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God in God’s Own Country
Published on : Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Recently, some fanatics chopped off the hands of Prof T. J. Joseph of Newman College for a controversial reference to Prophet Mohammad.The problem is that we have legitimised too much the idea that speech offensive to religion should be an actionable offence, so that those wanting to police offences against religion feel empowered. Collective ideologies will try to compensate for a sense of individual failure and inadequacy. To preserve liberal values, we need more clarity and consistency, writes Pratap Bhanu Mehta in The Indian Express.


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