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Writers And Historians Fear For India's Free Speech

Posted at 8:29PM Sunday 08 Jun 2014

Dinanath Batra considers himself a campaigner with a cause.

Yet while the 84-year-old sees himself as a crusader for the truth, his opponents see him as a right-wing ideologue who sorely threatens India's tradition of free speech and debate.

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