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An Open Letter to The Citizens of New Delhi, India
T. SHER SINGH
”So ... where are all the Sikhs and their kirpans now?" he asked.
The Hollow Men:
India’s Epidemic of Gang-Rapes Reveals a Deep Rot
T. SHER SINGH
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2012: "We are the hollow men ... This is the dead land."
Sikhs Banned from Haridwar NAVJEEVAN GOPAL
The historical gurdwara in Haridwar was demolished by Hindus in 1984.
You Can't Call these Riots ... This was a Plain and Simple Massacre! Q & A with ARPANA CAUR, by ARADHNA WAL
" I worked in the relief camps ... and can’t even describe the suffering I saw there."
A Hollow Apology Cannot Wash Away Mass Murders HARTOSH SINGH BAL
The pretense of apology by the guilty may be the most effective way of denying justice to the victims.
It Still Hurts:
New Photos from 1984
19-year-old Anusha Roy, student at a vocational institute, would have probably never come to know about the carnage of 1984 if it were not for this exhibit.
See How New Delhi Became the Murder Capital of the World
Here's a map of New Delhi which meticulously traces the path of India's ignominy during the first three days of November, 1984.
Is Manmohan Singh to Blame?
Remember -- Indian Bureaurcracy Today is the Same that Facilitated the 1984 Pogroms
It has been six years since the order was issued on January 16, 2006, but the Delhi government is yet to provide a single job.
Hazoorie's Silence A Short Story by DALVEER KAUR
She turns to look at the picture and picks it up. Strokes her husbands’ face, as the last memory she has of him. The ache in her heart grows. Almost accusing him of leaving her all alone ...
India Bans 1984 Film:
Saadda Haq - Our Birthright
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.