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Title Punjab Tangle
Description The state of Punjab and its people, particularly the Sikhs, had to pass through a very traumatic experience during the 1980s following the military operation 'Blue Star' causing damage and desecration of the Harimandir and subsequent assassination of the then prime minister of India and communal riots. Punjab was in the grip of violence, bloodshed and killings both by the Sikh militants and India's security forces. Punjab problem seemed to have reached a dead end. Several Indian intellectuals, sensitive, enlightened Sikhs and political leaders offered their observations and solution of the Punjab Tangle. This volume contains eight articles on the Punjab Tangle published in the leading newspapers. Each article presents a different perspective, but taken together these articles bring out the seriousness and magnitude of the Punjab problem. Each article, though subjective, is analytical and opinionated, highlights the gravity of the situation. The volume is a veritable chronicle of this period of Indian history
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