Sectarian tension in India: It still hurts - The Economist

Sectarian tension in India: It still hurts

Sectarian tension in India: It still hurts - The Economist
Sectarian tension in India: It still hurts
Published Aug 14, 2004
945 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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Truth and justice, like reconciliation, prove elusive in Gujarat THE scar left by the pogrom directed at the Muslim minority in the Indian state of Gujarat in February and March 2002 has yet to heal. That is partly because not a single...

  
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