This article originally appeared on the . PERHAPS TO HIS DISMAY, the prolific novelist and essayist Salman Rushdie may be best known for the fatwa Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini issued against him for his fourth novel, The Satanic Verses (1988). He is, ... Salon, 2 weeks ago
'Midnight's Children' the rich story of seeking an identity - National Catholic Reporter, 2 weeks ago
Birth of a Nation, in the Words of Salman Rushdie - New York Times, 3 weeks ago
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Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children refers to the day when clicking an image of a bridge would make one a suspect. The real world of the 1960s was perhaps more 'ghostly' in Kashmir. The barber's shop beside Palladium Cinema at Lalchowk was a ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
The situation By Rushdie Oudia and James Omoro KISUMU; KENYA: Police in parts of Nyanza Province had a difficult time controlling angry residents protesting the declaration of President-elect Uhuru Kenyatta's election as valid. Groups of rioters ...East African Standard, 1 month ago
Many of the names are unfamiliar now, but they are the Martin Amis, Salman Rushdie and Jeanette Winterson of the future. For the fourth time in 30 years, Britain's Granta magazine has published an issue celebrating the Best of Young British ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
Salman Rushdie, the British Indian novelist, has a piece in The New York Times entitled "Wither Moral Courage"? He is saddened that we have "no Gandhis, no Lincolns anymore" and that those who do stand up to the "abuses of power and dogma" are ...Acton Commentary, 2 weeks ago Moral Courage New York Times, 3 weeks ago Whither Moral Courage? New York Times, 3 weeks ago Opinion: Whither Moral Courage? New York Times, 3 weeks ago
An Open Letter to diehard secularists who were chastising us for opposing the fascist government of Hasina Wajed Dear Mr Javed Anand, What do you say about this kristallnacht? Are these fascists worthy of your support? Should they themselves not be ...Milli Gazette, 5 days ago
Dan Brown has sold 200 million books in 52 languages, penned the global phenomenon The Da Vinci Code The stats are certainly impressive, but Dan Brown's writing divides many discerning readers, making him the marmite of modern literature. Salman ...Huffington Post UK, 5 days ago
As the Benghazi hearings continue and the government cover-up becomes all the more clear, it's important that we ask ourselves how America developed this phobia of appearing Islamophobic. Why are we so unwilling to connect the dots? As ...Town Hall, 1 week ago
Following a rich scholarly life, al-Razi died quietly at his home in Rey, surrounded by his students. Mahendra Singh Dhoni—the closest India has to a living god—is discovering the world has become somewhat touchier in the millennia since.Firstpost.com, 1 week ago
Aamir among most influential people in the world! Bollywood star Aamir Khan has been featured on one of the seven special covers of Time magazine listing the world's 100 most influential people. Aamir Khan, 48, who won praise from composer AR ...Indian News Link, 2 weeks ago
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