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Bishop John Shelby Spong:
Ahead of His Time in Christian Reforms
“The older I get the more deeply I believe but the fewer beliefs I have."
A New International $25,000 Literary Prize for Punjabi Writers NEWS REPORT
“It is time for this literature to receive the recognition that it is due ...”
The Girls Ate Last:
An Autobiographical Tale by Supriya Singh
Book Review by GEETANJALI SINGH CHANDA
Mother-daughter stories are complex narratives of silences, elisions and of love.
Labour of Love:
A New Translation of Guru Granth Sahib
"it is God-inspired,” he says. “It is nothing of my own.”
Behind a Nation's War on Women
"An army of single, angry men who will likely never find wives and settle down ..."
A New Novel by Sathnam Singh Sanghera
He examines the nationwide story of British immigration through the prism of the Sikh-Briton experience.
Aren't We The Ultimate People of the Book? T. SHER SINGH
They came up with a novel idea: a campaign was started and quickly spread like wild fire.
A Noisy Novel About Silence:
Jaspreet Singh's Helium
MARK ANTHONY JARMAN
Silence around killings can be complicity.
Saving Preetlari NIRUPAMA DUTT
Readers would stand on their terraces, waiting for the postman ...
Memories of a Massacre:
Helium, A New Novel on India's Darkest Hour
There are cryptic historical clues to a different but parallel narrative to the one in plain sight ...