Time to relax India's gun control laws, to fight militants?
Friday, December 12, 2008
Should India ease up on its tight gun control laws to arm citizens so that they can put up a fight next time they are attacked in their hotels, train stations and even a hospital as it happened in Mumbai last month?
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