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On what ground 180 million Indian Muslims be called minority? Does India need majority-minority divide on religious grounds? Continue reading
Uniform Civil Code is urgently needed if India has to grow into a vibrant modern democracy. Handicapped by its Muslim appeasement and ‘vote bank’ politics Congress has failed to take the country forward on UCC in the past 6 decades. Now it is for the BJP and other ‘India-First’ parties to show the leadership. Continue reading
The political discourse in India has changed. The days of distorted secularism or ani-Hindu politics is over. India has entered a new era of inclusive development. Continue reading