Thursday, November 20, 2014

Re: [prpoint] Narendra Modi's recent visit to Australia - Statesman cum Rock Star image


Dear Srinivasan

Thanks for sharing the interview.  It looks like Modi has captivated the entire 21000-strong crowd.  He has a clear vision and approach which only make him express clearly.  This clarity in thought coupled with the oratory skills make him deliver so effectively.

Muralidharan has given a first person account of the situation there.  His 2-minute 'national anthem' video clipping expressed what pages of description may not be able to depict.
V. Rajendran
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On Wednesday, November 19, 2014 8:47 PM, "Prime Point Srinivasan [prpoint]" wrote:


The recent visit of the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, to Australia and other countries to participate in the G20 Summit has raised eyebrows of many international leaders. His speeches at the G20 Summit and the Australian Parliament has promoted the image of India among the world leaders. After Obama, Modi was the much sought after leader for individual meetings by many leaders.

The visit of an Indian Prime Minister to Australia after 28 years has raised hopes among the Indian Australian community. Six hundred volunteers, mainly youth, worked for nearly two months non-stop to arrange the big event in Sydney, where Modi spoke. More than 21,000 people attended the meeting, addressed by Modi in the evening of the 17th of November, 2014. A special train named 'Modi Express' was run between Melbourne and Sydney to enable people to attend the Modi speech. Besides, a large number of native Australians too attended the event. Gujarati Muslims, dressed in traditional attire, were also present at the event.

On behalf of primepoint political blog, I interviewed Prof. Murali Dharan, an Indian Australian, living in Sydney for more than 30 years. The interview was conducted through email.

Prof. Murali is a senior Management Professor and also the Chair of the Education Industry Chapter of Australia India Business Council, which had organised Modi's Melbourne meet with top business leaders. 

Prof. Murali talks about the impression gained by Indians and Australians during the visit and also the communication style of Modi.

Please read the interview at

K. Srinivasan


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