Woo hoo, saved it so that next time some "Freedom of Expression and Speech" peddler has a fit, I'll be sure to rub this on his/her nose and make them see sense.
Ms Nasreen told TV channels on Friday that she would be dropping some lines from Dwikhondito, her 2003 autobiography.
Leading writers in Bengal have welcomed Ms Nasreen's move.
"It is a clever and a timely move. It is not a surrender to the fundamentalists but a compromise to tackle the present situation where Muslims across the board are feeling upset ," said Abul Bashar.
Shirshendu Mukherjee said Ms Nasreen's move should "assuage ruffled sentiments".
However, noted painter Shuvaprassana said Ms Nasreen had compromised by withdrawing the lines.
"This is a compromise that she has been forced into for the sake of getting refuge. But if she can drop two pages to get refuge in India, she can drop three pages and go back to Bangladesh," he said.