All too little attention in the West is paid to the world’s second most populous state and most populous democracy, India. Just over three months ago, Narendra Modi was elected Prime Minister. Former Chief Minister of Gujarat State, Modi was demonstrated to have turned a blind eye towards and condoned massacres of Muslims in riots of 2002. More generally, he is associated with an aggressive Hindu nationalism that runs roughshod over religious minorities like Muslims and Christians. Now the Ghadar Alliance, a U.S.-based watchdog group, has published “Fast Track to Troubling Times: 100 Days of Narendra Modi – A Counter Report.” The conclusion is that little has changed about Modi now that he is in India’s highest office.