PM Narendra Modi & Delhi’s newly elected CM Arvind Kejriwal was selected as the 100 most influential people around the world by the American’s famous Time magazine in an internet online poll.
According to the Magazine, Vladimir Putin selected as the winner of the Time’s 100 Most Influential People of 2015 online survey. He suggested rapper and singer CL (South Korean group 2NE1 woman) in the first place with 6.95% of votes compete in the last tally. Pop stars Lady Gaga, Rihanna and sweet Taylor Swift got 2.6%, 1.9%, and 1.8% respectively.
While the complete official list of the Time’s 100 Most Influential People is yet to be released this week, the editors of Time had readers asked for the people in business, entertainment, politics, technology for online voting, religion, science, and other sector, that “the world has changed in the last year, for better or worse.”
However PM Narendra Modi only got 0.6% vote, with only 34% of those who voted in favor of him and 66% voted against him.
Time, said the leader “populist”, which promised last year came to power, to boost economic impact of India, has important economic reforms initiated and restored close relations with the United States to life, welcoming President Obama January after a ” Rock Star “visit to the United States last year.
Kejriwal was 0.5%, with 71% saying that voters should not be on the list. Time’s, said after a brief stint as chief minister of Delhi in 2013, he brought his anti-establishment Aam Aadmi Party in a “defeat of the two major political parties in the Assembly elections Delhi.”
Other winners include in this online poll are Hillary Clinton, Dalai Lama, Malala Yousafzai, beautiful Emma Watson, Francisco, US President Obama and Michelle Obama, Mark Zuckerberg, Apple’s Tim Cook & Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The list also includes the United States Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, who is from India, an advocate of health care reform was in his post amid opposition from the National Rifle Association for the comments he had made earlier elected on arms control as a public health problem.
Also on the list is the head of Microsoft, in India Satya Nadella, who said the time is “the” software company born revitalized by the introduction of new ideas, such as the Office of the iPad and virtual reality helmet prototype.