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1. BJP defeated Congress everywhere, says PM Narendra Modi addressing Belgaum Chikodi rally

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BJP defeated Congress everywhere, says PM Narendra Modi addressing  Belgaum Chikodi rally

PM Narendra Modi addressing rally in Belgaum Chikodi


2. Narendra Modi lashed out at Sharif and Rahul for humiliating Manmohan Singh

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Narendra Modi lashed out at Sharif and Rahul for humiliating Manmohan Singh

Nawaz Sharif's alleged comment, describing his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh as a 'dehati aurat' resulted in a major political controversy. Addressing a rally in the capital, Modi said there cannot be a bigger insult for our country than the Pakistan PM calling Singh a dehati aurat. Unlike other usual off-days when most people choose to sit and enjoy the day with friends and family watching TV, travelling and visiting relatives after a long week, Sunday witnessed swarms of people gather at the Japanese Park in Rohini. Scores were, meanwhile, glued to their television sets to hear Narendra Modi's speech. On the massive stage, 80 by 40 feet, Mr Modi in white kurta pyjama, is flanked by leaders like Niitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Sindu in pink turban regaling the crowds with Sidhuisms. Before he landed at the ground, Mr Modi tweeted, "Wonderful to be in Delhi to join the BJP Vikas Rally." The BJP has invited envoys of about 80 countries and says 35 have confirmed attendance in an effort to project what the party says is the Gujarat Chief Minister's global appeal and acceptability, after years of being boycotted by many countries over the 2002 communal riots in his state. The BJP has its hopes pinned on the Narendra Modi factor to tilt the November elections in Delhi its favour. It is widely seen as tied in a neck and neck race with the Congress in the national capital this time. The party was trounced by the Congress's Sheila Dikshit in the last three elections in Delhi. Addressing the rally, the BJP's Vijay Kumar Malhotra said with a straight face, "I challenge Shiela Dikshit, who is old enough to be my grandmother, for a public debate on whether people in Delhi are happy with her or not." Ms Dikshit is 75; Mr Malhotra, 81. A sophisticated sound system and giant LED screens have been installed at the ground. For maximum coverage of the event, screens have also been installed at several places in the city that will broadcast Mr Modi's speech live. There is tight security, with dozens of CCTV cameras and hundreds of private security guards keeping an eye on the massive crowds. Also 3,000 policemen and paramilitary personnel have been deployed at the venue. The Delhi Metro will run extra trains and feeder buses as it anticipates a huge rush. Citizens of India are so fed up with corruption, indiscipline, sinking economy, and scams that afflict our country, Modi's speech came as a balm to the entire nation. People of India represent a fully pressurised and coiled-up spring; their resistance and tolerance is nearing its end. Pushed just a bit too far, and they will uncoil and strike back. Modi has ignited the spirit to fight back for their rights, for their dignity; they are charged up because they feel hopeful; it is Modi who has given them hope of good governance, better lives and a disciplined, systematised approach to policy making and implementation. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]


3. BJP free of 'corruption': PM Modi (Part 1)

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BJP free of 'corruption': PM Modi (Part 1)

Belgaum (Karnataka), Feb 27 (ANI): While addressing the Kisan Rally in Karnataka's Belgaum on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the entire country was suffering because of corruption before the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power but every pointing finger gradually went down with course of time. "Even the Opposition couldn't make any allegation of corruption against the BJP," Prime Minister Modi said. He said that even in times of economic crisis, India's growth rate is very high. "The entire world is saying that India is only ray of hope in these times," he said. The Prime Minister further concluded by saying that with the launch of 'Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sichai Yojna', agriculture sector will be boosted. He said that if the three sectors namely agriculture, manufacturing and industrial are promoted then any crisis could be overcome.


