Penguin Books India

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Letters to the editor: Historic wrong

Penguin’s decision to sign an out-of-court settlement abandons the basic ethics of publishing.

The right of the reader

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

‘The Hindus’ controversy: Have to respect laws even if they are intolerant, says Penguin

In its statement, released two days after the controversy broke, the publisher added that it has a moral responsibility to protect its “employees against threats and harassment”.

The Hindus controversy: ‘Angry’ Wendy Doniger says Indian law true villain

If legal means of publication fail, Internet has other ways of keeping books in circulation: Doniger.

Silencing of liberal India

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

Penguin India caves in, agrees to trash Wendy Doniger’s book on Hinduism

All copies of Chicago Indologist Wendy Doniger’s seminal work to be trashed in 6 months in India.