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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





Sub: iNTERESTING

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


Posted by Assad




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