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Delhi Riots 2020 book controversy: Getting the narrative right

Delhi Riots 2020 book controversy: Getting the narrative right

FPJ writer is captivated by the latest debate besieging the publishing world and tries to piece together a balanced perspective from both...Read More

The Zen Master Explains: Why banning 'fascist' books is completely 'liberal'

The Zen Master Explains: Why banning 'fascist' books is completely 'liberal'

"No of course it is not intolerance. When we do it, it is called resistance, and pronounce the word please as the French do it."

After Bloomsbury's silence, Delhi Riots 2020 author Monika Arora says Garuda Prakashan will be their new publisher

After Bloomsbury's silence, Delhi Riots 2020 author Monika Arora says Garuda Prakashan will be their new publisher

On Sunday, authors of the book 'Delhi riots 2020: The untold story' sent a legal notice to Bloomsbury India after it distanced itself fro...Read More

'You finalised the draft': Full text of Delhi Riots 2020 authors’ email to Bloomsbury India

'You finalised the draft': Full text of Delhi Riots 2020 authors’ email to Bloomsbury India

The following is the letter written to Bloomsbury India by Monika Arora, Sonali Chitalkar and Prerna Malhotra.Dear Mr.Paul Kumar, This ha...Read More

Fahrenheit 451 revisited over 'Delhi Riots 2020': Sanjay Dixit asks people to boycott Harry Potter, burn William Dalrymple's books

Fahrenheit 451 revisited over 'Delhi Riots 2020': Sanjay Dixit asks people to boycott Harry Potter, burn William Dalrymple's books

In what can be termed as India's "Fahrenheit 451" moment, author Sanjay Dixit, on Sunday asked people to boycott Harry Potter and burn Wi...Read More

‘Our Charlie Hebdo’: Delhi Riots 2020 authors cry foul after being dropped by Bloomsbury India

‘Our Charlie Hebdo’: Delhi Riots 2020 authors cry foul after being dropped by Bloomsbury India

A day after outrage on social media, Bloomsbury India decided to drop a book titled Delhi Riots which among others things claimed the rio...Read More

Former OCI holder Aatish Taseer thanks JLF co-founder William Dalrymple for stopping publication of 'Delhi Riots 2020'

Former OCI holder Aatish Taseer thanks JLF co-founder William Dalrymple for stopping publication of 'Delhi Riots 2020'

Amidst the ongoing controversy over the book 'Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story', journalist Aatish Taseer on Saturday thanked historian...Read More

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