If I have to describe the India-US relationship in a single word, I will say we are natural allies. I think the relationship between India and US, and the two countries in themselves, have played an enormously important role and continue to play an important role in strengthening democratic values a
The previous Governments took pride in making laws, but I am happier removing laws. Let's open the windows, let some fresh air come in.
The beauty of e-governance is that a few keystrokes can bring smiles on a million faces.
Mahatma Gandhi never compromised on cleanliness. He gave us freedom. We should give him a clean India.
I have not come to Kashi to seek votes but to connect with the people and understand their problems.
The 'Idea of India' is an India of opportunity and aspiration. An India where: all are prosperous and happy, all are free from illness.
Information, education, skills, healthcare, livelihood, financial inclusion, small and village enterprises, opportunities for women, conservation of natural resources, distributed clean energy - entirely new possibilities have emerged to change the development model.
India is a 2 trillion dollar economy today. Can we not dream of an India with a 20 trillion dollar economy?
Until teachers get their due it is difficult to bring about a change.
Elections are a festival of democracy. Everyone must join this festival of democracy and strengthen it.
We want to make nation-building a people's movement.
We will explore the mysteries of science and harness the power of technology and innovation. We will realise the opportunities of the digital world. Our youth will learn more from - and with - each other.
Can't India dream of exporting teachers of high calibre? Can't we instil the desire in children to become great teachers?
Good governance is treating development as a mass movement in order to see that fruits of development reach the poor and the downtrodden.
Jan Dhan Yojana is at the core of our philosophy of 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas' & we will work towards its success.
The young generation of today is globally connected. They want to live in an equitable and efficient India. We have to be ready for this, and work for this.
India does not need to become anything else. India must become only India. This is a country that once upon a time was called the golden bird.
Respecting religions is not simply a question of universal tolerance; it is a question of believing that all religions are true.
All of us have to ensure that our future generations lead a life of peace, dignity and mutual respect. We need to sow the seeds of a conflict-free world, and in this endeavour, Buddhism and Hinduism have a great contribution.
Time has come to show India's strength to the world. Lets recognise our demographic dividend & present image of a Skilled India to the world.
We must question why the smartest students don't choose to become teachers.
We need to make India capable, prosperous.
BJP is not going to the people only to form a government. We have come to the people to give stability and a development oriented government.
Government systems suffer from two weaknesses. They are complex. And they are slow. We need to change this. Our systems need to be made sharp, effective, fast and flexible. This requires simplification of processes and having trust in citizens. This needs a Policy Driven State.
It is my absolute belief that Indians have unlimited talent. I have no doubt about our capabilities.
Our culture is our strength be it music, dance, poetry or anything, and these are very precious.
It is our priority to win the hearts of people of Jammu and Kashmir. That could only be achieved through development and their welfare. We have a responsibility to see that people of the state are prosperous. We are not talking about Hindus or Muslims, but the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Developmen
Politics is not a profession, it is a service. I want to keep working more for the Nation not because of the designation, but because people of India are my family.
Before I became a chief minister, I never thought that one day I'd be the chief minister.
There is no question in the fact that India has a global responsibility, and the coming "Gyan Yug" would see India play a pivotal role, using the strengths of its democracy and demographic dividend.