Pages Stained with Blood
Just pages from a diary. Simple, sudden, fogettable? No. They record a tale of human frailties, of mindless violence. A personalized history of the 1984 riots in Delhi and the events preceding it, this book is an account of the riot-torn, savage days following the assassination of Indira Gandhi.
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