In this Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012 photo, people watch a projection of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's three-dimensional holographic image as part of an election campaign in Ahmadabad, India. Eleven years after Modi became the chief minister of the western state of Gujarat - and 10 years after brutal anti-Muslim rioting left over a 1,100 people there dead - Modi is campaigning for his third term. Nearly everyone expects him to be swept into office, and the top leadership of his rightwing Bharatiya Janata Party is already hailing him as a future prime minister. But few politicians in India are as polarizing as Modi. (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)

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In this Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012 photo, people watch a projection of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's three-dimensional holographic image as part of an election campaign in Ahmadabad, India. Eleven years after Modi became the chief minister of the western state of Gujarat - and 10 years after brutal anti-Muslim rioting left over a 1,100 people there dead - Modi is campaigning for his third term. Nearly everyone expects him to be swept into office, and the top leadership of his rightwing Bharatiya Janata Party is already hailing him as a future prime minister. But few politicians in India are as polarizing as Modi. (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)
In this Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012 photo, people watch a projection of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's three-dimensional holographic image as part of an election campaign in Ahmadabad, India. Eleven years after Modi became the chief minister of the western state of Gujarat - and 10 years after brutal anti-Muslim rioting left over a 1,100 people there dead - Modi is campaigning for his third term. Nearly everyone expects him to be swept into office, and the top leadership of his rightwing Bharatiya Janata Party is already hailing him as a future prime minister. But few politicians in India are as polarizing as Modi. (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)
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