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The satanic verses
India Today

The satanic verses

Speaking the ban on his book The Satanic Verse, Salman Rushdie says that it's sad if the Ministry of Finance decides what books are to be read. India Today, 12 hours ago
Rushdie: Respect for Muslims is fear in disguise Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago

Salman Rushdie: I have no further interest in non-fiction

When I first met Salman Rushdie in early 1983, he had made a triumphant return to Bombay, as his hometown (and mine) was known then. We had driven down Marine Drive towards Warden Road, and pausing at Scandal Point, walking past Chimalkers and ...
 Livemint.com8 hours ago Rushdie: Storm of opinions in Twitter world  The Statesman1 month ago Rushdie vs Rushdie on Twitter ends in polite exchange  Times of India1 month ago
Broadway World

Salman Rushdie to Discuss New Novel TWO YEARS EIGHT MONTHS AND TWENTY-EIGHT NIGHTS at The Music Hall, 9/22

The Music Hall's Writers on a New England Stage series will present bestselling author Salman Rushdie on Tuesday, September 22, 2015. Mr. Rush die will discuss his first novel for adults in seven years, TWO YEARS EIGHT MONTHS AND TWENTY-EIGHT ...
 Broadway World1 week ago New Releases  New Indian Express1 week ago

Rushdie confronts parody tweeter

Sir Salman Rushdie has confronted an Indian parody Twitter account, asking @RushdieExplains to adopt another name. "The joke has worn thin. I'm tired of having your opinions ascribed to me. Pls tweet under your own name. Thanks", the author ...
 BBC1 month ago Salman Rushdie condemned for telling parody Twitter account holder @RushdieExplains to stop using his name because 'the joke has worn thin'  Capital Bay1 month ago Salman Rushdie parody Twitter account drops name at the author's request  ACQ Magazine1 month ago Salman Rushdie Confronts Indian Parody Twitter Account  Booktrade - Book2Book1 month ago

What makes Rushdie angry?

A Twitter handle sympathetic to the Congress had become very active in recent weeks. It was called @Rushdieexplains and carried a picture of the Booker Prize-winning author, Salman Rushdie, and often made fun of the Modi government and its policies. ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
ACQ Magazine

Salman Rushdie cheers release of Mazen Darwish from jail in Syria

Author pays tribute to writer imprisoned for championing free expression, and to the PEN campaign to free him Salman Rushdie has welcomed the release of the Syrian activist Mazen Darwish from prison after almost three-and-a-half years. Darwish, ...
 ACQ Magazine3 weeks ago Chicago Tribune Announces 2015 Literary And Heartland Award Winners  TheStreet.com4 weeks ago Salman Rushdie to receive Tribune...  DailyNews724.com4 weeks ago
Rolling Stone

Eastern Promises: Inside the Bold New Novel 'The Way Things Were' 5 days ago

When you are seven years old, Salman Rushdie apologizes to your mother. As a Sikh and a noted journalist who's received both death threats from extremists and come under scrutiny from the Indian government, she's concerned to see her unique name ...
 Rolling Stone4 weeks ago

Rushdie, Bratton féte former PI's new novel

Badge of Evil Former PI Bill Stanton and writer Craig Horowitz's new fiction tome, Badge of Evil, centers around a terror plot, and security was tight at their book party at White Street in Tribeca. Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, his wife Rikki ...
 New York Post1 month ago
New York Post

10 reasons why you should skip the Alps and ski in Iran

While you probably won't spot Salman Rushdie waxing down his Burton Custom X board at the top of a run anytime soon, Iran's Dizin ski resort — an under-two-hour drive north from Tehran, up in the Alborz mountains — could be the next Alps. Yes, ...
 New York Post1 month ago
The Wrap

Charlie Hebdo will no longer feature cartoons depicting...

Author Salman Rushdie (L) stands with Gerard Biard (C), editor-in-chief of the Paris-based satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, and critic Jean-Baptiste Thoret (R) during the annual PEN American Center Literary Gala May 5, 2015 at the American Museum of ...
 AOL.com1 month ago
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