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‘The NaMo Store’ opens, to sell merchandise inspired by Narendra Modi online


A brand new on-line retailer dubbed ‘The Name retailer’ is now selling merchandise impressed by Narendra Modi, the BJP’s high ministerial candidate.

The NaMo retailer contains merchandise like T-shirts; stationary subject matter including desk organizers (paperweight, reminder pad, pen-stand and notebooks), and pen-drives. In keeping with live Mint, there are plans to launch bodily stores in major cities and that the first brick and mortar retailer can be in Ahmadabad.

Reside Mint cites a group member of the net retailer, who stated, “The Name retailer will also be launching their own retail shops throughout totally different cities in India for wider attain in near future. The shops will likely be opening in major cities in India.”

The net retailer is from Take India past Merchandising Pvt. Ltd. which describes itself as a “merchandising model that goes beyond mere earnings”. Notably, the T-shirts to be had on The Name store sport slogans, logos and pictures of Narendra Modi.

In November, a Narendra Modi-impressed game, Modi Run used to be launched on Android at no cost. The game play of Modi Run is in line with the classic Mario series, now not the Temple Run sequence as indicated via the identify; right here Mode’s personality is considered beating obstacles and collecting diamonds at quite a lot of degrees. Interestingly, the developer has named the stages after Indian states.

We have additionally viewed Narendra Modi-impressed smartphones that have been launched in September these 12 months.

On Wednesday, the Congress party introduced that it might create a ‘cyber-army’ to fight BJP’s onslaught on social media. Senior Congress leader, Ahmed Patel established the information, announcing, “We can be growing our cyber military to counter the BJP’s onslaught on social media which has change into necessary in the run-up to the 2014 basic elections.”