Author of the Delhi Riots 2020 book files criminal complaint against Bloomsbury, The Quint, Newslaundry and others, accuses them of criminal breach of trust...
Monika Arora filed a police complaint of criminal conspiracy against Bloomsbury India, The Quint, Newslaundry and others
Authors of ‘Delhi Riots’ book to register complaint against Bloomsbury, media house for leaking and propagating copies
Senior advocate Monika Arora, who is one of the authors of the much-anticipated book, will be registering a complaint against Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd and few other media portals for criminal breach of trust and also for receiving, propagating the manuscript of the book, which is yet to be published.
The tweet by Halim invoking vegetarianism, nazis and their love for animals was an indirect reference to the recently shared videos of Prime Minister Modi, where he was seen spending time with peacocks and feeding them at his residence.
Lockdown musings: The Bloomsbury debacle, the legacy of the Congress party and Narendra Modi’s vision of Aatmanirbhar Bharat
We are still far away from safety, and it is not sure when the lockdown and other restrictions would be lifted. Many of the businesses may never reopen.
Withdrawn by Bloomsbury, ‘Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story’ book being published by Garuda Prakashan gets an overwhelming response with 30,000 preorders
Following the outrage by Islamists and left-liberal jamaat on social media, Bloomsbury withdrew the Delhi Riots 2020 book.
Bloomsbury now accused of leaking manuscript of the book that they refused to publish after giving into ‘liberal’ threats: Read details
Only a week ago, Bloomsbury India decided to withdraw the publication of the book ‘Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story’ by authors of Monika Arora, Sonali Chitalkar and Prerna Malhotra
By now, everyone knows what happened with the book Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story. The book was about to be published … and then it wasn’t.
Chennai-based Footprints Publication will publish Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story in Tamil.
Delusional and wrong every single time: Meet William Dalrymple, Leftist ‘historian’ who promotes ‘Ganga Jamuni Tehzeeb’ with missionary zeal
William Dalrymple is being credited for convincing Bloomsbury India to withdraw the book on the Delhi Riots.
Shekhar Gupta falsely accuses authors Sanjeev Sanyal, Anand Ranganathan and Sanjay Dixit of bullying Bloomsbury into withdrawing book on Delhi riots
In the 'Cut the Clutter' video, The Print founder Shekhar Gupta wrongly portrayed that Bloomsbury chickened out of publishing a book on Delhi Riots because of bullying from Sanjeev Sanyal, Dr Anand Ranganathan and Sanjay Dixit
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