4. BJP free of ‘corruption’: PM Modi (Part 2)

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BJP free of ‘corruption’: PM Modi (Part 2)

Belgaum (Karnataka), Feb 27 (ANI): While addressing the Kisan Rally in Karnataka's Belgaum on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the entire country was suffering because of corruption before the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power but every pointing finger gradually went down with course of time. "Even the Opposition couldn’t make any allegation of corruption against the BJP," Prime Minister Modi said. He said that even in times of economic crisis, India's growth rate is very high. "The entire world is saying that India is only ray of hope in these times," he said. The Prime Minister further concluded by saying that with the launch of ‘Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sichai Yojna’, agriculture sector will be boosted. He said that if the three sectors namely agriculture, manufacturing and industrial are promoted then any crisis could be overcome.


5. Mayawati का डर आया सामने, Lok Sabha elections को लेकर दिया बड़ा बयान । वनइंडिया हिंदी

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Mayawati का डर आया सामने, Lok Sabha elections को लेकर दिया बड़ा बयान । वनइंडिया हिंदी

Victory of BSP in Gorakhpur and Phulpur has started increasing sharply. Mayawati, while addressing a rally, termed the Narendra Modi government as a dictator of the Center. Along with this, Mayawati said that BJP can contest elections ahead of time in fear of defeat in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. In these things Mayawati has somewhere fearful गोरखपुर और फूलपुर में जीत के बात बसपा के सुर तेज होने लगे है । मायावती ने एक रैली को संबोधित करते हुए कहा केंद्र की नरेंद्र मोदी सरकार को तानाशाह करार दिया । साथ ही मायावती ने कहा कि बीजेपी 2019 लोकसभा चुनवों में हार के डर से समय से पहले ही चुनाव करा सकती है । मायावती की इन बातों में कहीं न कहीं उन्हीं का डर साफ छलकता हुआ दिखाई दिया


6. PM Modi failed in making cordial relations with Pak: Former PM Manmohan Singh

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PM Modi failed in making cordial relations with Pak: Former PM Manmohan Singh

Guwahati, Apr 06 (ANI): Addressing a rally in Guwahati (Assam), former prime minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday said that the Centre has miserably failed in fulfilling promises made to the people of India. He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi led- Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Government has also failed in making cordial relations with Pakistan. He added that if given a chance again to govern the state, the Congress will work for the betterment of farmers.


7. Top 3 Political Stories of the Day

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Top 3 Political Stories of the Day

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has decided against delivering the commencement address at Rutgers University following protests by some faculty and students over her role in the Iraq War. Rice said in a statement Saturday that she informed Rutgers President Robert Barchi that she was declining the invitation. But some students and faculty had protested, staging sit-ins and saying Rice bore some responsibility for the Iraq War as a member of the Bush administration. A day after BJP president Rajnath Singh held out the olive branch to her, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee Saturday ruled out any alliance with the right wing party. Banerjee said,"Some parties want to incite riots in Bengal and divide people, based on religion and language. People of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar who live in Bengal are as much part of the state as any Bengali-speaking person. Banerjee said while addressing a Lok Sabha election rally at Shyambazar in north Kolkata,"We do not play politics of division. We care for people irrespective of their religion, caste or creed. We will never, ever have an alliance with the BJP." Omar Abdullah said there seems to be a connection between Narendra Modi's recent speech criticizing Bangladeshi immigrants in India and the unprovoked killing of Muslims in Assam. Responding to a question on the violence in Assam, the chief minister, without naming Modi, attacked him in his speech saying that if he comes to power then he will initiate action against illegal Bangladeshis residing in this part of the country and pack them off.


8. The Newshour Debate: Gujarat stepping stone for 2014?

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The Newshour  Debate: Gujarat stepping stone for 2014?

In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- P C Chacko, MP, Lok Sabha, Congress; Meenakshi Lekhi, Mahila Morcha Natl VP, BJP; and Devesh Chandra Thakur, Leader, JD(U) -- discuss the issue of whether Rahul Gandhi avoids stepping forward if the BJP aggressively pushed Narendra Modi as its PM choice by early 2013. Close on the heels of BJP leader Sushma Swaraj describing Narendra Modi "fit" for the Prime Minister's post, the Gujarat Chief Minister came in for praise from L K Advani who said he is a "role model" of development and asked other states to imitate him. "Modi is undertaking great development work in Gujarat. He is a role model for chief ministers of other states on how to rule, govern and take care of even the poorest," he said addressing election rallies at Kalol and Mansa in Gandhinagar district in the run up to the Gujarat Assembly polls on December 13 and 17. Advani's praise of Modi comes days after Swaraj and BJP leader Gopinath Munde described him "fit" for the prime minister's post. "Narendra Modi is capable of becoming the prime minister of the country... he is fit for it," Swaraj had said on Saturday (Dec 1). Arun Jaitley, another senior party leader, had said that BJP is proud of the fact it had a leader like Modi and he is so popular and a "successful CM" that it is "natural" the party will keep his name "ahead" in the prime ministerial aspirants.


