April 4, 2014

Modi Win in India Would Be Terrible for Women

Amrit Wilson, The Guardian

The Associated Press

If Modi is elected, the many struggles rocking India -- including violence against women and state repression -- look likely to intensify.

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TAGGED: India, Narendra Modi

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