The surrender of a major publishing firm (Penguin India) over Professor Wendy Doniger’s book The Hindus: an Alternative History, in a recent out-of-court settlement that involves the withdr... »4 comments
Penguin Books India believes, and has always believed, in every individual’s right to freedom of thought and expression, a right explicitly codified in the Indian Constitution. This commitment informs... »2 comments
I am glad that, in the age of the Internet, it is no longer possible to suppress a book. The Hindus is available on Kindle; and if legal means ofpublication fail, the Internet has other ways of keeping books in circulation.
The first day of the International Cricket Council's Board meetings concluded in Dubai today with unanimous support for a set of principles relating to the future structure, governance and financia...
The Delhi High Court on December 17, 2013 dismissed a public interest litigation by BJP leader Subramanian Swamy urging it to pass a direction to rectify “a lacuna in the Press and Registration of...