India: Narratives of division and hate
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India is at a dangerous moment.The voices of Hindutva - Hindu supremacy - are ascending, spreading division and hate speech. It has worked its way through the body politic like a slow-acting poison. And the effect on the secular fabric of the Indian republic and the lives of minorities - especially Muslims - has proven toxic, at times deadly.Contributors:Kanchan Gupta - Senior adviser, Ministry of Information & BroadcastingManisha Pande - Executive editor, NewslaundryArvind Rajagopal - Professor of Media Studies, NYUShahrukh Alam - Advocate and columnistGregory Stanton - President, Genocide Watch
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