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Where Is the Secular Voice

Where Is the Secular Voice? Romesh Thapar NOW that some minimum normalities, confused and contrary though they be, arc returning to the traumatised Punjab situation, maybe Hindu and Sikh will find the time to do a little introspection and begin to understand what communal frameworks can do to wreck the state and its future. Admittedly, the manipulations and conspiracies of the power wielders in Delhi were the source of a major part of the trouble, but only because the people of the state allowed themselves to be played with.

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