9. Rahul Gandhi promises cold storage facility, insurance to farmers in Assam

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Rahul Gandhi promises cold storage facility, insurance to farmers in Assam

Kamalpur (Assam), Apr 08 (ANI): Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Friday promised cold storage facility and insurance to famers if voted to power in Assam. Rahul, who was addressing a rally in Kamalpur, attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for sidelining the common people and benefitting the money garnered from the decrease in petrol prices to his three-four corporate friends. Rahul accused BJP of creating unrest among people during their tenure, adding that no development can take place without peace.


10. Smriti is my younger sister: Modi to Priyanka

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Smriti is my younger sister: Modi to Priyanka

Narendra Modi today (May 5) took a swipe at Priyanka Gandhi for her Smriti Irani "who" comment, saying this was a reflection of "arrogance" and asserted that she was his "younger sister" and "representative" who knows much more about Amethi than the entire Gandhi family. Addressing a rally in the Gandhi family bastion in Amethi, Modi said, "One of their (Congress) leaders even asked who is Smriti Irani? In democracy the royals do not have the right to ask such questions. This is nothing, but arrogance. When arrogance grows, people tend to lose their sense and they ask such questions." He went on to add, "I want to tell who is Smriti Irani. She is my younger sister and she will take care of your welfare and development." Yesterday when Priyanka was asked about the attacks against Congress by BJP candidate Smriti Irani, she asked, "Who"? When the reporter repeated, "Smriti Irani," she said grinning,"Oh".


11. Narendra Modi lashed out at Nawaz Sharif for 'insulting' PM

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Narendra Modi lashed out at Nawaz Sharif for 'insulting' PM

BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi hit out at Nawaz Sharif for his reported 'dehati aurat' barb at Manmohan Singh. Unlike other usual off-days when most people choose to sit and enjoy the day with friends and family watching TV, travelling and visiting relatives after a long week, Sunday witnessed swarms of people gather at the Japanese Park in Rohini. Scores were, meanwhile, glued to their television sets to hear Narendra Modi's speech. On the massive stage, 80 by 40 feet, Mr Modi in white kurta pyjama, is flanked by leaders like Niitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Sindu in pink turban regaling the crowds with Sidhuisms. Before he landed at the ground, Mr Modi tweeted, "Wonderful to be in Delhi to join the BJP Vikas Rally." The BJP has invited envoys of about 80 countries and says 35 have confirmed attendance in an effort to project what the party says is the Gujarat Chief Minister's global appeal and acceptability, after years of being boycotted by many countries over the 2002 communal riots in his state. The BJP has its hopes pinned on the Narendra Modi factor to tilt the November elections in Delhi its favour. It is widely seen as tied in a neck and neck race with the Congress in the national capital this time. The party was trounced by the Congress's Sheila Dikshit in the last three elections in Delhi. Addressing the rally, the BJP's Vijay Kumar Malhotra said with a straight face, "I challenge Shiela Dikshit, who is old enough to be my grandmother, for a public debate on whether people in Delhi are happy with her or not." Ms Dikshit is 75; Mr Malhotra, 81. A sophisticated sound system and giant LED screens have been installed at the ground. For maximum coverage of the event, screens have also been installed at several places in the city that will broadcast Mr Modi's speech live. There is tight security, with dozens of CCTV cameras and hundreds of private security guards keeping an eye on the massive crowds. Also 3,000 policemen and paramilitary personnel have been deployed at the venue. The Delhi Metro will run extra trains and feeder buses as it anticipates a huge rush. Citizens of India are so fed up with corruption, indiscipline, sinking economy, and scams that afflict our country, Modi's speech came as a balm to the entire nation. People of India represent a fully pressurised and coiled-up spring; their resistance and tolerance is nearing its end. Pushed just a bit too far, and they will uncoil and strike back. Modi has ignited the spirit to fight back for their rights, for their dignity; they are charged up because they feel hopeful; it is Modi who has given them hope of good governance, better lives and a disciplined, systematised approach to policy making and implementation. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]


