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Analysis: Modi's Gujarat growth model might not work across India

Narendra Modi, Chief Minister of India's western state of Gujarat, attends the meeting of the 57th National Development Council (NDC) in New Delhi December 27, 2012. REUTERS/B Mathur

Narendra Modi, Chief Minister of India's western state of Gujarat, attends the meeting of the 57th National Development Council (NDC) in New Delhi December 27, 2012. REUTERS/B Mathur

Narendra Modi, Chief Minister of India's western state of Gujarat, attends the meeting of the 57th National Development Council (NDC) in New Delhi December 27, 2012. REUTERS/B Mathur
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A woman labourer spreads black ash over a newly constructed road at Raipur village, in the western Indian state of Gujarat January 9, 2013. Picture taken January 9, 2013. To match Analysis INDIA-ECONOMY/GUJARAT REUTERS/Amit Dave

A woman labourer spreads black ash over a newly constructed road at Raipur village, in the western Indian state of Gujarat January 9, 2013. Picture taken January 9, 2013. To match Analysis INDIA-ECONOMY/GUJARAT REUTERS/Amit Dave

A woman labourer spreads black ash over a newly constructed road at Raipur village, in the western Indian state of Gujarat January 9, 2013. Picture taken January 9, 2013. To match Analysis INDIA-ECONOMY/GUJARAT REUTERS/Amit Dave
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A supervisor checks the shape of a polished diamond inside the diamond processing unit at Surat, in the western Indian state of Gujarat January 5, 2013. Picture taken January 5, 2013. To match Analysis INDIA-ECONOMY/GUJARAT REUTERS/Amit Dave

A supervisor checks the shape of a polished diamond inside the diamond processing unit at Surat, in the western Indian state of Gujarat January 5, 2013. Picture taken January 5, 2013. To match Analysis INDIA-ECONOMY/GUJARAT REUTERS/Amit Dave

A supervisor checks the shape of a polished diamond inside the diamond processing unit at Surat, in the western Indian state of Gujarat January 5, 2013. Picture taken January 5, 2013. To match Analysis INDIA-ECONOMY/GUJARAT REUTERS/Amit Dave
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