India: Political mobilisations along religious lines?
India's personal laws are based on religious affiliation, granting special rights to the country's Muslims. Nadja-Christina Schneider discusses religious minority rights and secular modernisation on the subcontinent.
Submitted on Tue, 01/09/2007 - 01:00
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