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In Delhi in 1984 the adage was completely inverted: books were burned after burning people.
“The Men From Dumaili Are Handsome, Tall, Fair …!”
“When I hear a Lahori speak, all my hate disappears”. That was a conversation stopper.
Making a U-Turn on Life's Highway JAYNE TOWNSEND
As a ’31 model, Dad is undeniably showing his rustiness.
Between A Mosque and a Madrassah:
Karachi’s Ratan Talao Gurdwara
With a sad smile on his face, he said: “You must know why no records of it can be found.”
What a Partition AYAZ AMIR
"... and Ranjit Singh, alas, not arising from his Samadhi to come to our rescue."
Stories of Partition
Punjab -- the land from Delhi to Rawalpindi -- was soaked in blood.
Haveli Soojan Singh:
The Disappearing Sikh Heritage of Rawalpindi
A city which has a lot to tell about its history and heritage ...
Another Secret Massacre in India?
Evidence of a 'new' one surfaces in the country's string of 'annual' genocidal binges.
Anup Singh's Film QISS Premieres in Toronto Film Fest Today ASIAN CULTURE VULTURE
"Who isn't a refugee?"
Today I Ask Waris Shah to Speak Up from His Grave:
The Partition of Punjab - Three Poems
W.H. AUDEN, AMRITA PRITAM & FAIZ AHMED FAIZ
"O soother of the stricken, arise and see your Punjab!"