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Book Title: The Man of the Moment - Narendra Modi
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The Man of the Moment: Narendra Modi unfolds the rollercoaster life and the evolution of a consummate politician who has enlarged the contours of politics in India. Narendra Modi is poised to evolve as the ultimate game-change of Indian politics. His mesmeric hold over Gujarats masses has translated into three consecutive victories in the state assembly elections. Unravel the enigma of Modi - his convictions and motivations, the secret of his amazing stamina, and his propensity to remain unfazed in the face of criticism. Accused of being communal, castigated for engineering the 2002 Gujarat riots and maligned for being a polarizing figure; Modi counterbalances these negatives with his Gujarat model of governance, ability to attract both foreign and Indian investment, and his personal integrity. Indeed, his connect with the youth makes him the strongest challenger to the Congress monopoly in India. Savour the fascinating journey of Modi from an ordinary RSS pracharak to Gujarats longest serving chief minister and now, to a larger role on the national stage as Chairman of BJPs Election Committee for the 2014 general elections... And if several opinion polls and Modis popularity in the social media are anything to go by, as the future prime minister of India! Strong Man of Gujarat to Game-Changer of the Indian political scene -June 2013 has seen the catapulting rise of the man who started out as a humble pracharak of the RSS and a foot soldier of the BJP. While the public at large was still debating whether to join the camp of Modi-takers or Modi-haters, and the BJP itself was arguably acting out the theatre of the absurd, the Gujarati colossus has seized the moment and positioned himself as the dynamo who the youth see as a possible messiah - someone who can deliver the country from the deep rot of stagnation and corruption and give the nation governance and not just political government

Author Name: M.V. Kamath
Reference Number:5928
ISBN: 9789325968387
Number of Pages: 490
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