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The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 34 No. 41 July 15, 1985

The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 34 No. 41 July 15, 1985 issue contains:-

Rajiv Gandhi Twisting Facts To Hide His Own Failures On Punjab: Akalis Are Always Willing For An Honourable Settlement

Allegations Of Corruption Levelled Against Bhajan Lal In 42-Page Memorandum: Commission Of Inquiry Demanded For Probe

Eminent Jurist, Mr. V.M. Tarkunde Says- ‘New Ordinances Not Going To Help Solve The Problem’

THE SPOKESMAN WEEKLY THIRTY YEARS AGO: July 13, 1955: THE PUNJAB TRAGEDY!

EDITORIAL
Biggest faux pas

Akali Dal demands general amnesty for army deserters

Concept of ‘five’ in Sikhism by Sardar Meharvan Singh, Singapore

WHY SIKHS FEEL ALIENATED? State Terrorism And Intemperate Postures by Madhu Kishwar

One Man Against A Mafia: Dr. RS. Sodhi

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Panthic unity by Gurdial Singh, Ludhiana
Why single out the Sikhs? by H. S. Hanspal, New Delhi
Ordeal of the telephone subscribers by M.R. Pai, Mumbai

Janata Party seeks more power for states

Lok Sabha Speaker Inaugurates Master Tara Singh Birth Centenary

13 States yet to reply Sarkaria’s questionnaire

G.S. Randhir Bereaved
HEALTH AND HYGIENE
Identifying genes to check ailments by Guriqbal Singh
Worldwide Action Against Glaucoma

Released Sikh Detenus Must Be Properly Rehabilitated And Compensated: Government And Sikh Organisations Have Vital Role To Play
















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