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Today I Ask Waris Shah:
Ajj Aakhan Waris Shah Noon
A Poem by AMRITA PRITAM, Translated from Punjabi by NIKKY-GUNINDER KAUR SINGH
Rise! O sympathizer of the afflicted! Rise! Look at your Punjab!
Who Was That Man ...? MARIAM S. PAL
My grandmother, weeping silently, clutched a flour sack containing a samovar and some pots.
The Lost Gurdwaras Of Potohar ZULFIQAR ALI KALHORO
Three of the gurdwaras are located at Kanoha, Doberan Kalan and Mohara Bhatta, and are especially noted for their elegance and paintings.
Distorting History RANA TANVEER
Sardar Bahadur Bhagat Singh Khalsa High School was renamed Islamia High School post-1947.
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.