Analysis: What to expect if India's Modi gets a second term?

'India's Divider-in-Chief' is how Time magazine billed PM Modi. Author Aatish Taseer speaks to Al Jazeera about it.

    As India enters the final phase of its mammoth general election, the Time magazine put Prime Minister Narendra Modi on its cover with the words: "India's Divider-in-Chief"

    Aatish Taseer is a journalist and author of several books, including The Twice-Born: Life and Death on the Ganges.

    He speaks to Al Jazeera about the Hindu nationalist fervour Modi helped fan, and what an increasingly sectarian India would look like if Modi had another term.


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