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Salman Rushdie: Make children learn literature by rote
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I connected the East with the West

The second and final part of the interview with author Salman Rushdie of which the first part was published on the yesterday. Rushdie speaks of contemporary literature, the importance of art to society, personal favourites and about Sri Lanka and ... Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 month ago
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Trump prepares to lose. From his close adviser... "If theres voter fraud, this election will be illegitimate, the election of the winner will be illegitimate, we will have a constitutional crisis, widespread civil disobedience, and the government will no longer be the government," Stone said. He also promised a "bloodbath" if the Democrats attempt to "steal" the election.Hmm. I wonder which party last "stole" a presidential election?" ...
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Freedom of Speech applies to Rushdies, Tasleemas, and Yogis but not to Zakirs, Owaisis and Azams

By Dr Javed Jamil: When Rushdies and Tasleemas, Yogis, Sadhavis and Cartoonists vilify Islam, depicting Quran, Prophet (PBUH) and his companions in highly derogatory manners, the international as well as Indian media rise in their support ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago

The fault in our speech

By Gautam Bhatia Where would you find Voltaire rubbing shoulders with Mahabharata, or Salman Rushdie cheek by jowl with the Ardhanareeshwara deity? This motley crowd was brought together by the Madras High Court on Tuesday in a wide-ranging ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago

Colliding worlds

He writes like a disciple of Marquez and Rushdie run amok. His characters grow with us, and we light up or despair with their ups and downs. As also with the prepubescence, adolescence and waning of place and history. His story also consumes other ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Ashokamitran: Standing out but beyond fads

Classicist dubs Rushdie a writer with craft but no art Guest: Is this the venue for the literary session? Doorman: Yes madam. Guest: But, there is no handrail. How will members of the Madras Book Club climb the steps? Do you have a ramp? ...
 Times of India2 months ago

There is much more to Lakshmi than Rushdie

Jugneeta Sudan In Love, Loss and What We Ate, Padma Lakshmi reclaims her identity as a multifaceted personality, much more than just the trophy wife of the famous writer Salman Rushdie. The honest memoir showcases her vulnerabilities and ...
 Navhind Times2 months ago

'Indians dismissed Rushdie's Raj revisionism fears in 1980s'

Booker Prize winner Salman Rushdie's concerns about India's depiction in a television series in the 1980s about the British Raj were brushed aside by then Indian leaders, according to UK Foreign Office papers released today. Rushdie felt 'The Jewel ...
 Business Standard1 day ago

US honour for Durban's 'Rushdie girl'

The Durban writer once attacked with a brick and called "Rushdie's bitch" has been offered a place at the oldest and largest multinational writing residency in the world. Priya Dala, author of What About Meera,has been selected to attend the 10-week ...
 Times Live South Africa2 weeks ago

The Daily 202: Is Trump a Manchurian Candidate? Or maybe the 1919 Chicago White Sox?

THE BIG IDEA:Salman Rushdie floated last fall that Donald Trump is a Democratic plant whose ultimate goal is to get Hillary Clinton elected president.To many conservatives, this feels less and less facetious. The presumptive GOPnominee has spent ...
 Washington Post2 months ago
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