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by ROSHAN DOUG AN OFFICIAL apology for the Amritsar massacre is something some Indians have been seeking from the British government since 1919. The most recent...
by Amit Roy IF THE British government can offer a formal apology for ‘Bloody Sunday’, why can’t it do the same for Jallianwala Bagh? On the...
by KISHWAR DESAI FIRST the British tried to silence them, then they tried to kill them, and then those who survived were tortured, jailed, whipped...
by BARNIE CHOUDHURY LAST Thursday (28) I was in parliament on the eve of the meaningful vote two-and-a-half, or whatever it was called. It was...
by AMIT ROY BACK in December, David Landsman, the excellent executive director of Tata UK, sent out a message: “In my last few days at Tata,...
by SUNDER KATWALA BRITAIN feels deeply divided. The sense of a more fragmented, fractious society than any of us find comfortable has, ironically, become at...
by PHILIP HAMMOND Chancellor of the exchequer I’M DELIGHTED to be here tonight at the Asian Business Awards, 22 years after the first of these fantastic...
by Amit Roy AN ENGLISH friend of mine who fell ill and could not attend last Friday’s (22) launch of Eastern Eye’s Rich List sent...
by STEVE ROSE THE de-politicisation of the actions of the suspect in the Christchurch mosque attacks demonstrates how discussions in the mainstream press remain stubborn,...
by Amit Roy WHAT are the lessons from the Christchurch massacre? Could it happen here? And what do we do to prevent another horror? The questions people...

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