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Shades of Saffron: From Vajpayee To Modi Hardcover – 19 Jun 2018
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One of India's best-known political analysts, Saba Naqvi is the author of two books, In Good Faith (2012; an exploration of India's pluralistic traditions in an age of identity politics) and Capital Conquest (2015, which examined the sudden rise of the citizen’s party AAP). The former political editor of Outlook magazine, Naqvi is now a columnist and a familiar face on television as an election analyst and commentator.
Her core area of expertise is the BJP, which she has covered for two decades. Witness to the swearing-in ceremonies of two BJP prime ministers, Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Narendra Modi, she has had a ring-side view of the rise of the party.
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But I wish it had been edited more carefully. For example it was Rs 1000 bank notes that ceased to be legal tender after demonitisation, NOT Rs 2000 bank notes. And, the phrase " as mentioned earlier" occurs a number of times. It detracts from the smooth rhythm that builds up when reading this remarkably researched work.
It offers insight into the intrigue that comes bundled with the job of a politician. I recommend it to anyone who wishes to understand a party which has come to stay; for better or for worse.
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