HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS INDIA
|Number of Pages||396 Pages|
|Dimensions (Cms)||21.5 x 3.2 x 14.5|
'An intrepid account of how the NaMo effect mesmerized voters across the country' -- Indian Express 'Sardesai documents how this was a truly TIMO -- There Is Modi Only -- election ... More than in 2014, this election was truly presidential in nature' -- Hindustan Times If the 2014 elections changed India, the 2019 polls might well have defined what 'new India' is likely to be all about, as Narendra Modi and the BJP-led NDA coalition were voted back to power with an overwhelming majority. In his bestselling book, Rajdeep Sardesai relives the excitement of the many twists and turns that took place over the intervening five years, culminating in the 2019 election results, and helps the reader make sense of the contours and characteristics of a rapidly changing India, its politics and its newsmakers. Now available in a paperback edition with a new Afterword that brings the story right up to the present, 2019: How Modi Won India is a book that makes for fascinating, compelling reading.