12. Narendra Modi protected by Gujarat Z Plus Black Cat security, as security threat is high

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Narendra Modi protected by Gujarat Z Plus Black Cat security, as security threat is high

Some ungodlies are after NaMo and don't want him to rise to power in 2014. His security cover works round the clock to ensure his safety and perhaps that of India's future...? Unlike other usual off-days when most people choose to sit and enjoy the day with friends and family watching TV, travelling and visiting relatives after a long week, Sunday witnessed swarms of people gather at the Japanese Park in Rohini. Scores were, meanwhile, glued to their television sets to hear Narendra Modi's speech. On the massive stage, 80 by 40 feet, Mr Modi in white kurta pyjama, is flanked by leaders like Niitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Sindu in pink turban regaling the crowds with Sidhuisms. Before he landed at the ground, Mr Modi tweeted, "Wonderful to be in Delhi to join the BJP Vikas Rally." The BJP has invited envoys of about 80 countries and says 35 have confirmed attendance in an effort to project what the party says is the Gujarat Chief Minister's global appeal and acceptability, after years of being boycotted by many countries over the 2002 communal riots in his state. The BJP has its hopes pinned on the Narendra Modi factor to tilt the November elections in Delhi its favour. It is widely seen as tied in a neck and neck race with the Congress in the national capital this time. The party was trounced by the Congress's Sheila Dikshit in the last three elections in Delhi. Addressing the rally, the BJP's Vijay Kumar Malhotra said with a straight face, "I challenge Shiela Dikshit, who is old enough to be my grandmother, for a public debate on whether people in Delhi are happy with her or not." Ms Dikshit is 75; Mr Malhotra, 81. A sophisticated sound system and giant LED screens have been installed at the ground. For maximum coverage of the event, screens have also been installed at several places in the city that will broadcast Mr Modi's speech live. There is tight security, with dozens of CCTV cameras and hundreds of private security guards keeping an eye on the massive crowds. Also 3,000 policemen and paramilitary personnel have been deployed at the venue. The Delhi Metro will run extra trains and feeder buses as it anticipates a huge rush. Citizens of India are so fed up with corruption, indiscipline, sinking economy, and scams that afflict our country, Modi's speech came as a balm to the entire nation. People of India represent a fully pressurised and coiled-up spring; their resistance and tolerance is nearing its end. Pushed just a bit too far, and they will uncoil and strike back. Modi has ignited the spirit to fight back for their rights, for their dignity; they are charged up because they feel hopeful; it is Modi who has given them hope of good governance, better lives and a disciplined, systematised approach to policy making and implementation. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]


13. Mamta didi is contesting elections against EC PM Modi

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Mamta didi is contesting elections against EC PM Modi

Krishnanagar, Apr 17 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is not fighting elections against oppositions but with the Election Commission. Addressing a rally in poll-bound West Bengal, PM Modi said the Trinamool Congress has already accepted its defeat in the upcoming elections and as a result they are now fighting against the Election Commission.


