After making several requests to the Home Ministry that she be allowed to stay in India for a longer period, controversial writer Taslima Nasreen's visa has been extended for one year, as per reports on Monday.
Hopeful of getting a resident permit in India, controversial Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen has said that even if Bangladesh allows her to enter, she wants to spend the rest of her life in her second home-- India.
Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen, who is currently in India, was apparently approached by the makers of reality TV show ‘Bigg Boss’ to be a part of the show’s 8thseason, but the lady declined the same.
Alleging that the Kolkata Police pressurised a Bengali TV channel against telecast of a serial written by exiled Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen, a group of intellectuals and activists said that it was against the freedom of speech.
The telecast of a Bengali TV serial based on Bangladesh author Taslima Nasreen`s script, has run into trouble with Maulana Nurur Rahman Barkati, Shahi Imam of the Tipu Sultan Mosque issuing a warning to the channel asking it not to broadcast the programme.
Controversial Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen has moved the Supreme Court seeking quashing of an FIR lodged by a Muslim cleric in Uttar Pradesh against her alleging that her tweets "insulted" religious beliefs.
The Supreme Court will on Tuesday hear exiled Bangladeshi author Tasleema Nasreen`s plea for quashing the charges against her for controversial tweet criticising a meeting between AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and religious leader Maulana Tauqeer Raza Khan.
Exiled Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen on Wednesday lent her support to the demand for resignation of Justice AK Ganguly, accused of sexually harassing a law intern, as the West Bengal Human Rights Commission chairman.
Shocked to hear that an FIR was lodged in Lucknow against her for allegedly hurting religious sentiments in a tweet last month, controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen on Thursday said she had only spoken the truth.
Notwithstanding their promise to usher in ‘clean politics’ in the country, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), in its eagerness to win Delhi, appears to have no reservations in seeking support from all sorts of influential people, no matter how controversial they may be.
Ahead of the Assembly Elections in the national capital, a major controversy broke on Tuesday over the meeting between the Aaam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal and Muslim cleric Maulana Tauqeer Raza Khan, according to news reports.