Under pressure from Indian Muslim activists, the book, which was published in West Bengal as Dwikhandita, was banned there also; some 3,000 copies were seized immediately.
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80 Her later poetry also evidences a connection to place, to Bangladesh and India.
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61 After the riots, Nasrin was forced to move from Kolkata, her "adopted city 62 to Jaipur, and to New Delhi the following day.In 1998 she wrote Meyebela, My Bengali media Girlhood square her biographical account from birth to adolescence.Retrieved Freedom' edit in hospital, for three nights".Retrieved syskey "Target Taslima: No room for critics in Islam?".86 87 Initially djmax written as a thin documentary, Lajja grew djmax into a full-length novel as the author later revised it substantially.Retrieved "crep - Prix condorcet-Aron 2005".37 She was born into a Muslim family; however, she became an atheist over time.Yet Nasrin enjoyed support from Bengali writers and intellectuals like Annada Shankar Ray, Sibnarayan Ray black and Amlan Dutta.
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Don't call me Muslim, I am an atheist.