World | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday November 11, 2014
An association of Pakistani schools held an "I am not Malala" day on Monday, condemning young Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai for what it called her support for controversial novelist Salman Rushdie.
Diaspora | Indo-Asian News Service | Monday August 18, 2014
Indian-born British author Salman Rushdie received on Sunday a literary award named after Denmark's famous poet and fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen.
India | Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 24, 2014
The controversy over AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal's house refuses to die down with the new accommodation he is planning to shift stuck in a legal tangle over ownership.
Diaspora | Reuters | Friday June 20, 2014
Indian-born British author Salman Rushdie is the winner of this year's PEN/Pinter Prize in recognition of his support for freedom of speech and generous help to other writers, the prize judges said on Friday.
Election 2014 | Press Trust of India | Tuesday May 6, 2014
'People worry that they are going to be bullied and therefore try not to do anything that will attract the wrath of the 'Modistas',' he said.
Manisha Dhingra | Tuesday April 22, 2014
Hollywood star Richard Gere is reportedly dating Padma Lakshmi, according to a US entertainment website.
People | Agence France-Presse | Friday April 18, 2014
Gabriel Garcia Marquez was an enormous influence on a huge number of writers worldwide, in particular through his 1967 novel "One Hundred Years of Solitude".
Elections | Swapan Dasgupta | Wednesday April 16, 2014
Narendra Modi has turned the election into a referendum on himself, writes Swapan Dasgupta.
Election 2014 | Press Trust of India | Friday April 11, 2014
Leading Indian-origin writers,artists and lawyers have warned against Narendra Modi as India's next Prime Minister, saying his coming to power will "bode ill for the country's future".
Election 2014 | Sreenivasan Jain (with inputs from Niha Masih) | Friday April 11, 2014
A deluge of political ads in Urdu newspapers, which, as NDTV's show Truth vs Hype found, make barely concealed - and in some cases, open - appeals for the Muslim vote.
Opinion | Mani Shankar Aiyar | Monday February 24, 2014
As one who continues to support Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's mid-80s decision to ban the import of Salman Rushdie's Satanic Verses, how do I reconcile my horror at what is being done to Wendy Doniger with my solidarity with Rajiv on Satanic Verses?
India | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday February 12, 2014
American scholar Wendy Doniger said she was "angry and disappointed" that all copies of her book "The Hindus: An Alternative History" will be pulped in India after a legal row that has ignited fears about free speech.
India | Press Trust of India | Friday January 17, 2014
The seventh edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival, a mega annual gathering of litterateurs kicked off in Jupiter today with a keynote speech by Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen.
Alpan Saxena | Thursday September 19, 2013
Not since Satyajit Ray's Pather Panchali has an Indian film garnered as much encomium from the hard-to-please western critics as Ritesh Batra's The Lunchbox. He is overwhelmed.
Alpan Saxena | Thursday July 18, 2013
British actor Dev Patel has been listed as one of the most influential global Indians by men's magazine GQ India along with Bobby Jindal and Salman Rushdie.
Alpan Saxena | Friday May 17, 2013
After adapting Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children for the big screen, Indo-Canadian filmmaker Deepa Mehta is working on a script based on Shilpi Somaya Gowda's novel Secret Daughter about how two families are bound by an adoption.
Chandni | Monday April 22, 2013
Celebrated writer Salman Rushdie is all over the film version of his acclaimed novel Midnight's Children.
Chandni | Friday March 15, 2013
The 13th Annual New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) will kick off on April 10 with an exclusive screening of acclaimed director Deepa Mehta's Midnight's Children.
World | Reuters | Sunday March 3, 2013
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the Islamist movement's most active branch, has released an English-language magazine advising would-be militants on how to torch parked cars and cause traffic accidents.
India | Press Trust of India | Monday February 4, 2013
Issues like fundamentalists' protest against author Salman Rushdie's visit made real concerns of underdevelopment and poverty faced by Muslims in Bengal take a back seat, economist Amartya Sen said here today.