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Kultar’s Mime March 2015 India Tour:
Bombay, Calcutta, Bangalore, Madras, New Delhi
The production is back in India. Performances have been scheduled in five major cities.
A Stain On A Nation & Its People:
Family Of Three in India Leaves Home For First Time After 1984 Pogrom
The trio - identified as Nirmal Kaur, her daughter Kamaljeet Kaur and son Inderpal Singh - were forcibly removed from their home ...
Grandma Wolf To Investigate The Red Riding Hood Riot:
30 Years Later, India Appoints 21st Inquiry Into 1984 Pogroms
T. SHER SINGH
Two police officers and an RSS Judge to run the show.
Like Moths, India’s Congress Commits Self-Immolation:
And Here’s How
T. SHER SINGH
Ajay Maken is no ordinary Congress Party politician. He is the protégé and nephew of Lalit Maken.
A Riffraff of Knaves:
Congress Dares BJP To Tell All On Anti-Sikh Pogroms,
Threatens To Reveal BJP Role In Genocide
TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE
"They cannot deny the role of BJP and RSS workers in the 1984 genocide ..."
Chauthi Koot -
The Fourth Direction:
Internationally Acclaimed Filmmaker Looks At 1984 -
“There were unspeakable excesses and brutalities ..."
The Year My World Turned Upside Down T. SHER SINGH
The Video relates some of my personal experiences in Canada triggered by the events of 1984.
Roll of Honour:
An Interview With Author Amandeep Singh Sandhu,
& Punjabi Translator Daljit Ami
An Interview by PREETI SINGH
Literature based on acts of human atrocities against a race, community or caste has become an independent genre.
The Widows of 1984 Magnanimously Feed Langar To India’s Corrupt Politicians NAVEED IQBAL
Everyone in New Delhi’s Tilak Vihar has a 1984 Pogrom story ...
How Can We Forget AMAN SINGH SANDHU, 11
"People were dying / Children were crying / Yet the government is / Still denying / Still lying ..."