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Book Review: Drowning Fish is a tale of myths and memories
Hindustan Times

Book Review: Drowning Fish is a tale of myths and memories

Drowning Fish is all about paradoxes. Quite like the analogy of the broken mirror as a fallible memory in Salman Rushdie's collection of essays, Imaginary Homelands. "It was precisely the partial nature of these memories, their fragmentation ... Hindustan Times, 1 week ago

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First Rushdie, now Taslima: Book launch delayed at Kolkata fair

Taslima Nasreen's book launch at that Kolkata Book Fair was stalled on Wednesday after miscreants issued threats to disrupt the event scheduled to be held at the fair. The book titled Nirbasan (Exile) is the latest instalment in the series of her ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago

India Art Fair: Three exhibits that made me go huh

New Delhi: Maybe I visited the art fair too close on the heels of the Jaipur Rushdie Summit, but I seem to have culturally decomposed over the last week. The India Art Fair, which has been demoted from the status of a Summit for some reason, is ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago

Punish killers of secular bloggers: Rushdie, Ghosh to Dhaka

l author Salman Rushdie has joined fellow Booker Prize winners and celebrated writers like Amitav Ghosh and Margaret Atwood to appeal to Bangladesh Government to do all in its power to punish the killers of three secular bloggers who were hacked to ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Rushdie Bangla call  The Telegraph1 month ago Rushdie, Ghosh Appeal to B'desh Govt to Punish Bloggers' Killers  Outlook1 month ago Rushdie: Punish killers of Bangladesh bloggers  The Hindu1 month ago
MSN India

'Ensure bloggers' safety in Bangladesh'

Leading authors, including Salman Rushdie and fellow Booker prize winners Margaret Atwood and Yann Martell, called on Bangladesh's government Friday to put an end to a spate of deadly attacks on atheist bloggers. Three bloggers have been hacked to death by ...
 MSN India1 month ago Authors urge Bangladesh government to halt blogger attacks  Times Live South Africa1 month ago Stop attacks on bloggers, top authors urge Bdesh  Pune Mirror1 month ago Top Authors Urge Bangladesh Govt to Halt Blogger Attacks  Naharnet1 month ago

There is no right not to be offended

SALMAN RUSHDIE: One of the big subjects in the book is the opposition between hatred and love, between friendship and hostility. And I certainly think I was fortunate in my friends, who both publicly and privately, gave me an astonishing degree of ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Delhi seeing power struggle

In his novel Shame, Salman Rushdie memorably described Pakistan as a place “insufficiently imagined”. The position of the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi, in India’s constitution is somewhat similar. A metropolis of 25 ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Bangladesh blogger murders: Rushdie, Ghosh urge justice

Over 150 writers and journalists from India, Britain and elsewhere have signed an open letter to Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajed condemning the recent murders of three bloggers in the country, and seeking justice for them. ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Ovation for Hebdo

Salman Rushdie at the PEN gala in New York. (AFP) May 6: Two members of Charlie Hebdo , the French satirical magazine, took the stage to a thundering standing ovation at PEN American Center's literary gala last night, capping a 10-day debate ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Authors boycott ceremony as Charlie Hebdo feted in New York  Yahoo! Singapore2 months ago Charlie Hebdo 'courage' award irks writers, raises concerns of reprisals  USA Today2 months ago

Rushdie pat lands author in asylum

An Indian-origin South African author, who was hit in the face with a brick and a knife held to her throat for praising the writing of Salman Rushdie, has been admitted to a mental institution. At a literary event in a Durban school last month, Zainub Priya ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago Indian-origin author admitted to mental hospital in S Africa for allegedly 'praising' Salman Rushdie's work  DNA2 months ago
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