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Created by : Gopal Chopra, Project Manager, SAIL  | 10 01 2008 11:50:27 +0000
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Congress seems to have its hopes pinned on the young scion Rahul Gandhi and he keeps no façade about his own aspirations. “The question of my elevation to the PM's post is still open and has not been closed as yet,” he told his audience during a recent visit to Punjab
 
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Well though I am a pro BJP person...still I would like to vote Rahul Gandhi as a very prospective & deserving candidate to become the next Prime Minister of India. He is young, he is talented, and he has got the right personality and lineage to represent our country in the world's foremost councils. He can do full justice to the chair by using his youthful thought ability. And new ideas, how can we forget those. Being a young blood he must be emerging with new ideas. So I am one up for this guy.
By Suhas Goel, Consultant, Corporate Alliances, Events & Promotions, Cox & Kings P. Ltd.  11 25 2008 18:47:14 +0000
 
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I believe Rahul Gandhi's charisma is overrated.  And, he has yet to influence any election (be it in his own State or elsewhere or the General Elections) positively.  His campaigning has NOT yet brought votes to the Congress.  

Rahul has also not proved himself as a leader.  He's in his first term as MP.  And, he has not made a mark in the Parliament either with his debates or by moving any motions.  His organisational skills are suspect still.  Though he's been the Youth Congress President et al, we are yet to hear of stories of his success there.  

Rahul Gandhi - at least right now - is surely not gonna make a successful or a good PM.  His promotion to that post would be immature, untimely and disastrous to the nation.  His candidature himself reflects that the Congress is bereft of any ideas for now (not talking about its sycophancy)


By Sudhir Narayana, Head/VP/GM-Finance/Audit, Ministry of Defence  03 04 2009 05:07:32 +0000
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RG policies will never be disastrous.Vision is clear . Thats y bjp has copied 80% of congress menifesto. Bcos they have no idea and no vision 


By NISHANT SINGH, null  | 04 19 2014 18:23:21 +0000
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i agree with suhas surely RG is the best choice for  PM. 


By NISHANT SINGH, null  | 04 19 2014 18:18:17 +0000
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Yes rahul gandhi best for pm
By Vipul Rathaur, Pursuing Graduation student, Student  | 04 08 2014 22:14:33 +0000
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You see here. In BJP , the band wagon is developing a personality with Mr.Modi with a slogan," I give you. You give me :that is, I help to loot & You also help me looting". It is better to have a novice with genuine interest coming from a tradition to amalmagate the better mind to grind better things to society.


By KALIYAMOORTHY , PHSEM, CTCI Corporation  | 03 25 2014 01:04:30 +0000
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By Mohammad Quadri, Diploma student, Ryaan international school  | 01 28 2014 09:37:12 +0000
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By Mohammad Quadri, Diploma student, Ryaan international school  | 01 28 2014 09:36:36 +0000
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By Vipul Rathaur, Pursuing Graduation student, Student  | 01 02 2014 20:01:12 +0000
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Yes ! But we need him to be clear, decisive and ensure India's growth. If he shows humbleness and absolutely no complacency towards his responsibilities - he'll be a India's leader forever. If he slips - it's done and dusted. FAr far better than Modi for sure - Modi can become public speaking trainer for his fans. He is no match to Rahul in central politics, international affairs, bringing a good brand India Image or even qualification. Inspite of that I always see his supporters fuming in online media - this not what we want, somewhere his personal level attacking speeches and divisive talks, pseudo nationalism gives me a feel that is more a problem than solution. He mght be good for gujurat - all the best continue only there. India needs more, Modiji - you are not right there.
By Sandy , Senior Consultant, Leads  | 11 25 2013 15:35:56 +0000
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By Prateek Vooshamalla, Owner, Intocampus  | 10 23 2013 18:09:40 +0000
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As our nation is a developing stage, we need young blood ruler who can judge in a real manner. We don't need elderly person anymore. We needs a young man to represent our nation in a unique manner, we can't handle those old stuff anymore. OVERALL, AS BEING THE YOUNG BLOOD, I WOULD LIKE RAHUL GANDHI TO BE YOUNG NDIA LEADER. He is the,perfect man who can take our nation to the next level...
By Mohd Ibrahim, B.Tech/B.E. student, International Indian School Riyadh  | 09 19 2013 11:53:49 +0000
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Yes, ofcourse, he should become prime minister of our country. because we need some one to do the last rituals of our nation after its full demise?
By Dr. S.Pruthviraja pande, Visiting Professor, Bangalore/Ravenshaw University  | 08 27 2013 03:25:10 +0000
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Just think, when Akilesh can be a CM , why can not Rahul be a PM.
By KALIYAMOORTHY , PHSEM, CTCI Corporation  | 08 18 2013 03:20:27 +0000
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Dear all,

If UPA is running a Dynasty or Monarchy system,Then majority wouldn't have reached.


