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1984 -- Thirty Years Later:
The Roundtable Open Forum # 121
HARTOSH SINGH BAL
As Sikhs erupted in anger at the murders, Bhindranwale became the lightning rod for their outrage.
1984 - Thirty Years Later:
The Roundtable Open Forum # 120
HARTOSH SINGH BAL
The story of the biggest mistake of the Gandhi Clan, and how it still haunts India.
Where Were You in 1984?
The 1984 Living History Project
I can’t say I walked into my first interview fearlessly. These are not conversations we are used to having. And they are not pleasant.
I Bear Witness ... SARBPREET SINGH
They tore my flesh spit out my blood / And yet each time from the dust I rose / My wounds were gone my body whole ...
The Anatomy of A War Crime:
The Indian Army in Amritsar
"These boys were shot dead right in front of me. Their age was between 18 and 20 years ..."
Sting Operation Reveals Delhi Cops, Government Colluded During 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom THE TIMES OF INDIA
The interviews reveal how an entire police force not only failed to act, but colluded with the government of the day ...
After a Genocide in Delhi A Poem by JASPREET SINGH
" ... how long does it take / for rubber to burn fully? / Does it burn slower than a human body? ..."
There is A Tide in The Affairs of Men Lord INDARJIT SINGH
"On such a full sea are we now afloat, / And we must take the current when it serves, / Or lose our ventures."
Persistence of Trauma JASPREET SINGH
When I first saw the photograph I felt its silence. Silence filled the whole space.
The Perished and The Saved A Short Story by JASPREET SINGH
“I have already done what the men asked me to do. Now go home,” she repeats. “We are safe.”