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Wanted - A New Sikh:
Clear, Consistent & Current
“The devotee of the Divine needs to be just like the Divine,” proclaims Guru Granth Sahib.
A New Novel on The Great Betrayal:
Roopinder Singh’s Delhi ‘84
An Interview by SUKANT DEEPAK
“They tore my clothes and stripped me naked in front of my son ...”
Who Are The Guilty?
Our report was entitled: ‘Who Are the Guilty?’ It was banned.
Nothing Has Changed in India:
Modi Was Elected in 2014 On The Strength of a Massacre, Just Like Rajiv in 1984
Our fight is against communal hatred and violence.
The Ghosts of 1984 Now Haunt New Delhi? ANNIE GOWEN, THE WASHINGTON POST
Over the past year, some unusual events have occurred at a courthouse in eastern New Delhi.
30 Years On JASPREET SINGH
"No one can order anybody to unremember 84, especially not / the perpetrator ..."
What I Saw in New Delhi on November 1, 1984 M.R. NARAYAN SWAMY
Piled up shabbily like a mini mountain – like sacks of foodgrain in a warehouse – were bodies after bodies, of men and women, drenched in blood.
Are They Still Calling it a Riot Now?
Why Language Matters On The Path To Accountability
SCHONA K. JOLLY
If the language surrounding 1984 is not changed, then India herself cannot change.
Bridge People SHAUNA SINGH BALDWIN
The dangers of exclusion, the importance of refusing exclusion, of demanding to belong, and demanding that others belong as well ...
India & Its 1984 Genocide:
30 Years On, Time for Indian Parliament to Make Amends?
In the wake of 911, the US Congress passed a resolution “condemning bigotry and violence against Sikh-Americans“.