Published in the International Journal of Communication, the research carried out by University of Michigan (UM) School of Information study analysed more than 9,000 tweets by Modi over a six-year period.
The latest advertisement, released yesterday on the Facebook page of the Gujarat BJP, after getting a clearance from the EC, uses the word "yuvraj" (prince) to target the Congress leader.
The former defence minister yesterday accused the government of pushing out around 40,000 Rohingyas when they were seeking help and care.
“What went unnoticed that day was that Shah drove an hour west after that to the town of Vyara in Tapi district. Here, he addressed thousands of BJP workers, most of whom were from Scheduled Tribes. This was significant because it is a shift in Gujarat politics. The BJP now wants to pull tribals away from the Congress,” said tribal activist Romel Sutariya.
The BJP's central election committee meeting, chaired by Shah, was also attended by state Chief Minister Vijay Rupani.
The former Union minister said that although the Modi government took steps such as demonetisation and the "half- cooked" GST, it did not pay heed to the people's problems caused by the note ban.
Modi at 88 per cent is 30 points ahead of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi (58 per cent), 31 points ahead of Congress president Sonia Gandhi (57 per cent) and 49 points ahead of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal (39 per cent), said the survey conducted between February 21 and March 10 this year.
TMC leader Anubrata Mondol on Wednesday alleged that Leader of Opposition assembly Abdul Mannan and CPI-M leader Bikash Bhattacharya were trying to "play dirty politics" with land near Bolpur.
National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah on Wednesday made another controversial statement saying Pakistan was "not weak to allow India to take that part of Jammu and Kashmir under its occupation".
Khattar also stated that the intercity buses would be made to run on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). Of these, this would include a new fleet of 500 buses running on CNG in Gurgaon.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday said the Goods and Services Tax (GST) will benefit the economy of the country but the Congress was against higher tax slab.
Kamat, who was the state Mines Minister when the alleged illegality happened, had been quizzed by the crime branch in the past as well.
Ravi Shankar, who announced earlier this week that he was involved as a mediator in the Ram temple dispute of his own will and would visit Ayodhya to meet all stakeholders, said he wanted unity and amity.
As the decisive Gujarat assembly election nears, Congress has stepped up work on its manifesto that would hinge on empowerment of women to fetch more support for the party.
Criticising Finance Minister Arun Jaitley over imposing a "deeply flawed" Goods and Service Tax (GST), Yashwant Sinha yesterday said countrymen can rightly demand he quit for the hardships caused and also felt that he is a "burden" on the people of Gujarat.
Earlier in the day, CPI, a key constituent of the ruling LDF in Kerala, boycotted the cabinet meeting where embattled transport minister Thomas Chandy is also likely to be present.
Confirming the development, sources in the BJP said the script of the advertisement did not link the word to any individual.
This was stated by Chandy after a nearly 40 minute meeting with Vijayan at Cliff House, the CM's official residence here this morning. Chandy told reporters at the Secretariat that the chief minister will take a decision on his (Chandy's) resignation after getting a copy of the division bench judgement.
"There were many 'shahensha' (king) who brought their own currency. Some even kept previous currency in circulation while introducing the new one. But, there was a shahenshah 700 years back - Muhammad Bin Tughlaq - who introduced his own (currency) while discontinuing the old currency," he said at a function here.
Chidambaram said development had indeed "gone crazy" in Gujarat, and criticised the BJP government in the state for leading what he called a "skewed, unfair, unjust and inequitable growth".
“Rozgaar (employment) aur naukri (jobs) do bohot alag cheezein hain,” Shah said during Network18's 'Agenda Gujarat' event. Elaborating on this point, the BJP party president said that thinking that all Indians would someday get jobs was not a practical thought.
The six MLAs, who had joined BJP in August this year, had formally handed over a letter to the speaker on November 8 requesting him to officially recognise them as BJP legislators.
Guwahati has been chosen for the maiden launch of this pan-India service on November 16 in presence of Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, Founder and Managing Director Flaps Aviation Pvt Ltd, Captain Amit Kumar, said.
Gujarat will head to polls in two phases on December 9 and December 14. The vote counting will happen alongside Himachal Pradesh on December 18.
Singh claimed he failed to understand why the Delhi chief minister was trying to force his hand, knowing well that any such discussion would be "meaningless and futile".