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Penguin Random House Remains Committed To Indian Publishing

Posted at 6:25PM Tuesday 25 Feb 2014

Asked if the controversy surrounding the pulping of The Hindus and what some see as growing pressure on freedom of speech in India is affecting PRH publishing plans in the country, Penguin Random House spokesperson Stuart Applebaum said the publisher remains committed to publishing in India.

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