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Is a Dalit-Muslim alliance possible?
The Hindu

Numbers favour Dalit-Muslim unity in UP

Afroz Alam There is a strong realisation among Muslims in the state that their transition from the Congress to the SP did not bring any constructive results for their development and progress. That is an opportunity for the BSP. ADDING UP: ... Chandigarh Tribune, 1 week ago
Is a Dalit-Muslim alliance possible? The Hindu, 4 weeks ago

How oppressed are Muslims in India?

Muslims in India form the largest religious minority in the country. According to the 2011 Census, they comprise 14.4 per cent of India's total population — roughly 174 million people. To use the word minority for them, therefore, is misleading: ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Meeting Mohammad Shahabuddin: What his release means in a Bihar trying to find its feet

The don who ruled Siwan with fear, whose clout remains undimmed after 11 years of jail, is out and has already stirred Bihar's politics. Vandita Mishra meets him in Siwan It is late evening on Day 4 of the release on bail of Mohammad Shahabuddin.
 Indian Express1 week ago
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Why Bihar will not see a Dalit upsurge like Gujarat

'In Bihar, the Dalits are not a consolidated socio-political constituency,' says Mohammad Sajjad. In July, when the national media was gazing at the Dalit upsurge in Gujarat's Una, another episode occurred in a north Bihar village, Babu tola-Matthiya, in Muzaffarpur district's Paroo area. Two Dalit youth allegedly attempted to steal a Bhumihar's motorcycle. The Dalits were thrashed and urinated upon. The Paroo police arrested two of the 11 accused and an inquiry established the thrashing, but ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Faisal Devji: Minority problems

Spurred by the violence of cow vigilantes, the unexpected emergence of organised Dalit protest in Gujarat raises important questions about minority politics in India more generally. The participation of Muslims in the Gujarat mobilisation, for ...
 The Gulf Today3 weeks ago

Modi-Nitish thaw: How Kosi floods set them apart but a raging Ganga broke the ice

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar warmly shaking hands looked like a picture perfect occasion. Their handshakes, as also the barbs have always made news and had loaded political implications. On Tuesday, Nitish ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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