Article: Rahul Gandhi’s Speech Differentiating Hinduism and Hindutva Was a Watershed Moment

Badri Raina With Rahul Gandhi’s boldly informed enunciation of the difference between being Hindu or Hindutvadi in his address to a massive gathering at Jaipur on December 12, the Congress party may have ceased to walk over egg shells. Although such discrimination has been made by book writers and hacks …

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Article: Indian democracy: A threat to its religious minorities

Habib Siddiqui Indian democracy has always been majoritarian since its first day as a republic. As a matter of fact the trend has its roots in the pre-partition days of Congress leadership that did not allow for an inclusive democracy in which Muslim and other non-Hindu minorities could participate on …

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Feature: ‘Anti-Conversion’ Bill: Dalit, Adivasi Christians the Most Attacked in Karnataka

Nikhila Henry In Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai’s home district Haveri, a Dalit Christian preacher Chandrakanth B Komalapu, 51, is faced with an ironic crisis. While Chandrakanth has not been able to convince his son, 23-year-old Moses Sandesh, who is a practising Hindu, to adopt Christianity, he was attacked in …

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