14. BJP's Vikas Rally

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BJP's Vikas Rally

Unlike other usual off-days when most people choose to sit and enjoy the day with friends and family watching TV, travelling and visiting relatives after a long week, Sunday witnessed swarms of people gather at the Japanese Park in Rohini. Scores were, meanwhile, glued to their television sets to hear Narendra Modi's speech. On the massive stage, 80 by 40 feet, Mr Modi in white kurta pyjama, is flanked by leaders like Niitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Sindu in pink turban regaling the crowds with Sidhuisms. Before he landed at the ground, Mr Modi tweeted, "Wonderful to be in Delhi to join the BJP Vikas Rally." The BJP has invited envoys of about 80 countries and says 35 have confirmed attendance in an effort to project what the party says is the Gujarat Chief Minister's global appeal and acceptability, after years of being boycotted by many countries over the 2002 communal riots in his state. The BJP has its hopes pinned on the Narendra Modi factor to tilt the November elections in Delhi its favour. It is widely seen as tied in a neck and neck race with the Congress in the national capital this time. The party was trounced by the Congress's Sheila Dikshit in the last three elections in Delhi. Addressing the rally, the BJP's Vijay Kumar Malhotra said with a straight face, "I challenge Shiela Dikshit, who is old enough to be my grandmother, for a public debate on whether people in Delhi are happy with her or not." Ms Dikshit is 75; Mr Malhotra, 81. A sophisticated sound system and giant LED screens have been installed at the ground. For maximum coverage of the event, screens have also been installed at several places in the city that will broadcast Mr Modi's speech live. There is tight security, with dozens of CCTV cameras and hundreds of private security guards keeping an eye on the massive crowds. Also 3,000 policemen and paramilitary personnel have been deployed at the venue. The Delhi Metro will run extra trains and feeder buses as it anticipates a huge rush. Citizens of India are so fed up with corruption, indiscipline, sinking economy, and scams that afflict our country, Modi's speech came as a balm to the entire nation. People of India represent a fully pressurised and coiled-up spring; their resistance and tolerance is nearing its end. Pushed just a bit too far, and they will uncoil and strike back. Modi has ignited the spirit to fight back for their rights, for their dignity; they are charged up because they feel hopeful; it is Modi who has given them hope of good governance, better lives and a disciplined, systematised approach to policy making and implementation. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]


15. Massive crowd at Modi's Delhi rally

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Massive crowd at Modi's Delhi rally

Unlike other usual off-days when most people choose to sit and enjoy the day with friends and family watching TV, travelling and visiting relatives after a long week, Sunday witnessed swarms of people gather at the Japanese Park in Rohini. Scores were, meanwhile, glued to their television sets to hear Narendra Modi's speech. On the massive stage, 80 by 40 feet, Mr Modi in white kurta pyjama, is flanked by leaders like Niitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Sindu in pink turban regaling the crowds with Sidhuisms. Before he landed at the ground, Mr Modi tweeted, "Wonderful to be in Delhi to join the BJP Vikas Rally." The BJP has invited envoys of about 80 countries and says 35 have confirmed attendance in an effort to project what the party says is the Gujarat Chief Minister's global appeal and acceptability, after years of being boycotted by many countries over the 2002 communal riots in his state. The BJP has its hopes pinned on the Narendra Modi factor to tilt the November elections in Delhi its favour. It is widely seen as tied in a neck and neck race with the Congress in the national capital this time. The party was trounced by the Congress's Sheila Dikshit in the last three elections in Delhi. Addressing the rally, the BJP's Vijay Kumar Malhotra said with a straight face, "I challenge Shiela Dikshit, who is old enough to be my grandmother, for a public debate on whether people in Delhi are happy with her or not." Ms Dikshit is 75; Mr Malhotra, 81. A sophisticated sound system and giant LED screens have been installed at the ground. For maximum coverage of the event, screens have also been installed at several places in the city that will broadcast Mr Modi's speech live. There is tight security, with dozens of CCTV cameras and hundreds of private security guards keeping an eye on the massive crowds. Also 3,000 policemen and paramilitary personnel have been deployed at the venue. The Delhi Metro will run extra trains and feeder buses as it anticipates a huge rush. Citizens of India are so fed up with corruption, indiscipline, sinking economy, and scams that afflict our country, Modi's speech came as a balm to the entire nation. People of India represent a fully pressurised and coiled-up spring; their resistance and tolerance is nearing its end. Pushed just a bit too far, and they will uncoil and strike back. Modi has ignited the spirit to fight back for their rights, for their dignity; they are charged up because they feel hopeful; it is Modi who has given them hope of good governance, better lives and a disciplined, systematised approach to policy making and implementation. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]


