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    Rushdie book was not banned: Congress
    New Delhi, Nov 30 : Days after former finance minister P. Chidambaram's criticised the ban on Salman Rushdie's controversial novel "The Satanic Verses", the Congress on Monday noted only the book's import had been banned.

    Obama buys Salman Rushdie's latest book, author takes dig again
    New Delhi, Nov 29 : Following P Chidambaram's admission that banning 'The Satanic Verses' during the tenure of ex-PM Rajiv Gandhi-led government was 'wrong', author Salman Rushdie on Sunday took a dig at the former Union Finance Minister.

    Banning Salman Rushdie's book was wrong: P Chidambaram
    New Delhi, Nov 29 : Former Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram said banning writer Salman Rushdie's novel 'The Satanic Verses' during the tenure of ex-PM Rajiv Gandhi-led government was 'wrong'.

    Bhardwaj not in tune with Chidambaram, lauds Nehru's 'true image' ...
    New Delhi, Nov. 29 : Former law minister Hansraj Bhardwaj on Sunday rubbished former union minister P. Chidambaram's assertion that it was wrong on part of Rajiv Gandhi-led government in 1989 to ban Salman Rushdie's book 'The Satanic Verses', saying he is proud of the former prime minister who was ...

    'Satanic Verses' row: Congress must not become intolerant, says BJP
    New Delhi, Nov. 29 : A day after former union minister P. Chidambaram dubbed the decision to ban Salman Rushdie's book 'The Satanic Verses' by Rajiv Gandhi-led government in 1989 as 'wrong', the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday said the Congress must not become intolerant to every comment in ...

    Chidambaram could have corrected banning 'The Satanic Verses': ...
    New Delhi, Nov. 29 : Hitting out at former union minister P. Chidambaram calling the decision to ban Salman Rushdie's 'The Satanic Verses' by Rajiv Gandhi-led government in 1989 'wrong', Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit on Sunday said that the minister could have corrected it at that time.

    Satanic Verses ban: Tewari backs Chidambaram
    New Delhi, Nov. 29 : Defending former Union Finance Minister of P. Chidambaram, who termed the decision to ban Salman Rushdie's 'The Satanic Verses' by former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi-led the Congress Government in 1989 "wrong", Congress leader Manish Tewari on Sunday said his senior party ...

    Satanic Verses ban: Tewari backs Chidambaram
    New Delhi, Nov. 29 : Defending former Union Finance Minister of P. Chidambaram, who termed the decision to ban Salman Rushdie's 'The Satanic Verses' by former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi-led the Congress Government in 1989 "wrong", Congress leader Manish Tewari on Sunday said his senior party ...

    Satanic Verses ban: Tewari backs Chidambaram
    New Delhi, Nov. 29 : Defending former Union Finance Minister of P. Chidambaram, who termed the decision to ban Salman Rushdie's 'The Satanic Verses' by former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi-led the Congress Government in 1989 "wrong", Congress leader Manish Tewari on Sunday said his senior party ...

    Satanic Verses ban: Tewari backs Chidambaram
    New Delhi, Nov. 29 : Defending former Union Finance Minister of P. Chidambaram, who termed the decision to ban Salman Rushdie's 'The Satanic Verses' by former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi-led the Congress Government in 1989 "wrong", Congress leader Manish Tewari on Sunday said his senior party ...

    Rajiv Gandhi govt's decision to ban 'satanic verses' wrong: ...
    New Delhi, Nov. 28 : Former home minister P. Chidambaram on Saturday said that the decision of the former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi-led Congress Government to ban the book 'The Satanic Verses' by British Author Salman Rushdie in 1989 was wrong.

    Modi's silence permitting 'thuggish violence': Salman Rushdie
    New Delhi, Oct 13 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "silence" along with the silence of institutions like the Sahitya Akademi is permitting a new "degree of thuggish violence" in India, said celebrated author Salman Rushdie.

    Indian-origin writer attacked in South Africa, traumatised
    Durban, March 24 : An Indian-origin author attacked in South Africa for praising the controversial writer Salman Rushdie said on Monday that the incident left her traumatised and needing psychiatric help, according to media reports.

    Salman Rushdie to join NYU journalism faculty
    Washington, March 11 : Indian author Salman Rushdie, who won the Booker Prize for his 1981 novel "Midnight's Children", will teach and advise journalism students at New York University as Distinguished Writer in Residence.

    Salman Rushdie's new novel to be out in September
    New Delhi, Feb 2 : Author Salman Rushdie's new novel, a wonder tale about the way we live, will be launched in September, an official statement said.

    Rushdie calls Charlie Hebdo attack 'deadly mutation in the heart of ...
    London, Jan 08 : Condemning the terror attack at the Paris office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, British Indian author Salman Rushdie has said that the attack was a sign of the "deadly mutation in the heart of Islam."

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