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The Biggest Election Result is Out Today (16th May 2014): India Elected Narendra Modi As Its New Prime Minister: A Note For The Day

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Last updated on June 9, 2018

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 Narendra Modi:           Picture Credit: Getty Images
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India: The Largest Democratic Country in the world elected Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP)  leader and Chief Minister of Gujarat State as its new Prime Minister in the just concluded election.

The world’s biggest election result is out today and the people are in the celebration mood. Here in this post I am going to note down some of the foreign media’s reaction to the newest developments in the Indian political arena or the victory of Narendra Modi.

The interesting fact is that most of these media before the election literally neglected to cover the largest democratic or the biggest election in this universe. To know more on this line please watch this video by John Oliver on Indian Election 2014.  Though it is a bit hilarious one there is something to think seriously too. Please Click HERE to watch that video:

And now almost all foreign media are on an active mood and delivered this election news in a high pitch.  Below are some of the leading media’s headlines:

THE NEW YORK TIMES: Old Order in India Swept Aside by Hindu Party Landslide/India’s Opposition Leader Sweeps Into Power:  Click HERE  to read more:

 

CNN:   Who is Narendra Modi? Meet India’s pro-business, Hindu nationalist PM-in-waiting. Click HERE  to read more:

 

THE TELEGRAPH:   Narendra Modi wins India election with landslide victory/Hindu nationalist leader declares ‘the start of a new era’ in the world’s biggest democracy as the ruling Congress declares defeat.  Click HERE  to read more:

 

BBC:  India election:  Opposition BJP heads for landslide win. Click HERE  to read more:

 

THE GUARDIAN:  Indian election result:  2014 is Modi’s year as BJP secures victory. Click HERE  to read more:

 

TIME :  India’s Opposition On Track to Sweep National Elections: Click HERE  to read more:

And White House, U.S. Senate Congratulate Narendra Modi on His Win in India. Click HERE  to read more:

 

ABC NEWS:   India’s Narendra Modi declares victory for BJP in landslide result. Click HERE  to read more:

 

THE WORLD POST/HUFFINGTON POST:  India Election 2014: Opposition Candidate Narendra Modi Will Be The Next Prime Minister.Click HERE  to read more:

 

NEW YORK POST:  Modi wins India’s election with a landslide. Click HERE  to read more:

 

GOOGLE INDIA CELEBRATES ELECTION RESULT WITH ITS DOODLE WITH AN INKED VOTER’S FINGER

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7 Comments

  1. Hope this election augers new beginning for India in the areas of development, distribution, infrastructure and other related areas. Also cutting down on corruption through electronic systems should be another goal. All these down, other things will follow in employment, poverty alleviation etc. A good collection of the foreign media coverage in your post. Thanks.

    May 20, 2014
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    • Hi Jayanta,
      Thank you very much for the visit and feedback,
      Yes, let us hope for the best. I am sure he can
      stand up to the mark or hope of the Indian people
      I fully agree with your opinion cutting down on
      corruption can make a tremendous change in the
      present setup, though its a difficult task let us hope
      that Modi and his team will work for it.
      Have a Good Day.
      Best Regards
      ~Philip

      May 22, 2014
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  2. Congrats to Narendra Modi.
    Good post, The video talks volume.
    Thanks for sharing.
    a p v

    May 22, 2014
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    • Hi A P V,
      Thanks for the visit and the kind words
      May you have a good and profitable day
      Keep inform
      Best Regards
      ~Philip

      May 22, 2014
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  3. Hi Philip,

    Yes, I am SO glad the elections are over! How I stay away from politics!! So, this was a huge relief for me I would say :)

    I hope with the change of Government, things will get better. I wouldn’t want to comment how it was earlier because there can be a never ending debate on that issue, but let’s just hope and pray for the very best, and that Mr. Modi plays his part and really delivers all that he says he would.

    Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week ahead :)

    May 22, 2014
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  4. This is the sign of change that would come. We have got a leader after a long time and we all have lot of expectations from Mr. Modi. The reaction of foreign media tells what an important change has occurred in India and what kind of change is yet to come.. the change which got initiated with Modi’s victory.
    I wasn’t a politics fan till now but this election made me interested in politics, in India. This election has changed a lot.. now, we have to look what kind of change will come in future..

    May 24, 2014
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  5. Politics is one of my best interest. And therefore, this is my favourite section on this blog. Will be more happy to see the latest posts. Thanks for creating such sections here. :) Happy blogging
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    November 3, 2015
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