Two per cent of the population disappears in the Sudden Departure, and many questions are raised not least, what on earth is going on? A baby disappears from the back seat of a car, as does the daddy of a little boy, and the driver of another car tha...
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At this summer's Calabash International Literary Festival in Jamaica, thousands turned up for readings by big-name authors: Salman Rushdie, Jamaica Kincaid, Zadie Smith and Albert Johnson...
Even if one doesn't compare it to the book, Midnight Children is much too tedious for comfort.
Rushdie's Kolkata visit: Dr Amartya Sen criticises protesters 07:44 Feb 03 2013 from IBNLive
Kolkata: Noted economist and Nobel laureate Dr Amartya Sen has criticised Muslim groups for raising a hue and cry over author Salman Rushdie's proposed visit to Kolkata for the Literary Meet. Dr Sen, who is attending the Literary Meet, said, "There
Society is becoming a culture of intolerance: Tharoor 07:27 Feb 03 2013 from IBNLive
New Delhi: Union Minister Shashi Tharoor has expressed anger over the controversy about Kamal Haasan's 'Vishwaroopam', Salman Rushdie and Ashish Nandy. While speaking to Karan Thapar on this week's Devil's Advocate, Tharoor said that people are
After Ashis Nandy and Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Rushdie has come under fire.
Poet and lyricist Javed Akhtar lashed out against the ban on 'Vishwaroopam' and also against the treatment meted out to Salman Rushdie
Controversial author Salman Rushdie on Friday said he was forced to cancel his trip to Kolkata
Salman Rushdie said the truth of the matter was that CM Mamata Banerjee ordered the police to block his arrival.