By VISHWA DEEPAK MISHRA, HR-Talent Acquisition Cum Business Development Manager, Leading IT Giant.  | 09 17 2011 10:41:50 +0000
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No doubts on Rahul's Caliber & credibility,Not because of his origination from Gandhi's family,but i strongly feel that India Needs a PM like him,well lets not forget the hypes about Narendra Modi's Indulgence.
By VISHWA DEEPAK MISHRA, HR-Talent Acquisition Cum Business Development Manager, Leading IT Giant.  | 09 17 2011 05:00:23 +0000
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Whether we accept it or not Rahul will be the PM of India,tomorrow if not today. To excel in any field, experience is not necessary.Committment to the job, capacity to think outside the box and willing to learn are required. I think Rahul is having those qualities.
By Suryanarayan Murthy, Project Finance Advisor, Credit Line  | 11 08 2010 09:16:24 +0000
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We have no other option. Whether you are interested or not, thats immaterial. He is the son of the Chairperson of the Congress Party. That is more than enough for him. If UPA with Congress at the leading in numbers, he will be next the Prime Minister in the next general election. There need not be any debate about his caliber to lead this huge democratic country. Today or tomorrow he is going to be the Prime Minister of this country. You have to bear it. He is already being projected as the next contender for the post. I dont see any special leadership skills in him. But.......
By Srinivas suravajhala, Asst. Manager.  | 11 08 2010 08:01:21 +0000
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Lot of talented people are there but the point is do the people know them, do they have vote banks, do people have trust on them. Right now he is the only person with capabilities with people support & Vote. He need some time to further improve himself & he is doing that.
By Kuldeep Tanwar, Sr Manager - Engineering & Development, Lakshmi Precision Screws Limited  | 11 08 2010 07:38:39 +0000
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Yes, he will be able to to rule our country well. He's educated, and really performed well in Amethi and influencing people from ground level. His performance is amazing, surely it contributed to improve party cadre all over India in general, UP in specific. He's absolutely a right candidate for Prime minister. Especially in Indian democracy, there is a significant dearth of educated youth in politics which really is an absolute necessity in development of a nation.


By lakshmi ronanki, Program Manager, TalentSprint  | 10 23 2009 11:46:43 +0000
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Ajay I am not agree with you that neither Rajiv Gandhi nor Rahul Gandhi are doing any good things for the country, as you mentioned in your argument that only 10 paisa reaches to poor and they have done nothing.

After Rajeev Gandhi's death there was no stable govt. in India. I think in last 20 year every party who get the chance has performed to a certain extent otherwise India could not have achieved 8% GDP growth in the last few years. Yes few things has not been taken care by either govt. BJP/Congress and one of the most important as you mentioned in your argument is corruption. Corruption could not be avoided because it requires transparency in the system. 

In the past nobody has looked on it very keenly but now I think the present  congress govt. is taking active interest in it and one of the most recent development on this is appointment of Mr. Nanden Nilkani former CEO OF Infosys in Cabinet ministry to launch a project on issuance smart card to every citizen of India. This card will carry all the information about individual like Name, Pan No., DL, Bank a/c etc. Whatever amount govt. wants to allocate to BPL people will be directly deposited in each individual a/c. I think this way problem of reaching only 10 paisa to poor people will be solved to a certain extent.


By Deepak Agrawal, Consultant, Independent Consultant  | 08 28 2009 16:23:16 +0000
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Yes certainly Rahul Gandhi will be India's future prime minister. He has contributed a lot in the last election by reviving congress in UP region where it has performed very badly in the last few elections elections.

He was offered a cabinet birth by Prime Minister Mr. Manmohan Singh but he rejected the offer and said at present his main work is to create awareness in India's young generation about Indian politics so that more young people will incline to join politics. Apart from his other mission is to revive congress in North-East region where congress has performed very badly in previous elections except the just concluded one.

This is a very good gesture by a young politician. This way he will know more about the people of India and as he already has good qualification and knowledge, I hope in the next election congress will clean sweep and Rahul Gandhi will be the prime minister of India unless and until it perform very badly in this tenure. 

 


By Deepak Agrawal, Consultant, Independent Consultant  | 08 28 2009 15:46:32 +0000
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Yes.. Educated young talented Rahul will be surely a good PM for India.


By Shaju George, Facilities/Construction Manager, IBS Software Services (P) Ltd  | 04 28 2009 05:55:41 +0000
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Mr.Prasanta i agree with you.Rahul gandhi is young,educated,dynamic and he sure can take our country to greater heights by introducing some new and innovative ideas.More impotantly he has intentionally made an attempt in the past few years to know and understand the needs of a common man and he can certainly fulfill those needs by becoming the prime minister of the country.


By Jyoti Rath, Sr. Associate, Barclays  | 04 14 2009 07:45:59 +0000
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He is Educated and also he is matured enough to handle countrys Prime Minister Position.


By Paresh.Khanchandani , FCD Business Manager, ExxonMobil Company India Private Ltd.  | 03 27 2009 12:49:21 +0000
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Definitrely i agree with vinod that rahul gandhi is a good prospect to become a prime minister because he is educated,young,dynamic and has the capability to take the nation to greater heights.moreover from the past few years he has made giant steps to learn the sentiments of indian people by spending time in the rural areas so he exactly knows what the people of this country needs.


