upcoming film, 'PM Narendra Modi', was surrounded by such questions and many pointed fingers at the whole idea of releasing the film just before the elections. The trumpet was blown, the trailer was out and the big launch was done. The trailer was taken off from YouTube after the screening of the film was stalled by the Election Commission. The movie was initially scheduled to release on April 11. The cast and crew were all devastated after the order was passed that the film will NOT release on the day it was supposed to be. On Friday, there came a sigh of relief for the producers and the whole team. It was announced that it is finally set to release on May 24, a day after the counting of votes of Lok Sabha polls. MensXP got in touch with Vivek Oberoi's father and one of the producers of the movie 'PM Narendra Modi', Suresh Oberoi, to know his reaction on this happy news and if they are planning to show the movie to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the movie is about his life and struggles - from a 'chaiwala' to India's PM. When we asked Suresh Oberoi about his reaction to the happy announcement, he said, "I am happy that the film is releasing. Yes, we were upset that the film had been banned but we have no complaints at all from the Election Commission. I am just glad that everything is sorted and there are no hassles. We have made this film with full dedication and I would say that my son Vivek has done a great job in it. When we were shooting for the film, Vivek made sure that he took care of his crew members in all the difficult conditions." © Viral Bhayani Adding to it, the father said that he is extremely proud that his son has done a great job and is confident that the movie would work at the box office."I am very proud of him and I am sure the movie would do well at the box office because it has been made with all the right intentions. Vivek has worked hard for it and I believe people would appreciate the efforts that have gone into the making of the film," said Sr. Oberoi. Wondering if Modi himself has watched the movie or not? Well, we couldn't stop ourselves from asking that question. So we ended up asking Suresh Oberoi - Has PM Narendra Modi himself watched the film or are the producers planning for a special screening for him? © Viral Bhayani Answering our query, he said, "The film was banned, how could we show it to Modi ji? He is also busy with his work. Right now, we haven't given any thought to it as we are busy with locking down the screens with the distributors. I would be happy if there is a reaction from his end but as of now, there is no plan as we are busy with the technicalities." Well, this only the time will tell if Modi tweets about it. Suresh Oberoi has been a part of the industry for decades now and we wanted to talk about a few other things too. He was welcoming enough to talk about the serious topics that we divulged into. Many have raised issues over the years about CBFC not being liberal and that it doesn't let the filmmaker use freedom of expression in his craft. Sr. Oberoi is of a view that things are much better now compared to earlier when it wasn't that easy. "Let me tell you that CBFC is much liberal now. Earlier, actresses were not even allowed to take off their 'dupatta' or else CBFC would cut those scenes. Things are much better now in all the capacities. We have seen some other era altogether and now, the industry has evolved in a way where you have freedom of expression," said Oberoi. © Viral Bhayani Before ending the conversation, we asked him a very direct question - Many actors have complained that they should get more benefits of having the star status. On this, he gave us a very honest answer - "Why do people complain? I don't really understand. Back then, when we used to shoot for 15 to 16 hours, we had no vanity vans and we used to shoot under the scorching sun. I remember only Amitabh Bachchan, Poonam Dhillon, and a few others bought vanity vans. Now, everyone has vanity vans. Life has become less complicated and simpler. I recently did an ad shoot and there were vanity vans for every artist just outside the shooting venue. Everything, nowadays, is much better than the old days. For film-making, we have better equipment and cameras." He bid us goodbye promising that he will keep us posted about any sort of further developments.
