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Salman Rushdie
World  /  Published 23.10.22

Rushdie loses sight in one eye

Novelist was rushed to the hospital after sustaining severe injuries in assault...
By Reuters

Culture  /  Published 29.09.22

How 'The Satanic Verses' got printed in Germany

Following the recent brutal attack on Salman Rushdie, famous writers have been reading passages from his works. Here's a look at how 1988's "The Satanic Verses" struggled to be published in German...
By Deutsche Welle

Opinion  /  Published 20.09.22

A legacy of gifts

Jean-Luc Godard was a generous artist...
By Ruchir Joshi

Books  /  Published 19.09.22

Time to join Banned Books Week

What do Galileo Galilei, Salman Rushdie and Harry Potter have in common? Books by or about them have been banned or challenged for diverse reasons...
By Deutsche Welle

Events  /  Published 07.09.22

Discussion on Rushdie’s ‘Haroun and the Sea of Stories’

The event spoke about the fourth and one of the most famous works of the author, which he had written as a result of the fatwa against him backed by Ayatollah Khomeini...
By Sukanya Basu

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India  /  Published 26.08.22

Govt condemns attack on Rushdie

We wish author a speedy recovery, says Arindam Bagchi...
By Our Bureau in New Delhi

India  /  Published 25.08.22

Rushdie: India condemns

A 24-year-old man, Hadi Matar, was identified as the alleged attacker...
By PTI in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 24.08.22

Animal lives matter too!

Readers write in from Chennai, Sholavandan, Ujjain, Mumbai and Calcutta...
By The Telegraph

India  /  Published 21.08.22

Rushdie: Silence questioned

'It is this silence that emboldens the Islamophobes to paint the religion as a creed of violence and terror'...
By PTI in New Delhi

World  /  Published 20.08.22

I was misquoted: Imran on Rushdie

Former Pakistani PM had refused to attend a seminar in India in 2012 because Rushdie was also invited...
By PTI in Islamabad


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