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handout A Parsi temple in Bangalore.

Can the rights of an individual be curtailed by a minority institution for the purpose of maintaining arcane, regressive religious practices? The Supreme Court will answer this question when it takes up the Goolrukh case. By SAGNIK DUTTA


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