'Nirbashito' not a biopic on Taslima: Churni

 Churni Ganguly, the director of "Nirbashito", says the acclaimed film is not based on the biography of controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen but rather inspired by her life post exile.

Islamic group head summoned for announcing reward to kill Taslima

A local court has summoned the
head of an Islamic outfit for allegedly announcing a cash
reward of Rs 5 lakh to anyone who kills controversial
Bangladeshi writer Tasleema Nasreen, prosecution sources said

Birthday gift to Taslima, visa extended by a year

The government has extended the
visa of controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin by
another year from August this year.

Minority forum demands apology from Taslima, Hussain

All-India Minority Forum demanded that controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen and eminent painter MF Hussain "unconditionally apologise in writing" that they would not hurt the religious sentiments of any community.

Taslima row: Mangalore tense, curfew relaxed in Shimoga

Tension prevailed in parts of Mangalore while calm prevailed in Shimoga town on Wednesday which witnessed violent protests over an article purportedly written by Bangladeshi writer Tasleema Nasreen.

Decision not to renew residence permit "shocking": Taslima

Exiled Bangladeshi writer Taslima
Nasrin today asked the Centre to reconsider its decision not
to renew her residence permit beyond August this year, saying
if she is not allowed to stay India she has "nowhere else to

Taslima`s visa extended by a year, seeks permanent residency

Government has extended by one
year the visa for controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima
Nasrin who has also moved for permanent residency in India.

Taslima returns to India, seeks visa extension

Controversial Bangladeshi writer
Taslima Nasreen, who was dramatically bundled out of West
Bengal in November 2007 in the wake of protests by radical
Muslim groups, has returned to India to seek extension of her

`Taslima wanted to live in Delhi but govt refused`

Exiled controversial Bangladeshi
writer Taslima Nasreen had come here in August to stay but the
government refused permission, forcing her to leave the
country, according to her website.

Taslima Nasreen to return to India in January

Controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen said Friday that she is travelling to the US this month to work as a research scholar at the New York University and will return to her "adopted country" in January next year.