Who gave the leadership in Balabhgarh Haryana in Revolt of 1857 AD?
One Bisarat Ali of Kharkhauda, who was a Risaldar in the British Army assumed responsibility of the revolt, alongside Sabar Khan, a neighborhood worker pioneer.
Where do I change violet line?
Interchanges are available with Red Line at Kashmere Gate, Yellow Line at Kashmere Gate and Central Secretariat, Blue Line at Mandi House, Pink Line at Lajpat Nagar, and Magenta Line at Kalkaji Mandir. Violet Line on Delhi Metro begins from Kashmere Gate and connects to Raja Nahar Singh, Ballabhgarh via Faridabad.
Where was Khushwant Singh born and where did he die?
Khushwant Singh was born in Hadali, Khushab District, Punjab (which now lies in Pakistan), in a Sikh family. He was the younger son of Sir Sobha Singh and Veeran Bai. Births and deaths were not recorded in his time, and for him his father simply made up 2 February 1915 for his school enrollment at Modern School, New Delhi.
When did Khushwant Singh write train to Pakistan?
His experience in the 1947 Partition of India inspired him to write Train to Pakistan in 1956 (made into film in 1998), which became his most well-known novel. Born in Punjab, Khushwant Singh was educated in New Delhi, and studied law at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, and King’s College London.
Why did Khushwant Singh want better relations with Israel?
Singh was a votary of greater diplomatic relations with Israel at a time when India did not want to displease Arab nations where thousands of Indians found employment. He visited Israel in the 1970s and was impressed by its progress. Khushwant Singh was married to Kanwal Malik. Malik was his childhood friend who had moved to London earlier.
When did Khushwant Singh become editor of Hindustan Times?
He founded and edited Yojana, an Indian government journal in 1951 -1953; The Illustrated Weekly of India, a newsweekly; The National Herald. He was also appointed as editor of Hindustan Times on Indira Gandhi’s personal recommendation.