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Center for South Asia Annual Lecture, Wendy Doniger: Blasphemy, Materialism, and Censorship in Ancient and Contemporary India
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Center for South Asia Annual Lecture, Wendy Doniger: Blasphemy...

. 4:00 PM. Location: Building 200, Room 002, History Corner Ancient Hinduism, more orthoprax than orthodox, had no concept of blasphemy until passionate and dogmatic strains of devotional Hinduism, or bhakti, developed after the 6th century CE. Events At Stanford, 1 week ago
Why non-Hindus need to write on Hinduism Times of India, 2 weeks ago

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Afternoon Despatch & Courier

SC stops online prosecution

SC has struck down section 66A (IT Act) as unconstitutional. Police can no longer arrest and prosecute anyone for adverse comments against VVIPs The Supreme Court on Tuesday declared Section 66A of Information Technology Act as ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier4 days ago
Washington Post

Supreme Court scraps 'draconian' Section 66A of IT Act

MUMBAI: In a landmark judgement the Indian Supreme Court today scrapped the 'draconian' Section 66A of the IT Act, which provides the power to arrest a person for posting allegedly offensive content online. The court ruled that the controversial ...
 Indian Television5 days ago India's Supreme Court strikes down law that led to Facebook arrests  Washington Post5 days ago Section 66A has gone, but here are other hurdles to free speech  Rediff.com5 days ago How to damage India's reputation  Kathmandu Post1 week ago
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Nearly 100 Authors Signed for National Book Festival

Press contact: Gayle Osterberg (202) 707-0020 Public contact: Center for the Book (202) 707-5221 Website: Library of Congress National Book Festival March 24, 2015 Nearly 100 Authors on Board for 2015 Library of Congress National Book ...
 Library of Congress5 days ago

Who youll see at the National Book Festival

Tom Brokaw, Jane Smiley, Marilynne Robinsonand E.O. Wilson are among the celebrated authors who will appear at this fall's National Book Festival,a 12-hour literary extravaganza in the nation's capital that draws close to 200,000 people. This ...
 Washington Post5 days ago
Chronicle of Higher Education

Weekly Book List, March 27, 2015

AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES Bricktop's Paris: African American Women in Paris Between the Two World Wars by T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting (State University of New York Press; 376 pages; $34.95). Examines the lives of Ada "Bricktop" Smith and 24 other ...
 Chronicle of Higher Education6 days ago

Another boost to food fascism

It was Mahatma Gandhi's advocacy of ahimsa (non-violence) in general and his concern for cow protection in particular that is reflected in the Directive Principles of the Constitution making it incumbent on the state to work for cow protection. ...
 Milli Gazette1 week ago
New Indian Express

Politics, Sensitivity Lead India to Rush to Ban Books, Films

NEW DELHI — A British documentary. A YouTube comedy clip. A book on Hinduism. Each offended some segment of Indian society, and each was banned or suppressed as a result. Over the last year, at least two books and two films have become ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Putting leash Politics, sensitivity lead India to ...  Gulf Time UAE1 week ago India's Daughter  The Hindu3 weeks ago
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Financial Express

Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty: P Chidambaram

People protest against the bill passed on beef ban in Maharashtra in Mumbai. To most Indians, the story of the struggle for independence ended on August 15, 1947. In fact, the struggle began on that day. The idea of an open and free society ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago Across The Aisle: Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty  Indian Express2 weeks ago

Beyond boundaries

A younger India will not tolerate attempts to control what they see, hear and even eat, especially if this is done in the name of Indian culture. When the Indian government declared that it was banning the documentary India's Daughter, and asking ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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