16. Narendra Modi arrives on stage flanked by Nitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Siddhu

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Narendra Modi arrives on stage flanked by Nitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Siddhu

Unlike other usual off-days when most people choose to sit and enjoy the day with friends and family watching TV, travelling and visiting relatives after a long week, Sunday witnessed swarms of people gather at the Japanese Park in Rohini. Scores were, meanwhile, glued to their television sets to hear Narendra Modi's speech. On the massive stage, 80 by 40 feet, Mr Modi in white kurta pyjama, is flanked by leaders like Niitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Sindu in pink turban regaling the crowds with Sidhuisms. Before he landed at the ground, Mr Modi tweeted, "Wonderful to be in Delhi to join the BJP Vikas Rally." The BJP has invited envoys of about 80 countries and says 35 have confirmed attendance in an effort to project what the party says is the Gujarat Chief Minister's global appeal and acceptability, after years of being boycotted by many countries over the 2002 communal riots in his state. The BJP has its hopes pinned on the Narendra Modi factor to tilt the November elections in Delhi its favour. It is widely seen as tied in a neck and neck race with the Congress in the national capital this time. The party was trounced by the Congress's Sheila Dikshit in the last three elections in Delhi. Addressing the rally, the BJP's Vijay Kumar Malhotra said with a straight face, "I challenge Shiela Dikshit, who is old enough to be my grandmother, for a public debate on whether people in Delhi are happy with her or not." Ms Dikshit is 75; Mr Malhotra, 81. A sophisticated sound system and giant LED screens have been installed at the ground. For maximum coverage of the event, screens have also been installed at several places in the city that will broadcast Mr Modi's speech live. There is tight security, with dozens of CCTV cameras and hundreds of private security guards keeping an eye on the massive crowds. Also 3,000 policemen and paramilitary personnel have been deployed at the venue. The Delhi Metro will run extra trains and feeder buses as it anticipates a huge rush. Citizens of India are so fed up with corruption, indiscipline, sinking economy, and scams that afflict our country, Modi's speech came as a balm to the entire nation. People of India represent a fully pressurised and coiled-up spring; their resistance and tolerance is nearing its end. Pushed just a bit too far, and they will uncoil and strike back. Modi has ignited the spirit to fight back for their rights, for their dignity; they are charged up because they feel hopeful; it is Modi who has given them hope of good governance, better lives and a disciplined, systematised approach to policy making and implementation. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]


17. Narendra Modi enchants the Indian masses

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Narendra Modi enchants the Indian masses

Unlike other usual off-days when most people choose to sit and enjoy the day with friends and family watching TV, travelling and visiting relatives after a long week, Sunday witnessed swarms of people gather at the Japanese Park in Rohini. Scores were, meanwhile, glued to their television sets to hear Narendra Modi's speech. On the massive stage, 80 by 40 feet, Mr Modi in white kurta pyjama, is flanked by leaders like Niitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Sindu in pink turban regaling the crowds with Sidhuisms. Before he landed at the ground, Mr Modi tweeted, "Wonderful to be in Delhi to join the BJP Vikas Rally." The BJP has invited envoys of about 80 countries and says 35 have confirmed attendance in an effort to project what the party says is the Gujarat Chief Minister's global appeal and acceptability, after years of being boycotted by many countries over the 2002 communal riots in his state. The BJP has its hopes pinned on the Narendra Modi factor to tilt the November elections in Delhi its favour. It is widely seen as tied in a neck and neck race with the Congress in the national capital this time. The party was trounced by the Congress's Sheila Dikshit in the last three elections in Delhi. Addressing the rally, the BJP's Vijay Kumar Malhotra said with a straight face, "I challenge Shiela Dikshit, who is old enough to be my grandmother, for a public debate on whether people in Delhi are happy with her or not." Ms Dikshit is 75; Mr Malhotra, 81. A sophisticated sound system and giant LED screens have been installed at the ground. For maximum coverage of the event, screens have also been installed at several places in the city that will broadcast Mr Modi's speech live. There is tight security, with dozens of CCTV cameras and hundreds of private security guards keeping an eye on the massive crowds. Also 3,000 policemen and paramilitary personnel have been deployed at the venue. The Delhi Metro will run extra trains and feeder buses as it anticipates a huge rush. Citizens of India are so fed up with corruption, indiscipline, sinking economy, and scams that afflict our country, Modi's speech came as a balm to the entire nation. People of India represent a fully pressurised and coiled-up spring; their resistance and tolerance is nearing its end. Pushed just a bit too far, and they will uncoil and strike back. Modi has ignited the spirit to fight back for their rights, for their dignity; they are charged up because they feel hopeful; it is Modi who has given them hope of good governance, better lives and a disciplined, systematised approach to policy making and implementation. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]


