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"I am a white English woman… I loved my father-in-law dearly and wanted to attend his funeral so, with my (six-month-old) baby in my arms, I sat through the service and followed the procession carrying the body up to the top of the hill,” recalled England based Barbara Bacon, writing to Parsiana on January 2, 2022, nearly five decades after the passing away of the respected ophthalmic surgeon Dr Aderbad Irani. Well aware that the incident in Bombay in 1974 had triggered a community furor, Bacon requested a copy of the Parsiana issue of April-May 1974 that had carried a detailed......

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Absolutely pathetic. How short sighted we Parsis are!!!
- Yezad Kapadia
- 07-Feb-2022