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Modi: a bibliography

Bharatiya Janata Party. Election Manifesto 2014. Ek Bharat: Shreshtha Bharat, Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas, New Delhi, BJP, 2014

Barnes, Tom. “Indian Labour Movements under Modi.” Gilded Age, edited by Ivan Franceschini and Nicholas Loubere, ANU Press, Australia, 2018, pp. 186–189. JSTOR,

Charrin, Eve « Inde, une croissance inéquitable », Alternatives économiques, vol. 346, no. 5, 2015, pp. 42-42.

Girish Patel. “Narendra Modi’s One-Day Cricket: What and Why?” Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 37, no. 48, 2002, pp. 4826–4837. JSTOR, JSTOR,

Heuzé, Djallal Gérard. « Évolutions socioreligieuses en Inde. Entre durcissements et médiatisation », Revue Tiers Monde, vol. 204, no. 4, 2010, pp. 147-163.

Jaffrelot, C., Inde : national-populisme et démocratie ethnique, Paris, Fayard, 2019.

Jaffrelot, C. “L’Inde en route vers la démocratie ethnique”, in Alain Dieckhoff et Philippe Portier (dir.), Religion et Politique, (Collection « L’enjeu mondial »), Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, 2017, pp. 117 – 128.

— (2016) Narendra Modi between Hindutva and subnationalism: The Gujarati asmita of a Hindu Hriday Samrat, India Review, 15:2, 196-217, DOI: 10.1080/14736489.2016.1165557

— (2014) « Nationalisme hindou, libéralisme économique et populisme high-tech », Manière de voir, vol. 134, no. 4, 2014, pp. 44-44.

— (2008) « Le Gujarat de Narendra Modi : les leçons d’une victoire électorale », Critique internationale, vol. 40, no. 3, 2008, pp. 9-25.

— (2008) “Gujarat: The Meaning of Modi’s Victory.” Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 43, no. 15, 2008, pp. 12–17. JSTOR, JSTOR,

— (2003)  « Les violences entre hindous et musulmans au Gujarat (Inde) en 2002 : émeutes d’état, pogromes et réaction antijihadiste », Revue Tiers Monde, vol. 174, no. 2, 2003, pp. 345-367.

C. Jaffrelot et Sanjay Kumar, “The Impact of Urbanization on the Electoral Results of the 2014 Indian Elections: With Special reference to the BJP Vote”, in « Understanding India’s 2014 Elections », Studies in Indian Politics, vol. 3, no 1, June 2015, pp.39-49.

Jenkins, R. et J. Manor, Politics and the right to work: India’s National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, Londres, Hurst, 2017.

Jha, P., How the BJP wins. Inside India’s greatest election machine, Delhi, Juggernaut, 2017

Lokniti-CSDS, National Election Survey (NES), 2014. Adapté de C. Jaffrelot, “The
Class Element in the 2014 Indian Election and the BJP’s Success with Special Reference to
the Hindi Belt”, in « Understanding India’s 2014 Elections », Studies in Indian Politics, vol.
3, no 1, June 2015, pp. 19 – 38.

Saint-Mézard, Isabelle. « L’Inde de Modi : un « développement pour tous » », Politique étrangère, vol. Été, no. 2, 2018, pp. 79-88.

Sinha, Aseema « India’s New Porous State: Blurred Boundaries and the Evolving Business-State Relationship », in Christophe Jaffrelot, Atul Kohli and Kanta Murali (dir.), Business and Politics in India, New York, Oxford University Press, 2019.

Suhrud, Tridip. “Modi and Gujarati ‘Asmita’.” Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 43, no. 1, 2008, pp. 11–13. JSTOR, JSTOR,

TELTUMBDE, ANAND. “Gujarat 2002 and Modi’s Misdeeds.” Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 47, no. 11, 2012, pp. 10–11. JSTOR, JSTOR,

Thorat, S.K., “Dalits in Post-2014 India: Wide Gap between Promise and Action”, in A. Chatterji, T. Blom Hansen et C. Jaffrelot (eds), Majoritarian state. What Hindu nationalism is doing to India, Londres, Hurst, 2019.

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Ab Ki Baar Trump Sarkar endorsement. 

21 August 2014. Modi delivers a specch on India’s 68th Independence Day in New Delhi on rape and violence in India
Modi at election campaign in Moradabad, UP, 2017
Modi responds to President’s speech in Lok Sabha, June 2011
Launch of book titled “Hindus under seige: the way out” by Subramanian Swamy- Sep 2006
RSS Mohan Bhagwat addressed a ‘hunkar sabha’ in Nagpur, Nov 2018– that the Supreme Court hasten verdict about Ayodhya …

Yogi Adityanath Talking About the Caste System in India.

Narendra Modi- in surveys

Mood of the Nation Surveys (Lokniti, Programme for Comparative Democracy)

The Lokniti-CSDS-ABP News Mood of the Nation surveys show Mr.Narendra Modi’s decreasing popularity. From a fairly comfortable position in May 2017, Mr.Modi and his government have been subject to an ascendent anti-incumbency sentiment. The people are increasingly dissatisfied with the Modi government’s performance, increasingly believe that Acche Din have not arrived, Vikas (development) has been absent or for the few instead of the many. The opposition has gained a lot of ground in terms of popularity with Rahul Gandhi’s popularity increasing with passing time just as Narendra Modi’s popularity declines. Even though Modi still remains the most favoured to become the next prime minister among his rivals, his hold is slowly and steadily decreasing. These could be because of rural distress, rising fuel prices, falling rupee, unorganised implementation of the GST bill, demonetisation, law and order failures, Rafalegate and the huge costs of building the Patel statue. The state election in late 2018 would be highly indicative of the staying power of the Modi wave. This is primarily because in all the three states going to the polls, Modi’s popularity remains high. It remains to be seen whether that converts into votes for the BJP.

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Modi making speech …
At an RSS gathering
Masks of Modi
Statues As Selfies

Source: ‘Statues As Selfies‘ Aakash Joshi, Indian Express, 
November 20, 2018
Modi celebrates with Diwali soldiers to show support, and valuing their patriotsm October 2017
Japan PM in Varanasi: Shinzo Abe, Narendra Modi witness Ganga aarti at ghat
PM Shinzo Abe and PM Modi take a selfie as they attend the aarti ceremony on the banks of the Ganga river at Varanasi, December 2018 
« Eternal friendship » Official sign-board welcoming French President Macron’s visit to Varanasi, Date 2018
Modi with Obama at Republic Day event, Date

N. Modi hugging B. Netanjahu

Campaigning materia

Internet memes, accessed 19/05/2017