18. BJP's Top functionaries at Modi's Delhi Rally

  • Duration: 121
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BJP's Top functionaries at Modi's Delhi Rally

BJP's Top functionaries at Modi's Delhi Rally - Navjot Singh Sidhu, VK Malhotra, Nitin Gadkari and Vijay Goel Unlike other usual off-days when most people choose to sit and enjoy the day with friends and family watching TV, travelling and visiting relatives after a long week, Sunday witnessed swarms of people gather at the Japanese Park in Rohini. Scores were, meanwhile, glued to their television sets to hear Narendra Modi's speech. On the massive stage, 80 by 40 feet, Mr Modi in white kurta pyjama, is flanked by leaders like Niitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Sindu in pink turban regaling the crowds with Sidhuisms. Before he landed at the ground, Mr Modi tweeted, "Wonderful to be in Delhi to join the BJP Vikas Rally." The BJP has invited envoys of about 80 countries and says 35 have confirmed attendance in an effort to project what the party says is the Gujarat Chief Minister's global appeal and acceptability, after years of being boycotted by many countries over the 2002 communal riots in his state. The BJP has its hopes pinned on the Narendra Modi factor to tilt the November elections in Delhi its favour. It is widely seen as tied in a neck and neck race with the Congress in the national capital this time. The party was trounced by the Congress's Sheila Dikshit in the last three elections in Delhi. Addressing the rally, the BJP's Vijay Kumar Malhotra said with a straight face, "I challenge Shiela Dikshit, who is old enough to be my grandmother, for a public debate on whether people in Delhi are happy with her or not." Ms Dikshit is 75; Mr Malhotra, 81. A sophisticated sound system and giant LED screens have been installed at the ground. For maximum coverage of the event, screens have also been installed at several places in the city that will broadcast Mr Modi's speech live. There is tight security, with dozens of CCTV cameras and hundreds of private security guards keeping an eye on the massive crowds. Also 3,000 policemen and paramilitary personnel have been deployed at the venue. The Delhi Metro will run extra trains and feeder buses as it anticipates a huge rush. Citizens of India are so fed up with corruption, indiscipline, sinking economy, and scams that afflict our country, Modi's speech came as a balm to the entire nation. People of India represent a fully pressurised and coiled-up spring; their resistance and tolerance is nearing its end. Pushed just a bit too far, and they will uncoil and strike back. Modi has ignited the spirit to fight back for their rights, for their dignity; they are charged up because they feel hopeful; it is Modi who has given them hope of good governance, better lives and a disciplined, systematised approach to policy making and implementation. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]


19. BJP gathers lakhs for Vikas rally by Modi - Japanese Park, Delhi

  • Duration: 58
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BJP gathers lakhs for Vikas rally by Modi - Japanese Park, Delhi

