India issues new online guidelines after girls' arrests

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India has issued new guidelines as to what can be said online. This follows the high profile case of two girls who were arrested over their Facebook comments.

But do Indian citizens need protecting from offensive comments, or is India a land of free speech? The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan reports.

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