Religious leaders can promote tolerance by interacting with representatives of other faiths
India, like Bangladesh, has found unique ways to resolve issues regarding minority communities
It comes down to what citizens feel and perceive
Noboborsho teaches us the diversity of our beautiful country
The idea of secularism in Bangladesh was always inextricably tied with the principle of tolerance --...
To forge ahead, lessons need to be taken from the past
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman will live on forever in the hearts of Bangladeshis
There has been enough talk on secularism and its value, but these words ring hollow
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Will we see a return to a level-playing field in Indian politics?
Problematic religious rhetoric must be countered through a finer application of faith and harmony
Tax-payer money should be spent on public welfare -- first and foremost
The intolerance and violence which has taken root, and has been rapidly growing in Bangladesh must be...
The charter will state that Islam is a religion and not a political movement
Secularism's roots go back to French Revolution of 1789
It is time to practice what we preach, and extend protection to all religious communities
Has French liberalism strayed from its foundational creed?
Is the world destined to be in eternal conflict?
A democracy such as ours is strengthened by the diversity of its people
The tension between Hindutva and secular India has no end in sight
During the 60s movement, socialism was a key concept ever since the jute mill workers joined hands with...
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