Unlike other usual off-days when most people choose to sit and enjoy the day with friends and family watching TV, travelling and visiting relatives after a long week, Sunday witnessed swarms of people gather at the Japanese Park in Rohini. Scores were, meanwhile, glued to their television sets to hear Narendra Modi's speech. On the massive stage, 80 by 40 feet, Mr Modi in white kurta pyjama, is flanked by leaders like Niitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Sindu in pink turban regaling the crowds with Sidhuisms. Before he landed at the ground, Mr Modi tweeted, "Wonderful to be in Delhi to join the BJP Vikas Rally." The BJP has invited envoys of about 80 countries and says 35 have confirmed attendance in an effort to project what the party says is the Gujarat Chief Minister's global appeal and acceptability, after years of being boycotted by many countries over the 2002 communal riots in his state. The BJP has its hopes pinned on the Narendra Modi factor to tilt the November elections in Delhi its favour. It is widely seen as tied in a neck and neck race with the Congress in the national capital this time. The party was trounced by the Congress's Sheila Dikshit in the last three elections in Delhi. Addressing the rally, the BJP's Vijay Kumar Malhotra said with a straight face, "I challenge Shiela Dikshit, who is old enough to be my grandmother, for a public debate on whether people in Delhi are happy with her or not." Ms Dikshit is 75; Mr Malhotra, 81. A sophisticated sound system and giant LED screens have been installed at the ground. For maximum coverage of the event, screens have also been installed at several places in the city that will broadcast Mr Modi's speech live. There is tight security, with dozens of CCTV cameras and hundreds of private security guards keeping an eye on the massive crowds. Also 3,000 policemen and paramilitary personnel have been deployed at the venue. The Delhi Metro will run extra trains and feeder buses as it anticipates a huge rush. Citizens of India are so fed up with corruption, indiscipline, sinking economy, and scams that afflict our country, Modi's speech came as a balm to the entire nation. People of India represent a fully pressurised and coiled-up spring; their resistance and tolerance is nearing its end. Pushed just a bit too far, and they will uncoil and strike back. Modi has ignited the spirit to fight back for their rights, for their dignity; they are charged up because they feel hopeful; it is Modi who has given them hope of good governance, better lives and a disciplined, systematised approach to policy making and implementation. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]


20. BJP workers kept the crowd busy by reciting poems at Vikas Rally in Delhi

  • Duration: 67
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BJP workers kept the crowd busy by reciting poems at Vikas Rally in Delhi

Unlike other usual off-days when most people choose to sit and enjoy the day with friends and family watching TV, travelling and visiting relatives after a long week, Sunday witnessed swarms of people gather at the Japanese Park in Rohini. Scores were, meanwhile, glued to their television sets to hear Narendra Modi's speech. On the massive stage, 80 by 40 feet, Mr Modi in white kurta pyjama, is flanked by leaders like Niitin Gadkari, Vijay Goel and Navjot Singh Sindu in pink turban regaling the crowds with Sidhuisms. Before he landed at the ground, Mr Modi tweeted, "Wonderful to be in Delhi to join the BJP Vikas Rally." The BJP has invited envoys of about 80 countries and says 35 have confirmed attendance in an effort to project what the party says is the Gujarat Chief Minister's global appeal and acceptability, after years of being boycotted by many countries over the 2002 communal riots in his state. The BJP has its hopes pinned on the Narendra Modi factor to tilt the November elections in Delhi its favour. It is widely seen as tied in a neck and neck race with the Congress in the national capital this time. The party was trounced by the Congress's Sheila Dikshit in the last three elections in Delhi. Addressing the rally, the BJP's Vijay Kumar Malhotra said with a straight face, "I challenge Shiela Dikshit, who is old enough to be my grandmother, for a public debate on whether people in Delhi are happy with her or not." Ms Dikshit is 75; Mr Malhotra, 81. A sophisticated sound system and giant LED screens have been installed at the ground. For maximum coverage of the event, screens have also been installed at several places in the city that will broadcast Mr Modi's speech live. There is tight security, with dozens of CCTV cameras and hundreds of private security guards keeping an eye on the massive crowds. Also 3,000 policemen and paramilitary personnel have been deployed at the venue. The Delhi Metro will run extra trains and feeder buses as it anticipates a huge rush. Citizens of India are so fed up with corruption, indiscipline, sinking economy, and scams that afflict our country, Modi's speech came as a balm to the entire nation. People of India represent a fully pressurised and coiled-up spring; their resistance and tolerance is nearing its end. Pushed just a bit too far, and they will uncoil and strike back. Modi has ignited the spirit to fight back for their rights, for their dignity; they are charged up because they feel hopeful; it is Modi who has given them hope of good governance, better lives and a disciplined, systematised approach to policy making and implementation. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]