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Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi 

Narendra Damodardas Modi (Gujarati: [ˈnəɾendɾə dɑmodəɾˈdɑs ˈmodiː] born 17 September 1950) is an Indian politician serving as the 14th and current prime minister of India since 2014. Modi was the chief minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014 and is the Member of Parliament from Varanasi. He is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a right-wing Hindu nationalist paramilitary volunteer organisation. He is the first prime minister to have been born after India’s independence in 1947 and the second prime minister not belonging to the Indian National Congress to have won two consecutive majorities in the Lok Sabha, or the lower house of India’s parliament. He is also the longest serving prime minister from a non-Congress party.

Quick Info:

Name:Narendra Modi
Profession:Politician
Age:71 Years
Wife:Jashodaben Chimanlal Modi
Famous For:Prime Minister of India
Nationality:Indian

PERSONAL INFORMATION

NameNarendra Modi
Full NameNarendra Damodardas Modi
Nick NameNaMo
Height5 Feet 7 Inch
Weight75 Kg
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorWhite
Date of Birth17 September 1950
Age (Current)71 Years, 7 Month, 23 Days
Blood GroupA (+ve)
ReligionHinduism
Political PartyBharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
Present AddressC-1, Someshwar Tenament, Ranip, Ahmedabad-382480, Gujarat
HometownVadnagar, Bombay State (Now, Gujarat), India
Official Address7, Lok Kalyan Marg (earlier called 7 Race Course Road), New Delhi
SignatureSignature_of_Narendra_Modi

EDUCATION

SchoolHigher Secondary School, Vadnagar, Gujarat
College* Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, India
* University of Delhi, New Delhi, India
Educational Status* SSC exam from Gujarat Board in 1967
* BA in Political Science (a distance-education course from Delhi University)
* MA in Political Science from Gujarat University in 1983

FAVORITE

Food HabitVegetarian
Musicians/SingerLata Mangeshkar
Song* “Jyoti Kalash Chhalke” from the film Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan (1961)
* “O Pawan Veg Se Udne Wale Ghode” from the film Jai Chitod (1961)
BookUnknown
HobbiesDoing Yoga, Reading
ColourWhite
PoliticianSyama Prasad Mukherjee, Atal Bihari Vajpayee
LeaderMohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Swami Vivekananda
LikesReading

Family

FatherNarendra-Modis-Father
Late Damodardas Mulchand Modi
Mothernarendra-modi mother
Heeraben
BrotherSoma(75),
Amrut Modi (72),
Prahlad (62),
Pankaj (57)
Sistermodis Sister
Vasantiben Hasmukhlal Modi
WifeJashodaben-Narendrabhai-Modi
Jashodaben Chimanlal Modi

Electoral history

Election results

YearOfficeConstituencyPartyVotes for Modi%OpponentPartyVotes%
2002Member of the Legislative AssemblyRajkot IIBharatiya Janata Party45,29857.32Ashwinbhai Narbheshankar MehtaIndian National Congress38.68
2002 Maninagar1,13,58973.29Yatinbhai Oza38,25624.68
20071,39,56869.53Dinsha Patel52,40726.11
20121,20,47075.38Shweta Sanjiv Bhat34,09721.34
2014Member of the Lok SabhaVadodara8,45,46472.75Madhusudan Mistry2,75,33623.69
2014Varanasi5,81,02256.37Arvind KejriwalAam Aadmi Party2,09,23820.30
20196,74,66463.62Shalini YadavSamajwadi Party1,95,15918.40

CAREER

Career StartingNarendra Damodardas Modi is an Indian politician serving as the 14th and current prime minister of India since 2014. Modi was the chief minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014 and is a Member of Parliament from Varanasi.
AwardsAwards, Honours, Achievements:
2007: Named the Best Chief Minister in a nationwide survey by India Today

2012: Appeared on the cover of the Asian edition of Time Magazine

2014: Awarded Indian of the Year by CNN-IBN news network; also, Forbes Magazine ranked him the 15th-Most-Powerful Person in the World

2015: Bloomberg Markets Magazine ranked him the 13th-Most-Influential Person in the World; also, named one of Time’s “30 Most Influential People on the Internet” as the second-most-followed politician on Twitter and Facebook

