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Salman Rushdie

Steeped In the Fabulous

Nandini Nair

An epic time-travelling novel by Salman Rushdie and other mysteries

Persian Discontent

Salman Rushdie’s prophecy and the second Iranian revolution

Holy Horrors

Salman Rushdie and the dangers of raising difficult questions

Who Wants Salman Rushdie Killed?

Thirty-three years after the fatwa, the author of the Satanic Verses was grievously injured in an assassination attempt at a literary event in New York. The attack, by a 24-year-old man inspired by the forces unleashed by the late Ayatollah Khomeini, reminds the world how alive is the murderous fury of radical Islam against the freedom of ideas and imagination

Why Nobody, Not Even a Ruthless Murderer, Can Surprise Rushdie

The author recalls his meeting with the celebrated and charming author over a decade ago, his wit, scholarship and tremendous willpower

Why We Need Salman Rushdie

The attack on him is a reminder that the pursuit of truth is always pitted against the bloody profanities of faith

The Myth of Hindu Pakistan

Salman Rushdie is both right and wrong about India

Open Minds 2021: Public Square

Salman Rushdie | Satya Nadella | Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Swapan Dasgupta | Shashi Tharoor | Brahma Chellaney | Prashant Kishor | Ram Madhav | Kanti Bajpai | Vinay Sitapati | Tanvi Madan | Nikhil Srivastava | Byju Raveendran | James Joseph | Y Nuklu Phom

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