India cannot be divided at all. No human agency has the capacity to divide India. This is simply because India was never one and will never be one. This is the irony of Indian nationalism. Many regions, petty kingdoms were put together as one country for the colonial commercialism of the British.
We have the Kanhaiya incarceration immediately after Rohith's suicide. Or are the events in Hyderabad and in JNU related to each other? In a way yes, somewhat blatantly! In the case of Rohit, there was the denial of Dalit rights by the right wing ruling gang that professes a particular brand of nationalism.
The suicide of Rohith Vemula has stirred the nation's conscience and develop new paradigms of inclusive 'development'. His suicide has brought a grim reminder to the rulers that they cannot develop India excluding Adijans (Dalits) from the portals of development. He has generated a new national discourse on the act of suicide forcing even the Prime Minister to call this as a loss to Mother India.
Sex is eternal and universal. To some it is also cosmic. The idea of marriage is going through a swift transformation globally. The recent judgment of the Supreme Court in the US, the pronouncements by Pope Francis on gay marriage are manifestations of a rapid change that is taking place in institutional sex.