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The palace murders have brought to the fore the extreme rigidity of traditional modes of thinking. If there is a lesson to be learnt from this tragedy, it is that the foundations of family life need to be reinforced and the complexity of relationships among the members and their rights and duties should be better understood. Itís a paradoxical situation: an individualís right to choose a life partner as opposed to the tradition of arranged marriages.

Anil Sarwal via e-mail


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