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The Persistent Ghost Of Manto

He described Partition’s ‘morning after’. Pakistan still doesn’t understand.

72-year separation ends, cousins meet for first time since Partition

Like most Partition refugees, Dalbir too had moved on in life, safely burying his days across the border within the creases of memory. But a more emotional Amir, remained persistent in his efforts to join the missing dots of his family.

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Look Back in Hope

Sonam Kalra on an experiential, multidisciplinary performance created from the poetry, memories and stories of Partition.

Permanent Address: Quetta, Hindustan

Author Reena Nanda on her Partition saga.

The Women of Midnight

The works are stark and replete with pathos, such as The Prey, three paintings which depict how women were turned into objects, meant to be distributed between India and Pakistan.

Ladakh organises inter school competitions to celebrate spirit of Indian army

The celebrations commenced with an inter school competition including football, volleyball, handball matches.

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Raghu Rai captures stories of refugees through exhibition

Raghu Rai captures the stories of refugees living in India through his latest exhibition

From MP to Panna: Alone, she enters a new home

T6, a tigress from the Pench National Park, was released in the Panna Tiger Reserve on Wednesday.

'Gawah' - a film on the 26/11 Mumbai attacks

Dubai based filmmaker Gauri Chadha,speaks about why she made a film on the 26/11 attacks.

Yesterday Once More

In the book,which is an account of undivided Punjab,Gandhi traces Punjab’s history from the death of Aurangzeb in the early 18th century,to the Partition in 1947,coinciding with the departure of the British.

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