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Have a look at some of the weirdest remarks made by Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar
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    Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has apparently become a new loose cannon in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet.
    Parikar, an IIT graduate and one of the most eligible ministers, is once again in news because of his controversial remark, this time regarding the narrow shape of the eyes of Ganesha idols imported from China.
    “I found that nowadays the eyes (of Ganesha idols) are becoming smaller and smaller. One day I turned it back and found Made in China,” he told an audience at the Vivekananda International Foundation.
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  • +6 See more slides
    Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has apparently become a new loose cannon in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet.
    Parikar, an IIT graduate and one of the most eligible ministers, is once again in news because of his controversial remark, this time regarding the narrow shape of the eyes of Ganesha idols imported from China.
    “I found that nowadays the eyes (of Ganesha idols) are becoming smaller and smaller. One day I turned it back and found Made in China,” he told an audience at the Vivekananda International Foundation.
    CHECK OUT MORE…
  • +6 See more slides
    Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has apparently become a new loose cannon in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet.
    Parikar, an IIT graduate and one of the most eligible ministers, is once again in news because of his controversial remark, this time regarding the narrow shape of the eyes of Ganesha idols imported from China.
    “I found that nowadays the eyes (of Ganesha idols) are becoming smaller and smaller. One day I turned it back and found Made in China,” he told an audience at the Vivekananda International Foundation.
    CHECK OUT MORE…
  • +6 See more slides
    Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has apparently become a new loose cannon in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet.
    Parikar, an IIT graduate and one of the most eligible ministers, is once again in news because of his controversial remark, this time regarding the narrow shape of the eyes of Ganesha idols imported from China.
    “I found that nowadays the eyes (of Ganesha idols) are becoming smaller and smaller. One day I turned it back and found Made in China,” he told an audience at the Vivekananda International Foundation.
    CHECK OUT MORE…
  • +6 See more slides
    Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has apparently become a new loose cannon in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet.
    Parikar, an IIT graduate and one of the most eligible ministers, is once again in news because of his controversial remark, this time regarding the narrow shape of the eyes of Ganesha idols imported from China.
    “I found that nowadays the eyes (of Ganesha idols) are becoming smaller and smaller. One day I turned it back and found Made in China,” he told an audience at the Vivekananda International Foundation.
    CHECK OUT MORE…
  • +6 See more slides
    Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has apparently become a new loose cannon in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet.
    Parikar, an IIT graduate and one of the most eligible ministers, is once again in news because of his controversial remark, this time regarding the narrow shape of the eyes of Ganesha idols imported from China.
    “I found that nowadays the eyes (of Ganesha idols) are becoming smaller and smaller. One day I turned it back and found Made in China,” he told an audience at the Vivekananda International Foundation.
    CHECK OUT MORE…
  • +6 See more slides
    Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has apparently become a new loose cannon in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet.
    Parikar, an IIT graduate and one of the most eligible ministers, is once again in news because of his controversial remark, this time regarding the narrow shape of the eyes of Ganesha idols imported from China.
    “I found that nowadays the eyes (of Ganesha idols) are becoming smaller and smaller. One day I turned it back and found Made in China,” he told an audience at the Vivekananda International Foundation.
    CHECK OUT MORE…

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