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An 'Ode' to Indian Nationalism
I have washed the shame / Of a million frenzied
couplings / Off your body and your
The Killing Fields of Delhi
"Veer, I say / That is not your Dilli / Or mine ..."
What Does Diwali Mean for Sikhs? T. SHER SINGH
When I was a child, nothing grabbed the imagination of a child more than the magic and joie de vivre of Diwali.
President Pranab Mukherjee's Message to the Nation (India) on Dussehra GIRISH K.N. YADAV
The religious festival of Dussehra is being celebrated by the Hindus of Northern India this week.
Film on India’s 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom Wins Award in Venice Film Fest AARISH CHHABRA
It follows in the footsteps of Satyajit Ray's 'Aparajito' and Mira Nair's 'Monsoon Wedding'.
"Guilty Congressmen Being Shamelessly Protected":
H. S. Phoolka
An Interview by CHANDER SUTA DOGRA
Sonia Gandhi is 'guilty' ... as charged.
No Justice No Closure AMANDEEP SINGH SANDHU
People talk. In whispers. Those whispers travel farther than propaganda.
Secular Nonsense on 1984 HARTOSH SINGH BAL
The selective amnesia is no aberration.
The Quest for Justice Continues:
US Court Asks -- Was Sonia Gandhi Complicit in the Crimes After the Fact?
Today’s torturers and murderers resemble 18th century pirates ...
A Noisy Novel About Silence:
Jaspreet Singh's Helium
MARK ANTHONY JARMAN
Silence around killings can be complicity.