Today's India wants a discussion between equals

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi makes an address about a refinery, Feb. 7.
John Sinclair
Published: Wednesday, 02/17/2016 12:00 am EST

A recent vacation exposed me to what is happening in today’s India, a country I have known for many years as full of wonders such as the Taj Mahal, a rich cultural diversity and not least very lively political debate.

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