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Jaspreet Singh's New Novel on 1984
A Book Review by ROSALIA SCALIA
The innocent Professor is singled out and attacked by the mob.
The Devil Too Has An Advocate:
An Attorney for Indira Gandhi
T. SHER SINGH
“Indira Gandhi did everything possible to make his life hell.”
The Indian Diplomat
T. SHER SINGH
Without warning, he picked up a chair and, holding it firmly in both his hands, began smashing everything in sight.
Babur's Second Coming
My parents were in disbelief. They were in complete mourning.
AMRIT & RABINDRA KAUR SINGH
It reflects the personal sense of suffering and injustice felt by Sikhs worldwide.
An Eye-Witness Account
His voice quivers as he recounts the horrific scene: dead bodies everywhere, everywhere, everywhere, he repeats.
Shadows A Poem by PARVINDER MEHTA
"They come every year / asking me the same questions ..."
Profiles in Dignity:
Bibi Lakhvinder Kaur & Bibi Jagdish Kaur
I felt extremely small in comparison ...
A Tragic Verdict:
Cri de Coeur
A Poem by AJAY SHUKLA (In Hindi, translated into English by author)
A cry from the heart -- on the acquital of a mass-murderer ...
1984 Mass-Murderer Sajjan Kumar Walks
The struggle for justice continues.