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Salman Rushdie

British-American novelist (born 1947)

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Salman Rushdie: British-American novelist (born 1947)
Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie is an Indian-born British-American novelist. His work often combines magic realism with historical fiction and primarily deals with connections, disruptions, and migrations between Eastern and Western civilizations, typically set on the Indian subcontinent.

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Man Accused of Stabbing Salman Rushdie Pleads Not Guilty [Video]

Man Accused of Stabbing Salman Rushdie Pleads Not Guilty

Man Accused of Stabbing , Salman Rushdie , Pleads Not Guilty. On August 18, the man accused of stabbing award-winning author Salman Rushdie pleaded not guilty in a New York courtroom. CNN reports..

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Iran Places Blame on Salman Rushdie and His Supporters for Stabbing Attack [Video]

Iran Places Blame on Salman Rushdie and His Supporters for Stabbing Attack

Iran Places Blame on, Salman Rushdie and His Supporters, for Stabbing Attack. The well-known and controversial author was stabbed several times during a speaking event in NY state. While Rushdie's..

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Iran denies any involvement in Salman Rushdie knife attack [Video]

Iran denies any involvement in Salman Rushdie knife attack

A foreign ministry spokesman in Tehran said

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Author JK Rowling gets death threat, Salman Rushdie taken off the ventilator | Oneindia News *News [Video]

Author JK Rowling gets death threat, Salman Rushdie taken off the ventilator | Oneindia News *News

A day after author Salman Rushdie was attacked, now the author of the Harry Potter series JK Rowling received death threats for condemning the attack on Rushdie in New York. #SalmanRushdie..

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Salman Rushdie stabbed: Prominent authors react to the attack on Rushdie | Oneindia news *News [Video]

Salman Rushdie stabbed: Prominent authors react to the attack on Rushdie | Oneindia news *News

Author Salman Rushdie was brutally attacked on Friday night while he was on a stage to deliver a lecture in New York. The attacker identified as Hadi Mattar is believed to be a supporter of..

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Author Salman Rushdie attacked at an event in New York,on ventilator | Oneindia news *International [Video]

Author Salman Rushdie attacked at an event in New York,on ventilator | Oneindia news *International

In a horrific incident that took place on Friday evening, well-known author Salman Rushdie was stabbed while he was on the stage during an event in New York. Rushdie is currently on ventilator adn the..

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Author Salman Rushdie attacked on stage at event in New York after decades of death threats [Video]

Author Salman Rushdie attacked on stage at event in New York after decades of death threats

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Author Salman Rushdie attacked on stage at event in New York [Video]

Author Salman Rushdie attacked on stage at event in New York

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Investigation into death threat made to JK Rowling dropped by police

investigation into death threat made to jk rowling dropped by police
An investigation into a death threat made to JK Rowling over her support of author Salman Rushdie has been dropped by police.
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'Horrific’, says India as it finally slams Rushdie attack


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Salman Rushdie stabbing: India breaks silence on 'horrific attack' on author, condemns incident

Salman Rushdie, 75, was stabbed several times in the neck and torso on August 12 at New York's Chautauqua Institution.
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India condemns attack on Salman Rushdie

"India has always stood against violence and extremism. We condemn the horrific attack on Salman Rushdie and we wish him a speedy recovery," external affairs ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said..
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Salman Rushdie attack suspect pleads not guilty to attempted murder

salman rushdie attack suspect pleads not guilty to attempted murder
The man accused of stabbing Salman Rushdie on stage last week has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and assault charges.
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Book sales for Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses surge after stabbing

book sales for salman rushdie's the satanic verses surge after stabbing
Book sales for Sir Salman Rushdie's novel The Satanic Verses have surged after the author was stabbed at an event in the US last week.
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Salman Rushdie's alleged attacker 'surprised the author survived'

salman rushdie's alleged attacker 'surprised the author survived'
A man who allegedly stabbed Sir Salman Rushdie has reportedly said he didn't think the writer would survive.
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E-searches for ‘The Satanic Verses’ up after Rushdie attack

Traffic for the term “Satanic Verses download” spiked starting late on Friday and continued to trend strongly through thr weekend and till Monday morning. A regional analysis showed that the..
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Salman Rushdie brought attack on himself, says Iran