By Rajat Mittal, Product/Brand Manager, Jet Airways  | 03 26 2009 08:19:06 +0000
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yes i think so beacause they have there in blood since there Grand father also run INDIA VERY WELL SO I THINK SO MR GANDHI REALLY RUN THE INDIA .........I LL SAY ONLU OKAY WELL VERSED OR NOT


By Amit Sharma, Head/VP/GM-Sales, Dr Morepan  | 03 19 2009 19:25:12 +0000
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He is born with 100years of political experience yet he is humble apart from that he has a thinking brain and tries to do different things like his impressive speech at loksabha debate while saving his govt.Moreover he shows us a little glimpse of Mahatma Gandhi's ideals which is forgotten in this era of TERRORISM,REGIONLISM AND FUNDAMENTLAISM.I sincerely hope he will be the one whom the world will look forward to in near future.Hence I vote for him.


By Rakesh Jha, Marketing Manager, Institute of Health Sciences  | 03 19 2009 08:58:21 +0000
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if we see current politics we are runinig short of younger ones i belive that rahul Ghandi can be idol for young generation  in india we always need some one to guide us i feel rahu Ghandi will do that.


By vinod kumar.c kumar.c, Marketing Manager, Mahindra Holiday & Resort India Ltd  | 03 19 2009 08:30:33 +0000
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Rahul Gandhi is the Youth & good Leader for young indians. he has the capabalities to lead india with out any Cast factor. he is the hope of young indians.


By Ajay singh, QA&QC-Executive, Huawei Telecommunications Co India Pvt Ltd  | 03 19 2009 07:01:48 +0000
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Youngster should come to politics it will help to have some changes & development in our Indian Economy. So I think Rahul Gandhi will be a good introduction to this change in economy.


By Kalaiselvi , HR Executive, Live Connections  | 03 19 2009 04:38:21 +0000
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ITS ALL YOUNG PEOPLE OF INDIA WANTS TO RAHUL GANDHI AS A PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA. BUT LESSON, HE IS JUST COMPLETED 10 YEARS OF POLITICS. YOUNG PEOPLE CAN THINK, HOW INDIA CAN GROW IN FUTURE. I THINK HE IS THE BETTER PERSON.


By prasanta kumar bhadra, CHIEF REPRESENTATIVE, UTI MUTUAL FUND  | 03 18 2009 06:35:21 +0000
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Nehru / Gandhi family has done a lot to this nation. They have along history of ruling this country. Their children are brought up in a different environement. Leadership & Administrative skill is in their blood. He has young vision & keen to work for poor. In 1st attempt he may be novice PM like his father but in long run he would lead India to become superpower. I would love to see him as next PM.
By SHIVENDRA KUMAR JHA, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, MEINHARDT SINGAPORE PTE LIMITED  | 10 01 2008 16:08:52 +0000
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hey I also vote for yes,,adding on to  what Mr Gopal has said, One can not deny the fact that Nehru Family have leadership quality in their blood. They have been ruling India since independence and undoubtedly, Rahul Gandhi is the next Prime Minister of this great nation. Time and again Rahul has proved that he is a man with a vision, like his father, late Rajeev Gandhi. At this point of time when India is heading towards a very bright future, India needs a young and energetic leader. This may be Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi, Sacheen Pailet or Varun Gandhi. As per my personnal view, though I strongly bilieve that Indians will never accept leadership like North Korea where son take over his father's throne, I do bilieve that Rahul Gandhi definitely has the L-Trait(leadership) in him and I'll not be surprise if he becomes the next Prime- Minister of India.Summing the whole thing in one sentence "Young India needs a Young Leader".
By Shishir Mishra, Senior Consultant, Hewitt Associates  | 10 01 2008 12:14:50 +0000
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Yaa, absolutely he is. The lineage that he is following is considered to be the first lineage of independent India. And he is from a family which has politics in their blood and that sacrosant chair of PM suits to them also. But I think its time to goom Rahul more as a working member of Congress and understand the core problem of INDIA more closely. And yaa offcourse election are not far away so his role in election and after election would be very important not only for his party but also for his lineage and INDIA.
By Gopal Chopra, Project Manager, SAIL  | 10 01 2008 11:50:27 +0000
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Rahul Gandhi has no knowledge and experience in politics. When he speaks looks like a kid is speaking. He even not dare to face the media. He is not even 1% talented to become PM. He is just a kid infront of Mr. Narendra Modi. If he becomes the PM, like last 10 years the control will again go to Sonia Gandhi. Only one person can make changes, Mr. Narendra Modi. He has proved that he is the best among all.
By Darvin Bhande, Officer, TVS Motors  | 03 24 2014 13:00:03 +0000
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educated fools following an uneducated idiot.........

