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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.
The Arithmetic of Mass-Murder by India's Police VISHAVJIT SINGH
He had killed over 80 innocent Sikhs in the late 1980's on the express orders of his superior officers.
Community of Lions & Lionesses -
T. SHER SINGH
Born and brought up in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India ...
Kush, an Award-Winning Film on New Delhi's 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom, to be Showcased in Venice International Film Festival SHWETA PARANDE, et al
The 20-min. film will be screened in the Orizzonti section.
Who is Swimming in the Soup in India?
New Delhi, Anti-Sikh Pogrom, 1984
Ghostly voices enter the soups served on powerful lunch tables in the Indian capital.
Searching for the Historical Truth:
The 1984 Pogroms
History books tell “truths” skewed by patriotism, idealism, naiveté ... or design.
The Story of a Pogrom:
Would they get it? Would they care?
A Play about The 1984 Pogroms
NANCY SHOHET WEST
It's based on Sarbpreet Singh's acclaimed poem on the events of 1984.
Memories of a Massacre:
Helium, A New Novel on India's Darkest Hour
There are cryptic historical clues to a different but parallel narrative to the one in plain sight ...