A repressive state armed with a cultural policy can alienate more than it can include. Uddalok Bhattacharya to summarize
Aakar Patel: When it (the BJP) was not in power, when it had little hope of reaching power, the party defended the rights of Indian citizens over those of the state.
Today, when it controls the state, the The BJP defends the rights of the state on those of the individual.
The state is strengthening its control over what we read, watch, hear or laugh, said Vanita Kohli-Khandekar. Why not facilitate our soft power instead of suppressing its strengths?
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