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Updated: Dec 10, 2020

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'Can we change this mind-set of claiming that the majority community is the identity that represents all the citizens ? Can we be made more independent in our thinking as through how we educate ourselves? Are we going to treat access to education as the right of the citizen or is it to be treated merely as an agency to enforce a particular ideological teaching?'

-Romila Thapar, from 'Nationalism and the Constitution', presented at The Idea of the Indian Constitution, July 2019

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