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Opinion

Narendra Modi falls victim to India's never-ending image problem

How better PR can bring New Delhi and Washington closer together

| India
Joe Biden meets with Narendra Modi at the White House on Sept. 24: Biden's lukewarm disposition toward Modi shows that Washington and New Delhi remain far apart.   © Reuters

Raoof Mir is an assistant professor of media and journalism at Alliance University, Bangalore, India. Ravi Chakraborty teaches philosophy of communication and technology at Alliance University.

The Washington summit between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and U.S. President Joe Biden last month was meant to clear the air and put the two nations on a path to closer ties.

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