The Newsmakers

India's Prime Minister Modi's accused of 'spying on citizens'

Narendra Modi has more than 40 million followers on Twitter. He also has a personal app to help drive engagement with his supporters. But that app is now at the centre of a scandal over data and privacy - and Modi is being accused of spying on his own citizens Guests: Pavan Duggal, advocate at the Supreme Court of India Madhu Kishwar, academic and writer

BJP’s Delhi Defeat

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Who is the real Modi?

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Fighting For A Justice

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Japan’s Shinzo Abe Steps Down

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Will Trump's ‘Law and Order’ Message Win Him The Election?

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Trump's Tough Talk

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Is Britain Heading For a No-Deal Brexit?

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EU-UK Trade Talk Gridlock

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