Salman Rushdie is both right and wrong about India
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The end of bipartisan consensus on Indian foreign policy?
He understands that a political party survives on ideology, but ideology withers if it is not nourished by ideas that work
The principles that drive the Modi momentum
Before he became India’s prime minister, Modi was India’s chief minister
The remaking of India
The state’s new chief minister is a politician who has risen through the ranks
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