Last I had said, “ Let the verdict be delivered.” India is a young country but matured enough to handle such situations.

And indeed the country has emerged as a matured democracy. Read more

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Saffron bands, shrill slogans and rabble rousing – the trappings of the 1990s temple movement – are missing today. Instead there is caution and concern. Read more

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Today when efforts are on to ignite communal feelings, I remember Mohd Rafiq of Sultanpur — the man who decided to bury abandoned bodies (this he did since 1974) when one day he saw some animals digging their teeth into a human carcass near Panch-Peer Idgah on the banks of the Gomti in the backwaters of Uttar Pradesh. Read more

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Not the politicians in power for sure. As they bank on khaki to don the sparkling white in Parliament. Read more

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