As many as four percent of children in India are born with crossed eyes. Treatment is widely available, often for free, yet many families don't pursue it because of a widespread superstition. Many believe that a cross-eyed child brings good luck.
Reporter Anu Anand is based in Delhi. She tells host Lisa Mullins that Narenda Modi has cultivated a pro-business image in the western Indian state of Gujaret, and has helped make it one of the richest states in India.