  20. Jawed Habib is a name that needs no introduction. He is one of the finest hairstylists the nation (and the world) has ever seen. But, today, Habib needs a proper introduction because he isn't just a celebrity hairstylist anymore. Jawed Habib has now become a politician after he joined the Bharatiya Janata Patry (BJP) in New Delhi, on Monday. In case you haven't noticed the trend already, these days everyone is adding 'Chowkidaar' to their names, thanks to PM Modi's 'Mai Bhi Chowkidaar' campaign. © Twitter Taking a cue from the same, Habib said that he has now been promoted to the post of 'chowkidaar', of the country. He said, "Aaj tak main bus baalon ka chowkidaar tha, aaj main desh ka ho gya hoon." 'Baalon Ka Chowkidaar', now that's quite an analogy you've made there Mr Habib, and given how much people trust you with their hair, we can completely agree with you. © Twitter According to reports, he further added "I am happy to join the BJP as I have seen the changes brought in the country by Prime Minister Modi in the last five years. I think nobody should be ashamed of their background. When the Prime Minister is proud to state that he was a 'chaiwala' then why should I be ashamed of calling myself a 'nai' (barber)?" While Habib has just joined BJP, people on Twitter have already started imagining the possible changes that can come in the hairstyles of PM Modi and that of the other BJP leaders. We didn't want to laugh (honestly), but these memes are epic and the people behind them deserve an award for their bizzare imagination: After #JawedHabib Joins #BJP Today.. Hairdo ð by @JH_JawedHabib pic.twitter.com/s4bPuhPfWj — Chowkidar Abhi Langerð®ð³ (@langer_abbie) April 22, 2019 Mr. Jawed habib ke grandfather Mr. Nehru ke baal kate the, Jawed ji unke naati aur party ke vote katenge. https://t.co/PZvfS6bsWd — din bandhu (@bandhudin) April 23, 2019 The only time i had a terrible terrible haircut with layers screwed up was at #JawedHabib 's !!! What coincidence! Its like a camp that attracts the worst! — Ritambara (@Ritambara_d) April 23, 2019 So if Jawed Habib fights election, will he fight from CalCUTta? — Batty Stark (@MrBatty_) April 23, 2019 Effect of Jawed Habib joining BJP. pic.twitter.com/i8xtsKFPEz — chandan singh (@chandan644) April 23, 2019 Effect of Jawed Habib joining the BJP.. pic.twitter.com/1nRbtWnRnc — Rajesh Saxena (@RajeshS85334627) April 23, 2019 Instant effect of Chowkidar Jawed Habib on BJP camp. #Phase3#AyegaToModiHi #VotingRound3 #JawedHabib #gandhinagar pic.twitter.com/v4Ypzfv6nK — Sayani Sengupta (@SayaniSengupt15) April 23, 2019 Effect of Jawed Habib joining BJP ðððð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ pic.twitter.com/XF0FcvOgVD — Pronam Bharat (@BharatPronam) April 23, 2019 Effect of Jawed Habib joining BJP CC: @ jisne bhi edit kiya ho ye sab pic.twitter.com/IdrSEc4yGw — Rahul | राहà¥à¤² ð®ð³ (@RahulMishra5597) April 23, 2019 After #JawedHabib Joins #BJP Today.. Hairdo ð by @JH_JawedHabib pic.twitter.com/s4bPuhPfWj — Chowkidar Abhi Langerð®ð³ (@langer_abbie) April 22, 2019
  21. Voting is a fundamental right that every citizen deserves and should exercise as well. Believe it or not, but the entire nation's fate depends on the tiny mark of blue ink on your finger. Even our political leaders understand this, which is why they are busy with election campaigns and urging people to vote. Reuters PM Modi is also busy with the election campaign and almost a month ago, he had urged people (actors, cricketers and many prominent sports personalities) from all walks of life, to encourage their fans and followers to vote. In one of those tweets, PM Modi asked Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan and Karan Johar to "creatively ensure high voter awareness and participation in the coming elections." Now, actor Shah Rukh Khan has responded to PM Modi's message and came up with a rap song, 'Karo Matdan', requesting people to go and vote in the ongoing Lok Sabha 2019 elections. YouTube/ Red Chillies Entertainment The song is not only peppy, but also brings to surface a talent in SRK that we weren't aware of - rapping. He wrote, "PM sahib @narendramodi ne creativity ki liye bola tha. Main thoda late ho gaya video banane mein...aap mat hona Vote karne mein!!! 'Voting is not only our Right, it is our Power.' Please Use It. Thank u to @tanishkbagchi @abbyviral @parakramsinghr." PM sahib @narendramodi ne creativity ki liye bola tha. Main thoda late ho gaya video banane mein...aap mat hona Vote karne mein!!! 'Voting is not only our Right, it is our Power.' Please Use It. Thank u to @tanishkbagchi @abbyviral @parakramsinghr . https://t.co/9280i8BnK3 — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) April 22, 2019 PM Modi too replied to the song and called it a "fantastic effort." He wrote, "I am sure the people of India, especially first time voters will pay heed to your appeal and come out to vote in large numbers." Fantastic effort, @iamsrk! I am sure the people of India, especially first time voters will pay heed to your appeal and come out to vote in large numbers https://t.co/y2OLgrwOOS — Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 22, 2019 Honestly, after listening to this song, we can't wait for a rap face-off between SRK and the OG 'Gully Boy' Ranveer Singh.
