India bans film accused of glorifying Indira Gandhi’s assassination
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By Swati Sharma August 21 at 3:00 PM
After protests and a massive uproar over a controversial Indian...
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When Indira wondered why Sikhs play hockey!
WHEN INDIRA GANDHI ASKED:
‘WHY SIKH PLAYERS ONLY?’
“In 1974 when I was an Inspector-General in the Border Security Force I received a...
I have been wondering about a thing. I've read a little about the massacre in 1984, and was wondering, what was the general view on the assassins of Indira Gandhi? Did sikhs mean it was a right thing to do, or did they mean it was wrong? I'm sure there were many different...
Would You Tolerate A Film Glorifying Hitler?
by GURMEET KAUR
After the amazing success of Slumdog Millionaire, Bollywood seems to have found a new romance in Hollywood.
UCLA and Yale graduate of Indian origin, Hollywood and Broadway acclaimed filmmaker Krishna Shah has recently announced...
25th Death Anniversary -- A Moment in Time: Reflections on Indira GandhiBy PREETI CHANDAN
indiawest.comNovember 05, 2009 03:21:00 PM
It was one of those moments in time for Indians, one about which they would say even years later, “I clearly remember where I was when I heard the news.”
Twenty-five years after Beant Singh emptied his revolver into then prime minister Indira Gandhi, the assassin's son says his father didn't do it to appease anyone in the Sikh community but wanted to personally avenge the army's Operation Bluestar.
'My father had killed Indira Gandhi neither at...
New generation of Sikhs lives with scars (25 years after Indira Gandhi's assassination)
Amandeep Kaur clearly recounts that horrific phase when, with all the men folk in her family killed in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, the women had to struggle to make...
Into The Temple, With Boots On
Operation Bluestar was a ******, avoidable desecration
Not a blaring horn was heard, not an overladen, toiling truck, nor an ambling bullock cart were seen along the Grand Trunk Road on the morning of June 5, 1984, hours before the army entered...