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The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 35 No. 36 May 6, 1986

The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 35 No. 36 May 5, 1986, issue contains:

DECLARATION OF ‘KHALISTAN’ REMAINS A DAMP SQUIB: ‘Absurd, Senseless And Sacrilegious’, Says Barnala

Punjab Congress Must Clarify Stand On Villages To Be Given To Haryana

Disenchantment With Rajiv Gandhi Growing: Remedial Measures To Refurbish Congress(l) Image Needed

Guru Nanak Institute for comparative study of religion

THE SPOKESMAN WEEKLY THIRTY YEARS AGO
7th May, 1956 AKALI CAMP AT BABA BAKALA (An editorial)

EDITORIAL
Spent Force

What Is a Sikh by: Sardar Raghbir Singh ‘Bir’

Guru Angad Dev

Deliberate Distortions of Sikh History – V: (A Rejoinder to the Book of Mr Kshitish “Storm in Punjab” by Sardar G.S. Chadha)

Menace of Corruption in Universities by Amrik Singh

Mishra Panel's in-Camera Hoax by Nandita Haskar; Courtesy ‘Sunday Mail’

Sub-division status for Abohar

Projects in memory of M.Ranjit Singh Statue to be installed in Delhi

Congress Leaders Fanning Communalism

Dr Johl takes over as Vice-Chancellor of PAU

Akali Dal meeting on May 9

India Book House Education Trust to donate books

Musical Evening – Piara Singh, M.A.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Punjab Accord: Can it be Revived? by Prabhjot Singh Chopra

Tug of war/words by G.S. Chadha, New Delhi

Compensation to Haryana Irrelevant by Lt Col. Gulcharan Singh,
Jullundhar (Retd)

Panel to Review Gurdwara Act

Mothers have no say in children’s career

Kirtan Samagam at the Sadan

THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE
Gross violations of human rights in Afghanistan

Fitting Rebuttal Of Bhajan Lal’s Propaganda Barrage: National And International Norms Must Be Followed For Chandigarh
















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