Who Wears The Crown?

Narendra-Modi-Vs-Rahul-Gandhi

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  • timbuk2

    Secularity is the state of being free from religious or spiritual qualities. For instance, eating a meal, playing a game, or bathing are examples of secular activities, because there is nothing inherently religious about them.

    You are just opinionated, and that’s fine! But, do not try to mislead the one’s who are reading this! Nothing else matters! Youth of India have the ability to decide what is good for them! you don’t have to spoon feed!

  • Sai

    Secularists are the biggest bigots. Just imagine if some Hindus insisted a Muslim person to wear Tilak on his forehead to prove them that he is secular, what would be the reaction these so-called secularists who taunted Modi for not wearing skull-cap? They will definitely howl over Hindus calling them fascists, communalists etc. But why can’t they say the same thing when muslims insisted Modi to wear a skull cap as a sign of secularism? One more thing, Suppose if a muslim competes for the post of PM along with Modi, will this ‘secular’ journalist post some pictures saying “Who wears Raj Tilak”?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Arun-Kumar-Saxena/100002541830588 Arun Kumar Saxena

    WEARING DIFFERENT HATS AND TRIBAL HEAD GEARS, WILL NOT ATTRACT VOTES.

    THESE ARE MODERN TIMES.

    WIGS ARE IN FASHION.
    LET OUR LEADERS INDULGE IN MODERN GADGETS.
    GIMMICKS, GIMMICKS,GIMMICKS…AND MORE GIMMICKS.
    THE PUBLIC IS SICK OF THIS TAMAASHA BY THE IN-EXPERIENCED,IMMATURE AND IMPULSIVE BRAT CALLED RAHUL GANDHI.

    A K SAXENA ( A retired civil servant)
    http://www.aksaxena.co.in
    blog.aksaxena.co.in

  • NewFangled

    Guys, seriously, The Unreal Times and Faking News are way better than you at this stuff. Better concentrate on your core competencies. Off course, this is completely free ki advise :))

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