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The News Minute| September 2, 2014| 5.40 pm IST It's 100 days of Modi government and where else will the most pitched battle between supporters and critics be fought... Obviously, on Twitter. It was actually a battle for hashtags. As BJP and PM Modi 'bhakts' flooded timelines with #100AccheDin, Congress, AAP and 'sickulars' stuck to asking #WhereisBlackMoney, citing examples of #100DaysIndiaPays.  Anand Sharma says Home Min wasn't allowed to appoint personal secy. He forgot under UPA the PM even wasn't allowed to speak! #100AccheDin — Debarati (@debarati_m) September 2, 2014 No one can deny #100accheDin but I wonder if such "report cards" were reckoned by media for any other previous govts. #PsuedoSecularMedia — Shivali (@shivali1223) September 2, 2014 How Achche Din dawned for Std XI and XII students in Baramulla #100DaysReportCard #100AccheDin #100DaysofPMNaMo pic.twitter.com/LH6gJAxFK4 — shailendra singh (@shaksingh) September 2, 2014 Promoted use of Hindi and other Indian languages by himself speaking in Hindi even with international dignitaries #100AccheDin — ●Keep Smiling● (@upma23) September 2, 2014 India asks #WhereIsBlackMoney while media says #BadhaiHo to the not so new Government! pic.twitter.com/Y6EzvnRDuI — Aam Aadmi Party (@AamAadmiParty) September 2, 2014 Will Ramdev still support Modi? #WhereIsBlackMoney — divyang baldota (@DivyangBaldota) September 2, 2014 Will @BJPRajnathSingh or @Swamy39 or @yogrishiramdev or @PMOIndia tell, #WhereIsBlackMoney. We want to say #BadhaiHo to them! — Ankit Lal (@ankitlal) September 2, 2014 13 th fail Smrithi Irani had the longest satisfactory course of 6 days. #100DaysIndiaPays #WhereIsBlackMoney — Arun Mysore (@arunmsk) September 2, 2014 #100DaysIndiaPays attention to Dinanath Batra, Ved Pratap Vaidik and Yogi Adityanath, a perfect #facepalm trio. — Dipankar #LDL (@deep_anchor) September 2, 2014 36.5 Cr BPL Indians who don't hv food to eat are watching on TV Modi is singing, dancing, gossiping in Japan. #100DaysIndiaPays — Vinod Mehta (@DrunkVinodMehta) September 2, 2014 These small incidents (rapes) lead to billion dollars loss in tourism. #100DaysIndiaPays — Priyanka Chaturvedi (@priyankac19) September 2, 2014

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