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Hundreds of millions of Indians are going to the polls over six weeks to vote for their next government. The Guardianâ€™s south Asia correspondent, Michael Safi, heads out on the trail as the prime minister, Narendra Modi, makes a national security case for re-election amid criticism over his handling of the economy. Plus: John Crace on what he learnt from attending a Nigel Farage rally. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
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Narendra Modiâ€™s Bharatiya Janata Party and its allies won Indiaâ€™s elections by a landslide last week. Will the Modi government use this â€œsecond chanceâ€ to strengthen Indiaâ€™s economy?
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The Rise of Modi: Indias Rightward Turn
Indiaâ€™s prime minister, Narendra Modi, has governed as a right-wing populist whose nationalist message has often pitted Hindus against Muslims. We look at what Mr. Modiâ€™s likely re-election this week tells us about the countryâ€™s political future. Guest: Jeffrey Gettleman, the South Asia bureau chief for The New York Times. For more information on todayâ€™s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Background reading: Mr. Modiâ€™s Hindu nationalist politics and his efforts to project a strong image of India abroad appeared to have played well among the countryâ€™s 900 million registered voters, according to exit polls.The results of the election may reveal not just a decision on Mr. Modi but also a deeper one on what kind of government India really wants.