Bangladesh banned Taslima Nasrin's latest novel "Utal Haowa" (Wild Wind). (04-Sep-2002)
The laudatory was held by Professor Dr. Ludger Lütkehaus.
The festivity took place on October 14, 2000 in Rossdorf, Germany. The newspapers had informed about the planned festivity. The Alibri Publishing House offered books on subjects concerning churches, civil rights etc. One of the guests was Lee Traynor, an editor of Sceptic Literature, who offered books too.
At December 14 a police raid again the magazine Vjaya Viharam took place, two employees have been arrested, editor Ramana Murty had to go underground to avoid arrest. (19-Dec-2000)
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