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The half that was not aware of it has now taken notice, — Ashok Goswami,Mumbai Law is blind Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s march to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s residence along with top party leaders in order to show solidarity with him is touching (‘Congress rallies behind Manmohan’ IE March 13) Manmohan Singh’s integrity is beyond doubt It is unbelievable that he could have misused his authority for personal benefit or conspired in the coal block allotments But he was a rather helpless prime minister and his hands were tied for most of his tenure Number 10 Janpath and that extra-constitutional super cabinet the National Advisory Council played a vital role in decisionmaking The summons to Manmohan Singh seem to have scared the Congress However street marches and protests won’t help — MC Joshi Lucknow Rights and noses This refers to the editorial ‘Tide of illiberalism’ (IE March 13) There can be no two opinions about the necessity of the freedom of expression This is a right that has been given to us by our Constitution is part of its basic structure and cannot be taken away But at the same time this right does not confer on one the freedom to wound the feelings and sentiments of others I have a right to swing my hand But that right expires where your nose starts We have the freedom to express ourselves through art and writing But should we be allowed to draw profane images and hurt the religious sentiments of others — NR Ramachandran Chennai A time for restraint This refers to ‘Media and the accused’ by Anuj Bhuwania (IE March 12) The writer expounded on the rights of the accused to publicise their views through the media I disagree with Bhuwania that the press should act as a channel for a convicted rapist to disseminate his odious opinions It could easily be misused to further a hidden agenda and garner sympathy in the court of public opinion There is no space for public sentiment in the judicial process Discretion and restraint are the need of the hour The media must recognise the damage it can do in today’s times — as we saw in the recent Dimapur lynching — Gurjant Pannu Chandigarh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News challenged the tradition of not allowing women to offer prayers. The Maharashtra Andhashraddha Nirmoolan Samiti (MANS) or the Maharashtra Blind Faith Eradication Committee.
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