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After Sena ink attack, Sudheendra Kulkarni to visit Pakistan for Kasuri's book launch

Kulkarni said he has accepted Kasuri's invitation to join the launch of his book 'Neither a Hawk nor a Dove' in Karachi on November 2, along with a number of prominent Pakistanis and Indians.

PM Narendra Modi has taken a "courageous" step: Sudheendra Kulkarni

Kulkarni, who faced an ink attack by Shiv Sena workers for hosting former Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri in Mumbai in October, said Modi's Pakistan visit is a "big thing" in improving bilateral ties.


Satisfied we did not surrender to Shiv Sena's threat: Sudheendra Kulkarni

Kulkarni, chairman of Observer Research Foundation’s Mumbai chapter, said, “I feel satisfied we did not surrender before Shiv Sena’s threat."

Ghulam Ali to face worse fate than Sudheendra Kulkarni: Shiv Sena

Pakistani singer has confirmed he will perform in Lucknow on December 3.

Playing opposition from treasury benches: Why is the Shiv Sena angry?

From the attack on Sudheendra Kulkarni to protests against the imposition of vegetarianism in Mumbai, the Shiv Sena has shed its mild avatar and is flexing its muscles.

The Urdu Press: After Dadri

The barbarity of Dadri, in which Mohammad Akhlaq was lynched on suspicion that his family had “consumed beef”, continues to dominate the press.


Telescope: Written in ink

With Sudheendra Kulkarni’s blackened face, TV news showed us our timewarp.

Shiv Sena wants to openly acknowledge that criminality and democracy have been fused

Shiv Sena’s real threat is this: It can shift markers of language and public norms.

Two medical representatives, event manager, daily wage worker, securityman. Meet the Shiv Sena ink squad

Almost all of them said the attack wasn’t personal, but was meant to send a signal to the ORF for organising the launch of former Pakistan foreign minister Khurshid Kasuri’s book.

India hits back: Don’t need Pakistan lecture on tolerance

The Indian reaction came after Pakistan Foreign Office said it "noted with concern attempts to disrupt functions organised in respect of prominent Pakistani personalities on visit to India".