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The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 29 No. 48 July 28, 1980

The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 29 No. 48 July 28, 1980 issue contains:

Akali Demand For Autonomy Being Misconstrued

Government Dilly-Dallying On Minorities Commission’s Recommendations

Government Grilled Over Crime Situation

Mystery About A Sikh’s Disappearance In Kanpur

EDITORIAL: Dangerous Trends
Blatant Discrimination

An Episode Of Sikh History by Lt. Col. Gulcharan Singh (Retd.)

SUKHMANI: The Song Of Eternal Peace by Sadhu T.L. Vaswani

The Grandeur And Strength Of Sikh Religion by Lt. Col. J.S, Gularia (Retd.)

How To Of Curb Embezzlement Welfare Funds by N.S. Saksena

Delay In Dispensation Of Justice Must End: Jurists


Indian Workers In Iraq by Miss Manjeet Kaur, Delhi

Pension Rules by Col. Harbans Singh (Retd.), Naya Nangal

Funds Collection For Poor And Weaker Section

Punjab Chemi-Plants Bags Iraqi Contract by Prof. G.S. Randhir

Sugar-Alcohol-Paper Complexes Beneficial: Sikh Scientist’s Vital Contribution

Iranian Ambassador Visits PAU

Voluntary Repatriation Of Asian Immigrants Suggested

Remittances From Punjab Rural Abroad Raise Standard

Akali Patrika Editor Dead

Sardar J.S. Grewal passes away

Stir To Continue Against C.B.I.

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