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The Lost Generation:
1984 & The Decade Thereafter
Dr RAHULDEEP SINGH GILL
The Disappeared. This is the name for so many young men picked up by the police and never heard of again.
November 1, 1984,
New Delhi -
Indian MP Kamal Nath Directs The Mob
The white of Kamal Nath’s kurta-pajama was standard for a Congress leader or a politician.
India’s Most Shameful Past:
A New Book On India’s Great Genocide -
“1984: The Anti-Sikh Violence And After”
It was “controlled action rather than uncontrolled anger”.
It Can Happen Again:
Indira Gandhi Suspended Democracy in 1976 And Became Dictator
MIHIR S SHARMA
Forty years on, don’t think the Emergency is just history. It’s a warning …
A Love Poem After The Genocide A Poem by JASPREET SINGH
“From now on, we will tell / our stories / ourselves …”
India Weaves A Web Of Lies
And Shifts Blame For Violence By State In Jammu On ‘The Phoren Hand’
If Indian ‘intelligence’ is to be believed, Spain, United Kingdom and Pakistan were all involved.
Then, the press didn’t have the freedom to tell this story. Today, the people who lived it are telling it themselves.
Indian Authorities Manufacture Crisis In Jammu
To Overshadow June 84 Anniversary …
Right On Cue
On Wednesday, Jagjeet Singh, 25, was shot dead by the Indian Paramilitary …
I Was Kneading Bread
A Poem by MICHELE GIBSON
" A continent away. A woman, not much older,/ Was plotting military strategy ..."
Operation Blue Star -
RAM NARAYAN KUMAR
Bhindranwale and his chief military advisors, who had taken shelter within the Akal Takht, were captured and killed under torture.