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Oct 08, 2015
Iran to boycott Frankfurt Book Fair after Salman Rushdie invited as guest speakerIran on Wednesday said that it will boycott next week's Frankfurt Book Fair after organisers invited the controversial author Salman Rushdie, whom Iranian scholars said should be killed, as a guest speaker.
Mar 24, 2015
Indian-origin author in South Africa brutally beaten up for praising Salman RushdieAn Indian-origin author in South Africa was brutally assaulted and verbally abused after she praised controversial writer Salman Rushdie.
Mar 11, 2015
Salman Rushdie to join New York University journalism facultySalman Rushdie will teach and advise journalism students at New York University as Distinguished Writer in Residence.
Feb 13, 2015
Attention must be paid: Maharashtra's action against Salman Rushdie's tweet is dangerousMost authors are opinionated, prone to emotional outbursts and the sort who bear grudges.
Feb 12, 2015
Freedom to be crude and petty: Why AIB's roast and Salman Rushdie tweet matterLet’s be clear about one thing about freedom of expression. It ain’t pretty. It never was and it never will be.
Jan 30, 2015
Salman Rushdie's first novel in seven years out in SeptemberBritish author Salman Rushdie's first novel in seven years will be released in September, his publishers said today.
Jan 15, 2015
Resent how Charlie Hebdo cartoonists were vilified as racists: Salman RushdieAuthor Salman Rushdie, who lived for years under a death threat after his 1988 book The Satanic Verses said on Wednesday the right to free speech is absolute or else it isn't free.
Aug 18, 2014
Salman Rushdie awarded Denmark's top literature prizeSalman Rushdie has been given a literary award named after Denmark's famous poet and fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen.
Aug 15, 2014
From Salman Rushdie to Chetan Bhagat: The navratna of new Indian storytellingWho would form the navratna of storytelling in the new India? From Salman Rushie to Chetan Bhagat, here's our list.
Aug 14, 2014
Gabriel García Márquez's India connection: Sanskrit, Indira, Rushdie and solitudeIn 100 Years of Solitude, Gabriel Garcia Marquez has a Sanskrit speaking character with ghostly reincarnations. The Colombian writer also had fans in Indira Gandhi and Salman Rushdie, both of whom loved his work