By - Ramesh Menon
About the Book :
Narendra Modi is one of the most controversial politicians dominating contemporary India. Never before have we had a leader like him, one who is loved and hated in equal measure.
At a time when endemic corruption and weak governance have become major issues, Modi’s image as a decisive leader who can provide a clean administration has catapulted him on to the national stage. Helping his rise are his skills as an orator and claims to development in Gujarat, as also his popularity on social media, knack for attracting the youth, and ability to inspire industry’s confidence.
But, for all his achievements he has also spawned a culture of fear that, too, now risks being replicated. Already living in anxiety are such varied groups as minorities haunted by the ghosts of 2002 and his own party colleagues who feel he will crush them as he consolidates power.
If he becomes prime minister—an ambition that has consumed him for the past many years—Modi will have to walk a tight rope, given that India is a complicated country to rule. Will its most incendiary politician manage to lead a billion people? Or will he just get down to implementing what he thinks is the Hindutva agenda? Modi Demystified takes a hard, unbiased look at the man through his formative years and his decade in power and attempts to answer these questions.
About the author :
Ramesh Menon is an author journalist, educator filmmaker and corporate trainer. Recipient of the prestigious Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism, he began his career with the Times of India as a reporter and has since worked as associate editor of India Today, executive producer at Business India Television and TV Today, roving editor and columnist with DNA.
ISBN : 9789351362616 Price : Rs. 499.00