pity you 


By s ram, engineer, gecb  | 02 19 2014 05:40:32 +0000
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take off the gandhi tag, he becomes a no-use youngster who cant even retain the name of his family. Perfect antonym for energetic indian youth. looks 40 speaks like he is 4 ...immature idiot
By s ram, engineer, gecb  | 02 19 2014 05:38:48 +0000
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Narendra modi has proved himself that is a type of ruler we need right now..the reflects people's emotion that enough is enough now we need to do something to bring mother india back to its days of glory.the gujarat model and all the development he made is gujarat is a proof of his dedication to serve the country.Besides we all are aware about how corrupt congress is.also our country has not taken any tough stands against continous ceasefire violations by pak..killing of innocent villagers and soldiers near kashmir valley and frequent chinese incursions..OUR PRIME MINISTER(i dont think i made any mistake by adressing him as prime minister bcoz the fact is just in front of us people dont want congress any more).I also doub't the mental state of mr.rahul gandi for his remarks that gujarat is bigger than europe..i mean by 6yr old brother can say that's utter shit! rahul gandhi needs to prove himself which he has'nt yet..this is not some family bussiness that he will get just bcoz he belongs to gandhi family.he will get my vote only after he proves himself as a good leader..NAMO has already proved his dedication and workaholism by all the changes he made in gujarat and made it the best state in the world contributing to 25% of the total export of the country and that's a fact.
By Abhishek Marathe, Accounts Manager, Student  | 11 22 2013 15:21:53 +0000
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@all:who supporting rahul gandhi aand saying that he is a he is talented, and he has got the right personality and lineage to represent our country in the world's foremost councils. He can do full justice to the chair by using his youthful thought ability and new ideas....blah blah.....please justify your reasons and being young doesnt help any one to become PM but experience and dedication towards development does.And i dont see any difference if rahul comes as PM anyway sonia gandhi is going to control his chair as she is controlling Mr.singh right now.
By shiva , B.Tech/B.E. student, Sathyabhama Engineering College, Chennai  | 09 30 2013 20:28:04 +0000
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Leave this Rahul alone!!! Look for a better PM this time. It is possible only through right MPs and no through this dynasty rule !!!! Txs
By Suryanarayan Murthy, Project Finance Advisor, Credit Line  | 09 19 2013 13:59:36 +0000
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I seriously don't understand when educated people says Rahul is eligible candidate for PM, of course i am not talking about constitutional law here. let me go by their reasoning.. 1. He is young. So what that has to do with being prime minister, a huge proportion of Indian population is young, so you pick anybody else and elect him PM 2. He is talented. Where did it came from? what kind of talent. He cant even manage to give his speech for a minute if the sequence of papers get shuffled. 3.Right personality and lineage to represent our country in the world's foremost councils. Are you seriously talking about personality, only he looks good and i think we are talking about PM candidature not a modelling contest, and it would be great if he don't represent our country in famous councils. Listen to any of his speech and you will feel like banging your head, he himself don't know what he wanted to convey. 4.Youthful thought ability. he seriously doesn't have even a bit of it. i have doubt if he don't use his thought or actually he don't have the ability to do so. Those who still disagree, they can checkout his CII conference speech. 5. Young blood. Young blood can only make changes if he understand it, feel it and gone through it and he has nothing of it. I believe i need not explain this.
By Dr. Neelam Katiyar, Business Analyst, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)  | 09 14 2013 06:32:56 +0000
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If Rahul Gandhi becomes prime minister, India is heading for its demise. He is the luckiest fu** alive in India, with zero G.K, awareness and almost no sense of indian politics. And not to forget a bag full of scams.
By Sankalp jadon, Project Architect, Wipro  | 08 16 2013 10:26:52 +0000
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Not at all. What he has achieved yet? I do support some congress leaders but not Rahul gandhi
By Ranjit Singh, Freelancer, IT Services  | 04 10 2013 04:36:52 +0000
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I tried very hard, to search for reasons to vote for Rahul Gandhi. But I failed. At the age of 41, he is like a blank slate. On the important issues, during crisis time (e.g. Anna Hazare's agitation), he keeps his mouth shut. Whenever he opens his mouth, he displays his grand ignorance.
By Prakash Saitwal, Technical Support Manager, Aditya Birla Management Corporation P. Ltd.  | 09 18 2011 06:55:26 +0000
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Dear UNclear headed brother Vishwa Deepak Mishra That a SLAVISH Uneducated Majority SEE a Dynastic MONARCHY is why UPA reached a so called Chabal of a Majority.


By Pramod P. Kaimal, Web Site Update, AN ACTUAL TRUE SCHOOL  | 09 17 2011 10:58:33 +0000
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No, Every body in the congress is supporting to Rahul to become the next PM of India as he is the son of Sonia.But if we see Rahul as just a person of congress & not son of sonia, he will be nowhere. He is just like a nursery kid in the politics.


