An Enquiry into India's Minority Policy And Analysis of Socio-Economic Status of Muslim Community of India
7:00 PM on Monday 08 October 2018
Invites you for the first public release of
An Enquiry into India's Minority Policy
Analysis of Socio-Economic Status of Muslim Community of India
At FCC Auditorium
AB-19 Mathura Road, opposite Pragati Maidan Gate# 7, New Delhi-110001.
At 7pm on Monday, October 8, 2018.
Discussion and Q&A will be followed by cocktail and snacks.
You are cordially invited.
S Venkat Narayan
Besides academic activities, he has been active on various social issues. He has convened number of meetings since 2013 between distinguished persons from Hindu and Muslim community-drawing from various walks of life-to resolve disputes on various social and religious issues.
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