One would have expected journalist Hasan Suroor to de jure write a book on the UK’s largely immigrant Muslim population. The Hindu’s former London correspondent would have had rich pickings to offer readers on the more febrile issues surrounding a vigorous community of which he was a part for “well over a decade”. Read more

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The Ayodhya verdict, in the heat of hasty analysis, came across as a no-winner-no-loser sanitary judgement. Read more

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Khatawar samjhegi duniya tujhe

Ab itni bhi safayi na de

(Your guilt may become apparent, if you try to prove your innocence so much…) Read more

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Today I convert, though momentarily but happily, willingly. For all my faith, I am determined to consider the Babri Masjid issue without my skullcap on. I tried being a Hindu for a while, not quite the practising way, but hopefully sincerely enough to reflect on what the dust of the Babri mosque should give rise to. Read more

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