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Grapevine India releases book on Prime Minister Modi

10-March-2015
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Grapevine India releases book on Prime Minister Modi

The book, entitled ’21 Leadership lessons of Narendra Damodardas Modi’, has been authored by Vijay Jhindal, Nitin Agarwal and Pankaj Sharma and is published by Grapevine India Publishers. It was unveiled by Union Minister of State, Jayant Sinha and Babul Supriyo at a function held at FICCI, Delhi in the presence of Indian business fraternity.

The book explains some of the reasons behind Modi's success. It also helps others to use elements of the unique "Modi methods" to their advantage. The book is filled with examples of great leaders who were the by-products of chaos and challenges that society was passing through. These leaders emerged in that chaos and guided people through it.

“This is an ideal book to understand our prime minister's leadership qualities. He is a very capable person and possesses all qualities of a statesman. There is a tidal wave of FDI that is coming in and this shows the confidence in India. Business people are not just cautiously optimistic about India they are very optimistic about India and the trends are crystal clear,” said Jayant Sinha, Minister of State for Finance, Government of India added.

“Looking at it from the lens of multiple perspectives was a challenge in itself, as the comparative benchmarks for ascertaining his leadership traits varied in the historical time, spanning from Napoleon to Martin Luther King to Ronald Regan, cultural differences in context of those leaders, the pursuant political situations and others. We were looking for specific traits displayed by both Narendra Modi and those leaders and viewing it from the context of those traits,” the authors said.

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