No-nonsense Modi for PM? Time mag suggests so
The cover of the Time magazine's March 26 issue features Modi, with the caption: 'Modi means business but can he lead India'.
Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi figures on the cover of the forthcoming issue of Time magazine which praises him in an article for development of the state he has been ruling for over a decade but wonders if he can become the Prime Minister.
The cover of the Time magazine's March 26 issue features Modi, with the caption: "Modi means business but can he lead India".
In an article titled Boy From The Backyard, in the forthcoming edition, the US magazines describes Modi as a "controversial, ambitious and shrewd politician". It also mentions his series of day-long Sadbhavana fasts to reach out to the people of the state.
"It's Modi in makeover mode: an act of self-purification, humility and bridge building in a state that is still traumatised by the Hindu-led anti-Muslim massacres of 10 years ago and the flawed investigations in their wake...," the article says.
The Time magazine article says Modi is a firm, "no-nonsense leader" who can steer India out of a "mire of chronic corruption and inefficiency".
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