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Monday, November 08, 2004
THE INCESSANT WARFARE wracking its innards suggests that infighting as much as Hindutva has become a way of life in the Bharatiya Janata Party. Indeed it is a measure of the turmoil within the BJP that `the party with a difference' is ...
BEATING UP THE MESSENGER
THE REPEATED ATTACKS on journalists in Kerala by activists of the Indian Union Muslim League in full view of the police raise serious concerns about political goondaism and the commitment of the State administration to the rule of law. The fact ...
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