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Published on Jul 29, 2009
In the wake of the terrorist attacks on Mumbai in November 2008, a panel of writers convened at the Asia Society to deliver scathing criticism of both India's and Pakistan's governments and to express their solidarity with the city's people. Novelist Salman Rushdie, author of Midnight's Children and many other books; Mira Kamdar, former Bernard Schwartz Fellow, Asia Society, and author of Planet India: The Turbulent Rise of the Largest Democracy; and NYU journalism professor Suketu Mehta, author of Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found, spoke in a conversation moderated by Rome Hartman, executive producer for BBC World News America.