May 7, 2014

Is Modi Too Big a Man for India?

Kevin Rafferty, Japan Times

The Associated Press

The U.S. has refused to grant him a visa because of lingering questions concerning his responsibility, but Washington would not want to continue denying a visa to someone voted into power by the people of India.

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