Narendra Modi: Man who changed political discourse in 2013

January 2014
India Today;1/6/2014, p2
The article presents information on Narendra Modi, the Bhartiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate for the 2014 elections in India. It discusses the impact of Modi on the political discourse in 2013, and his efforts to win the voters of different communities including Muslims, by making promises of development and modernization. It also focuses on his role in the Party's success in recent assembly elections.


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