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November 04, 2003

The state of Maharashtra is aiming to pass a bill that will help it punish those who make false claims and take advantage of people's superstitions.

Should the rest of India follow Maharashtra's example? Does India need an anti-superstition law?

How would you define superstition or blind faith?

Have you suffered/gained because of your beliefs?

Share your opinions and experiences.

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Number of User Comments: 90

Sub: antisuperstition

Yes, this law should be pass.

Posted by narendra khaire

Sub: Superstitions should move off ,new era being ahead

I think there will be little number of Indians, like me, who want to stop the black-journey of superstitions. But the major rest part should ...

Posted by Subha

Sub: wrong!

a absolutly wrong move of government.

Posted by nisheeth

Sub: superstitions

I don't think they should pass any laws. Why? The people trying to pass it are waisting their energy in parliament trying to convay the ...

Posted by devyanshi


Sounds interesting... but important thing is wld it happen..???

Posted by Assad



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