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|Title:||20 years on, why the Modi juggernaut keeps rolling in India|
|Citation:||Chaulia, S. (October 06, 2021). 20 years on, why the Modi juggernaut keeps rolling in India. Newsweek.com|
|Abstract:||This Oct. 7 marks 20 years of India's Narendra Modi holding continuous high offices of chief minister and prime minister. He took charge of his native western Indian state of Gujarat on Oct. 7, 2001, and has kept winning election after election at the provincial and national levels ever since. His Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has never lost a race where he himself was on the ballot for all those years, and he maintains a relatively robust level of popularity to this day.|
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