Modi And Ayushman Khurana Among 100 Most Influential People In The World

 BJP finds excuse for epidemic to stifle protests

Most of India's prime ministers come from the Hindu community (80% of the country's population), but only Modi is doing such things as if nothing else matters to him, "Vick wrote. Modi came to power with futures of empowerment. His Hindu nationalist BJP rejected not only elitism but also pluralism, targeting Muslims in particular. The epidemic was used as a pretext to suppress protests, and the world's most vibrant democracy was plunged into darkness. 

Ayushman Khurana is also included in the list

Ayushman Khurana is the only India actor to be included in Time's list of 100 most influential people this year. For her, actress Deepika Padukone wrote that Ayushman also penetrates very well into characters who are considered to be stereotypes. He has given many memorable films.

Also the place of Shaheen Bagh's grandmother

Bilkis Bano, 82, who was involved in a protest against citizenship law in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh, has also been included in Time's list. Journalist Rana Ayub writes about him that Bilkis sat on the picket line from 8 am to 12 pm holding a trident in one hand and a garland in the other.

Also included is the name of Google CEO Sundar Pichai

Pichai of Indian origin has also been included in Time's list. It is said that his story from coming to India to work in America and becoming the CEO of a 1 trillion company is special. Which shows what we desire for our society. He has made good use of his natural qualities.

Top 10 Celebrities on Time's List

  • Narendra Modi, Prime Minister
  • Donald Trump, President of the United States
  • Jeo Biden, American presidential candidate
  • Kamala Harris, US Vice Presidential Candidates
  • Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the US House of Representatives
  • Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany
  • Xi Jinping, President of China
  • Naomi Osaka, a tennis player from Japan
  • Beautiful Pichai, CEO of Google
  • Ayushman Khurana, Actor
  • Ravindra Gupta, Professor of Clinical Microbiology at Cambridge University


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