about Manmohan Singh

Manmohan Singh (Punjabi: [m?n?mo???n ?s????] (listen); born 26 September 1932) is an Indian economist and politician who served as the Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014. The first Sikh in office, Singh was also the first prime minister since Jawaharlal Nehru to be re-elected after completing a full five-year term. Born in Gah (now in Punjab, Pakistan), Singhs family migrated to India during its partition in 1947. After obtaining his doctorate in economics from Oxford, Singh worked for the United Nations during 1966–69. He subsequently began his bureaucratic career when Lalit Narayan Mishra hired him as an advisor in the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Over the 70s and 80s, Singh held several key posts in the Government of India, such as Chief Economic Advisor (1972–76), governor of the Reserve Bank (1982–85) and head of the Planning Commission (1985–87). In 1991, as India faced a severe economic crisis, newly elected Prime Minister P. V. Narasimha Rao surprisingly inducted the apolitical Singh into his cabinet as Finance Minister. Over the next few years, despite strong opposition, he as a Finance Minister carried out several structural reforms that liberalised Indias economy. Although these measures proved successful in averting the crisis, and enhanced Singhs reputation globally as a leading reform-minded economist, the incumbent Congress party fared poorly in the 1996 general election. Subsequently, Singh served as Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha (the upper house of Parliament of India) during the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government of 1998–2004. In 2004, when the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) came to power, its chairperson Sonia Gandhi unexpectedly relinquished the premiership to Manmohan Singh. Singhs first ministry executed several key legislations and projects, including the Rural Health Mission, Unique Identification Authority, Rural Employment Guarantee scheme and Right to Information Act. In 2008, opposition to a historic civil nuclear agreement with the United States nearly caused Singhs government to fall after Left Front parties withdrew their support. Although Indias economy grew rapidly under UPA I, its security was threatened by several terrorist incidents (including the 2008 Mumbai attacks) and the continuing Maoist insurgency. The 2009 general election saw the UPA return with an increased mandate, with Singh retaining the office of Prime Minister. Over the next few years, Singhs second ministry government faced a number of corruption charges—over the organisation of the 2010 Commonwealth Games, the 2G spectrum allocation case and the allocation of coal blocks. After his term ended in 2014 he opted out from the race to the office of the Prime Minister of India during 2014 Indian general election. Singh was never a member of the Lok Sabha but continues to serve as a member of the Parliament of India, representing the state of Assam in the Rajya Sabha for the fifth consecutive term since 1991.

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Manmohan Singh
Name :Manmohan Singh
Date of Birth :26/09/1932 14:00:00
Place of Birth :Jhelum
Ascendent (Lagan) : Sagittarius
Ascendent Lord) : Jup
Moon Sign(Rashi) : Cancer
Moon Sign Lord : Cancer
Birth Star(Nakshatra) : Ashlesha
Birth Star Lord : Mer
Lucky Gem : Ruby
Lucky No. : 5
Lucky Day : Thursday
Lucky Color : Copper Color
Sun Sign (As per western system) : Libra
Current Vimshottari Dasa : Jup-Ket
Manglik Status : You are a Manglik person
Currently Under SadeSati : No
* (R) = Retrograte

Ascendent Prediction

His ascendent (lagan) is Sagittarius
Manmohan Singh is born in sagitarius which is the 9th sign of zodiac and is ruled by jupiter. Manmohan Singh is a good natured person. Manmohan Singh have a nice set of teeth. Manmohan Singh is very wealthy and will enjoy honour and respect. Manmohan Singh is very wise and learned. Manmohan Singh is very popular in His occupation. Manmohan Singh will travel to foreign countries. Manmohan Singh respect elders and literate people. Manmohan Singh is very active. Manmohan Singh will have few children. Manmohan Singh would have had a lot of happiness in His childhood. Manmohan Singh will acquire wealth and honour in the later part of His life. Manmohan Singh will progress after 22 years of age. Manmohan Singh have a long face and is very good looking. His forehead is very prominent. Manmohan Singh have bright eyes. Manmohan Singh is open hearted and generous. Manmohan Singh is very active and bold. Manmohan Singh love sports and recreation. Manmohan Singh is always ambitious to acquire honour and fame. Manmohan Singh will not be very tall and will have an impressive voice. Manmohan Singh attach a lot of importance to His self interest. Manmohan Singh is religious and may be the head of public institutes. Manmohan Singh is interested in philosophy and religious books. Manmohan Singh have an attractive personality. Manmohan Singh is always smiling and is not showy. Manmohan Singh is truth loving and kind hearted. Manmohan Singh is very independent in His thoughts. Manmohan Singh is an expert in judgement. Manmohan Singh have a strong mind. Manmohan Singh will acquire thorough knowledge of subjects. Manmohan Singh is god fearing. Manmohan Singh is laborious and don't like to be idle. As Manmohan Singh were born in this nakshatra Manmohan Singh will be lucky for the family as Manmohan Singh will be very rich but Manmohan Singh will waste His money. Manmohan Singh may turn out to be harmful to His father, mother or others of His age. Manmohan Singh will be an aimless wanderer, sinful, ungrateful, self centered and will have strained relationships with relatives and friends. Manmohan Singh will use His skill in dubious and non productive deals and will be inclined to deceive others. Manmohan Singh will be fond of eating and drinking and will have a large family. Manmohan Singh will have a weak liver. Manmohan Singh will gain after 33 years of age.

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