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The Pandits of India
T. SHER SINGH
The Kashmiri Pandits are back in Delhi, on their knees, hands out-stretched, once again begging for alms.
Ten Thousand Pairs of Shoes:
The Silence of The 1984 Amritsar Holocaust
The attacks in 1984 removed forever the erstwhile barrier in the Indian psyche of attacking faith centers.
Would a Ruckus in Tiananmen Cancel its Anniversary?
Should The Orchestrated Melee in Amritsar Overshadow 1984?
Well-orchestrated images and meticulously shot footage ...
The Missing Thousands of Punjab JASTINDER KHERA
"They tortured him for three days. Then they took him to a canal and killed him along with another detainee ..."
A Young Flight Lieutenant in the Indian Air Force
The avid photographer that he was, my father had just bought a swanky new Yashica Electro-35.
Cool Repose in
The Heart of The Inferno
Perhaps it was his spirit that pervaded the innocent martyrs of 1984 as they faced death with courage and equanimity.
That Dark Dawn
Thirty Years Ago
"The pitter-patter of a child’s running feet / around the parkarma, echoes a rhythmic beat ..."
1984 Woke Me Up From A Deep Slumber INNI KAUR
Sitting thousands of miles away, I felt every bullet. I experienced a deep, personal loss.
Wait and See T. SHER SINGH
Relaxed and comfortable, never complacent, but ever alert … and ever ready to spring into action.
1984 -- Thirty Years Later:
The Roundtable Open Forum # 122
HARTOSH SINGH BAL
“It was a big blunder, for which Mrs Gandhi had to pay a very heavy price.”