Socioeconomic paradox of Indian Muslim Community and the people responsible for it

Muslim rulers ruled India for around eight centuries before British arrived. Post independence, the members of the Muslim community served at some of the most coveted positions in India, be it the President, the Vice-President, the Chief Justice, the Chief Election Commissioner, the Education Minister, you name it and you will find it. Not just … Continue reading Socioeconomic paradox of Indian Muslim Community and the people responsible for it

Ram Mandir, Bhoomi Poojan, Secularism and the Darkest day; all explained here

Reading intellectual articles on internet last few days have been a great fun. "In the light of Prime Minister laying the foundation of Ram Mandir and playing his part as Yajman for the Bhoomi Poojan, Secularism dies-" -Dies once again like it did in 1992 when the Mosque was demolished, or in 1996 when BJP … Continue reading Ram Mandir, Bhoomi Poojan, Secularism and the Darkest day; all explained here