Sir Salman Rushdie brought a stabbing attack that left him with "life-changing" injuries on himself, Iran has said.
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'Road to recovery has begun': Salman Rushdie's condition heading 'in right direction'

Sir Salman Rushdie's injuries remain "severe" after he was stabbed, but his condition is heading "in the right direction", the author's agent has said.
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Rushdie stabbed 12 times including in face and neck, district attorney's office says

Sir Salman Rushdie was stabbed about 12 times - including in the face and neck, a US district attorney's office has said.
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I don’t like books that wag their finger at me & tell me what to think: Salman Rushdie


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JK Rowling gets death threat after support for Salman Rushdie

jk rowling gets death threat after support for salman rushdie
JK Rowling is working with police after receiving a death threat over her support for Sir Salman Rushdie.
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Suspect in Salman Rushdie attack charged with attempted second degree murder

The suspect in the stabbing attack on Sir Salman Rushdie has been charged with attempted second degree murder, US officials have said.
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Rushdie suspect denies attempted murder - as video shows chaotic moments after attack

rushdie suspect denies attempted murder - as video shows chaotic moments after attack
The suspect in the stabbing attack on Sir Salman Rushdie has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder - as new footage shows the immediate aftermath of the assault.
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Life is 'relatively normal' now, Rushdie said weeks before stabbing

life is 'relatively normal' now, rushdie said weeks before stabbing
Sir Salman Rushdie said that after years of living in hiding and death threats his life was now "relatively normal" just weeks before he was attacked on stage.
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Who is the suspect in Salman Rushdie attack? What we know so far

who is the suspect in salman rushdie attack? what we know so far
New York police have identified the suspect in the attack on Salman Rushdie as 24-year-old Hadi Matar.
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Rajiv govt decision to ban Rushdie's book was justified, taken for law & order reasons: Natwar Singh


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'An assault on freedom of thought and speech': World reacts after author Rushdie stabbed on stage

'an assault on freedom of thought and speech': world reacts after author rushdie stabbed on stage
The stabbing of controversial author Sir Salman Rushdie has been described as "an assault on freedom of thought and speech".
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Who attacked Salman Rushdie? New York Police identifies 24-year-old suspect

Salman Rushdie is on a ventilator following hours of surgery after being stabbed in the neck and torso at a lecture in New York on Friday.
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Salman Rushdie may lose eye and is on ventilator after he was stabbed, says agent

Author Salman Rushdie will likely lose an eye and has suffered severed nerves in an arm and damage to his liver after he was stabbed, his agent has said.
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Salman Rushdie: A life spent fighting free speech - attacked at a bastion of free speech

The audience had come to hear a literary icon discuss freedom of expression and America's record as an asylum, and place of safety, for writers the world over. 
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Author Salman Rushdie Attacked and Stabbed On Stage In New York

Novelist Salman Rushdie, who has received death threats for years because of his work, was just attacked and possibly stabbed during an event. The author, who was formerly married to "Top Chef" host..
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Author Salman Rushdie stabbed in neck and abdomen on stage at US event - as suspect identified

author salman rushdie stabbed in neck and abdomen on stage at us event - as suspect identified
Author Sir Salman Rushdie, who has faced death threats for his novel The Satanic Verses, has been stabbed at least once in the neck and once in the abdomen while on stage at an event in New York state.
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May return to India for my next novel: Rushdie


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This weekend, catch Rushdie, Archer & Beth Reekles at the Times Litfest


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Vice President Naidu to launch Times Litfest today; Rushdie, Shafak among this year’s top draws


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Here's your chance to write for Rushdie


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260 writers approach PM Modi on Aatish Taseer

Nobel prize winners for literature Orhan Pamuk and John Maxwell Coetzee, and Booker winners Margaret Atwood, Salman Rushdie and Ian McEwan are among 260 authors, journalists, activists and artists who..
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Top authors including Pamuk, Rushdie urge government to restore Aatish Taseer's OCI card

Over 260 prominent personalities including authors Orhan Pamuk, Margaret Atwood, Salman Rushdie and Amitava Ghosh on Thursday expressed concern over the alleged "targeting" of journalist Aatish Taseer..
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