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Terror moves south
For much of India's history, I reckon that the south has rarely been touched by invasions, violence etc. either because it was too difficult to access or because the people didn't respond positively. While there're certainly chronicled instances of the freedom struggle being marshalled admirably in south India, there're very few names which come to mind: Tipu Sultan, C Rajagopalachari, Subramanya Bharathi and perhaps Sarojini Naidu, VO Chidambaram Pillai among them. I can't think of others, can you?
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