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Lord Mountbatten, The Last Viceroy Of India, Was Tragically Assassinated This Day 38-Years Ago; August 27, 1979.

by Anura Guruge

This was CLOSE TO HOME in many respects. Romsey, Hants. — where he would be buried and the location of their Country Home — was but 4 miles from where I used to… 111 more words

Anura Guruge

70 Years Of Independence

I want to take this opportunity to wish my Internet friends in India and in Pakistan a happy Independence Day today. I feel privileged to regularly correspond with special people in both nations. 348 more words

Cultural Highlights

Viceroy's House - The Movie

If you have time to sit down with a bowl of fresh popcorn, Kodi software, and a bunch of movies available; I suggest you search for… 160 more words


War Films Make You Think

I started and ended my DIFF 2017 viewing with two war documentaries/films.

The first one was Troupes of War – Diturupa. This documentary features the journey of South African journalist Lucas Ledwaba as he examines the experience of black South African soldiers in World War I. 348 more words


Review: The Crown and Decolonization

by Zayad Bangash

When asked to examine the Netflix series The Crown‘s portrayal of decolonization I was intrigued. The show focuses on the early reign of Queen Elizabeth II and how she establishes herself as the first female monarch since Queen Victoria. 4,354 more words

July 2017

Grand Trailer launch of Gurinder Chadha's Partition: 1947

Gurinder Chadha along with Huma Qureshi were present at the trailer launch of their upcoming movie Partition: 1947. Gurinder who is best known for directing Bend It Like Beckham and Bride and Prejudice, has directed this movie. 101 more words

Partition:1947 to unmask conspiracy of Indian History

PARTITION: 1947 is directed by Gurinder Chadha, movie tells us the untold story behind Partition.

After 300 years, the rule was coming to an end. The rule of the British!! 148 more words