Women gather to celebrate the victory of US vice-president-elect Kamala Harris, in Painganadu, near the village of Thulasendrapuram in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Harris’ maternal grandfather was born. Photo: Reuters Women gather to celebrate the victory of US vice-president-elect Kamala Harris, in Painganadu, near the village of Thulasendrapuram in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Harris’ maternal grandfather was born. Photo: Reuters
Women gather to celebrate the victory of US vice-president-elect Kamala Harris, in Painganadu, near the village of Thulasendrapuram in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Harris’ maternal grandfather was born. Photo: Reuters
Akanksha Singh
Opinion

Opinion

Akanksha Singh

What the Biden-Harris victory means for India and Hindu nationalism

  • If Indians believed US-India relations were on solid ground given the bond between Trump and Modi, what does a Biden-Harris government portend?
  • For Modi, it seems it’s bad news and a political investment gone awry

Women gather to celebrate the victory of US vice-president-elect Kamala Harris, in Painganadu, near the village of Thulasendrapuram in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Harris’ maternal grandfather was born. Photo: Reuters Women gather to celebrate the victory of US vice-president-elect Kamala Harris, in Painganadu, near the village of Thulasendrapuram in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Harris’ maternal grandfather was born. Photo: Reuters
Women gather to celebrate the victory of US vice-president-elect Kamala Harris, in Painganadu, near the village of Thulasendrapuram in the state of Tamil Nadu, where Harris’ maternal grandfather was born. Photo: Reuters
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