Author: Ranjit Singh 'Kuki' Gill

I salute Gil Scott-Heron

Noted American writer, singer and social commentator Gil Scott-Heron passed away on 26 May 2011 in America at the age of 62. In today’s world where the social crisis created and developed by careless governments is...

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Gone but not forgotten

Last week I went to the last Ardas for Sardarani Gurdial Kaur, a native of village Bulara near Ludhiana who was mother to a Sikh who served as a captain in the Indian army. Sahib Satinderpal Singh Gill was on active service when...

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Toxic Lasara drain

“Writing can be a pretty desperate endeavor, because it is about some of our deepest needs: our need to be visible, to be heard, our need to make sense of our lives, to wake up and grow and belong.” ‘Bird by...

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The Punjab is a Theatre

With the harvesting of wheat over in Punjab, the new season brings a renewed yearning and creativity in to the minds of rural Punjabis. Whilst the stage is now set for the sowing of new crops, quite literally the stage is set...

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