Sandip Roy
Sandip Roy is the Culture Editor for He is on leave as editor with New America Media and host of its radio show New America Now on KALW 91.7 FM in San Francisco. He is also a commentator for Morning Edition on NPR. He is a contributor to various anthologies including Mobile Cultures, A Part Yet Apart - South Asians in Asian America, Storywallah!, Q&A, Contours of the Heart etc. An India-born immigrant, he now lives in San Francisco and writes regularly for mainstream and ethnic media outlets in the U.S. and in India. He is a co-host of the call-in show Your Call and has appeared occasionally on This Week in Northern California on KQED public television. You can read this and other blog postings by him at

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A Sorry Apology: David Cameron at Jallianwala Bagh

(1) Comments | Posted 20 February 2013 | (19:34)

David Cameron thinks that the massacre that happened at Jallianwala Bagh in India was a "deeply shameful event in British history."

In my condolence book, that's as close to a ringing apology as you can expect from a sitting British Prime Minister for the massacre of 1919.

Certainly Cameron sounds...

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