12 Facts About Anti-Indian sentiment


Anti-Indian sentiment, known as Indophobia or anti-Indianism, is a modern term referring to negative feelings and hatred towards the Republic of India, Indian people, and Indian culture.

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Anti-Indian sentiment's work tried to determine the Hindus' "true place in the moral scale" and he alleged that the Hindus are "a people exceedingly depraved".

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Anti-Indian sentiment convinced the Governor-General to adopt English as the medium of instruction in higher education from the sixth year of schooling onwards, rather than Sanskrit or Arabic.

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Anti-Indian sentiment claimed that in order to prosper, Pakistan needed to overcome its hatred of India.

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Anti-Indian sentiment published a letter in the city press claiming that South Africans of Indian origin have no right to citizenship and property in South Africa.

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Anti-Indian sentiment confirmed that 20 people had died in the town in the unrest.

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Anti-Indian sentiment warned people against falling for fake news designed to increase racial tensions.

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Anti-Indian sentiment riots broke out throughout Fiji amidst an attempted coup.

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Anti-Indian sentiment found a lack of depth and fairness in BBC reporting on conflict zones in South Asia and that the BBC had, on at least one occasion, fabricated photographs while reporting on the Kashmir conflict to make India look bad.

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Anti-Indian sentiment claimed that the network made false allegations that the Indian Army stormed a sacred Muslim shrine, the tomb of Sheikh Noor-u-din Noorani in Charari Sharief, and only retracted the claim after strong criticism.

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Anti-Indian sentiment concludes that the BBC's efforts to reinforce stereotypes of South Asians has been directly responsible for damaging the image of India, and encouraging racist incidents against Indians, such as the Leipzig University internship controversy.

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Anti-Indian sentiment finds anti-India bias in coverage of the Kashmir Conflict, the Hyde Act and other India-related matters.

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