When India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi was elected in May, the world watched in amazement as the country transformed into the world’s second most populous democracy.
Its leaders, led by a woman, made their mark.
India’s economy grew by 3.5% last year, its citizens are among the world ‘s most educated and most affluent, and its government has set a global benchmark for gender parity in governance.
But the country’s political landscape has been mired in political uncertainty and a host of other challenges.
In this column, The Times takes a look at how India has become the world ”trouble”’, writes Kirit Somaiya. READ MORE: