Relatives of martyrs, who were killed on April 13, 1919 at Jallianawala Bagh would observe the 96th anniversary of the incident as 'black day' by burning effigies of infamous British Brigadier General Reginald Dyer for spraying bullets on peaceful protestors ... Times of India, 2 months ago
These men were undoubtedly heroes - pitchforked into battle in unfamiliar lands, in harsh and cold climatic conditions they were neither used to nor prepared for, fighting an enemy of whom they had no knowledge, risking their lives every day for ...BBC, 2 days ago
JOURNALIST Anita Anand's account of the hitherto unknown life of Princess Sophia, (1876-1948), the fifth child of deposed Maharajah Duleep Singh, is a commendable debut. Although she has primarily been concerned with the radio and television ...DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago
I am not sure why this should be so, but it is undeniable that the present time is providing something of an intellectual feast for those with an interest in India and its history. Writers and publishers seem to have realized at last that the ...Caixin Online, 1 month ago
Author: Andre Vltchek http://journal-neo.org/author/andre-vltchek/ Column: Society http://journal-neo.org/category/columns/society/ Region: Southern Asia http://journal-neo.org/category/locations/southern-asia/ Country: India ...Groong, 2 months ago
Countercurrents.org A lane, a narrow passage to Jallianwala Bagh Garden inside the old city of Amritsar, in the state of Punjab. It is a monument now, one of the testaments to madness and crimes committed by the British Empire during its colonial ...Counter Currents, 2 months ago British Colonialism: Alive in the Minds of Indian Elitists Dissident Voice, 2 months ago
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