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The Wall Of Truth:
November 1984 New Delhi Sikh Genocide Memorial
It will be the first such memorial in the country which continues to deny the nation-wide genocide.
A Film For The Holidays:
Fiddler On The Roof
T. SHER SINGH
The plot covers the whole gamut of the Sikh experience of the last 70 years.
It’s Time India Accept Responsibility For Its 1984 Sikh Genocide SIMRAN JEET SINGH, TIME Magazine
32 years later, the Indian govt. stubbornly refuses to admit its role in the religious massacre.
Uncovering The Truth Behind India’s Serial Genocides S. R. PRAVEEN
“How clean is the clean chit that has been supposedly given to Modi?”
When Steel Entered My Soul:
Indian Air Force Veteran Recounts 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom
RANA SINGH CHINNA
“I slipped three cartridges into my pocket; one each for my parents and the last one for myself.”
‘If Sardarji Had Been Alive…’
How Anti-Sikh Lynch Mobs Changed Their Life in 1984
HARSH SINGH MANDER
One Sikh family’s story is the tale of thousands of others from this day 32 years ago.
Lest We Forget:
Eyewitness Accounts From India’s 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom
“Why don’t you call the Army?”
Blood On His Forehead:
Former Indian Prime Minister Implicated In 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom -
Then Home Minister feigned sleep when Delhi was burning and thousands of innocent Sikhs were being massacred.
From Stage To Page:
The Full ‘Kultar’s Mime’ Story Is Now In Print
New book captures the journey of Kultar’s Mime, an internationally successful theatre production on India’s Sikh Genocide.
The Ongoing Saga Of
Mass-Murderer Kamal Nath
HARTOSH SINGH BAL
The mob was completely under Kamal Nath’s control and composed of Congressmen.