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Sunday, December 22, 2002
The saffron tide rises
A sizable section of the BJP now wants the party to ditch the NDA agenda... Another major campaign on the Ram temple is expected to begin soon, writes Neena Vyas.
Friends in a fix
The BJP's allies in the NDA have become acutely aware of their vulnerability.
Victory... at what cost?
In Gujarat, the BJP made the maximum gains in areas where the communal riots were at their worst, says Manas Dasgupta.
Conversions: tackle the root cause
By Kanti Biswas
The Tamil Nadu Government at the initiative of its Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, in condemnable and unwarranted haste, enacted the Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Forcible Conversion of Religion Act, rejecting the views and appeals of the Opposition ...
U.K. media perturbed at BJP win
By Hasan Suroor
LONDON, DEC. 21.The day the Gujarat election results were announced, a BBC interviewer wanted to know if the BJP's massive victory on the back of unprecedented communal violence was a "turning point" in Indian politics, and what it meant for the ...
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