There is little concrete to show for the 17 foreign trips the Indian prime minister has made in his first year.
After a year in power, the Indian prime minister is struggling to implement his promised reforms.
India's government objects to the broadcast of statements by a convicted rapist who said victims should "be silent and allow the rape."
Once filled with hope, gays in India are now living in fear.
At least five people in the cabinet have been charged with serious offences such as rape and rioting, in a country where politicians facing criminal charges are twice as likely to get elected
After the Indian prime minister's success in America comes the hard slog of government.
President Obama and Prime Minister Modi discuss climate change, UN reform and fighting terrorism at White House dinner
Members of fast growing 3.2 million-strong Indian diaspora, cheered and chanted "Modi, Modi!" during his 70-minute address in Hindi at Madison Square Garden, where they made up one of the largest crowds seen in the United States for a foreign leader.
At least 420 people have been killed with thousands still trapped on rooftops, amid criticism of Indian and Pakistani authorities
Security forces have placed several provinces on alert in response to home-grown Islamic militancy
The WTO pact to ease worldwide customs rules collapsed on Thursday over India's demands for concessions on agriculture
India's first prime minister born after independence has the tough task of transforming a developing economy into a truly modern success story