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A selection of the best news reports, analysis and opinions published by ThePrint this week.
Pro- and anti-Hindutva academics have taken their debate abroad in the last few months, with both sides organising conferences and publishing articles.
The Narendra Modi dispensation has taken this hatred to a pathological level because of the deep personal inferiority complex vis-a-vis Nehru.
Online conference is being organised by a group of academics who wish to stay anonymous. The event will feature Indian academics, journalists and activists.
Excising Nehru from India’s freedom struggle is rationally impossible; omitting him from an ICHR poster is the best they can do.
The spectacle of complete subjugation of Muslims by a Hindu mob in a viral video is not just symbolic but necessary for the cause of 'Hindu Rashtra'.
Silence on critical issues leads to a weak and superficial imagination of Muslim presence in India. It seems Hindutva critique also see Muslims as a problem category.
Muslim man’s dosa stall vandalised in Mathura over Hindu name, forced to change it to ‘American corner’
Multiple ‘Hindutva groups’ vandalised a dosa stall in Mathura on 18 August, objecting to a Muslim family running the eatery named after Hindu gods. An FIR has now been lodged in the case.
Theft of idols at the tribal Amagarh fort, followed by hoisting of a saffron flag has led to 4 FIRs and upset the Meena community that holds sway over 18 of Rajasthan's 25 seats reserved for STs.
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