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Saturday, October 5, 2013

Hyderabad State's 1948 Police Action In Literary Narratives

  • From Nizam To Nation: The Representation of Partition in Literary Narratives About Hyderabad, Deccan, by Nazia Akhtar (Graduate Program in Comparative Literature A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy), The School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. 2013. 

    From the above source:
  • Basu, Tapan, et al. Khaki Shorts and Saffron Flags: A Critique of the Hindu Right. Hyderabad: Orient Longman, 1993.
  • Bhalla, Alok, Ed. Stories About the Partition of India. 3 vols. New Delhi: Indus, 1994.
  • Bristol Evening Post. “‘Disband Fanatics’ Call – India Sends Last Demand.” 7 Sep. 1948.
    Indo-Hyderabad Relations 108.
  • British Information Services. “Extract from Daily Press Summary, British Information
    Services dated 13th May, 1948.” Indo-Hyderabad Relations n.p.
    . “Extract from Opdom No.43 for period May 27th to June 2nd, 1948.” Indo-Hyderabad Relations 236. “Daily Press Summary – June 3-14, 1948. (Weekly).” Indo-Hyderabad Relations 310.
    . “Daily Press Summary, June 10, 1948.” Indo-Hyderabad Relations 309.
    . “Daily Press Summary – [date illegible] June 1948.” Indo-Hyderabad Relations 308.
  • Brockway, Fenner. “Hyderabad – How Can Britain Help.” 18 Sep. 1948. Indo-
    Hyderabad Relations 1-2.
  • Chaudhary, Chandragupta. “Marathwada in Anti-Nizam Struggle.” Glorious TelenganaArmed Struggle. By Raj Bahadur Gour et al. New Delhi: Communist Party of
    India, 1973. 126-35. 
  • Copland, Ian. “‘Communalism’ in Princely India: The Case of Hyderabad, 1939-40.”
    India’s Partition: Process, Strategy and Mobilization. Ed. Mushirul Hasan. New
    Delhi: Oxford UP, 1994. 361-95
  • Daily Express. “Abandoned.” Undated. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 7
  • Daily Telegraph. “A Grave Step.” 14 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 133.
    . Title not visible. 18 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 3.
  • Daily Worker. “The Threat in Hyderabad.” 20 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 21.
    . “Indian Communists Call on Hyderabad: ‘Arm Peasants Against Nizam.’” 18
    Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 16.
  • Dalrymple, William. “In Conversation.” The Untold Charminar: Writings of Hyderabad.
    Ed. Syeda Imam. New Delhi: Penguin, 2008. 47-64.
    . City of Djinns: A Year in Delhi. New York: Penguin, 2003.
  • Eagleton, Clyde. “The Case of Hyderabad Before the Security Council.” Hyderabad:After the Fall. Ed. Omar Khalidi. Wichita, Kansas: Hyderabad Historical Society,
    1988. 64-89.
  • Economist. “Exhausted Patience, 1948.” 18 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 13.
  • Edinburgh Evening News. “Indian Army Make Four-Pronged Attack on Hyderabad:
    Advances Claimed After Dawn Invasion.” 13 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 47?
  • Evening Argus. “Indians Halfway to Secunderabad.” 14 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 53.
  • Evening Standard. “War with Us.” 13 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 150.
  • Evening Times. “New Train Attack in Hyderabad.” 20 May 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 322.
  • Express and Star. “Hyderabad.” 13 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 65.
  • Gour, Raj Bahadur. “Hyderabad People’s Revolt Against Nizam’s Autocracy: A Diary of
    the Struggle.” Glorious Telengana Armed Struggle. By Raj Bahadur Gour et al.
    New Delhi: Communist Party of India, 1973. 1-125.
    . “Makhdoom: A Multi-Dimensional Personality.” Random Writings.
    Hyderabad: Makhdoom Society and Prachee Publications, 2002. 1-11.
