Is Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to clinch India’s 2019 election?

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Is Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to clinch India’s 2019 election?
Next year, the people of India will dictate whether their current leader Narendra Modi will remain in power for another term. Modi...
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