The Book on Trial: Fundamentalism and Censorship in India

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Har-Anand Publications, 1997 - Censorship - 470 pages
Existence of the freedom to read, write, print, publish, discuss, debate, and dispute creative writing and dissident writing in India.
 

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A truly terrible book, essentially 470 pages of waffle and conjecture.

Contents

Fundamentalism and Social Censorship
15
Dissent Heresy and Religious Punishment
29
R Rasul and its Aftermath
47
Banning the Satyarth Prakash
61
The Brahmacharya Mahayajna and Asuras
72
Gandhis Public Triumph and Private Tragedy
93
Inflammatory Aangarey
115
The Perpetual Rebel
129
Victim of Academic Politics
253
The FatwaProne Islamicist
273
Heroine by «ircumstances
286
Hum Sab Ayodhya
313
Ramayana under Dispute
324
The History of the RamKatha
337
Trials and Tribulations or Piar Singh
351
Tankhaiya Politics and its Fallout
374

Mohammed Alvi Retracts from his Past
149
Lady Chatterley on Trial
163
Salman Rushdie is not for Burning
181
Rushdie Resurrected
198
Salman Rushdie Introspective
218
Last Sigh for India
236
Bhakti Movement and Textbook Politics in Karnataka
391
Shivarama Karanth The Renaissance Man victimized
410
Social Icons from Pratap and Shivaji to Tagore
427
Political Elite from the Gandhis to Deve Gowda
440
Index
465
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