English is Key to Keeping India United
Proposed switch to Hindi a ploy to marginalize Muslims
By: Viswa Nathan
As if India weren’t short of controversies, the country’s home minister, Amit Shah, reignited one recently, saying he wants Indians of different mother tongues to communicate in Hindi, not in English, as they do now.
Immediately, challenges began thundering across the country. In the eastern state of West Bengal, where Bengali is the moth…
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