  22. We certainly live in scary times and the fear doesn't let us hope for a time when everything will finally be at peace. The recent bomb blasts in Sri Lanka are a prime example of what I am talking about and it reeks of ineffable and unthinkable hate and radicalism. (c)Reuters On Easter Sunday, 8 violent bomb blasts at 3 churches and 3 luxury hotels killed and injured numerous people in the capital, Colombo. The death toll is still rising, currently at 160, while over 400 people have been injured. This attack has broken the lull after the civil war ended in 2009, in Sri Lanka. The three hotels that were bombed were Shangri-La Colombo, Kingsbury Hotel Colombo and the Cinnamon Grand Colombo. More than 50 were killed in the St. Sebastian Gothic-style Catholic Church in Katuwapitiya, north of Colombo, and 25 or more people were also killed in an attack in an evangelical church in Batticaloa in Eastern Province. 24 killed 200 injured in multiple blasts in churches and hotels in #SriLanka pic.twitter.com/2dcsDTkOE8 — Faizan ÙÛضا٠फà¥à¤à¤¾à¤¨ (@faizan_ul_haq) 21 April 2019 No immediate claims have been made or speculated yet regarding who led the attack. In a country which was at war internally, for two decades with Tamil separatists, till 2009 has seen a lot of bomb blasts in the past, and to be reminded of the same horror once again is nothing short of earth shattering and traumatic. (c)Reuters “I strongly condemn the cowardly attacks on our people today. I call upon all Sri Lankans during this tragic time to remain united and strong,” he said in a Tweet. “Please avoid propagating unverified reports and speculation. The government is taking immediate steps to contain this situation.” the Sri Lankan Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe released a statement earlier today. Indian politicians along with our President and Prime Minister also shared their thoughts on the attack on Twitter. Strongly condemn the horrific blasts in Sri Lanka. There is no place for such barbarism in our region. India stands in solidarity with the people of Sri Lanka. My thoughts are with the bereaved families and prayers with the injured. — Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 21 April 2019 People in Sri Lanka have come out in solidarity to help the victims in any way they can. Currently there are massive queues at the blood donation camp there and it's nothing short of overwhelming. Time to unite #SriLanka. Blood requested at the Colombo National Hospital and Batticaloa Hospital where several injured are being treated following the multiple blasts which shook #lka today. — Jamila (@Jamz5251) 21 April 2019 A resident by the name of Usman Ali told an international publication that everyone's intention is to help the victims right now. Overwhelming response at National Blood Centre. It's so overcrowded they cannot control the crowd. Currently they are sending back people who have come after taking down name, contact and blood group. Don't rush there now go leisurely as the crowd subsides #LKA pic.twitter.com/EAvYyr73kH — Usman Ali ð±ð° (@usmanali_la) 21 April 2019 Five #explosions reported in #SriLanka. Two explosions in St. Anthony's #Church in Kochchikade and #Negombo Katuwapitiya Church. Another explosion in Kingsbury Hotel and 3rd floor Shangri-La in Colombo. Another explosion reported in #Batticaloa. #lka @ShangriLaHotels pic.twitter.com/7jyOzlv8DH — Ashwin Hemmathagama (@AHemmathagama) 21 April 2019 Sushma Swaraj, the external affairs minister said India is keeping a close watch on the situation in Sri Lanka. Colombo - I am in constant touch with Indian High Commissioner in Colombo. We are keeping a close watch on the situation. @IndiainSL — Chowkidar Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) 21 April 2019 Extremely sad news from Sri Lanka on Easter. Enemies of humanity cannot be allowed to succeed in any part of the world and acts of terror should be condemned in strongest terms — Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) 21 April 2019 India condemns the terror attacks in Sri Lanka and offers its condolences to the people and government of the country. Such senseless violence, aimed at innocent people, has no place in civilised society. We stand in complete solidarity with Sri Lanka #PresidentKovind — President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) 21 April 2019 Strongly condemn the horrific terrorist attack in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday resulting in precious lives lost & hundreds injured. My profound condolences go to our Sri Lankan brethren. Pakistan stands in complete solidarity with Sri Lanka in their hour of grief. — Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) 21 April 2019 Saddened and shocked at the disturbing news coming in from Sri Lanka. All forms of violence are unacceptable. Easter is a Festival of Peace. My thoughts and prayers with the grieving families — Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) 21 April 2019 Easter Sunday bomb blasts in churches & hotels, killing many innocent people seems to be a well coordinated attempt to create murder,mayhem & anarchy.All those who cherish democracy,freedom & economic prosperity must unite now with nerves of steel to defeat this heinous attempt. — Mangala Samaraweera (@MangalaLK) 21 April 2019 The Indian High Commission Tweeted helpline numbers, in case a friend or a family member is in Colombo currently. Explosions have been reported in Colombo and Batticaloa today. We are closely monitoring the situation. Indian citizens in need of assistance or help and for seeking clarification may call the following numbers : +94777903082 +94112422788 +94112422789 — India in Sri Lanka (@IndiainSL) 21 April 2019 In addition to the numbers given below, Indian citizens in need of assistance or help and for seeking clarification may also call the following numbers +94777902082 +94772234176 — India in Sri Lanka (@IndiainSL) 21 April 2019 The live feed of @NewsfirstSL now reporting that 24 confirmed dead from the attacks this morning at the General Hospital. #lka #srilanka — Sanjana Hattotuwa (@sanjanah) 21 April 2019 We just wish and pray for the welfare of the people who went through such an atrocious time, seeping this trauma in every living second. It's hard to imagine what they'd be going through right now. All we hope for is the terrorist group behind this attack is caught and dealt with adequately and the country experiences peace in all its glory, soon.
