Modi-fication : the hope, hype and the hoopla

One year ago most countries openly welcomed Modi to woo their capital and their capitalists to India. Modi was rising fast on the international popularity charts as an unconventional politician who dis not settle disputes among nations; end nuclear wars or talk only about terrorism. A prevalent perception about him was that of a man who can open the womb of Indian economy for outsiders to exploit. But eleven months later there is hardly any perceptible change for his young admirers rejoice over. No major players have yet come forward with capital, technology and production units. Even industrialists at home have begun to express their disenchantment. Will the Modi-fication work?