2014&16: Declared winner of the Time magazine reader’s poll for Person of the Year
2016: On 3rd April, honored with the Order of Abdulaziz Al Saud; the highest civilian honor of Saudi Arabia, On 4th June, honored with State Order of Ghazi Amir Amanullah Khan; the highest civilian honor of Afghanistan
2014,15&17: Named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World
2015,16&18: Forbes Magazine ranked him the 9th-Most-Powerful Person in the World
2018: • On 10th February, honored with the Grand Collar of the State of Palestine; the highest civilian honor of Palestine for foreign dignitaries
• On 27th September, awarded the Champions of the Earth Award; the UN’s highest environmental honor, also given to five other individuals and organizations, for his leadership of the International Solar Alliance and pledge to eliminate single-use plastic by 2022
• On 24 October, conferred with the Seoul Peace Prize for 2018 for his contribution to international cooperation and fostering global economic growth.
2019: • On 22 February, he received the prestigious Seoul Peace Prize for 2018.
• On 4 April, he was conferred with Zayed Medal, UAE’s highest civilian award, for giving “a big boost” to the bilateral relations between both countries.
• On 25 September, conferred the ‘Global Goalkeeper’ award by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan launched by his government.
2020: On 21 December, he was awarded the ‘Legion of Merit by U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday for his role in advancing the India-U.S. relationship.
2021: On 24 February, the world’s largest cricket stadium, at Motera in Ahmedabad, was renamed Narendra Modi Stadium; hours before the start of the day-night third Test between India and England. It was also the first international match at the new venue. The stadium was inaugurated by President, In December 2021, the Kingdom of Bhutan awarded Narendra Modi Ngadag Pel gi Khorlo or the Order of The Druk Gyalpo, the highest civilian decoration in Bhutan; with this, he became the first foreigner to receive the coveted award.

State honours

DecorationCountryDateNote
Order of Abdulaziz Al Saud Saudi Arabia3 April 2016Special Class, the highest honour of Saudi Arabia awarded to non-Muslim dignitaries
State Order of Ghazi Amir Amanullah Khan Afghanistan4 June 2016The highest civilian honour of Afghanistan
Grand Collar of the State of Palestine Palestine10 February 2018The highest civilian honour of Palestine
Order of Zayed United Arab Emirates4 April 2019The highest civilian honour of the United Arab Emirates
Order of St. Andrew Russia12 April 2019The highest civilian honour of Russia
Order of the Distinguished Rule of Izzuddin Maldives8 June 2019The highest honour of the Maldives awarded to foreign dignitaries
King Hamad Order of the Renaissance Bahrain24 August 2019First Class, the highest honour of Bahrain awarded to foreign dignitaries
Legion of Merit United States21 December 2020Chief Commander, the highest degree of the Legion of Merit
Order of the Dragon King Bhutan17 December 2021First Class, The highest civilian honour of Bhuta

What is the salary of prime minister of India now?

Prime Minister of India
First holderJawaharlal Nehru
DeputyDeputy Prime Minister
Salary₹280,000 (US$3,700) (per month) ₹3,360,000 (US$44,000) (Annual)
Websitepmindia.gov.in

How can I contact PM of India?

To use it, please visit PM India website (https://pmindia.gov.in) and click the option ‘Write to the Prime Minister’ under the menu ‘Interact with PM’.
PMO Citizen

Who is India’s first Prime Minister?

Jawaharlal Nehru, was 58 when he started the long innings of 17 years as free India’s first Prime Minister.

What is the salary of IAS?

The basic per month salary of an IAS officer starts at Rs.56,100 (TA, DA, and HRA are extra) and can go on to reach Rs.2,50,000 for a Cabinet Secretary. A career in the Indian Administrative Service is one of the most sought-after professions in India.

Who is CM India?

Current Indian chief ministers

State (past chief ministers)NameMinistry
Delhi (list)Arvind KejriwalKejriwal III
Goa (list)Pramod SawantSawant II
Gujarat (list)Bhupendrabhai PatelPatel
Haryana (list)Manohar Lal KhattarKhattar II
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