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Salman Rushdie, Anish Kapoor lead anti-Modi charge in UK media
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Rushdie, Anish Kapoor lead anti-Modi charge in UK media

Leading Indian-origin writers, artists and lawyers have warned against Narendra Modi as India's next Prime Minister, saying his coming to power will "bode ill for the country's future". "Without questioning the validity of India's democratic ... Business Standard India, 1 week ago
Rushdie, Anish Kapoor lead ... Siasat Daily, 1 week ago

India's diverse culture is unique, says Italian contemporary artist

Drawing on the similarities between Indians and Italians, author Salman Rushdie wrote in an article on celebrated Italy-born artist Francesco Clemente, who shares his time between Varanasi and New York, that some Indians think that perhaps Italians ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
The Week UK

INDIA VOTES: Rushdie and Kapoor warn against Modi

SOME of India's most prominent artists and academics including sculptor Anish Kapoor and novelist Salman Rushdie have written an open letter criticising the controversial Hindu nationalist politician many expect to become India's next prime ...
 The Week UK1 week ago Indian artists warn against Modi  BBC1 week ago
Japan Times

For Hindu nationalists, a chance to right wrongs

LONDON/NEW, DELHI From a distance, the scene is as colorful as any in India. Men dressed as Hindu deities, with tinsel crowns and tridents, wait for their turn on the stage. Teenagers saunter by trucks carrying effigies of mythological heroes and ...
 Japan Times20 hours ago

Modi: Why Western media still doesn't get it

Over the past few months a spate of articles has appeared in the Western media bitterly critical of Narendra Modi. It would appear that a plague were about to visit India on May 16. Roger Boyes wrote in the London Times : It looks as if India is ...
 Times of India4 days ago

Film fraternity urges voters to 'protect country's secular character'

Zoya Akhtar is one of the 60 members of the film industry who signed the open appeal New Delhi : About 60 members of the film fraternity, some very well-known, have signed an open letter that they say is "a collective appeal to the citizens of ...
 NDTV4 days ago

Penguin Random House Acquires Santillana's Trade Book Business

Penguin Random House, the global trade book publishing group established last year by parent companies Bertelsmann and Pearson, announced on March 19, 2014 that on that date it signed agreements with Santillana, the book publishing business ...
 Examiner.com5 days ago
The Hindu

Traditional hostility towards BJP visible

The arrival of Shahi Imam Bukhari at a polling booth in Chandni Chowk's Pataudi House saw an enthusiastic response from many Muslim voters present there on Thursday. However, many said that the religious leader's announcement of supporting the ...
 The Hindu6 days ago
Outlook India

Public Stories, Private Censorship

Today, The Hindu reported that Navyana , a Delhi-based publisher, has cancelled its agreement to publish an English translation of Joe DCruz 's Tamil novel, Aazhi Soozh Ulagu ( Ocean Ringed World ). As a writer, Mr. DCruz's credentials are not ...
 Outlook India6 days ago

Opinion: Anticipating Modi's victory are two distinct groups

Swapan Dasgupta (Swapan Dasgupta is a Delhi-based political commentator with avowedly right-wing inclinations) Election forecasting in India depends only partially on opinion polls. It is essentially a hit-and-miss exercise where expectations ...
 NDTV1 week ago Anticipating Modi's victory are two distinct groups  NDTV1 week ago
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