By Shankar Kothagattu, B.Tech/B.E. student, Vignan Vidyalaya  | 09 16 2011 17:26:31 +0000
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he needs to learn a lot about politics, though he learned a lot about dirty politics
By Nitin M Aras, Head/VP/GM-Tech. Support, ODTIN Food Solutions Pvt Ltd  | 11 08 2010 08:39:22 +0000
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HA HA HA    my 4 year old son who cannot yet read a word, just abc, reads the indian media (newspaper) better for better laughter from me; brother Deepakji, this paper wallas have become hMVs hISSS Masters' Voice and you are quoting from them? MY! Meditate my brother Meditate. the Newspap Proprietor & eDitor sit over bottles of Whiskey to dish out such stories for you brothers and sisters to lap up, as THE COMMANDMENTS to follow ! HA HA HA


By Pramod P. Kaimal, Web Site Update, AN ACTUAL TRUE SCHOOL  | 11 08 2010 06:27:59 +0000
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Dear sister lakshmi ronankji, PLEASE, PLEASE INVESTIGATE (but don't use the Congress (KHANGRESS) Bureau of Investigation CBI) this Rahul Khan's Education qualification HAS this Creature called rahul passed 12th? see my other post to get his mothers full name.


By Pramod P. Kaimal, Web Site Update, AN ACTUAL TRUE SCHOOL  | 11 08 2010 06:17:10 +0000
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What are his talents ?? O shri Suhas Goelji where are you seeing them ? which part of this rahul khan's personality that sees all pure sindhu as only equal to a SIMI. PLEASE GET a FULL CHECK up my brother WHAT ALL ARE YOU SEeING, i don't even see a speck


By Pramod P. Kaimal, Web Site Update, AN ACTUAL TRUE SCHOOL  | 11 08 2010 06:11:16 +0000
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His mother is Edvige Antonia Albina Maino KHAN, the fraud Italian Mafiasco/Church hiding behind the false name sonia gandhi (Sonia Khan). This thief was caught at Washington Airport with a bag full off Colobian Drug Mafia Money to be deposited where else but SWISS. For that BLACK money is why the Khangress pavlovian dogs laping behind this khan who the world has proclaimed in double or TIMES powerful than her MANmohan FRIDAY
By Pramod P. Kaimal, Web Site Update, AN ACTUAL TRUE SCHOOL  | 11 08 2010 06:01:23 +0000
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Amit says It's in their blood.

Well if it is in their blood and so it is accepted that they will all do good for India--then why don't we stop all these election and announce Monarchy? Dynasty system?

 

It will save a lot of money--huh?


By Sayan Chakraborty, Senior ERP Consultant, International Business machines  | 05 10 2009 22:08:57 +0000
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I can not say YES--I am compelled.LOL

I can not advertise Monarchy--Common--Sonia does not become Indira if she behaves like her.

And Rahul does not become Rajiv if he looks like him.


By Sayan Chakraborty, Senior ERP Consultant, International Business machines  | 05 10 2009 21:39:52 +0000
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 There is nothing wrong in persons in the dynasty getting into top positions in the political arena, provided they have the caliber and capabilities and experience for that.   Mr. Rahul has to grow. He is pushed up a ladder with no steps below by the  caucus to please the party boss, Mrs. Sonia Gandhi. When she step down from party's president, Rahul will be no where in the scene.  

Mr Rahul has himself expressed that he does not have the experience to become P.M. Why punish him with unwanted media hype. Is it a mistake that he happened to be born in the Gandhi family and son of the congress party president. Is there any rule that people born to politicians should not enter in politics. May as years go by Mr. Rahul Gandhi will get the experience the right qualities to be the country's P.M. The thing every political party and media need to learn is that the POLITICAL PARTIES  are more important than the PERSONS who come and go. They should stop glorifying or degrading persons to create sensational news.

However, as of now the best thing Mr. Rahul can do is to influence the budding youngsters within the party and other parties including the Communist party to jointly rise beyond the political barriers to deliver the country from poverty and communal forces. There are many capable persons who can become P.Ms in Congress. Mr. Pranab Mukherjee, Mr. Chithambaram, Mr. Shashi Tharoor, Mrs.  Sheela Dixit, and many more in different parties. Pushing Mr. Rahul to P.M position at this point of time will cause the down fall of Congress.   Mr. Manmohan Singh need to be allowed to take rest.

The presently seen mud slinging and personifications of persons in the parties by various politicians and the media is a crying shame.  Leaders will come and go. Parties will grow or fail but the Country need to go on and grow without hurdles caused by politicans or political parties. Unscrupulous political leaders and unethical media activities are doing more harm to the country. Left alone by them, India will do much better.


By Abraham Paul, Senior Telecom Consultant, FCOMNET- Future Groups  | 05 10 2009 18:46:18 +0000
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Hi,

The only qualification Rahul has is that born in a family who some how have been in power of indian politics for long time. I would like the categories Rahul as a person on whom greatness is being imposed. He also has started feeling that just by reading the written speeches like her mother he will also be some times be shining star of Indian politics.

Qualification of Rahul ?Experience of Rahul? Has he done any service to the nation ?Does he understand the needs of India and Indians. Mere saying that only 10 paisa out of One Rupee allotted by Central government reaches to the last man ,he neither can be great politician or honored man like his father who said on 15 paise reaches to the poor.

