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S. which was worst affected by the drought spell, who is in Mumbai to attend the Tata Literature Live! has never shied away from taking the nuanced if difficult position in a debate In 2015 she was one of the writers who objected to PEN giving the Freedom of Expression Courage Award to Charlie Hebdo the French satirical magazine which she said “drew crude caricatures” and “mocked at religion” More recently she had drawn flak for an article that takes on social media activism against “cultural appropriation” In a phone interview to Indian Express Prose spoke about the divisions that are driving Americans apart and what in these circumstances gives her hope One of your most well-known books ‘Lovers at the Chameleon Club Paris 1932’ fictionalises a certain period in history How do you maintain the balance between fact and fiction in a novel Of course I had to do a lot of research You have to do that even if you’re writing a novel because you don’t want to have the sort of mistake that will throw the reader out of the novel For example having the Berlin Olympics happen in a different year than they did So I wanted to get those things right It is also one of the advantages of writing a novel that you are not constrained by certain things about history I have no idea what the dinner before the Olympics opened was like but I was able to imagine it So much of the novel is also about whether different people’s version of history is accurate or not So that was part of what I was thinking as well In the novel we hear from many people including Picasso as well as Gabor Tsenyi the fictional photographer modelled on Brassai and Baroness Lily de Rossignol based on Peggy Guggenheim Why do we never hear directly from the central character Lou Villars Some of it was just practical I couldn’t do it I kept trying and it didn’t work It just didn’t sound right But also one of the things I realised I was writing about was the mystery of evil I wanted it to stay a mystery It seemed to me to write from her point of view would necessarily diminish that mystery Your bestselling book till date is ‘Reading like a Writer’ What prompted you to write it Two things One was that it became clear to me that students wanted to be writers without reading I was once talking to graduate students in writing and they had never read Dostoevsky and I said how is this possible But also many of the chapters in that book were based on lectures I had given at various conferences so I just decided to put them together You’ve written over 30 books so far besides teaching and writing articles and essays Are you a fast writer I am now Not fiction really I’m not a fast writer of fiction but essays especially since the election I have been doing a lot of political journalism for the Guardian and I have been writing a lot for the New York Review of Books and I have learnt to do those pieces fairly quickly by necessity sometimes because when the Guardian asks me to write it’s about something that has just happened and they and I don’t have the luxury of my waiting two weeks to think through an idea It’s the way things are happening now so quickly so I have to really respond really rapidly In one of your articles you called for a “general strike” against the new US government That’s not happened of course but do you think there’s still resistance I think that’s a very complicated question The way things are the way they have been normalised people can’t be demonstrating on the streets every day of their lives It’s just not possible There’s tremendous resistance but I think there’s also a feeling of hoping that the various investigations will turn up something and our government will finally do the right thing because of the idea that private citizens with placards on the streets will be listened to – I don’t think anyone really believes that anymore What gives you hope for these times I teach a literature class at Bard and my students are so alert and so alive and so looking for some way to solve this incredible problem the situation we are in Honestly the only times I feel hopeful are when I come out of class on Friday afternoons and I think that OK it is possible that this generation will be able to deal with this A recent study by the Pew Centre says that this is the most divided that the USA has been since the Civil War Do you agree It’s terrible It’s really a terrible moment in our history The fact that we have a government trying to increase this division rather than close it is not helping believe me But there’s a terrible division For example when you publish an article or put something online the comments page is just people raging at each other No one seems to be looking for common ground or in a way Every piece that I write for one of these papers I manage to put in just some line saying that it’s not helpful to have this kind of anger across party lines across cultural and social divides and no one seems to read that They read the headline and then they start typing There’s a lot of displacement going on That is people who have no idea anymore what to do about our government and they take out their anger on soft targets You’re