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Penguin accused of 'surrender' over book which angered Hindu fundamentalists

Posted at 7:47AM Wednesday 12 Feb 2014

The publisher Penguin has been accused of cowardice after it agreed to withdraw and pulp all remaining copies of a widely-acclaimed book on Hinduism to settle a civil claim from a Hindu fundamentalist group.

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Wendy Doniger: 'I Do Not Blame Penguin Books, India' (Outlook India)

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