Neither Rajeev did any thing to improve it nor Rahul have any plan for the same. Other wise why after 25 years of knowing that only 15 paisa riches to poor the system improvement has not been done to let poor people get 50 paisa. Out of 25 years after the statement given by Rajiv Gandhi  congress has ruled 17 years .   Only sympathetic statement can not make a person useful to the society.

Yes, Rahul has learned to tell lies and is surrounded by a big  and qualified team of  chamcha unfortunately which includes People like Dr. Manmohan Singh too.  If this qualification is good enough to rule 110 crore Indians ,yes he is most qualified young man to become Prime minister of India.

Ajay Singh”Ekal”


By ajay singh, CEO/MD/Director Rhein India Technologies Private Limted  | 05 10 2009 15:15:44 +0000
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Hi,

The only qualification Rahul has is that born in a family who some how have been in power of indian politics for long time. I would like the categories Rahul as a person on whom greatness is being imposed. He also has started feeling that just by reading the written speeches like her mother he will also be some times be shining star of Indian politics.

Qualification of Rahul ?Experience of Rahul? Has he done any service to the nation ?Does he understand the needs of India and Indians. Mere saying that only 10 paisa out of One Rupee allotted by Central government reaches to the last man ,he neither can be great politician or honored man like his father who said on 15 paise reaches to the poor.

Neither Rajeev did any thing to improve it nor Rahul have any plan for the same. Other wise why after 25 years of knowing that only 15 paisa riches to poor the system improvement has not been done to let poor people get 50 paisa. Out of 25 years after the statement given by Rajiv Gandhi  congress has ruled 17 years .  Only sympathetic statement can not make a person useful to the society.

Yes, Rahul has learned to tell lies and is surrounded by a big  and qualified team of  chamcha unfortunately which includes People like Dr. Manmohan Singh too.  If this qualification is good enough to rule 110 crore Indians ,yes he is most qualified young man to become Prime minister of India.

Ajay Singh"Ekal"

 


By ajay singh, CEO/MD/Director Rhein India Technologies Private Limted  | 05 10 2009 15:13:33 +0000
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As a young voter, I had lot of hopes from Rahul Gandhi. I thought he will learn from mistakes of his fathers, grand fathers and great grand fathers etc. But he seem to have learned the other way. He is taking help of management consultancy firms to "discover India". He also feels it more important to spend "one night" in a poor's hut with a foreign guest, than spending time on putting ahead his stand on some issues of national importance such as poverty, corruption, E-governance and so on.

I don't see him motivated to lead the country to a better tomorrow. I don't see the urge in him to change the fate of poors of our country. He looks more like a "silver spoon BABA" with no agenda or stand of his own. I would rather put someone like Mayawati as PM (who has some mission to carry out) than Rahul Gandhi.


By Swapnil Hajare, Director, New Indictrans Technologies Pvt Ltd  | 05 03 2009 18:22:14 +0000
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Lot of youth in India who are more talented than Mr. Rahul, probably the figure reaches to 100k. I always feel like these so called Gandhi's, Nehru's easily get into the picture by spoon feeding and without any personal efforts. Tomorrow the Scenario will be Rahul is having 2 kids, they start their career in politics at their early age and people start thinking these young guys are potential to be a PM. What about the other 1 lakh talented youth, why they never get an opportunity? Being born in infamous and poor families is not their fault. give me a break. Search for talented youth. They are ready with innovative and constructive ideas and ready to implement without hesitation. Moreover, just calculate how many years Rahul took to make up his mind and prepare himself to be ready for politics. Even a donkey could be a super politician, if someone train it accordingly. Think twice before coming to conclusion.


By yousuf jai jawaid hussain khan, Asset Operations/Documentation-Executive/Manager, IAP Worldwide Services  | 04 28 2009 12:46:14 +0000
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Mr.Siddharth i fully support you. Just because rahul has surname of 'gandhi' he is being touted as next prime ministerof India.To run a country as vast as India one needs to have experience,also just by visiting rural villages for a couple of years doesn't mean that he has become eligible to stand for the post of PM.


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By ABHIJIT KULKARNI, Project Manager, BNP Paribas  | 04 24 2009 06:17:08 +0000
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A person cant be chosen as a PM.if he is mobilised based on his political family background.A person who swims on his own and makes a historical change for the betterment of Nation, then he can be a best candidature


By Abdulhaq Syed Chisty, IS Auditor, Solution Architect  | 04 18 2009 08:51:03 +0000
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In my opinion, it is very difficult to say in general but one thing for sure, for next parliament, he will not be a right choice. I'm neither supporter nor in his against. But there are some set of skill is require to become head of nation.

1.Very first thing, he should have the required experince in the field. you can earn popularity by visiting to villagers and eat with them but you can,t run the nation. You suppose to take many tough and instant decision which require huge amount of knowledge and experince that can,t be learn by books or being a ghandi.

