After a long freeze-out, U.S. reaches out to India’s new prime minister

By Annie Gowen, May 27, 2014

NEW DELHI — What a difference a landslide victory makes.

In 2005, India’s Narendra Modi was denied a U.S. visitor’s visa because of concerns that he violated religious freedoms as a political leader. But since his party’s resounding win in national elections this month, the U.S. government has rushed to repair the breach.

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