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Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics

Letters Zahira Shaikh: ‘Victim’ of Justice W hile we, the members of women’s groups and concerned citizens in India, welcome the Supreme Court’s interventions in matters relating to the carnage in Gujarat, we are dismayed at its stringent verdict on March 8, 2006 that pronounced one-year...

Financial Expert or Wizard

If the heroically assumed revenue buoyancy does not materialise and if the finance minister is unable to contain non-developmental expenditure, as happened in 1993-94, we will be facing disaster.

Challenge Facing Secularists

l LIKE to think I am a secular Indian and like all other secular Indians I have been greatly distressed by the demolition of the Babri Masjid at Ayodhya and the subsequent communal carnage in different parts of the country. Like others I also feel that continuing confrontation between Hindus and Muslims will be an unmitigated disaster for both the communities and the country. It must be remembered that there are more than 100 million Muslims in India and that they are all Indians and do not belong to any other country. It is not possible to wish away these people.
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