What’s in a name? For India’s Muslims, a lot of hurt – The Globe and Mail


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What's in a name? For India's Muslims, a lot of hurt
The Globe and Mail
Opposing empires have turned a beautiful city variously into Byzantium, Constantinople and Istanbul. The Vietnamese got rid of Saigon (a westernized form of the traditional name) and made it Ho Chi Minh City as a rejection of French colonialism. Ever ...