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Crackling, Tearing, Forcing Introspection:
Have You Read Jaspreet Singh's "'Helium" Yet? SHREEKUMAR VARMA

Helium is a document of past atrocity that unexpectedly rises beyond the universal to become painfully, guiltily personal.

The Night of The Restless Spirits

The soldiers do not multiply like the crowd but their faces are kaleidoscopes that change form and color every second.

The Night of The Restless Spirits

The bolt-action rifles play a different taal. The tempo, for one thing, is slower and more deliberate.

Sikh-Aussie Selected One of Four Best Young Australian Novelists:
Balli Kaur Jaswal LINDA MORRIS

“Sometimes [writing is] the only way to articulate the ideas in my head.’’


It was difficult to make up one’s mind. In situations like these the toss of a coin frequently helps.

The Perished and The Saved A Short Story by JASPREET SINGH

“I have already done what the men asked me to do. Now go home,” she repeats. “We are safe.”

Inspector Singh Investigates:
A Calamitous Chinese Killing CRIME FICTION LOVER

In Inspector Singh, Shamini Flint has created a one-off character whose methods may be unorthodox, but certainly produce results.

President Pranab Mukherjee's Message to the Nation (India) on Dussehra GIRISH K.N. YADAV

The religious festival of Dussehra is being celebrated by the Hindus of Northern India this week.

Marriage Material:
A New Novel by Sathnam Singh Sanghera LUCY SCHOLES

He examines the nationwide story of British immigration through the prism of the Sikh-Briton experience.

Sehaj Villa
Part V A Short Story by T. SHER SINGH

“Forgive you? Not unless I know for what,” she said, laughing.

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