    . “Makhdoom: His Struggle for Victory of Love and Labour.” Random Writings.
    Hyderabad: Makhdoom Society and Prachee Publications, 2002. 167-95.
  • Government of India. White Paper on Hyderabad. 1948.
    . “State wise 300 Districts of India with Top Muslim Population in Urban Areas.”
    Census of India Report 2001. Web. 4 Oct. 2012.
  • Hyder, Gulam. “Anti-Nizam Struggle: Participation of Muslims.” Glorious TelenganaArmed Struggle. By Raj Bahadur Gour et al. New Delhi: Communist Party of
    India, 1973. 136-153.
  • Hyderabad State Congress (Department of Publicity, Propaganda and Information).
    Lawyers Admonish the Nizam. Madras: Renaissance Printers Ltd, undated.
  • Indo-Hyderabad Relations: Press Cuttings April 1948-1948 Sept. India Office Records
    (IOR L/P&S/13/1241). National Archives of India, New Delhi. Microfilm.
  • Kannabiran, Vasantha and K. Lalitha. “That Magic Time: Women in the Telangana
    People’s Struggle.” Recasting Women: Essays in Colonial History. Eds. Kumkum
    Sangari and Sudesh Vaid. New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1989. 180-203.
  • Khalidi, Omar. “The 1948 Military Operations and Its Aftermath: A Bibliographic
    Essay.” Hyderabad: After the Fall. Ed. Omar Khalidi. Wichita, Kansas:
    Hyderabad Historical Society, 1988. 199-219.
    . “From Torrents to Trickle: Indian Muslim Migration to Pakistan, 1947-97.”
    Bulletin of the Henry Martyn Institute of Islamic Studies 16.1-2 (Jan-June 1997):
    32-45.
    , Ed. Hyderabad: After the Fall. Wichita, Kansas: Hyderabad Historical Society,
    1988.
  • Khalidi, Usama. “From Osmania to Birla Mandir: An Uneasy Journey.” Hyderabad:After the Fall. Ed. Omar Khalidi. Wichita: Hyderabad Historical Society, 1988. 188-98.
  • Leonard, Karen Isaksen. Locating Home: India’s Hyderabadis Abroad. Stanford:
    Stanford UP, 2007.
    . “Hyderabadis in Pakistan: Changing Nations.” Bates 224-244.
    . “Construction of Identity in Diaspora: Emigrants from Hyderabad, India.” The
    Expanding Landscape: South Asians and the Diaspora. Ed. Carla Petievich. New
    Delhi: Manohar, 1999. 41-69.
  • Liverpool Daily Post. Title not visible. 14 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 47?
  • Manchester Guardian. “Hyderabad.” 14 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations n.p.
    . “A Laughing Stock.” 18 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 20.
    . “Hyderabad Surrenders.” 18 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 19.
    340
    . “British Attitude to Hyderabad – Indian Resentment.” 18 Sep. 1948. Indo-
    Hyderabad Relations 15.
  • Morning Advertiser. “Aggression.” 15 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 61.
  • Munshi, K.M. The End of an Era: Hyderabad Memories. Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1957.
  • New Statesman and Nation. “Intervention in Hyderabad.” 17 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 32.
  • Nizam’s Government. Hyderabad’s Relations with the Dominion of India. Hyderabad:
    Government Press, 1948.
  • Paranjpe, Makarand, Ed. Sarojini Naidu: Selected Letters, 1890s to 1940s. New Delhi:
    Kali for Women, 1996.
  • Rao, Devulapalli Venkateswara. Telangana Struggle and the Path of Indian Revolution.
    Hyderabad: The Proletarian Line Publications, 1974.
    . Refutation of Wrong Trends Advocating Withdrawal of Telangana Armed Struggle. Hyderabad: The Proletarian Line Publications, 1982.
  • Reddy, Ravi Narayan. Heroic Telengana: Reminiscences and Experiences. New Delhi:
    Communist Party of India, 1973.
