Arundhati Roy’s new book is an iteration of already present facts.
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"My Seditious Heart" collects Arundhati Roy's entire work spanning over two decades since the author first decided to devote herself to the political essay as a way of "opening up space for justice, rights and freedoms in an increasingly hostile environment."
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The vulnerable are being cordoned off and silenced. The vociferous are being incarcerated.
The contact details given by the accused while making his account on Facebook were fake, the police said.
When contacted, Roy was even-handed in her response -- neither keen to be used in this manner for strategic ends, nor willing to step back from her considered stance.
Pakistan’s Permanent Representative Maleeha Lodhi on Saturday quoted Roy's statement that the "whole population of Dalits, Adivasis, Muslims, and Christians are being forced to live in terror"
Roy, who won the literary award worth 50,000 pounds for her debut book 'The God of Small Things' in 1997, had featured on the long-list for her latest novel 'The Ministry of Utmost Happiness'.
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The list was chosen from 144 submissions published in the UK between 1 October 2016 and 30 September 2017.
In the novel, Roy makes E.M.S appear as a landlord in Kottayam whose ancestral home had been converted into a modern hotel.
The ‘news’ of Roy’s statement to a Pakistan-based newspaper was big, if true.
In his tweet, actor-politician Rawal had said: “Instead of tying stone-pelter on the army jeep tie Arundhati Roy”. The post was a reference to a video from Kashmir where the army had used a civilian as a human shield.
In the novel, Roy makes EMS appear as a landlord in Kottayam whose ancestral home had been converted into a modern hotel. There's more...
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