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Worst Book Ever!!

He tries hard to paint a panoramic picture of diverse Indian electorate and parties..Fails miserably..Ends up painting a very judgmental out of touch one sided picture !
Giving 0 stars.. Alas cant give that So giving 1 star!!
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Sharath Hegde

13 Nov, 2014

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Waste of time

Sheer waste of time. Nothing to read. Just a book to declare himself a hero and join politics later.
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Sat Tomer

13 Nov, 2014

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Looks a book written in a hurry

Modi's Lok Sabha 2014 campaign proves a great case study for the best of the B Schools in the world. It was flawless in execution, meticulous in planning to very minute detail and ruthless in driving home the right message to the people and got the desired results.

Being a top journalist with enviable contacts that Rajdeep has, I brought this book with great anticipation that it will provide deeper insights and scholarly and masterful analysis of the above mentioned points and into the foll...
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Adithya Das

Certified Buyer, Mysore

6 Nov, 2014

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Traitor Newstrader - we know him too well

When I first heard about that fact that the book was written by Rajdeep Sardesai I was surprised - can Rajdeep write and that too a book? Notwithstanding what I know about him as a close follower of Indian political scene, I gave this book a chance. I bought his book. I was soon to regret it. The guy can't write well but has a grand impression of his importance (his name is the largest font on the cover). The book is riddled with typos.

Rajdeep is a liar with poor conscience. He is known to ...
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CHDM

13 Nov, 2014

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Judge the Book by its cover

Rajdeep sardesai is a guy who had written Articles on Dawood Imbrahim immediately after the Mumbai blasts of 1993 claiming Dawood Bhai is a patriotic Indian .How he ran a hate Campaign against Modi is a testimony of this guys utter bias and filth which he tries to propagate relentlessly .How he choose to remain silent of cash for vote scam is a well known and now he is trying to Sell his book by keeping Modis pic on it cover says a great deal about this pathetic man .Flipkart you have been a...
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Pramod Pradhan

3 Nov, 2014

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2014 : The Election that Changed India (English)

Waste of money and time reading it... Lots of spelling and grammatical mistakes.. expect better stuff from Penguin Books...
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Soumya Mohapatra

Certified Buyer, Mumbai

13 Nov, 2014

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As biased as one can get while trying to sound unbiased!

Honestly speaking I read it in the faint hope that Mr. Rajdeep would try to be neutral and control his hatred for Narendra Modi in his book. I read the book in the hopes to see the insight of a man who had a long media career but alas I was expecting too much!

From the very first chapter, Mr. Rajdeep is a self righteous journalist and as expected Modi is a power hungry politician.

Mr. Rajdeep is a man who saves his team from mob by using his wits while Modi abused his authority and enginee...
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Sunil Sihag

4 Nov, 2014

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I, Me & Myself - RS version of History

This book is less about elections, but more about clearing his name, settling scores, mending bridges etc. Its as neutral as neutral is RS conduct on TV debtates. Avoidable..
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Lovesh Singla

7 Nov, 2014

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Sheer waste of time and money!

Inspite of having my reservations against this quisling of a journalist, I thought I might find some objective election analysis. However this book is full with his rather slanted one sided views, and reeks strongly of his political bias, which is unbecoming of a journalist who seeks to analyse elections objectively.
If one has a sharp contempt for the money one earns or has a lot of time to waste, go for this drivel masquerading as a serious political work!
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Abhishek Rao

6 Nov, 2014

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Modi Bhakts will hate this book even without reading it.

Rajdeep Sardesai may not be first thing that comes to your mind when it comes to ethics, however he is leaps ahead of other journalist, he has got integrity.

Unlike other joins he did dump his views in favour of popular opinion. It cost hime is job and a lot more.

He personifies the phrase "If you don't stand for something, you will fall for anything"
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Abhijit Mehta

Certified Buyer, Bombay

5 Nov, 2014

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