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Salman Rushdie changed my writing perceptions: Marlon James
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PTI - JLF-MARLON - Salman Rushdie changed my writing perceptio...

JLF-MARLON - Salman Rushdie changed my writing perceptions: Marlon James Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Bhaskar Sarma Jaipur, Jan 25 (PTI) Author Salman Rushdie helped the 2015 Booker Prize winning writer Marlon James liberate his voice as a ... Namibia Press Agency, 2 weeks ago

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The Native Sahib

SALMAN Rushdie seems to have summed up all of India's attitude to Rudyard Kipling when he said, I have never been able to read Kipling calmly. As Rushdie admits, it is only with a mixture of anger and delight that we Indians can read Kipling. Anger ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago This British author has had a death sentence on his head for more than 20 years  TheJournal.ie1 month ago Jaitley asks for relook at SC gay sex verdict: PC finds ban on satanic verses wrong  United News of India2 months ago Salman Rushdie expresses concern for the safety of journalists in Mexico  MyInforms2 months ago
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Salman Rushdie to Ashis Nandy: When JLF hit a wrong note

The annual Jaipur Literature Festival is one of the most awaited literature festivals, known to bring some of the best-known authors on one stage. However, JLF, which began in 2005, has also occasionally grabbed headlines for the wrong reasons. From the ...
 MSN India2 weeks ago
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Indian Minister Says Satanic Verses Should Never Have Been Banned

Indian politicianP Chidambaram said thatThe Rajiv Gandhi government should never have banned Salman Rushdie's book Satanic Verses in 1988. At the Times LitFest he spoke for openness and tolerance called the banwrong. The Times of India has the ...
 Adweek Online2 months ago Islamist Bullying on Rushdie Book Continues  Middle East Forum2 months ago Ban on Satanic Verses wrong: Chidambaram admits, 27 years later  Rediff.com2 months ago 88 Rushdie book ban wrong: P Chidambaram  Asian Age2 months ago

think now | Salman Rushdie

A fundamentalist seeks to bring down a great deal more than buildings. Such people are against, to offer just a brief list, freedom of speech, a multi-party political system, universal adult suffrage, accountable Government, Jews, homosexuals, ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Press Modi on India's growing intolerance: Authors to David Cameron

Over 200 prominent authors including Salman Rushdie have asked British Prime Minister David Cameron to raise the issue of "rising climate of fear" and "growing intolerance" in India with counterpart Narendra Modi, in second letter from the PEN International ...
 DNA2 months ago Press Modi on intolerance, writers urge Cameron  Asian Age2 months ago 200 authors to UK PM: Talk on intolerance in India with Modi  Rediff.com2 months ago Ahead of Modi visit, 200 writers in UK raise issue of freedom of expression  Business Standard2 months ago
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Rijiju jibe at Cong over PC claim on Rushdie book

Amidst the ongoing debate over alleged intolerance, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju today said former Finance Minister P Chidambaram's statement that banning Salman Rushdie's book 'The Satanic Verses' was a mistake has punctured the Congress stand on ...
 The Echo Of India2 months ago Chidambaram punctured Congress claim of intolerance: Kiren Rijiju  Economic Times2 months ago Satanic Verses row: Chidambaram has proved Congress is an intolerant party, claims Kiren Rijiju  DNA2 months ago Chidambaram punctured Congress' claim of intolerance, says Kiren Rijiju  Economic Times2 months ago

Subcontinent Bookclub: Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children

Rushdie's magical novel, of the character and the country born at midnight on 15 August 1947, is the final in RN's year long exploration of the literature of India
 MyInforms1 month ago (Books) Rushdie awarded Mailer Prize  Hong Kong Standard Finance1 month ago Ronaldinho set for Fluminense return to take part in Florida Cup competition  NewsGrio1 month ago Rushdie receives Mailer Prize for lifetime achievement; award presented by Laurie Anderson  1057 EZRrock1 month ago

Cameron says discussed writers' letter expressing concern over 'growing intolerance' with PM Modi

Booker Prize winner Rushdie, recent Booker prize shortlisted British-Indian author Neel Mukherjee and other well-known names like Ian McEwan and Hari Kunzru were among the signatories of the open letter to Cameron.
 DNA2 months ago Intolerance issue follows Narendra Modi to UK, via 200 authors  Times of India2 months ago

Martyr v martyr, message from the extreme write

For some years now, the best way to get free publicity for a literature festival in India was either to invite Salman Rushdie or pretend that he would be attending. The media love controversy-in-anticipation. You might get the same half-a-dozen ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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