The Straits Times: The glue binding India and Pakistan

As anti-Pakistan sentiment edged towards a crescendo in India, a group of Hindu right-wing activists in Bengaluru had an "enemy" camp locked in their crosshairs. (Shutterstock)
Updated 18 March 2019

The Straits Times: The glue binding India and Pakistan

March 18: The Straits Times report by Debarshi Dasgupta states that as anti-Pakistan sentiment edged towards a crescendo in India, a group of Hindu right-wing activists in Bengaluru had an "enemy" camp locked in their crosshairs.

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Updated 14 May 2020

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