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Jallianwala Bagh

The Malabar Angle

Madhavi Thampi

A singular fight against the Empire

Archbishop of Canterbury: Taking a Stand by Falling Flat

Justin Portal Welby’s actions in Jallianwala Bagh must spur his sphere of influence to go beyond pulpit pontifications

From Margin to Centre

Jawaharlal Nehru hailed the Amritsar Congress as the first ‘Gandhi Congress’. It was in 1919 that the young Jawaharlal became Gandhi’s lieutenant and organised relief work in the Punjab. Thus began one of the most critical and longest political partnerships of modern India

Anita Anand: Beyond Myth and Misunderstanding

Anita Anand creates a compelling portrait of Udham Singh, the avenger of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. The author in conversation with Nandini Nair

Many Faces of the Massacre

Saurav Dutt, author and political analyst, is out with a new work Garden of Bullets. He writes about the importance of revisiting the Jallianwala Bagh massacre on its 100th anniversary

Jallianwala Bagh: 100 years On

One hundred years between history and memory

1919: A Portrait

One hundred years after the year of reckoning

Spare Us Your Shame, Mr. Cameron

British Prime Minister David Cameron’s visit to Amritsar was a poor scrawl in the visitors book of a country that has dealt surprisingly well with its colonial past.

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