Khushwant Singh was the last of the titans. A man who was principled and yet enjoyed skirting the thin edge of life. There were many compromises he made but only on very trivial issues. That apart he remained the uncompromised Sardar. Generations ... DNA India, 5 hours ago
No wonder "The Constipated Frenchman" of Khushwant Singh's short story died in alien land not being able to compromise with the hostilities of subsistence around. I, too, while being in the US almost became Mr Bean, who could do everything else but ...Hindustan Times, 1 day ago
The annual Khushwant Singh Literature Festival (KSLF) set in the hills of Kasauli, will have an added feature this year, a Rs 2.5 Lakh award for best debut fiction novel in the memory of the noted author and journalist. Titled as 'Khushwant Singh Memorial ...Business Standard, 3 days ago Literature festival constitutes award in memory of Khushwant Singh Oneindia, 3 days ago PTI - KHUSHWANT - Lit festival constitutes award in memory of Khushwant Singh Namibia Press Agency, 3 days ago Lit Fest Constitutes Award in Memory of Khushwant Singh Outlook, 3 days ago
As literature lovers and prominent personalities from the city filled the editorial hall of Hindustan Times on Saturday afternoon and peals of laughter reverberated in the air, close associates of Khushwant Singh recalled hilarious anecdotes from the life and ...Hindustan Times, 2 days ago
Balraj Bahri and Anuj Bahri, 84 and 51, Bahrisons For the bookseller, life was vintage Khushwant Singh. As a 19-year-old boy from Malakwal, Pakistan, he witnessed the horrors of the Partition that displaced him. Delhi gave Bahrisons founder Balraj ...New Indian Express, 1 week ago
By M.V. Kamath The late Khushwant Singh who passed away on March 20 received due recognition in the English media such as no other in his profession has ever received in the past. 'The Telegraph' (March 21) noted that he was its oldest ...Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 week ago
The absolute best quotes of writer Khushwant Singh from his column 'With Malice Towards One and All'
Khushwant Singh, who passed away this week, wanted to be remembered as someone who made people smile and wrote his own epitaph some years ago in which he described himself as one "who spared neither man nor God". In 'Khushwantnama: The Lessons of My Life', ...IBN Live, 1 month ago Wish to Be Remembered for Making People Smile: Khushwant Outlook, 1 month ago Here lies one who spared neither man nor God: Khushwant's epitaph for himself The Hindu, 1 month ago Want to be remembered as someone who made people smile Business Standard, 1 month ago
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IN the death of Khushwant Singh, the well- known Indian journalist and writer, India has lost a writer of great perception and skill. With his sharp writings, he exposed the many foibles in the Indian political and the social system. He wrote very ...DAWN Group, 4 weeks ago Khushwant was a legend, doyen of good writing Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 4 weeks ago Khushwant Singh: Simple yet enduring Khaleej Times, 1 month ago
Regarded as one of India's noted authors and columnists, Khushwant Singh Thursday breathed his last at the age of 99 in New Delhi. We list the books penned by the writer, who lived a momentous life. Novels/Books "How the Sikhs Lost their Kingdom" "Train to ...First Post.com, 1 month ago Khushwant's oeuvre New Kerala, 1 month ago Khushwants oeuvre Bombay News.Net, 1 month ago
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If you look at things as they are, there does not seem to be a code either of man or of god on which one can pattern one's conduct. Wrong triumphs over right as much as right over wrong. Sometimes its triumphs are greater. What happens ultimately, ...New Delhi Pioneer, 3 weeks ago Khushwant Singh's Train to Pakistan chugged off from city of lakes Times of India, 1 month ago
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