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Crucifying India

Crucifying India Romesh Thapar EVERY now and then, I think it is necessary to distance ourselves from the disarray that represents a crucification of our federal polity. It is based on the most primitive enunciation of tribal, caste and communal interest. Even regional interests are so distorted in the political battle that they take on a meaning not really intended. In so many ways the disarray reflects the immaturity of our political life, and its unstructured state.

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