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Greater Love Hath No Man Than This by YUDHVIR RANA
A strapping lad of 17 in 1947, Charan Singh was in love with a girl in his village in the part of Punjab carved out as India's share.
Whispering Trains A Poem by MICHELE GIBSON
When do they fear for their lives? When they silence the people! When do they silence the people? When the people have voices.
A Sikhnee Called Fatima Bibi by MAJID SHEIKH
"They looted our youth. Didn't even leave its ashes. Ruined us. Left us neither living nor dead!"
Brothers Reunited 63 years after Partition THE PENINSULA
It was an emotional reunion this week between Sardar Kartar Singh and Chaudhry Sultan Mehmood.
The Reed Stool by MANREET KAUR SODHI SOMESHWAR
The custom of turning the reed stool upside down was a peculiarly Punjabi one ... it seemed to hold a particular relevance.
The Border by SOMEL PREET KAUR JAMMU
Blood dribbled out betweeb his lips when the sepoy hit him again, closer to the mouth.
Humanity Amidst Insanity: The Partition of Punjab A Book Review by SYEDA SALEHA
People rescued their neighbours, protected the honour of women and guarded property irrespective of religion and faith.
The Partition & I: What I Lost by S.J. KAUR
And live they did with all the passion of those who have lost - everything. This was my grandparents' story.
The Partition & I: To Hell And Back by RAVINDER SINGH TANEJA
All the Sikh families retreated to the local gurdwara for safe haven - never to return home!
Britain's Shameful Flight by STANLEY WOLPERT
At the peak of the tragedy, the fleeing British had no help or troops to offer - they'd all been precipitously sent home!