A few questions on Mumbai riots

A few questions on Mumbai riots

No pontification, no opinion, only a few questions on Mumbai riots. On the 65th anniversary of the founding of modern India, the people were greeted by unexpected violence in Mumbai. A grim reminder of India’s ghost that has haunted it since 1947. A unrecognised radical Islamist organisation called the Raza Academy which […]

 

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