A controversial book on Mahatma Gandhi has been banned by the government in his native state of Gujarat.
Chief Minister Narendra Modi said that its contents were "perverse and defamed the icon of non-violence".
The book by Pulitzer Prize winning author Joseph Lelyveld contains evidence that India's independence hero had a homosexual relationship.
Correspondents say that more bans can be expected in a country where homosexuality still carries a stigma.
It was only made legal in 2009.
Gujarat's state assembly voted unanimously on Wednesday immediately to ban Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle With India - even though it has not yet been released in India and few people will have read it. More...