His name looms large in the minds of Indians since the 26/11 terror attack in Mumbai.
^As in, all Indians? Doubt it.
Kasab (and his dead comrades) have, with a single strike, turned to ashes all Indo-Pakistani efforts since August 1947 to be friendly neighbours.
^Kasab, and all his dead comrades, has turned into ashes?
It will be tough to defend a country that Indians have had issues with long before Kasab, even before a virtual international body.
^Lets not get over dramatic here. It will not be tough, unless you make it tough, or others make it tough on you.
I could make friends across the globe, while bringing diversity to your doorstep.
^I think you mean, 'from across the globe'. How will you bring diversity to the University's doorstep by the way (Is that the most appropriate place for diversity.) (Yes, that comment is as lame as the cliche you have just used)
Perhaps this would help to combat all that Kasab and his allies brought home to me on 26/11
^Umm. What will?
Your essay has very obvious grammatical errors, that are in dire need of being corrected if you want to strengthen your essay.
You do not, in adequate detail, explain what it is you want to study and why you want to study that subject at University.
You do not show any understanding of what the course is about, and what you expect to learn from it and how you will benefit from the course.
You make certain grand statements, such as 'I love challenging myself', yet you dont provide any information or detail that can be used to prove that you in fact love challenging yourself.