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When Charles turned  his back on Rushdie
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'Prince Charles did no...

Britain's Prince Charles turned his back on author Salman Rushdie during the fatwa over publication of 'The Satanic Verses' as he believed the book was offensive to Muslims, a novelist has revealed. In an interview with Vanity Fair, author Martin ... Siasat Daily, 1 day ago
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‘Charles refused to back Rushdie’

Prince Charles had turned his back on India-born Salman Rushdie after a fatwa was issued against him for his controversial novel The Satanic Verses because he thought the book was offensive to Muslims, a British author has claimed. Martin Amis claims that the ...
 Asian Age8 hours ago 'UK prince refused to back Salman Rushdie over Satanic Verses fatwa'  Financial Express1 day ago `UK prince refused to back Rushdie over Satanic Verses fatwa`  Zee News1 day ago 'UK prince refused to back Rushdie over Satanic Verses fatwa'  India Today1 day ago

Rushdie & Co on Modi: Passing off prejudice as principle

The true test of India's pluralism is not a rejection of Modi, but the country's ability to take a Modi in its stride
 First Post.com1 day ago Who is afraid of Modi? It’s intellectuals, not Muslims  First Post.com2 days ago Who’s afraid of Narendra Modi? It’s intellectuals not Muslims  First Post.com3 days ago
Pakistan Today

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

UK-MODI - Rushdie, Anish Kapoor lead anti-Modi charge in UK media Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. From Aditi Khanna London, Apr 11 (PTI) Leading Indian-origin writers, artists and lawyers have warned against Narendra Modi as India's next Prime ...
 Namibia Press Agency5 days ago The Guardian says Modi as PM 'will bode ill for India' in open letter  Hindustan Times6 days ago Indian brains say Modi as PM will augur ill for India  Pakistan Today5 days ago INDIA VOTES: Rushdie and Kapoor warn against Modi  The Week UK5 days 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 Hindu2 weeks ago

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo to receive PEN award with Salman Rushdie

NEW YORK -- One writes novels and likes to tweet. The other is Twitter's CEO. Both men, Salman Rushdie and Dick Costolo, will be honored May 5 in New York at the annual gala of the PEN American Center. The literary organization told The Associated ...
 SiliconValley.com3 weeks ago Salman Rushdie, Twitter CEO to receive PEN awards  BusinessWeek3 weeks ago Salman Rushdie and Twitter's Dick Costolo to receive awards from literary organization PEN  610 CKTB3 weeks ago Salman Rushdie Twitter CEO to receive PEN awards  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Yes, I'm dating Salman Rushdie, confesses Alia Bhatt

While media was speculating over her link-up with Arjun Kapoor and Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt was secretly dating author of Midnight's Children fame Salman Rushdie. The actor in a free-wheeling chat with revealed that she has found ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
International Business Times India

Hezbollah Issues Fatwa Against 'Innocence Of Muslims' Makers; Rushdie Blasts Movie

The leader of Lebanon's militant Islamist political party Hezbollah has issued a proclamation calling for the death of the producers and actors of the highly controversial film, "Innocence of Muslims," which has sparked outrage, protests and violent ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago Iranian mullah revives death fatwa against Salman Rushdie over Satanic Verses 25 years after it was issued  One News Page1 month ago 25 Years On: Iranian Mullah Revives Death Fatwa Against Salman Rushdie  Booktrade - Book2Book1 month ago 25 Years On Iranian Mullah Revives Death Fatwa Against Salman Rushdie  Booktrade - Book2Book1 month ago

Aatish Taseer's walk across the border

"I must confess, Pakistan, that when I first set eyes on you, I blamed you for the destruction. As much as Rushdie could not forgive Karachi for not being Bombay, I could not forgive you, Pakistan, for not being India. My biases were legion: I grew up in India, with an Indian mother. My father was Pakistani. They were both Punjabis. The line that had gone through Punjab affected me directly. No nostalgia, no bittersweet ironies for me: I had a parent on one side, and a parent on the ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
The Friday Times

Freedom of Speech

Freedom of speech has become a major talking point in the Muslim world since the Rushdie Affair in the late 1980s. Since the phrase has such a positive ring to it, everyone from the mullahs to the hippies seems to be all for freedom of speech, ...
 The Friday Times1 month ago Book bans a blow to freedom of speech in India  WA Today1 month ago India Censored  Business Standard2 months ago 'In India, I think people take Diaspora fiction very seriously'  Rediff.com2 months ago
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