Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s chief talent is self-aggrandizement. Visiting leaders don’t hold victory rallies in a foreign country—but that’s exactly what he did in New York’s Madison Square Garden on Sunday. He appeared inShow More Summary
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Like Obama in 2008, Modi is experiencing sky-high popularity. But public support can dissipate quickly if change is not delivered.
Watching India's New Prime Minister Madison Square Garden Speech to a Fawning Diaspora.
India’s new prime minister, once shunned by Washington, appeared before an enthusiastic crowd at Madison Square Garden Sunday where he appealed for help from Indian-Americans to help develop his country’s economy, vowing that under his leadership, the South Asian nation wouldn’t look back.
The Indian prime minister used a sold-out Madison Square Garden gig to make an emotional sales pitch. While Indian-Americans may want to take up Narendra Modi’s offer to invest freely in their ancestral land, the country’s business-unfriendly reputation remains a big obstacle.
Narendra Modi appeals to Indian-Americans to help develop his country's economy during speech at Madison Square Garden.
There was a lot of love on display for Narendra Modi and the country he leads at a sellout appearance at Madison Square Garden yesterday. In what the BBC calls a "rebranding exercise, national and personal," the Indian prime minister told the mainly Indian-American crowd of 19,000 that this...
This morning's key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com: India's rock star PM Narendra Modi draws mobs at Madison Square Garden. Saudi Arabia warns that Yemen coup could threaten global security. Pro-democracy protests bring Hong Kong to a standstill. Show More Summary
“YEAH, go that way,” yells a frazzled cop guarding a security cordon outside Penn Station. Narendra Modi, India’s Prime Minister, is the pain-in-the-ass who is snarling traffic around Madison Square Garden, an arena normally graced by WrestleMania, the Knicks and the Rolling Stones. Show More Summary
After twenty years, Narendra Modi is back in New York. As India’s new Prime Minister, he was greeted at a star-studded event at Madison Square Garden today. Despite some controversy, most Indian-Americans welcome his visit and look to Modi to inject new hope into India. Show More Summary
Madison Square Garden often hosts cultural icons such as Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and Bono, but on Sunday the storied arena offered rock-star treatment to a political personality: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who made the case for a resurgent India to nearly 20,000 enthusiastic...
Calls for growth and development, removal of obsolete laws, and thanks Indian-Americans.
Thousands of Indian Americans turned out to welcome the visiting leader at the famous New York arena
Madison Square Garden was at full capacity Sunday, not for a Knicks game or a Jay-Z concert, but for the prime minister of India. A crowd of more than 18,500 cheered along with Narendra Modi on his first visit to New York City as prime minister. Read full article >>
More than any other politician in recent memory, Narendra Modi, India's newly elected prime minister, has generated hope for the economic prospects of his nation. That hope was present on Sunday during Modi's speech at Madison Square...Show More Summary
A prime minister who was barred from entering the U.S. is now getting star treatment — and a visit with President Obama.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit Washington and New York, where, in addition to meeting President Obama, he will receive a "rock star welcome" from nearly 20,000 Indian American supporters at Madison Square Garden on Sunday. Show More Summary
NEW YORK -- The darkened insides of Madison Square Garden lit up like a star-filled night sky on Thursday as thousands of glowing cell phones slowly swayed to the soft vocals of Enrique Iglesias' pop ballad "Hero." It was an eveningShow More Summary
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