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The Rebuild India Mission

Meanwhile, if you want to have your say, take this quiz. I’m a little worried about the mildly totalitarian tendency of some of the voting, but I suspect it’s because most of the voters are young, and the young always … Continue reading

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Unreal Tournament

I’ve been asked repeatedly whether I’m going to blog about the Bombay blasts, and I’m still in two minds about it. First of all, what could I find to say that hasn’t been said already in the outpourings of grief, … Continue reading

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Rally for Peace

On 6 December 2008, outside the front gate of Victoria Memorial, from 6.00pm onwards. Bring a candle. For those on Facebook, here’s the link to the event. STOP PRESS: the event has been postponed because of the Prime Minister’s visit … Continue reading

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Terror Checks In

It gets worse. We’ve been hearing how Narendra Modi has been telling everyone that terror in India no longer has anything to do with Pakistan and that ‘homegrown’ terror cells are responsible for the Ajmer, Hyderabad and Delhi bombings. How … Continue reading

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