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Look How Times Have Changed
My first thought was that she looked like a kindly great-aunt. She stood on Rice Howard Way in sensible shoes and a plain coat, Canadian decency in uniform, and asked me to sign her petition.
Jumping to Conclusions:
Judge John Major and the Air India Bombing Inquiry
T. SHER SINGH
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2012: The politicians were looking for a way to show the world that they had indeed done an investigation into the bombing of Air India Flight #182, but didn’t want the truth to out.
Senior Canadian Intelligence Officer Discloses Canadian Govt Knew of India's Involvement in Air India Bombing CHRIS COBB
Francois Lavigne says public enquiry into the tragedy suffered from the “fatal flaw” of not being allowed to investigate the role of the Indian government in the attack.
Terrorism Isn't the Disease; Egregious Injustice Is PANINI ANAND interviews ARUNDHATI ROY
Narendra Modi for Prime Minister! Who in their right mind can even imagine that? We have stopped even pretending that we have a sense of justice.
8T4 - Part II JASPREET SINGH
My mother was silent for a while. Then she spoke again, and told me about Ishwar’s sobbing, crackling voice, whatever she heard standing close to the phone. Then a complete collapse of language.
8T4 - Part I JASPREET SINGH
We were the lucky ones. We were spared. Our bodies were spared fire, mutilation, and other things. Our things were not looted. After twenty minutes or so, the mob passed by.
The State Of Punjab - Part VII
It is our duty to assist in the cessation of injustice by raising our voices, mobilizing our resources, informing our own governments, and demanding change.
The Messiah Is Here ... and It Is Us SANTBIR SINGH
The primary truth of the human condition that the Guru shows us, is that
we are grand and divine. We are god-like. That is our Guru's vision.
Postcards From The Edge, Part III
T. SHER SINGH
THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2012: It’s the way of the world. Remember Kabir’s words … nindo nindo moko log nindo ...
Akal Takht Demands Return Of Sikh Reference Library Contents Stolen In 1984 NEWS REPORT
The Akal Takht has made a fresh demand to India's Army Chief to arrange return of the articles stolen from the Sikh Reference Library by the Indian Army during the 1984 attack on the Darbar Sahib.