Indians boast of living in the world’s most populous democracy, and rightly so. Regular elections and vigorous public debate are a rebuke to anyone who thinks that liberty can’t flourish in a large, largely poor, culturally and linguistically diverse country. But in one area of life officials’ concerns for keeping peace between various religious and ethnic groups is threatening a core freedom: speech.
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