For the formation of constituent assembly and then the new constitution for India, provincial elections were held in 1946. The election was also a referendum on the creation of Pakistan. Muslim majority provinces are given the right to chose whether they want to remain with India or need a separate Read More
So the Portuguese had two kinds of policies. One was to make life so difficult for Hindus that being Hindu became a huge burden, a remaining Hindu became a huge burden and on the other hand if you became a Christian you had all sorts of incentives, you had financial Read More
Source: - Mail Online.
Future of Christianity in Europe left in doubt as young people reject religion
Majority of 16 to 29-year-olds across Europe are non-religious, study shows
In the Czech Republic, 91 per cent of young people do not follow a religion
In the UK, the percentage of young Muslims is close to Read More
I am not going to make the argument that because we don’t have enough resources and it’s already an overpopulated country, let’s not take more people on board. Sorry, I won’t take that position at all, for a very good reason because I am in favor of giving shelter to Read More
So, the issue of protecting the ethnic identity of Assam is something that has always been an issue ever since its accession to the Union of India and therefore you had one of the first legislations to come out after the Foreigners Act OF 1946, was the Immigrants Expulsion Act Read More
To say that we do not have a law as far as refugees are concerned, we perhaps have what is known as a standard operating procedure that came out in I think 29th December 2011, and the NDA government has subsequently applied same standard operating procedure. I will just read Read More
When I have this example, which has received the endorsement of the highest court of the land, in three successive judgements. I wish to understand what is it that I am saying, which is not supported by facts and law? Now they say, no, no. Even if there is no Read More
In fact, they should be held to higher standards. Any statement that they make, they cannot withdraw. You make a statement, you think through that statement and make that statement. Then what they do is, so we just discussed the Foreigners Act, we discussed the IMDT Act. Now you have Read More
Now, before that there is one thing we need to address. We live in a nation state. If we live in a nation state, certain assumptions and presumptions go along with the concept of a nation state, which means I am entitled to protect my borders. So, I have the Read More
If you are a democracy, I hope that rule of law is one of the necessary concomitant, that flows with democracy, that is consistent with democracy and democratic values and constitutional values. Therefore, I just need to ask myself before a court of Law, Is my position wrong in Law? Read More
Now the point is, there are two issues that I wish to address as part of illegal immigration in India as on date. Obviously, the immediate news peg is Rohingya, but something that has been simmering and festering for a very long time, at least since 1960s or even the Read More
Source: - Swarajya Magazine
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Rohingya Muslims are often referred to as Bengalis in Myanmar for their roots in today’s Bangladesh. A significant number of them were taken to the Arakan region by the British as indentured servants during colonial times.
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Dr.J.K.Bajaj shares religious demographic data of India of last one hundred years. He speaks about how religious demography plays a defining role in shaping destiny of country. He explains how growth rate of population belonging to various religious members have larger impact on culture of country.
He claimed that partition of Read More
Very scary talk by Dr. JK Bajaj of Center for Policy Research, on how India's changing demography threatens the continuity of the Indian Civilization.
As people born into this this civilization, it is the duty of Indian Religionists (people belonging to home-grown Indian religions) to protect the civilization, is the assertion Read More