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JK Rowling receives online threat over Salman Rushdie tweet, account believed to be from Pakistan

London: Police have started investigating an online threat to writer JK Rowling after she tweeted in support of Salman Rushdie who was attacked during an event in New York last week.

Popular writer Salman Rushdie taken off ventilator, able to talk again

New York: Popular writer Salman Rushdie, who was attacked during an event here recently, has been taken off a ventilator and can even talk again.

Salman Rushdie off ventilator, attacker Hadi Matar pleads 'not guilty'

New York: British-American author Salman Rushdie was taken off the ventilator on Saturday night as he remained hospitalised with serious injuries after being stabbed at a literary event in New York on Aug 12, media reports said.

Hadi Matar: Anatomy of an attack on Salman Rushdie and its aftermath

Twentyfour-year-old Hadi Matar has been confirmed as the attacker of British-American author Salman Rushdie on Aug 12 on the grounds of Chautauqua Institution, New York, even as the resident of New Jersey who seemed to be an Islamist and sympathetic to Iran is hailed by a section of his community as a hero.

Literary icons react to Salman Rushdie getting stabbed onstage

New York/IBNS: Stalwarts in the literary world are in dismay after the incident of author Salman Rushdie being attacked on stage during an event in New York.

Salman Rushdie on ventilator, may lose an eye: Report

New York/UNI: Celebrated author Salman Rushdie, whose "Satanic Verses" drew death threats in the 1980s, is on ventilator after a New York stabbing incident.

Salman Rushdie on ventilator: Reports

After six years under police protection and living in safe houses, author Salman Rushdie appears in London in his first pre-announced public appearance since the fatwa was issued. Rushdie, who was attacked at an event in the US city of New York on Friday, is currently on a ventilator. "Salman will likely lose one eye; the nerves in his arm were severed; and his liver was stabbed and damaged," his agent said, quoted BBC.

Author Salman Rushdie attacked on stage at New York event

New York/IBNS: Author Salman Rushdie was attacked at an event in the US city of New York on Friday just as he was about to give a lecture, media reports said.