Hopeful of getting a resident permit in India, controversial Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen has said that even if Bangladesh allows her to enter, she wants to spend the rest of her life in her second home - India.
Writer Taslima Nasreen, tweeted on Sunday saying, she at first politely and then impolitely turned down a request from Colors to be a part of Bigg Boss Season 8.
During the 20-minute meeting, Taslima requested the Home Minister that she be allowed to stay in India for a longer period.
Pleas to Narendra Modi to give her resident permit back have poured in from several quarters.
Today she tweeted that the Indian government has now cancelled her resident permit and issued her a temporary tourist visa instead. Nasreen wrote:
Recently Nasreen had expressed dismay that she wasn't allowed to visit the book fairs in Kolkata and Dhaka.
Accusing the West Bengal government of forcing abandonment of the telecast of a serial based on controversial author Taslima Nasreen's writings, a section of intellectuals and rights activists Friday said they would file a PIL seeking immediate broadcast of the programme.
The Supreme Courton on Tuesday restrained Uttar Pradesh Police from taking any coercive step against self-exiled Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen following her criticism of AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal meeting cleric Maulana Tauqeer Raza Khan just before Delhi assembly elections.
The Supreme Court will on Tuesday hear exiled Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen's plea for quashing the charges against her for controversial tweet criticizing a meeting between Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal and religious leader Maulana Tauqeer Raza Khan.
Exiled Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen is back at writing on women's oppression - this time a script for a Bengali TV serial.
The case was lodged last night at Kotwali police station by Hasan Raza Khan Noori Miyan, son of the 'sajjadanasheen' of Dargah-e-Ala Hazrat Maulana Subhan Raza Khan Subhani Miyan, who objected to certain tweets by Nasreen against clerics on 6 November, police sources said here today.The case was lodged last night at Kotwali police station by Hasan Raza Khan Noori Miyan, son of the 'sajjadanasheen' of Dargah-e-Ala Hazrat Maulana Subhan Raza Khan Subhani Miyan, who objected to certain tweets by Nasreen against clerics on 6 November, police sources said here today.
The Opposition and women activists have come out strongly against Sinha's comment and asked him to resign from his post.
Taslima Nasreen's book launch at that Kolkata Book Fair was stalled after miscreants issued threats to disrupt the even scheduled to be held at the fair.