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A Novel in Verse About 1984
A Book Review by SUSAN PERREN
With its sweeping, even soaring reach, this novel contains a range of earthly experiences and emotions as well: love and death, hatred and evil, joy and engulfing sorrow ...
Panjab Digital Library: A Success Story by ANANDITA GUPTA
This transition from physical to digital is not just going to change the way we read, but also going to determine the future of books.
Bram Stoker's Dracula - in Punjabi A Book Review by RUPINDERPAL "Roop" SINGH DHILLON
There is much to recommend this translation. The story is fast paced and genuinely interesting. The early part of the book has great gothic atmosphere ...
Chasing The Rooster:
Fauja Singh, The Turbaned Tornado
A Book Review by T. SHER SINGH
Fauja is always there, standing over your shoulder, with his timely
interjections or earthy pearls of wisdom which the author aptly calls “Faujanomics”.
The World's War Against Girls A Book Review by JONATHAN V. LAST
Since the late 1970s, 163 million female babies have been aborted around the world by parents seeking sons ... This is where choice leads. This is where choice has already led.
The Real Mister Gandhi by CHRISTOPHER HITCHENS
Lelyveld examines all the pious beliefs associated with Gandhi ... and finds, or permits us to conclude, that they belong in the realm of the not-quite-true.
Emergence of A New Genre of Punjabi Literature in The Diaspora by RUPINDERPAL SINGH
The voice of the generation which has inherited both the Punjabi culture and the host culture is growing.
Turbaned Tornado by JAIDEEP SARIN
At 89 years, he took seriously to running and ended up in international marathon events like the ones in London, Glasgow and Toronto.
Skeena A Book Review by RUPINDERPAL "Roop" SINGH DHILLON
Reading this Punjabi novel bought up many issues for me, general themes and points significant to the state of Punjabi Literature today. It needs to be examined in the context of these issues.
Rupinderpal Singh Dhillon: Why I Write in Punjabi An Interview by CITY SIKHS
I was in my mid-thirties when I learnt Punjabi, and self taught by making many mistakes. My greatest ally was the internet.