Gujarat riots

Gujarat riots : Justice delayed

FROM HIMAL ARCHIVE: Readings on the 2002 Gujarat riots and victims' wait for justice

| Jun 06, 2016

Between Jhatka and Halal: Gujarat after two years of “normalcy”

For the Muslim victims of communal violence in Gujarat the violence has not ended — it is the difference between immediate hacking (jhatka) and slow death (halal).

| Mar 28, 2004

Ayodhya’s anniversary: Donations for barbarism

A US-based scholar concludes that overseas Hindutva is using pretence to raise the cash that funds mayhem at home.

| Dec 01, 2002

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