2. To run the country, he should have the clear idea and vision about india braodly, need not be very specific. I belive he has not visited the compete country so far. Visting country during election will not be counted in this as this will not give the real exposure.

3. He should have the leadership quality. So far we have not seen any thing which indicates his leadership skill. He became youth congress president because of his parents name and because of surname GANDHI he is carrying. 

4. Leader to run the country should be charshmatic like Indira gandhi or Atal bihari vajpayee. or Obama or Rajesh pilot. We have not seen this quality also.

5. If he dont have all these things then he should stand himself and prove different by following some moral values, by actively participating in debates in parliament or by proposing some bills which is really useful for country. in this tough time, we have not seen or heard a single remark from him on recession. We haven't heard anything on terrorism.

But in long term he can be a great leader provided he will have the required qualities.


By Sanjay Sharma, Sr. Manager, Ultratech Cement Ltd  | 04 16 2009 18:35:15 +0000
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If Rahul becomes a prime minister today, it will only because he is the great heir apparant of Nehry-Gandhi dynasty.

There may be some lobby, raising demand of Rahul being made PM. Let us not take them seriously. They are not great followers/admirers of Rahul. They are just trying to be in good books of Sonia and create come space for themselves. In simple terms, they may be called "sycophants". Right now, Rahul himself is not considering himself for PM's post.

But being a son of Gandhi family also should not be only criteria denying him opportunity. Let him prove himself, compete among other equally young & deserving people and earm PM's post hard way.


By Prakash Saitwal, Technical Support Manager, Aditya Birla Management Corporation P. Ltd.  | 04 16 2009 05:30:00 +0000
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Prime Minister - A person who leads the country for 5 years in every area. Who projects a image of the country to world. Experienced, who has a good background of politics, who served the country atleast in few ministrial positions (if major portfolios well and good). But what Rahul got? (except the decendent of Nehruji family and born in the congress family). Let him serve as a politician for atleast another 2 terms and learn every corner of India and the pain of the citizens, then may be we may think of providing the leadership to Mr. Rahul.


By Fazalur Rahman, ManPower Development Specialist (Leadership & Talent Development)  | 04 16 2009 05:11:40 +0000
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Mr.Amit i would say that just because almost all the members of gandhi family are involved in politics and are running the country from years doesn't mean that Rahul Gandhi will be a good PM.He has lived more than half his life outside india and by interacting with poor people and visiting their homes doesn't mean that he understand the complexity of problems existing in india.

So in my view its still a long way to go for him to be eligible to become the Prime Minister.


By Ramdas Pawar, Sales/BD Manager, Flex  | 04 15 2009 10:54:37 +0000
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Wonder how the heck someone with any common sense could even think that the job of India's Prime Minister is child's play?

Putting a check on undue, unjustified and untimely promotion of dynasty mode leadership  will be in the best interest of the Congress party. Look at the profile of some of the new political avatars daring to be in the shoes of those great leaders like Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Vallabhai Patel and many such magnificent men of the erstwhile Indian National Congress.  May God save the country.

Mr. Rahul Gandhi is a sicere person with a big heart, have perseverence in his out look, and is fast acquiring leadership qualities.  He need to gain experience in life, in politics, in statemanship, and so many other things and has to climb many steps to aspire for top slots in Governance.  I hope he knows it better than anyone else.


By Abraham Paul, Senior Telecom Consultant, FCOMNET- Future Groups  | 03 27 2009 20:12:17 +0000
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ya offcource their blood relations are quite good as followers of india,but he has'nt enough experience in politics,but this is not a right time,PM is the post for experienced person in all the ways,bcoz he has to control all the things in our country,ex:to maintain law and order,to make gud and fast decision without consulting others,many preferences are there.......so he has to learn...


By prabakaran.s.p , Tech Support Engineer, Zillion  | 03 20 2009 10:11:42 +0000
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I still can't understand why people are not interested in judging a person on the grounds of his ability and acumen when it comes to leadership. Apart from being a youth, he doesn't have any quality to stand as a leader of approx. 1.5 billion people, most of which are still backward and outcasted. Experience in politics matters a lot when it comes to leadership, which Rahul Gandhi lacks. Moreover, one may not deny the fact that had Rahul Gandhi would not have been a 'Gandhi', there is no reason for him to be a part of this debate. 


By siddharth mathur, Student, KIIT University  | 03 19 2009 18:21:34 +0000
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still long way to go to become Prime Minister for Rahul Gandhi..First he has to attain the political maturity...well in future he can be but not right now


By MANOJ VARSHNEY, Director, TULSI TRAVELS PVT LTD  | 03 19 2009 15:50:42 +0000
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At present, he is not perfect candidature for PM.  He has to learn lot more politics before thinking of this post.


By BABU P.S., Logistics Executive ASPINWALL & CO.LTD  | 03 19 2009 11:23:54 +0000
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he ahsnt enough experience in tat field


By prabakaran.s.p , Tech Support Engineer, Zillion  | 03 19 2009 10:56:52 +0000
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he is too raw to represent largest democracy in the world, he hardly understands the problems of comon people in india

I can see the agression in him but there is no direction,


By ABHIJIT KULKARNI, Project Manager, BNP Paribas  | 03 19 2009 09:08:31 +0000
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We want a good CEO for PM post. Rahul has still  lots to do to become a CEO.

