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The Poison of Terrorism

The Poison of Terrorism Romesh Thapar BY now, after 38 years of freedom, I would have thought, we were equipped to deal with Sikh terrorism. After all, we have been playing this role from the earliest years of our freedom, and against terrorism in many forms. There are the continuing tribal insurgencies in the North-East; the killings of the so-called Marxist-Leninist Naxalites which, when stamped out at seme point, surface at another point; the political gangsterism of the Hindi-speaking heartland'; and the mixed up liberatiomst culture of the Tamils against Sri Lankan oppression.

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