Category Archives: Secular

Sections of the media have done a lot of damage in Kashmir: Yashwant Sinha

By Sadiq Naqvi, Catchnews| December 27, 2016 This year, the Kashmir Valley has undergone one of the worst phases of disturbances it has seen over the last few years, particularly after the July encounter of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani. … Continue reading

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Secularists of a secular country

Democracy is basically “tyranny of the majority” that secures its own interests at the cost of minority-interests   By M J Aslam, Greater Kashmir | November 24, 2016 The word “secular” wasn’t there in the original Constitution of India. It … Continue reading

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With the RSS hosting iftar parties, is pseudo-secularism now a good thing?

In today’s climate of majoritarianism, tokenism may actually play a helpful role, allowing embattled Muslims to feel more politically secure. By Shoaib Daniyal, Scroll | July 1, 2016 In the 1980s, Lal Krishna Advani coined the term “pseudo-secularism” to describe … Continue reading

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