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Comments of the year 2015 Featured

2015 year has witnessed more popular comments from different people from different fields, of them some of the comments gets appreciations across the world and vice versa some of the comments from celebrities became controversy of the year such as given follows:

 Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi spoke that “Start-up India, stand up India" on offering incentives to boost entrepreneurship and job creation in his Independence Day address. It get the big applause in political and business world in Indian. Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said "My name is Raghuram Rajan and I do what I do.” after the interest rate cut in September, which brought down repo rate to 6.75 per cent, the lowest in four-and-half-years. Recently, nation has witnessed the AICC President Sonia Gandhi brave heart in ‘National Herald’s’ Case.  She said "I am the daughter-in-law of Indira Gandhi; I am not scared of anyone.” invoking the legacy of late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Another most controversial comment of the year is came out from Bollywood Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan that “When I chat with Kiran (Aamir’s wife) at home, she says ‘Should we move out of India? ‘on the growing intolerance in India. Equally Aamir Khan faced the anger from his own film fraternity along with others that Bollywood actor Actor Anupam Kher Anupam Kher.

 He questioned him that “Did you ask Kiran which country she would like to move out to? Did you tell her that this country has made you Aamir Khan”, in response to Aamir Khan’s statement on growing intolerance in India. This is interestingly from one of the India’s mass leader who yields from corner state like bihar, RJD Chief Lalu Prasad Yadav. He said “I am the biggest tantric.”  He commented like this after Union Minister Giriraj Singh released a video showing Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar meeting a 'tantrik'.

 This is from one of the strong lady politicians from BJP as well as India i.e. Sushma Swaraj. She expressed India’s stand on Kashmir issue counter to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's proposed four-point new peace initiative at the UNGA that is  "We do not need four points (from Pakistan) we need just one — give up terrorism and let us sit down and talk." Its more interesting if we came to know that US President Barack Obama quotes a dialogue from Hindi film'Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge' while addressing a Town hall event on his visit to India in January that "Senorita, bade bade deshon mein...or something. You know what I mean."  Similarly Malala, who stood inspiration for female education in worldwide, said that  “I am Malala. But I am also Shazia. I am Kainat. I am Kainat Soomro. I am Mezon. I am Amina. I am those 66 million girls who are deprived of education. And today I am not raising my voice, it is the voice of those 66 million girls.”

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