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Salman Rushdie condemns IS' 'hate filled religious rhetoric' used to ...
London, Oct 11 : Salman Rushdie has condemned the 'hate filled religious rhetoric' that convinces hundreds of British Muslims to join the Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq and Syria and describes it as the most risky weapon in the world today, towards the death of people in Iraq, towards the ...
Salman Rushdie gets Denmark's top literature award
Odense (Denmark), Aug 18 : Indian-born British author Salman Rushdie received Sunday a literary award named after Denmark's famous poet and fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen.
Rushdie skips city;demonstrators still wave black flags
Kolkata, Jan 30 : A group of people waved black flags and shouted slogans in front of the domestic terminal of the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International (NSCBI) airport this morning apprehending the visit of controversial author Salman Rushdie.
Brit author claims Prince Charles turned his back on Rushdie over ...
London, April 15 : Prince Charles had denied to back Sir Salman Rushdie during his fatwa over his book 'The Satanic Verses', because he thought the book was insulting to Muslims, author Martin Amis claims.
'Prince Charles did not support Rushdie over The Satanic Verses'
London, April 15 : Britain's Prince Charles turned his back on author Salman Rushdie during the fatwa over publication of 'The Satanic Verses' as he believed the book was offensive to Muslims, a novelist has revealed.
Modi poll win bodes ill for India's future, say Rushdie and Kapoor
London, Apr.11 : Artists and intelectuals based in the United Kingdom and the United States, including "Satanic Verses" author Salman Rushdie and sculptor and artist Anish Kapoor have sent an open letter to The Guardian to express their 'acute worry' over a Hindu nationalist like Narendra Modi ...
'India will become dumping ground for American literature'
Kolkata, Jan 26 : British literary agent David Godwin, who has represented every Indian Booker Prize winner except Salman Rushdie, Sunday predicted India would become the "dumping ground" for American literature and small publishers would be "pushed out" by monolithic publishing houses.