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How An Innocent Man Was Imprisoned & Tortured by India AMANINDER SHARMA
But then became a Cabinet Minister!
Three Decades Later:
Coda To An Extraordinary Journey
"What is it that I hope to find? / In these dusty alleys, / Forbidden, unkind ..."
The Pot Calling The Kettle Black:
Modi’s RSS Endorsed, Supported & Participated In 1984 Genocide
Mr Modi has conveniently failed to mention his mentor's and RSS' role in 1984.
I Try To Speak To Ghalib
"Someone reduced Delhi to cruel squads, a strange Diwali / Dark clouds ascend like Qutab Minars ..."
A Short Story by SARBPREET SINGH
The sound gets louder and closer. It invades our ears and mutes our tongues ...
The So-Called Intellectuals Of India
Newfound Courage For Old Cowards?
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Why a similar civil outrage was not witnessed when the 1984 anti-Sikh pogroms shook India?
1984 & I
"Come here!" It was not a guard, but a soldier, with a submachine gun pointed right at us.
The Survivor A Short Story by SARBPREET SINGH
Rani puts her arms around him and says it’s all right, it’s only a bad dream ...
Halloween & Indiro,
The Wicked Witch of the East
"We commemorate the victory of good over evil in marking her annual journey from hell and back to hell every Halloween ..."
Are We Ready For Another 1984? KANWAL KAUR
The coals are still red underneath the white dust of the fire of 1984.