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India and the Muslim World

If Muslims in India have not been radicalised, which the Wahabi leanings of Saudi Arabia and several other countries in India's neighbourhood would perhaps want to encourage, the explanation does not lie in the depth of India's ties with the Muslim world countries. It lies in the eclectic and diverse nature of Islam in this part of the world and the relative moderation of India's public policies, except for the brief interregnum when the right-wing Hindu nationalist forces were at the helm of national affairs.

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