The Congress, with its shrinking but small and loyal voter base, could play a significant role to soar up the collective fortunes of the anti-BJP camp as well as win a dignified number of seats for itself.
Muslims constitute nearly 35 per cent of Assam’s 33 million people and the high birth rate among the community is a major source of friction over the state’s most volatile issue—undocumented immigrants, especially those from neighbouring Bangladesh.
The Supreme Court has struck down Section 377, giving the LGBTQ community their long-denied rights. But what about the other rights of citizens that exist merely on paper? This article is part of a series published by Outlook, profiling people who have fought for their rights.
In a recent lecture he delivered in Delhi, Tharoor batted for a moderate view of Islam while projecting three examples from the life of Kerala IUML patron, late Panakkad Syed Mohammedali Shihab Thangal, including a story that was published in Outlook