Cry, my beloved country: reflections on the Gujarat carnage 2002 and its aftermath
This Book Deals With The Carnage That Swept Through Gujarat In February 2002 And Its Aftermath. It Also Analyses The Grave Implications Of Gujarat 2002 For The Futre Of Our Society And Polity.
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Cry the Beloved Country
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