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  1. The correct answer is B.

    India is a secular nation and its secularism is granted in the Indian Constitution. The state and its institutions have to recognize and accept all religions practiced in the country, make parliamentary and not religious laws and respect pluralism.

    India's law do not define the relationship between religion and state, India personal laws vary across the country and are related to the religious beliefs in each region. Some big problems arose from this law diversity, such as the acceptance of child marriage, divorce, alimentary and inheritance issues. The wide interpretation of the religious laws is also criticized as it violates the principal of equality before the law. Some fear that a unified religion system would favor Hinduism, India's largest religious belief.

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