"Why can't state and religion be separate? And Quran was written by man, not by God," says Taslima Nasreen, the famous Bangladeshi author banished from her home country for her anti-establishment views. Criticised by several Muslim clerics across nations, Ms Nasreen -sometimes given the moniker 'Woman with Reckless Courage' - says that she is against fundamentalism of any kind and abhors any religion that enslaves women. On the issue of Rohingyas being expelled from India she says the Indian government should learn from the European nations in the way they accepted Syrian refugees. And on why most Indian politicians refuse to meet her, she replies with a chuckle, "They're afraid they'll lose votes". Watch Walk the Talk with Taslima Nasreen to know why she thinks Aung San Suu Kyi doesn't deserve the Nobel Peace Prize.