Written by : Salil Tripathi
Salil Tripathi: As Singapore turns 50, is it on the cusp of becoming different?As the Asian city-state marks its 50th anniversary of independence, Salil Tripathi examines the country's fuzzy relationship with free expression
Penguin’s disappointing surrender over Hindus bookPenguin India has agreed to withdraw Wendy Doniger’s award-winning book The Hindus: An Alternative History, and to destroy remaining copies within six months, writes Salil Tripathi
Bollywood blockbuster Madras Cafe withdrawn in UKBritain should learn the lessons of Satanic Verses and Bezhti and stand up for free expression, says Salil Tripathi
India: How to silence a nationLegal proceedings have been filed against the four authors that read aloud from Salman Rushdie's The Satanic verses.
Salil Tripathi explains how outdated Colonial-era legislation is being used to curtail free expression.
Writers take a stand against Rushdie banAs the noise surrounding Salman Rushdie's withdrawal from the Jaipur Literary Festival rumbles on, India's writers take a stand against the ban on The Satanic Verses. Salil Tripathi reports
India must choose to defend free speechAs religious figureheads call to ban Salman Rushdie from a prestigious literature festival in India, Salil Tripathi reports on the country's "sepulchral silence"
UPDATE: Salman Rushdie pulls out of Indian festival amid assassination fears