"Wife-sharing" haunts Indian villages as girls decline
Thu, Oct 27 2011
By Nita Bhalla - Reuters
BAGHPAT, India (TrustLaw) - When Munni arrived in this fertile, sugarcane-growing region of north India as a young bride years ago, little did she imagine she would be forced into having...
FREMONT -- The founding of India and Pakistan on Aug. 14, 1947, will be celebrated by more than a billion people Sunday and Monday, but for many who lived through it 64 years ago, their pride will be tempered by memories of massacres, abductions and caravans of refugees 20 miles long.
REVISITING A CARNAGE
Ghost of Chhillar haunts Haryana
20 persons were killed in the Rewari village in the ’84 riots
Chhillar (Rewari), February 23
More than 26 years after 20 men, women and children (the number mentioned in the FIR according to the police) were allegedly...
Chittisinghpura massacre still haunts him
Tribune News Service
Jammu, March 17
Seven years have passed since the massacre of 35 Sikhs by unidentified terrorists at Chittisinghpura but Nanak Singh, the lone survivor of the brutal attack, still has fresh in...