Dina Nath Batra

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PM Modi takes leaf from Batra book: Mahabharat genetics, Lord Ganesha surgery

Stressing on the need to improve healthcare facilities, Modi said India had “capabilities” in several fields during ancient times.

Will follow constitution: Smriti on school books

Irani downplayed controversies surrounding the appointment of a few vice-chancellors during the UPA regime.

The Gujarat model

State’s textbook board unleashes Dina Nath Batra, tormentor of authors and publishers, on young minds.

Man who got Wendy Doniger pulped is made ‘must reading’ in Gujarat schools

To make students aware of Indian culture, Batra recommends his own three-language system to be followed in schools.

Falling like ninepins

The Dina Nath Batra episodes show that self-censorship is an issue that publishers, writers and readers need to address seriously and urgently.

It’s Batra again: Book on sexual violence in Ahmedabad riots is ‘set aside’ by publisher

Writer Megha Kumar contests Orient’s claim of its decision being a “pre-release” move, noting that the book has been on sale since April 15.

Letters to the Editor: Great expectations

Mehta cites Section 377 as an example of a law that violates civil liberties and which should be done away with.

Doniger’s book On Hinduism put on hold

Dina Nath Batra warned that unless the book is withdrawn by March 10, 2014, he would take legal action and also launch an agitation for the same.

The right of the reader

Where is the political, judicial leadership to stand up to attempts to silence the writer?

Housing dispute

The repeated adjournments in the 15th Lok Sabha are condemnable.

‘The Hindus’ controversy: Getting Doniger trashed just one of his ‘battles to save Hinduism’

RSS man Batra behind NCERT changes, pushes for 2014 ‘school manifesto’.

Silencing of liberal India

Courts, publishers, educators and professional offence mongers are to blame.