Delhi's been getting a lot of bad press lately with the sealings of commercial establishments in non-commercial zones, the way the Delhi Police handled the situation and the riots. Sunil Sethi writes about the rise of anger and hatred in the city.
I have seldom seen the city gripped by such a prolonged series of panic attacks -- not even in its worst moments of crisis such as the anti-Sikh riots that erupted after the Indira Gandhi assassination. People are worried about their homes, their work places, their livelihoods, their future; the uncertainty has added up to a trauma seemingly without end.
Read the full article here in Rediff.