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India is secular, safeguarding minority rights is at its core, attorney general tells UN
Mukul Rohatgi was responding to attempts from Pakistan to bring up human rights violations in India, especially against minority groups.
· May 05, 2017 · 10:04 am
Minority status for Jains is not a plea for reservations, say community members
The decision to recognise Jains as a religious minority will foster wider recognition of their significant contributions to Indian history, thought and culture, scholars say.
· Jan 23, 2014 · 09:20 am