Murali Shanmugavelan is a research student at School of Oriental and African Studies.
05 November 2013 02:16 PM
The country has no business hosting an event meant to promote human rights
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This month a group of Dalit (or Untouchables, as they were formerly labelled) students organised a Beef Festival to assert their culinary rights in public and make a political statement of dietary habits of Dalits and Muslims – by cooking and eating beef Biryani on campus.
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