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The Religious Sanction of India's Gang-rape Practices DENNIS GRUNES

The religious practices that nurture the country's misogyny.

Lincoln has Important Lessons for Today's Leaders TONY BURMAN

Good politics entails accommodation and compromise.

Canadian Soldier Sikhs
World Television Premiere on Remembrance Day DAVID GRAY

The award-winning documentary film will air on OMNI Television across Canada on November 11, 2012

India Bans 1984 Film:
Saadda Haq - Our Birthright JASPREET NIJHER

The Punjabi film Saadda Haq -- "Our Birthright" -- that depicts real life events from the days of state terrorism in Punjab in the early 80s, has been banned in India before its release.

Hofstra University Holds Conference on Sikh Literature & Film SIMRAN JEET SINGH

Following the presidential debate, this past weekend, Hofstra University hosted another major event – an academic conference entitled "Sikhi[sm], Literature and Film."

Sikh Director's Film Debuts at The Toronto International Fillm Festival CAMERON BAILEY

A young boy comes of age in a Mumbai slum, in this gently observational portrait crafted in the tradition of the great neo-realist classics.

Kuldip Kaur:
Bombay's Pioneer Film Actress HARJAP SINGH AUJLA

In a gesture of unprecedented daredevilry, she travelled to Lahore and drove Pran's car first to Amritsar and then all the way to Bombay, where she handed over the keys to a surprised but grateful Pran.

Navtej Singh Johar's New Dance-Theatre Production INDIAN EXPRESS

Charumathi Claire Singh weaves two narratives, one inspired by The Maids, a play by Jean Genet, in which two maids engage in the daily ritual of impersonating their madam but at the same time are plotting to kill her.

Sikh-Briton Filmmaker Gurinder Chadha::
A New Film on Partition INDIA TODAY

"This is my biggest challenge to date. I've been working on my Partition film for some time now. The central character is Lord Mountbatten ..."


It's not just a smattering of words thrown in or that one odd song with Punjabi lyrics added for effect. Instead, we are talking about the Punjabi mixed-in language being the tone throughout.

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