I think the title of the article has created a grave misunderstanding. I have seen Mein Kampf in a lot of hands (including mine) and almost everyone talks about wanting to understand what demon got into him, his ideology and that by reading it we might know what not to inculcate. Everyone has this tendency to read and find out how much, of the crimes he did, is justified based on the intensity and nature of the evil that fell on him in his personal life. And I am sure, none of it is justifiable. So its a lot different from what the articles has conveyed. As someone in the comments below says, its only a fascination and not admiration. People of India clearly know what evil he was.