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Jan 30, 2019
Perumal Murugan: 'Our society doesn’t have the right attitude towards reading and engaging with a book'Today, with six novels, four collections of short stories and four anthologies of poetry in his folio, Perumal Murugan is not only a crucial voice in Tamil literature, but also a professor of the same.
Nov 11, 2017
Perumal Murugan on returning from the 'dead', and how poetry helped him healAmong the greatest writers of Tamil literature of his time, Perumal Murugan speaks with Firstpost about returning from his self-imposed literary exile, how his writing has changed over the years, and his latest short story collection to be published — Goat Thief | Juggernaut Books | #FWeekend
May 23, 2017
Perumal Murugan on row over his book One Part Woman: 'I am not the controversy, I am the writer'With the Madhorubagan controversy and legal troubles behind him, Perumal Murugan is looking firmly to the future
Aug 22, 2016
Perumal Murugan in first interview after Madras HC ruling: 'I am thinking of slowly writing again'In his first interview after the 6 July 2016 Madras High Court ruling that quashed criminal proceedings against him, writer Perumal Murugan has talked about the controversy around his novel Madhorubagan, his self-imposed exile from writing and more
Jul 06, 2016
Perumal Murugan verdict is a victory for Indian literature, art and free speechFor now, it appears that Perumal Murugan has won the fight. However, this victory is not his alone. With the breaking of the levee that held him back, perhaps Indian literature can be flooded with expressions and ideas that were hitherto unexplored to usher in our own permissive society.
Jul 05, 2016
Meet Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul, who defended Perumal Murugan and MF HusainSanjay Kishan Kaul is no stranger to such judgments. In 2008, Kaul quashed the obscenity case against late MF Husain and backed the painter, who was forced to go into exile after his painting of Mother India as a naked woman was accused of hurting religious sentiments.
Jul 05, 2016
Madras High Court quashes criminal case against Tamil writer Perumal MuruganMore than a year after Tamil writer Perumal Murugan declared publicly in a Facebook post that he would stop writing — following a controversy over his novel Madhorubagan — the Madras High Court has quashed a criminal case filed against him by residents of Tiruchengode.