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The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 30 No. 18 December 29, 1980

The Vol. 30 No. 18 December 29, 1980, issue of The Spokesman Weekly contains:

Agitations Galore Everywhere In Country: Opposition Parties Using Them For Selfish Ends

New Example Of Discrimination Against Sikhs: Radio And TV Ignored Guru Tegh Bahadur’s Martyrdom Day Celebrations

On The Eve Of Annual Art Festival: Lalit Kala Akademi by Sardar Jaiteg Singh ‘Anant’

Factional Designs
Wrong Approach

A View Of Our Times by Lt. Col. J.S. Guleria (Retd.)

The Nirmalas by Prof. Surjit Singh Gandhi

Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s System of Honours and Awards by Lt. Col. Gulcharan Singh (Retd.)

The Young Martyrs by Dr. Ganda Singh, Patiala

Romance Of Early Morning by: Bhagat Paran Singh

Role Of Women And Faith by: Professor Gopal Singh Puri, Liverpool, U.K.
Interesting Light On Ancient Punjab by Dr. V.C. Pandey

Political Reconciliation Possible In Punjab by Sardar Bharpur Singh

Unemployment Among Sikhs by Amarjit Singh Ahluwalia, WZ-1E, Ravi Nagar, New Delhi.

Simplicity And Service Purity And Prayer Was His Motto; SADHU VASWANI, edited by Aunt Pal, reviewed by Santokh Singh Bains

Punjab’s Paltry Share In Public Sector

Akali Dal to move no-trust motion against Punjab Ministry

Dr. Neki proceeding on leave

The Spokesman Weekly Index