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Stories of Partition
Punjab -- the land from Delhi to Rawalpindi -- was soaked in blood.
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 ..."
Look Who Now Also Loves Punjab
A Book Review by NAVTEJ SINGH SARNA
With no original research, the author merely regurgitates history with an added bias.
Bishop John Shelby Spong:
Ahead of His Time in Christian Reforms
“The older I get the more deeply I believe but the fewer beliefs I have."
A New International $25,000 Literary Prize for Punjabi Writers NEWS REPORT
“It is time for this literature to receive the recognition that it is due ...”
The Girls Ate Last:
An Autobiographical Tale by Supriya Singh
Book Review by GEETANJALI SINGH CHANDA
Mother-daughter stories are complex narratives of silences, elisions and of love.
Labour of Love:
A New Translation of Guru Granth Sahib
"it is God-inspired,” he says. “It is nothing of my own.”
Behind a Nation's War on Women
"An army of single, angry men who will likely never find wives and settle down ..."
A New Novel by Sathnam Singh Sanghera
He examines the nationwide story of British immigration through the prism of the Sikh-Briton experience.
Aren't We The Ultimate People of the Book? T. SHER SINGH
They came up with a novel idea: a campaign was started and quickly spread like wild fire.