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The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 32 No. 39 May 30, 1983

The Vol. 32 No. 39 May 30, 1983, issue of The Spokesman Weekly contains:

Mystery Of “Formulas” About Punjab Tangle Deepens: Akali Morcha Has A Solid Mass Base

Facts Expose Mrs. Gandhi’s False Allegations: Akalis Have Been Consistent In Their Stand

Centre’s Delaying Tactics Deplored: Atma Singh Denies Prime Minister’s Charges

THE SPOKESMAN 30 YEARS AGO
27th May, 1953: A Well Deserved Slap in Nationalist Sikhs’ Face
(An Editorial)

EDITORIAL
Campus Tragedies

NOTES AND COMMENTS
Another Delay
Definitely Undignified

AKAL USTAT: Style and thought pattern by: Prof. Surjit Singh Gandhi

The Divine Master

National Book Policy Needed by: Dr. Amrik Singh

BHARAT SCOUTS AND GUIDES: Principal Lakshman Singh Elected National Commissioner: First Punjabi to get highest honour

The former Ace Hockey Olympian PRITHIPAL SINGH: An intellectual Among Sportsmen

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
“Importance of intellect in Sikh Dharam” by Joginder Singh, M.A.
New Delhi
Not A Nationalist Government by Lt. Col. Gulcharan Singh
Jalandhar (Retd.)
Sikhism is not a part of Hinduism by Indarjit Singh, New Delhi

PUNJAB NEWSLETTER
Punjab Deadlock by: Sardar Bharpur Singh, Chandigarh

Golden Jubilee of Mira Movement Celebrated

Social, Literary and Cultural Activities in Capital: Promotion Of Punjabi Culture by: Sardar Piara Singh, M.A.

Dr Bhagat Singh Dies In Toronto

VIEWPOINTS
Sikhism has a specific religious code as synthesised by Sikh Gurus by Brig. Irwin Kullar (Retd.), New Delhi

Sikhs Demands Genuine and Just: They are within the framework of the Constitution and law of the country by: Sant Harchand Singh Longowal

















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