  23. Before you start showering hate comments on us, let's make it clear - the title of 'Champion of the Earth' is not something we came up with. It was conferred to him by the UN in October 2018. Last week, the whole world was talking about PM Modi being honoured by UAE with the 'Order of Zayed', their highest civilian order. Fast forward to the present time and once again everyone is talking about PM Modi being honoured, only this time it's Russia. © Twitter PM Narendra Modi has now been awarded Russia's highest civilian award, 'Order of Saint Andrew the Apostle), for his exceptional efforts in promoting the special and privileged strategic partnership between the two nations. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the decree to award PM Modi with the same. President Putin signs the decree to award the Prime Minister of India @narendramodi the highest civilian award of the Russian Federation -"Order of Saint Andrew the Apostle"@PMOIndia @MEAIndia @IndianDiplomacy @KremlinRussia_E @PTI_News @mfa_russiahttps://t.co/WSogiFGcNf pic.twitter.com/gGwXnptvdZ — India in Russia (@IndEmbMoscow) April 12, 2019 PM Modi even took to Twitter to thank President Putin and the people of Russia for conferring this honour on him. He wrote, "Honoured to receive this prestigious award. I thank President Putin and the people of Russia. Foundations of India-Russia friendship are deep & the future of our partnership is bright. Extensive cooperation between our nations has led to extraordinary outcomes for our citizens." Honoured to receive this prestigious award. I thank President Putin and the people of Russia. Foundations of India-Russia friendship are deep & the future of our partnership is bright. Extensive cooperation between our nations has led to extraordinary outcomes for our citizens. https://t.co/4ppEC7ZAWe — Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 12, 2019 He wrote in another tweet, "President Putin remains a source of great strength for the India-Russia friendship. Under his visionary leadership, bilateral and multilateral cooperation between our nations has scaled new heights." President Putin remains a source of great strength for the India-Russia friendship. Under his visionary leadership, bilateral and multilateral cooperation between our nations has scaled new heights. — Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 12, 2019 Talking about the award, the 'Order of St Andrew the Apostle' is the highest and the oldest state order of Russia. It was first established in 1698, abolished during the Soviet Rule and later re-established in 1998.
  24. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was given the highest civilian honour in the UAE when he received the 'Zayed medal' for his efforts on boosting relations between the Emirates and India over the years. The medal was conferred upon PM Modi by Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi. © Twitter "We have historical and comprehensive strategic ties with India, reinforced by the pivotal role of my dear friend, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who gave these relations a big boost. In appreciation of his efforts, the UAE President grants him the Zayed Medal", Sheikh Zayed posted on his official Twitter account. تجÙعÙا باÙÙÙد رÙابط تارÙØ®ÙØ© ÙعÙاÙات استراتÙجÙØ© شاÙÙØ©Ø Ø¹Ø²Ø²Ùا اÙدÙر اÙÙØ­Ùر٠ÙصدÙÙ٠اÙعزÙز رئÙساÙÙزراء اÙÙÙد٠ÙارÙÙدرا ÙÙد٠اÙØ°Ù ÙÙØ­Ùا دÙعة ÙبÙرة.. ÙتÙدÙرا ÙجÙÙد٠ÙÙÙح٠رئÙس اÙدÙÙØ© ''Ùسا٠زاÙد'' .. Ùث٠بÙستÙب٠Ùاعد ÙجÙع اÙبÙدÙÙ Ùعزز٠اÙتÙاÙÙ ÙاÙتعاÙ٠اÙÙشترÙ. — ÙØ­Ùد ب٠زاÙد (@MohamedBinZayed) 4 April 2019 The Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces said PM Modi had played an important role in enhancing bilateral ties between India and UAE. He also went on to say that the historical relationship India shares with the UAE is being renewed and strengthened in preparation for the future. The Sheikh also praised the values that characterise Indian society in its diversity, especially tolerance, coexistence and respect. © Twitter This is a tremendous honour for the country and we congratulate PM Modi.
