For all that India is; it is not
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Hyderabad, July 20 -- By Amir Ullah Khan and Raju Bhupathiraju
A recent PEW report on "Religion in India: Tolerance and Segregation" has been widely seen and reported across the world. It brings a new set of insights into India's charged communal atmosphere. The report has made some predictable and some rather shocking conclusions. For example, a majority think that Partition of the country was for the better; almost all Indians marry within their religion; most Indians think religion is very important in life; most people pray regularly, observe fasts and less than 40% are vegetarian. The PEW report covers twelve broad areas, and each brings up a new facet of India's amazing diversity.
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