    Reid, Alec. “Hyderabad Today.” 1949. Inventing Boundaries: Gender, Politics and thePartition of India. Ed. Mushirul Hasan. New Delhi: Oxford UP, 2002. 259-66.
  • Reuters. “Indian Troops Will March to Hyderabad – Pandit Nehru” 10 Sep. 1948. Indo-
    Hyderabad Relations 97.
    . “Indian Troops Will March to Hyderabad – Pandit Nehru” 11 Sep. 1948. Indo-
    Hyderabad Relations 100.
    . “ADD – India Invades Hyderabad.” 13 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations
    116.
    . “India Invades Hyderabad.” 13 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 120.
    . “Reaction to Hyderabad Invasion.” 14 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 79-
    81.
    . “Karachi Press Comment on Hyderabad.” 19 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 39.
    . “‘Nation Indicted’ –Bevin Guilty.” 16 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 86.
    . “Britain Would Have Done the Same.” 17 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 33.
    . “Nehru Broadcasts on End of Hostilities.” 19 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 45?
    . “National Thanksgiving Day for India.” 20 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 24.
    . “Indian Governor-General Sends Congratulations.” Undated. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 29.
    . “All Hyderabad State Troops Now Surrendered.” 19 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 26-8
  • Reuters (Indian and Pakistani Service). “Indians Demonstrate Against B.B.C Broadcast.”
    Sheet 5. 19 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 38.
  • Rota, Sandra Lila Maya. “The Limits of Postcolonial Autobiography and the
    Empowering Capacity of Life-writing for the Postcolonial Subject.” Lingua e 1
    (2009): 47-63. Web. 12 May 2011.
  • Sajida, Zeenath. Interview by Yugantar. Archiving Hyderabad: Documenting the living
    memory of its citizens. Hyderabad: 2, 2007-2008. DVD.
  • Siasat. “Tragedy of Hyderabad Resurfaces After 50 Years.” 16 Sep. 2011. Web. 5 June
    2012.
  • Smith, Wilfred Cantwell. “Hyderabad: Muslim Tragedy.” Hyderabad: After the Fall. Ed. Omar Khalidi. Wichita: Hyderabad Historical Society, 1988. 1-25.
  • Spectator. “India’s Aggression.” 17 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 35.
  • Star. “‘Razakars’ Chief Tries Suicide.” 18 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 12.
  • Exclusive Sundar Lal report on Hyderabad police action deccanchronicle.com
  • Sundarlal, Pandit and Qazi Muhammad Abdulghaffar. “A Report on the Post-Operation
    Polo Massacres, Rape and Destruction or Seizure of Property in Hyderabad
    State.” Intro. by Omar Khalidi. Hyderabad: After the Fall. Ed. Omar Khalidi.
    Wichita, Kansas: Hyderabad Historical Society, 1988. 95-115.
    Sussex Daily News. “Hyderabad Claims Invaders Halted.” 14 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 51.
    . “Hyderabad.” 14 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 52.
  • Times. “Indian Demands to Hyderabad: Virtual Ultimatum.” 8 Sep. 1948. Indo-
    Hyderabad Relations 88.
    . “Armoured Columns Converge on Hyderabad.” 14 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 13.
    . “The Invasion of Hyderabad.” 15 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 4.
    . “Hyderabad Surrenders.” 18 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 6.
    . “Cease-Fire in Hyderabad – Nizam’s Order to Troops – Surrender Troops.” 18
    Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 5.
    . Untitled. 20 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 3.
  • Yorkshire Evening Press. Title illegible. 13 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad Relations 54.
  • Young, Desmond. “India and Hyderabad.” The Tribune. 10 Sep. 1948. Indo-Hyderabad
    Relations 109.
  • Zahir, Ali. “Dakhni Language.” Hyderabad Hazir Hai: Writings from the City of Nizams.
    Ed. Vanaja Banagiri. New Delhi: Rupa, 2008. 1-6.
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