New Delhi : Reacting strongly to the killings of bloggers, noted Bangladeshi writer and human rights activist Taslima Nasreen has lambasted Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for failing to stop the atrocities being committed on minorities.
Taking to Twitter, Nasreen also slammed the established writers in Bangladesh for not protesting against the recent violent incidents.
New Delhi: After making several requests to the Home Ministry that she be allowed to stay in India for a longer period, controversial writer Taslima Nasreen's visa has been extended for one year, as per reports on Mon
New Delhi: Controversial writer Taslima Nasreen today met Home Minister Rajnath Singh after she was refused a one-year visa by the government and instead given permission to stay in India for two months.
New Delhi: Controversial writer Taslima Nasreen, who is living in exile since 1994, has been refused a one-year visa by the government and instead given permission to stay in India for two months.
Kolkata, Dec 11 : Asked to leave West Bengal in 2007, which she still considers her "own land", exiled Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen Wednesday hoped she could return to the eastern metropolis some day in future.
New Delhi, March 26 : Controversial Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen has found a new outlet for her opinions - on the social networking web tool, Twitter.
Bangalore, March 2 : Police Tuesday filed cases against two local dailies in Karnataka for carrying an article based on Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen's novel that sparked clashes and riots in two towns Monday, claiming two lives and injuring many.
New Delhi, March 2 : Bangladeshi writer-activist Taslima Nasreen Tuesday said she never wrote an article on the Islamic veil that triggered widespread rioting and arson in Karnataka, killing two, and suspected it was an attempt to malign her.