May 18, 2014

India's Moment

Geeta Anand & Gordon Fairclough, Wall Street Journal

The Associated Press

The world's largest democracy makes a statement at the polls: No to corruption, bureaucracy and dynastic politics, and yes to Narendra Modi's promise of a country ready to do business.

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TAGGED: Narendra Modi, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), India

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