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“Through this book, I am doing my bit to restore peace and love between the two countries” – author Rashmi Trividi

“Through this book, I am doing my bit to restore peace and love between the two countries” – author Rashmi Trividi

Aman Ki Asha Bookshelf Publication: 2047: The UnifierAuthor: Rashmi TrivediPublisher: Hesten (traditional imprint of Blue Rose)Pages: 276Price: INR 150 (currently being sold a discounted rate of INR...
Detained fisherfolk: Denial of consular access is denial of justice

Detained fisherfolk: Denial of consular access is denial of justice

People’s Forum demands nationality verification and consular access to fishworkers and other prisoners of India and Pakistan; Pakistan must appoint members of the Joint Judicial Committee on...
Painting peace pretty

Painting peace pretty

Aman Ki Asha at Kolkata lit fest It might seem odd, even risky in the present tense atmosphere between India and Pakistan, that the Eleventh Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival included a session on...
Aman Ki Asha session at children’s lit-fest Kolkata

Aman Ki Asha session at children’s lit-fest Kolkata

The Oxford Junior Literary Festival 2020 in Kolkata this year being held as part of the annual Apeejay Kolkalta Literary Festival this year includes a 50-minute session on Aman Ki Asha (Hope for...
Pakistan students and daughters of two great Pakistani poets show solidarity with Indian students

Pakistan students and daughters of two great Pakistani poets show solidarity with Indian students

The daughters of two noted poets of Pakistan participated in a protest in Lahore held in solidarity with students of students in India from Jawaharlal Nehru University, Jamia Milia Islamia and...
Keeping the OP Nayyar torch alight

Keeping the OP Nayyar torch alight

By Siraj Khan OP Nayyar, born: January 16, 1926, Lahore; died: January 28, 2007, Mumbai The latest edition of our OP Nayyar concert took place November 9, 2019, put together by Sur-Dhanuk-Dhun, a...
Student groups at Harvard Kennedy School to celebrate Kartarpur corridor

Student groups at Harvard Kennedy School to celebrate Kartarpur corridor

By Neel Kamal Indians and Pakistanis in faraway USA are planning a solidarity peace programme featuring the Kartarpur corridor as a window of peace between their countries. The corridor allows...
Build peace and friendship on the foundation of Kartarpur

Build peace and friendship on the foundation of Kartarpur

By Arundhati Dhuru and Sandeep Pandey It was heartening to hear Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi praise his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan for facilitating the opening of the cross-border...
‘India should remember that the burden of generosity lies on its shoulders’ — Sir Mark Tully

‘India should remember that the burden of generosity lies on its shoulders’ — Sir Mark Tully

India must uphold its historic track record as a multi-religious and plural society, says the distinguished journalist and author Mark Tully, who has lived here for nearly 50 years. Former South Asia...
Pakistani film honoring Guru Nanak at 2019 Sikh International Film Festival, New York

Pakistani film honoring Guru Nanak at 2019 Sikh International Film Festival, New York

Pakistani food blogger Nilofer Qazi’s video “In the Footsteps of Guru Nanak from the land of Nanak” will feature at the 2019 Sikh International Film Festival, November 9 in New York City. The...