NEW DELHI: More than two dozen opposition parties in India joined forces to take on Narendra Modi, one of the country's most popular prime ministers in generations.

However, the broad alliance, which is believed to be beset with ideological differences and personality clashes, is cracking at a crucial time, just months before the country votes in a national election.

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