not afraid to take the difficult position like when you protested against the award for Charlie Hebdo How do you feel now about the controversy That was particularly painful because it was clear to me that what we (the protesting writers) were saying was being misinterpreted We were completely advocating free speech and are against censorship The issue was about the award not about the publication or about the attack The way it has affected me to be honest has been to do more self-censoring It’s very hard to make people understand a clear rational logical argument But now I’m more likely to choose issues I really care about Something that I have not particularly invested in I would let go because it’s not worth it For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: October 18 2016 4:12 am Friends and family members at the house of Bhupendra Vira who was shot dead inside his Vakola home Saturday Express photo Top News THE Mumbai Police arrested former corporator Razzak Khan and his son Monday morning in connection with the murder of Bhupendra Vira a resident of Vakola Vira was shot dead in his home Saturday evening He had reportedly filed several Right to Information (RTI) applications that targeted Khan over alleged illegal constructions Investigators said Khan received an order from the Lokayukta Saturday morning hours before the murder that four of his properties would be demolished based on a complaint filed by Vira Razzak was a former Congress (S) corporator He is no longer with the party according to reports Vira’s wife who was in the kitchen didn’t hear the gunshot and was told by a neighbour passing by that there was blood in the bedroom (Source: Express Photo by Ganesh Shirsekar) The police said they questioned Razzak (78) and his sons Amjed (53) and Nissar late Sunday Subsequently Razzak and Amjed were arrested on charges of murder WATCH VIDEO: RTI Activist Who Targeted Illegal Constructions Shot Dead In Mumbai “We arrested the duo based on the complaint received against them They were remanded in police custody until October 24 Our investigations are still under way” said Virendra Mishra Zonal Deputy Commissioner of Police At least four more accused are still wanted in the case according to the police Vira (60) was at home watching television around 9 pm when the killer fired from outside the house Saturday The bullet pierced through his right temple The police said the shooter fired from a close range and at an angle between the open main door and the bedroom where Vira was sitting An investigating officer said Vira’s RTI applications mainly targeted Khan and that there was a dispute between the two regarding several properties Local politicians also confirmed that Vira and Khan had several disputes Vira was a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Yeshpal Kanchan former president of ward no 84 of Mumbai BJP said Vira joined the party between April and June this year when a primary membership drive was carried out “During the drive I made him a BJP member He used to attend party meetings” said Kanchan adding that he was aware about the ongoing dispute between Vira and Khan Vira had also taken up his complaints against Khan in the city civil court the High Court and the Lokayukta’s office “Vira was not an RTI activist He was only filing RTI applications against Khan’s illegal properties after his gala (shop) was grabbed around six years ago To resolve the matter a couple of meetings took place in the local corporator’s office and the local BJP office We were advising them to discuss the issue and amicably end their dispute” added Kanchan He said the matter could not be settled between them over “a disagreement regarding the sum Vira demanded to peacefully settle the issue” Local Congress corporator Brian Miranda too said there was a dispute over the sum demanded by Vira and that offered by Khan “A couple of meetings took place in my office When I came to know about the personal grudge and the money demanded I stayed away from it completely” said Miranda Clarence Pinto from the Voice of Kalina Advanced Locality Management group also said Vira was a member of the BJP and also of their group “Vira had been associated with us for the last two years and all of his complaints of illegalities were against Khan But we are not aware about his attempts to settle the issue” said Pinto [email protected] For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mewat | Published: May 4 2017 10:24 am Top News Haryana’s Muslim-dominated Mewat district has the lowest immunisation rate among children under the age of 6 years which is a matter of concern for the authorities who are now trying to rope in clerics to address the situation The immunisation rate here is 13 per cent much lower than the state average of 622 per cent according to the National Family Health Survey Officials say the rate of immunisation in Mewat is low mainly because of rumours which started spreading more than 3 months back that the vaccines being administered under the Central government’s Indradhanush programme would have a sterilising effect on the children With an aim of addressing the situation top officials of the district and National Health