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India, China run by forceful leaders today: TIME

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
BOTH India and China are today run by “forceful leaders” eager to put their “stamp on history”, with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi working to lead from the front after Manmohan Singh's decade of “increasingly listless rule”, according to TIME magazine. Modi was named by TIME among the 100 most influential people in...




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