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Rampant ad hominem and dogmatic warriors

Rohit Dhankar

Currently India is going thought a particularly difficult phase in its constitutional history. In the particularly vicious struggle between political ideologies, the society is in a turmoil and citizenry is getting polarised day by day. 1,050 more words

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CAB[1] and NRC

Rohit Dhankar

I have argued elsewhere[2] that CAB 2019 is not against secularism, does not make India a Hindu Rashtra, and not against any Indian citizen, including Muslims. 1,624 more words

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A dialogue with Prof. Shailaja Menon

Rohit Dhankar

Rohit: (In response to a post by Prof. Bhupenrda Yadav) I am sorry for being politically incorrect but actually do not understand what is wrong in trying to identify illegal migrants from Bangladesh? 1,242 more words

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Is CAB against secularism?

Rohit Dhankar

It is a general response to comments my last few blogs and particularly a Facebook post on CAB 2019 that has attracted many comments. 3,822 more words

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India needs upright clear-sighted intellectuals to defend itself

Rohit Dhankar

The metaphor of India and Bharat are often used to understand the wide gap between relatively less educated and poorer rural India and urban India. 1,682 more words

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Babri Masjid and Citizenship Amendment Bill

Rohit Dhankar

Babri Masjid

On this day of 6th December 1992, a grave crime against secularism (and therefore, against democracy) was committed by a mob organised and instigated by some powerful people of Bharatiy Janata Party (BJP). 867 more words

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Will Citizenship Amendment Bill make India a Hindu Pakistan?

Rohit Dhankar

There is a lot of opposition to Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB). Most people misrepresent what the bill actually wants to do, exaggerate it as if it is denying citizenship to Muslims. 2,266 more words

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