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Legitimacy, Support and Endorsement: Narendra Modi’s Social Media Engagement with Celebrities

@inproceedings{Pal2020LegitimacySA,
  title={Legitimacy, Support and Endorsement: Narendra Modi’s Social Media Engagement with Celebrities},
  author={J. Pal},
  year={2020}
}
During the early and mid-2000s, a series of public relations challenges plagued the outreach machine of Narendra Modi. Antagonistic live interactions with television commentators, made media appearances unpredictable (Sardesai 2014) He also had difficult interactions with business associations over accusations of communal bias, was handed embargos on diplomatic interactions, and had his visa revoked by the United States on the grounds of severe violations of religious freedom (Amruth 2007… Expand

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