The Punjab Crisis and Human Rights
Book by Iqbal Singh entitled The Punjab Crisis and Human Rights, published by Citizens For Human Rights and Civil Liberties in June of 1985. The publication chronicles the 1984 attack on the Golden Temple in Amritsar and subsequent mass killing of Sikhs in Delhi.
1984 Sikhs' Kristallnacht
Publication by Parvinder Singh entitled "1984: Sikhs' Kristallnacht" and published in 2009. The publication chronicles the 1984 attack on the Golden Temple in Amritsar and subsequent mass killing of Sikhs in Delhi, including many images of the massacres and drawing comparisons to the persecution of Jews in 1930s Germany.
Mahaboob Ben Ali and His Chili Bowl: A Story of Family and Identity in the U Street Corridor
Honors thesis submission by Sonali Mirpuri entitled "Mahaboob Ben Ali and His Chili Bowl: A Story of Family and Identity in the U Street Corridor", submitted to the Georgetown University History Department on May 4, 2020. The thesis describes the history of Ben Ali—an Indo-Trinidadian immigrant to the U.S. who descended from indentured laborers—and his landmark Washington, D.C.
India Forum (March 1970)
March 1970 issue of India Forum, a journal discussing affairs in India. Contributors included C.M. Naim, Rajni Kothari, Partha Chatterjee, and more.
Young Democracy (Vol. 1, No. 3)
Third issue of Young Democracy, dated May 3, 1919. Includes articles entitled "The Case for India" by Surendra Karr, "Straw Votes on Revolution" by Robert W. Dunn, "The Triumph of Humanity" by William Henry Chamberlin, "Putting It Up to Youth" by Harry H. Moore, and "Conscientious Objectors in Europe" by Henry J. Cadbury.
Excerpt from Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis
Excerpt from Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis, a 1983 biography of Indian statistician Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis written by A. Mahalanobis, which mentions Raj Chandra Bose as an outstanding mathematician.
"Baba is 100!" (1985)
A novelty newspaper titled The Indian Gazette printed to celebrate the 100th birthday of Watumull Brothers, Ltd. founder Jhamandas Watumull. Dated February 15, 1985, the "gazette" includes a short article with quote from the director of the Honolulu Academy of Arts, one of the beneficiaries of the Watumull foundation, a biography of Jhamandas Watumull, as well as a detailed family tree.