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‘Teri Amrita ‘ first time staged in Punjabi at Lahore #Sundayreading

Two to play Sarwat Ali March 23, 2014 ‘Teri Amrita’ managed to capture the Lahori audience despite its lack of action   What are the rules that evaluate a drama on stage that has no action but only the presence of… Continue Reading →

Narendra Modi invited to release Bhagat Singh Jail diary- is like Hitler being invited to release Lenin’s book #mustread

Chaman Lal , hastakshep.com  In context of ‘Narendera Modi being invited to release Bhagat Singh Jail diary’! I join in expressing my concern with further emphasis that it is like ‘Hitler being invited to release Lenin’s book’! or ‘Bush being invited… Continue Reading →

#India – NoTo Bhagat Singh’s Second Hanging #mustread

By Shamsul Islam According to some newspapers reports Yadvendra Singh Sandhu, a distant relative of great martyr of Indian Freedom Struggle, Bhagat Singh (hanged on March 23, 1931 along with Sukhdev & Rajguru in Lahore) has invited Hindutva icon, Narendra… Continue Reading →

Sarabjit’s death probe: Judicial commission visits jail, interviews prisoners

PTI Jun 9, 2013, LAHORE: A judicial commission of the Lahore high court visited Sarabjit Singh’s cell in Kot Lakhpat Jail and interviewed prisoners as part of its probe into the brutal murder of the Indian death row convict. Justice Mazahar Ali Akbar… Continue Reading →

Pakistani lesbian couple marry in U.K. defying threats

HASAN SUROOR  LONDON, May 27, 2013, The Hindu On a day that a French lesbian love story won the top award at Cannes, two young lesbians from Pakistan became the first Muslim women in Britain to marry in a civil ceremony… Continue Reading →

Pakistan releases 45 Indian fishermen as a goodwill gesture #goodnews

Press Trust of India | Posted on May 25, 2013 Islamabad: Pakistan on Saturday released 45 Indian prisoners as a gesture of goodwill though confusion surrounded the move as Indian authorities in Islamabad were not informed about it. “We have freed 45 Indian… Continue Reading →

India – Ignoring Custodial Deaths #Prisons

Vol – XLVIII No. 19, May 11, 2013 | Rebecca Gonsalvez and Vijay Hiremath EPW There is justifiable anguish over the killing of Sarabjit Singh in a Pakistani jail but what about the thousands of deaths in police and judicial custody in India? Torture… Continue Reading →

Spies of Punjab, ‘shown steps of gold’

CHANDER SUTA DOGRA, The HinduFor one Sarabjit Singh, whose death brought politicians to his funeral and financial assistance for his family, the Punjab countryside is dotted with scores of men knocking on the doors of courts seeking compensation for the… Continue Reading →

Joint Statement on Sixth meeting of the India-Pakistan Judicial Committee on Prisoners to Pakistan

  May 03, 2013 Members of the India-Pakistan Judicial Committee on Prisoners visited Pakistani Jails in Karachi, Rawalpindi and Lahore from April 26-May 1, 2013. The members of the Committee, Justice (Retd.) Mr A.S Gill and Justice (Retd) Mr. M.A… Continue Reading →

PressRelease- Joint Statement by Indians and Pakistanis on the Sad Demise of Sarabjit Singh

We the citizens of India and Pakistan are pained by the sad demise of Mr. Sarabjit Singh as a result of a dastardly attack on him in the Kot Lakhpat jail in Lahore, Pakistan by some inmates on 26th April 2013…. Continue Reading →

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