Can Modi clean the Ganges, India's biggest sewage line?
July 17, 2014
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Standing on the banks of the river Ganges a day after his election triumph, Prime Minister Narendra Modi vowed to succeed where numerous governments have failed: by cleaning up the filthy waterway beloved of India's Hindus. Duration: 02:40
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