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The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 31 No. 48 August 16, 1982

The Vol. 31 No. 48 August 16, 1982, issue of The Spokesman Weekly contains:

Bihar Government’s Independence Day Gift To Journalists: Press Bill Blacker And More Monstrous Than At First Thought

False Propaganda Of Fair Treatment To Sikhs: Discriminations Galore Against This Virile Minority

Council of Sikh Affairs Assails Union Government for Wrong and Hasty Decision on Ravi-Beas Waters Issue

EDITORIAL
Plus And Minus

NOTES AND COMMENTS
Jaundiced View
Reckless Confrontation

Equality And Fraternity In Guru Granth Sahib by: Sardar K.S. Duggal

Sikhs And The 1857 Revolt by Lt. Col. Gulcharan Singh (Retd.)

Sardar Sant Singh Honoured

Cultural and Social Activities in Capital: Amrit Vani Releases Punjabi Folk Bongs Cassettes by: Sardar Piara Singh, M.A.
Sikh Theatre
A Commendable Effort

BOOK REVIEW
Inside View of Mughal Empire: THE PEACOCK THRONE by Waldemar Hansen; reviewed by Gurmit Singh Advocate
Origin of Punjabi Novel: PUNJABI NOVEL; VIDHI TE VICHAR by Dr. Swinder Singh Uppal; reviewed by Ardaman Singh. M.A., LL.B.
Scholarly Study on Law: THE CRISIS OF THE INDIAN LEGAL SYSTEM by Upendra Baxi; reviewed by R.L. Bhagat, Advocate

INTERNATIONAL SCENE
Stability Of Iraq Threatened By Iranian Victories by Our Special Correspondent

New RBI Governor Dr. Manmohan Singh

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Sikh Leaders and Gravity of Present Situation by Ashok Singh Bhai, Chandigarh














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