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"Skepticism and freedom are indissolubly linked," Salman Rushdie once said. If the connection between the two isn't immediately apparent, consider the venue for his comments: a convention of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE). Camera, 4 days ago
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A Divine Ruling Against a Criminal Assault

By: Kayhan Intl Staff Writer On February 13, 1988, the publication of blasphemous book The Satanic Verses by Salman Rushdie caused immediate uproar in the Islamic world for its irreverent depiction of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Later on, a fatwa ...
 Kayhan International2 weeks ago What's biting Bhalchandra Nemade?  Livemint.com2 weeks ago Salman Rushdie lashes out at Jnanpith awardee Bhalchandra Nemade, calls him 'grumpy old bastard'  DNA India3 weeks ago Stung Salman Rushdie lashes out at Jnanpith winner Bhalchandra Nemade  The Hindu3 weeks ago

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Questions the Nemade-Rushdie spat raises
 Outlook2 weeks ago Maharashtra backs Bhalchandra Nemade over Salman Rushdie tweet  Indian Express3 weeks ago Salman Rushdie gets flak for Nemade rant  Asian Age3 weeks ago Furious Salman Rushdie hits back at Jnanpith winner with tweet  Times of India3 weeks ago

Noted scholar Sadanand More flays Salman Rushdie for attacking Nemade

Noted scholar Sadanand More flays Salman Rushdie for attacking Nemade Monday, 16 February 2015 - 8:15pm IST | Place: New Delhi | Agency: PTI Noted scholar Sadanand More, who is the president of the all India Marathi literary conference on Monday disapproved ...
 DNA2 weeks ago Sadanand More flays Rushdie for attacking Nemade  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago PTI - NEMADE - Sadanand More flays Rushdie for attacking Nemade  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Rushdie lashes out at Nemade  The Hindu3 weeks ago

How Rushide paid tribute to RK Laxman in The Moor's Last Sigh

Salman Rushdie tweets his tribute to RK Laxman: "The Moor's Last SighP. 229, Spot RKLaxman's Common Man...  My little tribute to the great RK
 Rediff.com1 month ago RK Laxman's famous creation modelled Salman Rushdie's comic alter ego  Economic Times1 month ago Rushdie and the Common Man  Times of India1 month ago

Maharashtra government to initiate action against Salman Rushdie?

The Maharashtra government might take action against Indian-born writer Salman Rushdie who used strong language against Jnanpith Award winner and Marathi litterateur Bhalchandra Nemade in a tweet.
 DNA3 weeks ago Maharashtra govt backs Nemade, plans action against Rushdie tweet  Indian Express3 weeks ago Attention must be paid: Maharashtra's action against Salman Rushdie's tweet is dangerous  First Post.com2 weeks ago Maharashtra’s action against Salman Rushdie’s tweet is dangerous  MSN India2 weeks ago

State to probe Rushdie's filthy tweet

MUMBAI: The state government has decided to take action against Indian-born Booker prize-winning author Salman Rushdie for insulting Jnanpith award winner Bhalchandra Nemade. Education minister Vinod Tawde termed Rushdie's comment as "filthy" and ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago State to probe Rushdie’s ‘filthy’ tweet  Times of India3 weeks ago Rushdie: I stand with Charlie Hebdo, as we all must  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Regional writers back Nemade on tirade against Naipaul,

Rushdie Mumbai, Feb 15 (PTI) After comments by Jnanpith winner Bhalchandra Nemade earlier this month directed at Indian- origin authors in English like Salman Rushdie and VS Naipaul, writers in regional languages have now thrown their weight ...
 Press Trust of India2 weeks ago PTI - NEMADE-LITFEST - Regional writers back Nemade on tirade against Naipaul, Rushdie  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Time to Honour India's Vernacular Literature  New Indian Express6 days ago In conversation with Bhalchandra Nemade and Raosaheb Kasbe  DNA2 weeks ago

Rushdie, Arundhati Roy come in for flak at regional lit fest

Back in the 1500s, a boy from Stratford village worked his way up to become a global writer of classics. Today, those rooted in their local milieu who write in their mother tongues like Shakespeare did, rarely set bestseller charts on fire in India.
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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Pluralism: Freedom with riders?

India has not been kind to people who have taken the path less travelled -- be it MF Hussain or Salman Rushdie and more recently Perumal Murugan. Even while we have social media that has boosted freedom of expression and creativity, there is a rider ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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