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Talking To Novelist Amandeep Singh Sandhu
Roll of Honour
An Interview by ROSALIA SCALIA
Sandhu ranks among India’s literary pioneers, writing about a chapter of its modern history that remains an open and bleeding wound.
Man Who Led 1984's Criminal Attack on Darbar Sahib Stabbed in London NEWS REPORT
"The man has been taken to hospital where he remains in a serious condition ..."
Roll of Honour:
Amandeep Singh Sandhu's New Novel on 1984
The assault on the Darbar Sahib has just ended and the Indian Army is arresting and killing innocent Sikhs ...
Mass Murderer Jagdish Tytler:
"... if convictions (such as those recently obtained re Gujarat massacres) had been achieved in the case of the 1984 anti-Sikh pogroms, our history would have been different."
Sikhs Fleeing India Landed on His Lawn BRIAN MEDEL
“They didn’t know where they were. They didn’t know what to do. They didn’t have a clue. They had been 17 days on the ocean,” says an eyewitness.
A New Novel by Jaspreet Singh ... on 1984
The follow up to his earlier award-winning novel, Chef, wrestles with one of the most shocking moments in the history of the Indian nation: the massacre of the Sikh citizens enabled by the government
The Ghosts of 1984 at The Olympics T. SHER SINGH
SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 2012: Compared to the ignominous #50 rank India had achieved at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, India has managed to slip a further five places in London. Now, it's #55. Incredble India!
Or, How We Helped Rajiv Manipulate the Electorate in 1984
The author was employed by Rajiv Gandhi in a fear-mongering campaign which rebounded and resulted in the execution of Rajiv by his co-religionists.
aphasia A Poem by PARVINDER MEHTA
erased memories etched nightmares punctuated emotions … failed hope failed justice failed ideals ... failed words failed … fai …
Look How Times Have Changed
My first thought was that she looked like a kindly great-aunt. She stood on Rice Howard Way in sensible shoes and a plain coat, Canadian decency in uniform, and asked me to sign her petition.