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Narendra Modi

Born on September 17, 1950, in Mehsana, Gujarat, Narendra Damodardas Modi is an Indian politician filling in as the fourteenth and recent Prime Minister of India since the year 2014. He is the son of Heeraben Modi and Damodardas Mulchand Modi. As a youngster, Modi helped his dad sell tea and later bought z his shop. At eight years old, he started a long relationship with the association after the acquaintance with the RSS. Modi abandoned home after completing his school, in view of a arrange marriage which he disregarded. Modi went around various religious focuses in India for a long time. In 1969 or 1970, he moved to Ahmedabad after returning to Gujarat. In 1971, he joined full-timelaborer for the RSS. Amid the highly sensitive events in 1975, forced the country over, Modi compelled to remain in isolation. In 1985, the RSS allotted him to the BJP, and he filled in many positions inside the group chain of command until 2001, ascending to the position of general secretary. Modi became Chief Minister of Gujarat state in 2001, because of Keshubhai Patel's fizzling well-being and negative public image after the earthquake in Bhuj. Soon after, the legislative assembly chose Modi. His organization considered collusion in Gujarat riots of 2002, or generally condemned for its treatment of it, anyway a Supreme Court-named Special Investigation Team (SIT) found no proof to start indictment proceedings. His approaches as a boss clergyman, credited with empowering financial development, have gotten praise. His organization came under criticism for neglecting to enhance health, education indices and poverty in the state. Modi drove the BJP in the general election of 2014, which gave the group the huge share in the first run through of Lok Sabha, that party accomplished since 1984. Parliament chose Modi from Varanasi. After coming to power, Modi's organization attempted to raise outside direct funding in the expanded spending on a framework and decreased spending on human services, Indian economy, and social welfare programs. He endeavored to enhance effectiveness in the organization, and concentrated power by annulling the arranging commission and supplanting it with the NITI Aayog. He started a prominent sanitation war and canceled or debilitated natural and worked laws. Acknowledged for designing a political realignment towards conservative government issues, he remains a body of contention over his Hindu patriot convictions locally and globally. His involvement amid the Gujarat riots of 2002, referred to as proof of an exclusionary social agenda. Modi swore as India’s Prime Minister on 26 May 2014 at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. His first bureau comprised of 45 ministers, 25 less than the past United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government. Later, 21 new ministers added to the committee of clergymen in November of 2014. During his prevalence, India held the 100th position in the Ease of World Bank’s Doing Business ranking in 2018. After coming to power, Modi launched several policies for people such as Economic, Health and sanitation, Hindutva and education, Foreign, Defence and Environmental policies for the betterment of the nation. He received the title of the best Chief Minister in the nation, in a study led by India Today magazine in 2007. FDI magazine regarded him with 'FDI Personality of the Year' grant, the Asian Winner in 2009. Modi featured on the cover page of TIME's Asian release of March 2012 issue. He positioned at #15 on Forbes magazine's rundown of the 'World's Most Powerful People' in 2014. Modi ranked among Time magazine’s 'Time 100 most influential people in the world' in 2014. He gained as the second most-took after government official on Twitter and Facebook on the '30 most influential people on the internet' list discharged by Time magazine in 2015. Modi positioned fifth as "World's Greatest Leaders" on Fortune Magazine's first yearly rundown in 2015. A wax statue of Modi divulged at Madame Tussaud Wax Museum in London in 2016. He earned the highest civilian honors such as Saudi Arabia's Order of Abdulaziz Al Saud on 3 April of 2016, Afghanistan's State Order of Ghazi Amir Amanullah Khan on 4 June of 2016 and Palestine's Grand Collar of the State of Palestine on 10 February of 2018.

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Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi is a politician of India who is one of the members of the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the parliament. He is also the president of his party which is Indian national congress. He is also the member of the parliamentary standing committee. Besides these, he is the chairperson of Indian youth congress, the chairperson of national students union of India, the second highest ranked person of the Congress working group, trustee of Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, trustee of Rajiv Gandhi charitable trust and former general secretary of all India congress committee. Rahul was born on 19th June 1970 in New Delhi to Rajiv and Sonia Gandhi. He was their eldest child and has a sister Priyanka vadra. Rahul is the grandson of our former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and is the great-grandson of our first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. His sister Priyanka is married to Robert vadra. Rahul did his schooling from different schools because of security reasons. He went to St. Columbia's school in Delhi to the Doon school in Dehradun and later was taught at home. His did his graduation from St. Stephens College and Harvard University. After completing his first year, he shifted to Harvard then again from there he moved to Florida and did his graduation in arts from the Rollins College. For further studies, he did masters in philosophy from the trinity college in Cambridge. Before entering into politics, Rahul worked in London in a management consulting firm, a monitor group. Later on, he worked as a director in a technology outsourcing firm, backup’s services private limited based in Mumbai. Rahul made his entry into the politics in 2004 and won his father's Lok Sabha seat representing Amethi, Uttar Pradesh. In 2007, he was elected to be the general secretary of his party which position was prior held by his father and great-grandfather. In 2013, he had been chosen as the vice president of his party. Rahul had participated in the Indian general elections as a contestant in 2014 representing Amethi. He held the seat of Amethi by defeating his rival Smriti Irani, a member of another political party BJP. He went on leading the election campaign, but it was for the first time that Congress suffered such a loss. It gave its worst performance in the leadership of Rahul and could bag only 44 seats in comparison to 206 seats won in the previous general elections. After this defeat, Rahul decided to resign.

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