- The Adab – ‘Respect’ Programme: A Perspective on Muslim-Sikh Relations in the United Kingdom and Causes of Tensions and Mistrust between the two Communities Prof. Gurharpal Singh, University of Birmingham
- “The daughter’s case” Interview with Dr Navtej Purewal (The Sunday Tribune. May 17, 2016)
- History revisited: Sikh-Muslim Interconnections
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A forthcoming article in special issue of Women’s Studies International Forum journal
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