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First person: My Naga grandfather’s WWI experiences changed our family forever
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Artists look back at Sri Lanka's violent past to make sense of the present
Ahmedabad-born curator of the 'Shadow Scenes' exhibition sees reflection of Gujarat riots in Sri Lanka's Black July anti-Tamil pogrom of 1983.
· Aug 27, 2015 · 10:30 am
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