AMAN KI ASHA – A Hope for Peace
Issue 18 | March 2011
The first anniversary of the horrific 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai saw India-Pakistan hatred at its peak. Incited by jingoistic calls for war from fundamentalists on both sides, the two nuclear powers were seething on the brink of a catastrophic confrontation.
The challenge was to try to dilute the terror agenda of vested interests by giving the power of the people a voice louder than the compulsions of the state. And to do this in a country a billion-strong that was grieving over one of the most heinous terror attacks in history.
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