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DHO saal baad
In 2014, the chorus Abki Baar Modi Sarkar reverberated India. So much so that for the first time since 1984, the citizens voted a party to power with an absolute majority. Narendra Modi promised a lot and the nation chose to eat out of his hand with alacrity. Two years on, it is work-in-progress. He is at full throttle without a doubt. Two years is 40 per cent of his five-year term as Prime Minister. Itís time to take stock, like we did last year. And heads up, I would say itís like a curatorís egg: good in parts. This is the fourth in a series. The first three were Tasks before the new government: Bakerís dozen (April 2014), History Beckons Modi (June 2014) and NDA Anniversary: 365 degree appraisal (June 2015)... When he took over office as Indiaís first ever post-independence born Prime Minister, we listed our expectations from the new government in our cover story of June 2014 issue. Hereís a reality check.

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DHO saal baad
In 2014, the chorus Abki Baar Modi Sarkar reverberated India. So much so that for the first time since 1984, the citizens voted a party to power with an absolute majority. Narendra Modi promised a lot and the nation chose to eat out of his hand with alacrity. Two years on, it is work-in-progress. He is at full throttle without a doubt. Two years is 40 per cent of his five-year term as Prime Minister. Itís time to take stock, like we did last year. And heads up, I would say itís like a curatorís egg: good in parts. This is the fourth in a series. The first three were Tasks before the new government: Bakerís dozen (April 2014), History Beckons Modi (June 2014) and NDA Anniversary: 365 degree appraisal (June 2015)... When he took over office as Indiaís first ever post-independence born Prime Minister, we listed our expectations from the new government in our cover story of June 2014 issue. Hereís a reality check.

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