Narendra Modi

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Rahul Gandhi’s yatra: how a 2,200-mile march revitalised India’s ailing opposition
Congress has faced bruising electoral defeats, but Gandhi’s pilgrimage across the country has breathed life into historic party

Hannah Ellis-Petersen in Punjab

27, Jan, 2023 @7:32 AM

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Indian ban on BBC Modi film puts Musk’s Twitter ‘free speech’ vow to the test
Use of emergency laws sheds light on fragile and fractious place social media such as Twitter now occupy in country

Hannah Ellis-Petersen South Asia correspondent

25, Jan, 2023 @2:14 PM

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India invokes emergency laws to ban BBC Modi documentary
Government accused of ‘censorship’ over ban on film about PM’s role in violence during 2002 Gujarat riots

Hannah Ellis-Petersen in Delhi

23, Jan, 2023 @7:59 AM

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TV tonight: a sobering look at Narendra Modi’s treatment of India’s Muslims
A two-parter examines the impact of the hard-right populist’s Hindu nationalism. Plus: 24 Hours in A&E. Here’s what to watch tonight

Phil Harrison, Danielle De Wolfe, Jack Seale and Ellen E Jones

17, Jan, 2023 @6:20 AM

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Modi’s BJP clinches landslide election victory in Gujarat
Bharatiya Janata party claims biggest electoral success on record in prime minister’s home state

Hannah Ellis-Petersen in Delhi

08, Dec, 2022 @3:57 PM

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Billionaire Modi ally on verge of taking over independent Indian news channel
Gautam Adani’s takeover of NDTV is ‘serious threat to democracy’ in India, says news anchor

Hannah Ellis-Petersen in Delhi

01, Dec, 2022 @1:39 PM

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The Guardian view on Modi’s India: the danger of exporting Hindu chauvinism | Editorial
Editorial: New Delhi’s foreign policy won’t be insulated from its domestic politics, which demonise India’s 200 million Muslims

Editorial

27, Nov, 2022 @6:08 PM

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The Great Abandonment: the extraordinary exodus of India’s migrant labourers
In 2020, the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, announced one of the harshest Covid lockdowns in the world, causing nearly 200 million migrant labourers to be stranded without wages, food and housing. Many undertook long journeys to return to their home villages, while others, caught in limbo with their families, were forced to wait, living on the street or under flyovers they had once laboured to build. And as workers’ rights eroded, the push for unionisation gathered momentum in the country. Filmed in Mumbai, this documentary reveals the deep divide between those who have and those who do not, while questioning the actions of India’s leader

Shirley Abraham, Amit Madheshiya, Lindsay Poultonand Laurence Topham

23, Nov, 2022 @12:00 PM

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Sunak hints he will slow down progress on India trade deal
Prime minister says UK should not sacrifice quality for speed as he seeks to improve terms at G20 talks

Jessica Elgot in Bali

15, Nov, 2022 @10:30 PM

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‘Groundbreaking milestone’: world reacts to Rishi Sunak as new British PM
World leaders laud significance of victory as first person of colour takes the reins at 10 Downing Street

Jon Henley and Samantha Lock

25, Oct, 2022 @1:15 PM

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Indian minister calls for abolition of 1,500 laws dating back to Raj
Archaic laws include fining those who fail to beat a drum to beat back locusts or report money found in street

Amrit Dhillon in Delhi

25, Oct, 2022 @8:47 AM

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Modi employs new tool in India’s war against the English language: Hindi medical degrees
Ever since it came to power, the BJP has have taken intermittent pot shots at English, branding it a ‘colonial relic’ surrounded by a ‘slavish mentality’

Amrit Dhillon in New Delhi

22, Oct, 2022 @4:00 AM

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