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The Heirs of Mir Mannu:
How The Oppressors in India Keep on Mowing ... and Sowing
T. SHER SINGH
"The more he mows us, the more we grow."
"The silent streets / Unmetalled with / Compassion / Strewn with jagged / Broken pieces of / Hatred ..."
A Tale of Two Cities:
Carnage in Kishinev, Butchery in Delhi
"It is the tongue of every ghost / Of every maid and every crone / Of every mother and every child ..."
SMEARS OF SAFFRON:
Another 'Ode' to Indian Nationalism
"Naked you stand in the
harsh light / Avarice, hatred your
eyes reveal ..."
All of India, Not Just the Survivors, Needs to Mourn 1984 An Interview by MALINI NAIR
"One does not decide to visit 1984. 1984 keeps visiting us ..."
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'.