CPI (ML) Liberation convention: Arundhati Roy calls for 'anti-Fascist' grouping of opposition parties
"The country is run by four people. Two of them happen to be buyers and the rest two are sellers. All of them belong to Gujarat," said the writer evoking applause from the crowd.
Golden Globe for Naatu Naatu: White validation and home truths
The solution for this sorry state of affairs simply cannot be to rest on the laurels of random Indian victories and putter along on potholed-roads with chests puffed up with vacuous pride.
Hindutva unleashing violence to create artificial majority: Arundhati Roy
Asserting that India is more like a continent with thousands of dialects, hundreds of languages, religions, ethnicities, and castes, she said, “We are a country of minorities.
Today's India is like a plane flying backwards and headed for a crash: Arundhati Roy
Booker Prize winner Arundhati Roy compared today's India to a plane moving in reverse, the one which she argued is 'headed for a crash'.
Rights activists' arrests: Arundhati Roy, Jignesh Mevani, others demand action against Maharashtra police
They have also demanded that police return the laptops and mobiles seized during the "illegal arrest" of the activists.
2017: The year when fiction returned to the fore in Indian publishing
In 2017, book lovers had a lot to chew upon as some really strong novels made their mark both in the market and among readers.
2017: When Arundhati Roy, Nayantara Sahgal, Kiran Nagarkar reflected societal burdens in their books
The year 2017 witnessed the release of at least three powerful novels, along with two short story anthologies, all of which use the medium of art and fiction to reflect the burden of society
Paresh Rawal deletes tweet on tying up Arundhati Roy to Army jeep
Bollywood actor and BJP MP Paresh Rawal has deleted his controversial tweet suggesting that instead of a Kashmiri stone-pelter, author Arundhati Roy should be tied to an Army jeep.
Tie Arundhati Roy to Army jeep: Paresh Rawal
BJP MP Paresh Rawal today kicked up a row with his remark that author Arundhati Roy should be tied to an army jeep instead of a stone pelter.