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This Thanksgiving Day, We Celebrate The Life of Guru Tegh Bahadar by SATPAL SINGH
We have much to be thankful for in our life. Not the least of which is the fact that we are born free. However, we can truly live free only when everyone enjoys the fundamental right to live free ...
Why JFK Died, And Why It Matters 48 Years Later by BRIAN McKENNA
At least one senior CIA agent, the Watergate burglar E. Howard Hunt, confessed on his deathbed the assassination was a coup d'état.
The Lost Palace of Amritsar by SANDEEP SINGH BRAR
Why was it that one of the largest buildings on the parkarma ever built, a palace so large that it dwarfed every other structure, had simply disappeared from our records and collective memory?
The Curse of The Kohinoor Continues To Haunt The Brits by CHRISTOPHER WILSON
The age-old stories of the Kohinoor and the curse of Tutankhamen come together in this fascinating new discovery, which revolves around Maharaja Duleep Singh's son, Victor.
A Pakistani's Plea: Why Our Textbooks Should Include Ranjit Singh by FARHAN AHMED SHAH
"Senator Raza Rabbani’s recent assertion that teaching students about Ranjit Singh or Bhagat Singh would not harm Pakistan should be warmly welcomed."
The Lost Tribes of The Sikhs by BISWAJIT CHOUDHURY
"They should be liberated, so to speak, from the hold of the Punjabi Sikhs ... Sikhism, which was a movement for freedom from the inequities imposed by the social system, would thus be returning to its origins."
The Amritsar of Yore - Guru ki Nagri
by ZAFAR ULLAH POSHNI
During the long summer days, the sun would heat up the rooms so much in these homes that the extended families living in them had to sleep on the open roof tops.
Royal British Legion Adds The Khanda to Its Remembrance Day Appeal THE TELEGRAPH
In this year’s appeal in Leicestershire, the khanda will join the Christian Cross, the Jewish Star of David and the Muslim Crescent, which have been introduced in recent years.
Bhagat Singh's Final Hours by R.K. KAUSHIK
Last week, Bhagat Singh would have turned 104. This article, based on information gleaned from hitherto inaccessible records in India and Pakistan, pieces together a stirring account of Bhagat Singh's final moments.
Birthing A Nation:
An Exercise in PR, Intrigue, Deception
by RONEN BERGMAN
Creating a nation involves far more than mere braun and bravado, protests and resolutions, street-fights and pitched battles.