Salman Rushdie brushes aside death threats to return to India
Booker winner to speak at literary event in Delhi less than two months after being forced to pull out of Jaipur festival
Salman Rushdie will return to India this week to speak at a conference, less than two months after death threats forced the Booker prize-winning author to pull out of Asia's biggest literary festival.
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