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Posted: 12 April 2014 at 4:57am | IP Logged
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Today @ 10: PM ... NaMo will be at Aapki Ki Adalat with Rajat Sharma ! Lots of fire expecting !

Funny part is that Headlines Today has managed a scripted interview with Pappu, telecast time is same ! LOL


Edited by ScorpionGunner - 12 April 2014 at 9:58pm

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Posted: 12 April 2014 at 11:14am | IP Logged
Twitter has totally erupted! Loads of positive reactions from Modi's India TV interview so far. Hope it's out on YT soon!

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Posted: 12 April 2014 at 11:43am | IP Logged
Take a bow , whoever is leading Modi's marketing campaign . Doubt anybody has played social media so brilliantly like this man. 
Also, we may debate on Modi, but have to credit him for being so prepared and forthcoming. Never seen an Indian politician prep so well and execute even better before elections. Single-handed winning it for BJP. 

Rahul remains in the sidelines, there is no light in his tunnel. If Cong wants to survive the tide , they need to ditch the Gandhi family and let the other new young guns take control. what a contrived and yawn-inducing interview .

& for all the Hitler comparisons - you just don't know Indian politics.


Edited by charminggenie - 12 April 2014 at 11:53am

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Posted: 12 April 2014 at 11:59am | IP Logged
Originally posted by charminggenie

Take a bow , whoever is leading Modi's marketing campaign . Doubt anybody has played social media so brilliantly like this man. 
Also, we may debate on Modi, but have to credit him for being so prepared and forthcoming. Never seen an Indian politician prep so well and execute even better before elections. Single-handed winning it for BJP. 

Rahul remains in the sidelines, there is no light in his tunnel. If Cong wants to survive the tide , they need to ditch the Gandhi family and let the other new young guns take control. what a contrived and yawn-inducing interview .

& for all the Hitler comparisons - you just don't know Indian politics.

Bold: APCO. LOL

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Posted: 12 April 2014 at 12:04pm | IP Logged
Genie: While all the reaction in the social media bodes well for Modi, I've a niggling doubt about the rural areas. The TOI had reported earlier this week that villages in the UP were mostly going along with the SP and Congress, especially the village elders. Methinks the Modi wave is centred too much on the urban milieu, you agree? 

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Posted: 12 April 2014 at 12:13pm | IP Logged
I had similar doubts about him being too urban centric , also his constant development chant , had an Indian Shining hangover. But with his excellent marketing skills he has manged to remain the conversation topic in almost every household. Whether one agrees with him or not , he has managed to make this election a personality based, and where he is trumping everyone. 
UP for the past 10-12 years have seen a dwindling BJP but this time around it is emerging out to be a much stronger party. I  think Modi is being smart with UP, he is targeting those pockets which would buy his anti-corruption, development slogan especially close on the heels of SP govt's failures . The minority belt was never his but I have a feeling he is cutting out votes for both SP and Cong, considering the recent riots and idiotic SP statements.  A decent 30 seats in UP would be great for him. 

The thing is even the rural base doesn't seem to have any option, Cong is just not able to sell Brand Rahul to them. 
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Posted: 12 April 2014 at 12:19pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by krystal_watz

Originally posted by charminggenie

Take a bow , whoever is leading Modi's marketing campaign . Doubt anybody has played social media so brilliantly like this man. 
Also, we may debate on Modi, but have to credit him for being so prepared and forthcoming. Never seen an Indian politician prep so well and execute even better before elections. Single-handed winning it for BJP. 

Rahul remains in the sidelines, there is no light in his tunnel. If Cong wants to survive the tide , they need to ditch the Gandhi family and let the other new young guns take control. what a contrived and yawn-inducing interview .

& for all the Hitler comparisons - you just don't know Indian politics.

Bold: APCO. LOL

No wonder , its Modi wave everywhere. These guys are super pros, if they can sell Iraq War for Tony , they can do anything. They really no politics well, considering most  of the clients are governments. Good hire, Mr. Modi.

But then you need someone like Modi to build the campaign around, else there will be RaGa.
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Posted: 12 April 2014 at 12:37pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by charminggenie

I had similar doubts about him being too urban centric , also his constant development chant , had an Indian Shining hangover. But with his excellent marketing skills he has manged to remain the conversation topic in almost every household. Whether one agrees with him or not , he has managed to make this election a personality based, and where he is trumping everyone. 
UP for the past 10-12 years have seen a dwindling BJP but this time around it is emerging out to be a much stronger party. I  think Modi is being smart with UP, he is targeting those pockets which would buy his anti-corruption, development slogan especially close on the heels of SP govt's failures . The minority belt was never his but I have a feeling he is cutting out votes for both SP and Cong, considering the recent riots and idiotic SP statements.  A decent 30 seats in UP would be great for him. 

The thing is even the rural base doesn't seem to have any option, Cong is just not able to sell Brand Rahul to them. 

Many people opine that the indirect soft Hindutva he's subtly projecting in Varanasi, is targetted towards the rural voter. Basically, anti-Congress/SP and Hindu Unity for villages, Development and Social Media drive for cities/suburbs. That's the way he seems to have designed his campaign.

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