He is not the deserving candidate , he needs more experiance & he should progress step by step .

Only Gandhi family's surname is not inough to run a country & it should be not a qualification to be a PM.


By Naimish , Construction-Heavy, Gourav Engineers  | 03 19 2009 05:13:40 +0000
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dear Suhas, well, you may be very eager to have a young PM for this country, but pl think of his abilities of executing with party oriented backups.even if he is good enough, what about his surrounding party men? do you think that they will allow him to go ahead of his own? never, it is not congress culture to boost an indivisual who is efficient. if you remember correctly even today any state chief minister is selected by party high command and not by that state MLA's.So if this the culture and background of congress, how do you expect Rahul can become successful PM?


By jairaj shyam prasad, Production Manager, BOSCH Ltd  | 03 18 2009 17:29:58 +0000
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certainly Rahul is not the right choice to become PM of the country which is one of the largest democracatic functions in the world.while seeing the current trend of Indian politics, one should understand that entire policies of the government is party oriented and not with real consensus of nations interest.in last 3 decades we have not seen any political party is really keen enough to answer people regarding its various policies except at the time of elections.let's be honest in accepting the fact that no indivisual is allowed to defer from party oriented ideologies because of interest in enjoying power.Rahul Gandhi is not an exception from this scenario as he is a loyal congressman and bound to obey his party decisions.At last common man will never gain any thing in this filthy political system except dreaming of good days ahead!


By jairaj shyam prasad, Production Manager, BOSCH Ltd  | 03 18 2009 17:17:55 +0000
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No way Rahul gandhi can become PM, may be the youth will be happy about hearing the prospect of a young neta becoming PM, but this will be disastrous if he is made, as he is not having enough experience in the Indian politics, as Mr. nitin has said just by living in homes of poor in his constituency is not enough for him to be PM, he doesn't know the entire picture of the country as a whole like what the problems and just because he is a Gandhi is not necessary that he should be made PM.


By Ramdas Pawar, Sales/BD Manager, Flex  | 03 18 2009 13:36:55 +0000
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So many other experienced, reputed and cleaned young politicians who can play a bigger role as compared to Rahul Gandhi. Because of Gandhi or Nehru we cannot elect this guy who has to do lot in politics.

Taking a cup of tea with poor, carrying baggage of old lady is the dramatic  or even dirty politics. If he really wish to go for doing somthing to elevate poors, he has to stay for a long time with them and understand their problems in real manner.


By Nitin M Aras, Head/VP/GM-Tech. Support, ODTIN Food Solutions Pvt Ltd  | 03 10 2009 05:11:28 +0000
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Oh gandhi/Neheru family has done a lot for India--great

Let's declare Nehru/Gandhi Family the dynasty of India.

Our children will learn in history books that after Mughals, British came and after British the great Gandhis.

 


By Sayan Chakraborty, Senior ERP Consultant, International Business machines  | 03 09 2009 21:24:29 +0000
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I have only one thing to say:

 

If Rahul Gandhi can be better PM for India, then why not any other youth leader of India?

Because he is the PRINCE of our poor nation  where people think a charming face will turn over everything and will bring prosperity for us?

 

In US the priority is given to the person who understands foreign policy best(Not like our leaders who understand everything but pretend to be trying to understand for ETARNITY)

 


By Sayan Chakraborty, Senior ERP Consultant, International Business machines  | 03 09 2009 21:19:06 +0000
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Are we still in the breeding game for PM-ship? or are we looking for actual leader-ship skills?

It will be interesting to see this years election campaign and the final victors.Coz I am not hoping any miracles for PM-ship, unlike USA, where the  incapables vote in lacs and capables go on for holidays during voting season.


By Shiuli Mukherji, Head Strategy Plan- , Region SEA  | 03 05 2009 10:51:57 +0000
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I have nothing against Rahul Gandhi but he needs to prove that he is capable of leading the country...only being a member of Nehru or Gandhi family should not be the criteria of him being chosen as PM...


By Jay Makwana, Media Development Manager, Times of Oman  | 02 24 2009 13:03:04 +0000
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hi,, Gopal, according to me, Rahul Gandhi has a long way to go. Unfortunately he has not got the same environment as Rajiv gandhi or Indira Gandhi had - like their parents leading the country. Sonia Gandhi i just a Congress leader and that too with no absolute authority to her foreign origin. Priyanka would have been a better chopice if we have to have some one from Indira nehru family. Can the congress think beyond the Family? Vote bank politics and inability to contain the terrorism or Price raise or inflationary trends will work against Rahul and he has no clue how to handle, seeing his political speeches. I think Sonia should make a person like Lallu as the PM and make Rahul work as Deputy. He will learn the tricks of politics in the easiest way and from the best person in this country today.
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