  25. A Prime Minister of a country would be a very busy person, no denying that. But, a lot of people are confused as to how a Prime Minister has the time to sell his own merch online. Yep, the 'Chowkidar' craze doesn't seem to be going anywhere since the 'Main Bhi Chowkidar' campaign was launched by PM Modi a little over a week ago. The phrase is literally everywhere and BJP supporters have even proudly put 'Chowkidar' in front of their name on Twitter, including our PM. But, a couple of days ago, BJP decided to take this campaign even further and start making T-shirts that say 'Main Bhi Chowkidar'. You know how when YouTubers get a little famous, they start their own merch line? Well, this is just like that and to keep the momentum of this movement going, T-shirts are out (which are orange, of course) and we'll probably see people everywhere wearing it now. Phir Ek Baar, NaMo Chowkidar! India is showing its support for NaMo Again with Main Bhi Chowkidar T-shirts! Get your own at https://t.co/6Czw3BXYBr or on the NaMo App at https://t.co/TQbP2KsOFF pic.twitter.com/ZKbfIFIehV — NaMo Merchandise (@namomerchandise) March 23, 2019 Can't believe PM Modi was just a YouTuber all along. The #MainBhiChowkidar programme on the 31st will look even better with the attractive merchandise! Have you ordered yours? https://t.co/HVgLzNyClq — Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 24, 2019 While thousands of people would actually buy this - and probably already have - this new merchandise did not sit well with a lot of people. Drawing flak for acting like a 'door to door salesman' instead of being the Prime Minister of a country, people did not hold back on Twitter. You are the Prime Minister of the worlds largest democracy, stop acting like a door to door salesman — ‏پربھا خاتÙÙ (@deepsealioness) March 25, 2019 Well. Five years ago our PM sold us dreams.He is now selling us T-shirts. — Sumanth Raman (@sumanthraman) March 25, 2019 Wow. In 2013-14 Modi sold dreams of cash deposit of Rs 15 lakh in each account, employment, corruption free good governance etc & now asking us all to turn chowkidars & buy his T-shirts/caps. He is a salesman wanting to be PM again. #BeCarefulhttps://t.co/a9mDOtW5Cc — Nagendar Sharma (@sharmanagendar) March 25, 2019 Umm. What an embarassment this PM is. Always in a salesman mode. — Chowkidar Chor Hai (@MehekF) March 25, 2019 Okay. à¤à¤ à¤à¥à¤à¤¿à¤¦à¤¾à¤° à¤à¥ salesman हà¥à¤! pic.twitter.com/Qn0Vj9Y6aN — Priyanka Chaturvedi (@priyankac19) March 25, 2019 In 2014 this man who sold a billion dreams is now busy selling merchandise. Modi - A man of misplaced priorities & opportunities ð¢#ChowkidaarNahiJawabdarChahiye #ChowkidarChorHai https://t.co/AHiNfi8Za9 — Vimal V J (@vina_agni) March 25, 2019 Honestly, don't know. Don't know of any other country whose Prime Minister sells tacky merchandise on Twitter. This man is a national embarrassment. https://t.co/GNp34X1SHS — Vidya (@VidyaKrishnan) March 24, 2019 Don't know of any other country whose Prime Minister sells tacky merchandise on Twitter. This man is a national embarrassment. https://t.co/GNp34X1SHS — Vidya (@VidyaKrishnan) March 24, 2019 Only Modiji could have seen his imminent electoral loss & decided to prevent it by...selling merchandise! After all the jobless youth, victims of DeMo & GST - Modi's ilaaj is to buy T-Shirts from him? Truly the first PM to have used his constitutional post to peddle T-Shirts https://t.co/KXSFDJ6nrF — Asaduddin Owaisi (@asadowaisi) March 25, 2019
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