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I can never reject the tag ‘Muslim’ because I was born in the faith and it has shaped me in many ways. It is the same with being Indian. I was born an Indian and, unless forced by circumstances beyond my control (such as a rash National Register of Citizens), I will die an Indian. I believe this so strongly that I have not applied for

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