India cannot be China, nor should it try. Each country has its own forms of Govt, its own culture, its own history. And this plays a role in the mindset, ethos and approach It is also silly to give this argument that 'we' are simply not 'mature enough' to be a democracy, and are too driven by ancient psychological drives that lead to irrational behaviour that holds back 'progress'. What is 'mature' and how much mature we have to be, to be mature? The writer raises a good point. If 21 social networking sites for carrying material that promotes 'enmity between classes' and offends 'religious sentiment', then why one is yet to hear of a move to prosecute political parties for not only choosing candidates solely on the basis of their religious, ethnic and caste affiliations, but also highlighting and promoting them? The history of bans and censorship in India is the history of producing the smug belief that Indian culture is brimful of the most wonderful virtues. It is in the nature of social media to reflect social reality, some of it not pretty to watch. What say you?