A string of bombings in India have everyone’s nerves on edge. It’s not Baghdad or Beirut, it’s a situation – aptly described by Gopika Kaul’s that simply unnerving.
Gopika has been writing about the bombings – and their effect on Indians and their relationships with one another – since the violence began. Today is yet another entry and it’s a fine, chilling snapshot of life in today’s India.
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