April 28, 2014

India's Voters Won't Get Fooled Again

Ravi Agrawal, CNN

The Associated Press

Indians may want accountability and change, but it's too soon to tell which way that will manifest itself. It remains unclear whether Indians will vote for their regional interests, or cast their ballot thinking about a macro national picture.

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