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Choose life, not evil
Irish Independent

Choose life, not evil

Sir - It's over 25 years since the Ayatollah Khomeni issued the fatwa on Salman Rushdie for "blaspheming against Islam". We are not 'rushing to judgement' when we say we are weary of this medieval barbarism and its relentless quest to stifle debate ... Irish Independent, 2 weeks ago

Jaipur Literature Festival: Naipaul cries, Theroux smiles on day one

JAIPUR: It was one of the literary world's most famous feuds but on Wednesday, Sir Vidia and his one-time protege Paul Theroux seemed to bury the hatchet by sharing the same shamiana (if not the same stage) at the opening day of the Jaipur ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Yes, Islam Needs to Reform

( Mohd Asim is Senior News Editor, NDTV 24x7 ) The great social reformer and educationist Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (1817-1898) had lucidly argued in favour of re-reading the divine word to establish a harmony in the divine and the worldly, if there ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago Blog: Yes, Islam Needs to Reform  NDTV2 weeks ago
VTDigger.org

Salman Rushdie speaks about storytelling, censorship

Author Salman Rushdie spoke at Ira Allen Chapel at UVM on Wednesday. Photo by Elizabeth Hewitt/VTDigger The moment you limit free speech, it's not free speech, Sir Salman Rushdie told a packed audience at UVM on Wednesday night. The ...
 VTDigger.org2 weeks ago

Zee JLF to be set in a book

450 writers, spread over nearly 240 sessions at the Kumbh Mela of books with a footfall in the excess of 2 lakh—If you thought the only word apart from mammoth that must come to mind is books, think again. The Zee Jaipur Literature Festival (ZJLF) ...
 DNA India1 week ago

Je suis Charlie, je suis free speech

News reports over winter break provided a flurry of headlines worth talking about, from the CIA torture report, gasoline prices falling to the lowest they've been in six years and President Obama restoring diplomatic relations with Cuba. All of ...
 Individual.com1 week ago
DNA India

How to move on and walk the path to forgiveness

Holding on to anger, is like consuming poison and expecting the other person to die Buddhist saying. Shutterstock Holding on to anger, is like consuming poison and expecting the other person to die Buddhist saying. This week, let's ...
 DNA India1 week ago

Dear Mr Perumal Murugan...

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Special Arrangement Writer Perumal Murugan TOPICS Don't change your mind just because people are offended; change your mind if you're wrong. Criss Jami Dear Mr. Murugan, Your decision to not write ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
The Wrap

Network Stars Fight Back: Charlie Hebdo Fans Flames of Growing Censorship Battle

For the record, I don't agree with that decision, MSNBC's Chris Hayes says about network not showing offensive Charlie Hebdo cartoons As the issue of censorship takes center stage in the wake of the murder of 12editorialstaffers at French ...
 The Wrap2 weeks ago
Capital Bay

EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Does Desert Island Discs have a gender equality policy?

By Ephraim Hardcastle for the Daily Mail View comments Does Radio 4's Desert Island Discs have a gender equality policy over its choice of guests I am asked by a (male) reader, who adds ungallantly: I haven't heard of most of the women on ...
 Capital Bay2 weeks ago
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