Over a span of five weeks, the Indian general elections with its 800 million eligible voters is set to provide a new leadership for the country. Three weeks into the elections, Norendra Modi of the BJP, hailed by many as a guarantor for economic prosperty, is a tough contender for Prime Minister. However, the outcome of the election is not clear. Polls represent mainly the say of an urban constituency and leave many of the rural population unaccounted for. This time, the Indian diaspora with its over ten million non-resident Indians, will have their say too. The transformation from political stability to economic performance and public sector efficiency remains the major task ahead, irrelevant of who the next Prime Minister will be. What is your opinion on the elections and the outlook for India?