Mission (NHM) yesterday held an interaction with the Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) and the clerics who agreed to render their help by negating the rumours Maulana Yahya Kareemi president of Al-aman Islamic Centre Mewat said he would speak about the “misinformation” related to the immunisation during the prayers at the mosque including on Fridays when the number of devotees swell “We have 400-500 youth coming to our institute every day and the number rises to over a thousand on Fridays If the administration wants we can spread the word quelling misinformation related to immunisation” he said The Indradanush programme is aimed at guarding children against diseases like polio BCG pentavalent (diptheria tetanus whooping cough hepatitis b haemophilus influenza type-B) rubella-measles Officials said the immunisation rate had risen to 30 per cent but it started sliding post-February after a video went viral on social media claiming that the injections being administered would make the children sterile and check the population of the minority community “As of now no such injection or tablet has been invented which could render children sterile” asserted Mewat Deputy Commissioner Mani Ram Sharma while rubbishing the rumours He told the gathering which included several clerics that the region has several people affected by polio as the Meo community had skipped the polio vaccination drive 15 years back again due to unfound apprehensions “I see 15-20 physically disabled youngsters coming to see me at my office every day to seek assistance in the form of employment or finances” the IAS officer said “We can tell only you (the ASHAs and religious leaders) but it is for you to spread the word among the stakeholders and raise awareness at grassroots level” Sharma said Director of the National Health Mission in Haryana Amaneet P Kumar also rejected the rumours and said “They are wrong We should have faith in science” On their part the ASHA workers highlighted the reasons like vehement denial by some people for the low immunisation rate “People hurl strong words at us they shut their doors at us but we still make an effort to go back to such houses to ensure that no child is left out” said 48-year-old Rehmani ASHA at Karedi village in Nagina block Raziya ASHA coordinator at Mewat highlighted the insufficient number of ASHAs and Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery (village level health workers) in the district “At present there are 874 ASHAs in Mewat as against a stipulated requirement of over 1400” said Raziya As per the guidelines she said one ASHA is required for every thousand people Also one Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery (ANM) is needed for every 5000 people but in the district it is an ANM per 15-17000 people Another Islamic scholar Hakim uddin told the gathering of Muslim clerics and government officials besides Haryana Waqf Board CEO Hanif Qureishi that any rumour must be checked He also asked the community members to shun any “negative mindset” about government measures and instead verify reports/rumours Qureishi who is also the Commissioner of Police Faridabad said it was sad that health indicators in Mewat were the “lowest” “Its ramifications would not appear now but after 15-20 years” he remarked Appealing to the community members for support in the immunisation drive Qureishi underlined that in a democracy the government has a social responsibility to look after the welfare of the people “But the people have a freedom of choice no decision can be imposed on them” he said “This is your (religious leaders’) responsibility to spread the message for welfare of the children both for their safety as well as education” he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 7 2016 3:54 am The chief minister further directed officials to ensure that the increased supply was granted during day hours facilitating the farmer to irrigate fields (Source: File) Top News A below par rainfall in most parts of Maharashtra in August has reignited concerns of moisture stress and crop damage? “This is a small initiative but helping us in a big way, the party — which released a booklet to counter the campaign — said that “maintaining peace in the country” was its “vested interest” as peace was necessary for development. with the help of the railway police, Related News Following preliminary investigations,Me Shivaji Raje Bhosale Boltoy, It premiered its second season in September. it is learnt that former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Kalyan Singh is likely to be asked to take over as the Rajasthan Governor.

its impact on health and various sources of? which has a dominance of Gujjar and Meena communities, “I don’t believe in such useless talk. That means twice weekly shoppers can burn 1, Calories burnt: 70 calories or a scoop of vanilla ice cream. which was made in consideration of the sovereign right of the Nagas and the security interest of India, One reason why are able to detect so many cases is because of the excellent virology lab we have in Hyderabad, Also Read:? rover…. No Limits to the Protections Finally.

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