It's often said a president or prime minister's term in office is defined by its first 100 days. If that's the case, India's Narendra Modi, the country's new leader, could be aligning himself with a decidedly anti-golf crowd (or a pro-work crowd, if that's what you'd prefer).
A story in Friday's edition of the Washington Post describes how Modi is trying to shake-up India's bureaucracy and its "out-to-lunch" mentality. Modi reportedly distributed his cell-phone number to some officials in an attempt to instill a new mindset, and there are rumors circulating of a secret list that tracks how often civil servants frequent golf courses during work hours.
According to the article:
Making it harder to play golf during work hours? Sounds like a tyrant to us.