Narendra Modi has completed one year as India's prime minister after leading his Hindu nationalist party to a landslide victory in 2014's parliamentary elections.

He made a number of pre-election promises under the slogan "Good days are coming" vowing widespread reforms that would reposition India as a global power.

Since assuming office, he has travelled the globe trying to convince investors to tap into India's economic potential. But has he managed to deliver?

Prashant Sawant, an economist at Verisk Maplecroft joins Counting the Cost via Skype to talk about Modi's efforts to turn around India's underperfoming economy.

Source: Al Jazeera