Controversial Bangladeshi feminist writer Taslima Nasreen has been moved out of the western Indian city of Jaipur.
Ms Nasreen had flown from Calcutta to Jaipur on Thursday after violent protests by Muslims. But officials said she may be taken to the Indian capital, Delhi.
On Wednesday, police in Calcutta used tear gas and baton charges to control crowds calling for her Indian visa to be cancelled. Rioters blocked roads and set cars alight. At least 43 people were hurt. More than 100 arrests were made. Critics say she called for the Koran to be changed to give women greater rights, something she denies.