“India, she the grim Stepmother of our kind”, wrote Rudyard Kipling in his poem Christmas in India. He couldn’t have been further from the truth for history bears witness to India’s benign acceptance of all those that arrive on her shores seeking a haven to live in peace, free of persecution. The earliest known instance is the arrival of Jews in India over two millennia ago followed later by the Zoroastrians, Tibetans, Poles and others. In this issue you will read how Polish children escaping the Soviet Gulag and Nazi Germany are given shelter by Digvijaysinhji, the maharaja, or ‘Jam Saheb’, of Nawanagar.
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Ali Khan Mahmudabad – Illusions of Justice in America and Syria
Aryaa Naik – Women in Mahabharata
David Gardner – The new war for the Middle East
David Morgan – New World Order to New Disorder
Dr Anuradha Bhattacharjee – Polish Refugees in India
Dr Candess M Campbell – The Bully Archetype
Gary Zaetz – Americans MIA World War II Indo-China Border
Jayson S Lamchek – The Marwan Affair ‘War on Terror’ Resurgent
Mark Ulyseas – ‘Faction’ news and the antisocial media
Natalie Wood – Casualties of War
Professor Ella Habiba Shohat – Dislocated identities
Terry McDonagh – About Albert
‘India’s Daughter’ Film by Leslee Udwin is banned in India!
Indian Women – Staying Alive – Women’s Day 8 March
India’s Daughter – Noted Indian Activists write to NDTV
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