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The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 34 No. 45 August 12, 1985

The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 34 No. 45 August 12, 1985 issue contains:-

“United” Akali Dal’s Tirade Against Accord Will Generate Bad Blood: Opposition To Its Clauses Totally Puerile

Akalis Must Set Up Committees To Present Punjab’s Case Before Three Commission: Facts And Figures Weigh Heavily In State’s Favour

Time Not Opportune For Elections In Punjab: Precarious Peace Is Most Likely To Be Disturbed

THE SPOEKESMAN WEEKLY 30 YEARS AGO: l0th August 1955, Sikhs And The Congress (Sardar Gian Singh Rarewala’s article)

Carry Colleagues Along

Naturalism and Gurbani by Dr. Wazir Singh

Punjab’s Contribution In The Freedom Struggle by Dr. Kirpal Singh, Punjabi University, Patiala

Dr. Diwan Singh ‘Kalapani’ by N. Iqbal Singh

Thanksgiving by Prof Gopal Singh Puri, Liverpool (U.K)

Misinformation in certain quarters about government’s decision of Jan ’70
A bipartisan government will be the best bet for peace in Punjab
Punjab back on the road to prosperity
Actual culprits always go unpunisbed
Grant them a pardon

An excellent precedent by A.G. Noorani, Bombay
Abuse of privileges by G.S. Chadha, Advocate, New Delhi.

Bombay Singh Sabha Endorses Accord

Adequate Relief to Flood Victims Stressed

Charanjit Singh Receives Award in Rafi’s Memory

Guru Nanak Religious and Endowment Trust

US Sikh Cultural Society Oppose Accord

Indian Immigrants In America: The Asian Indian experience in the United States by Dr Parmatma Saran; reviewed by Suminder Kaur

Penguin Books Turn Fifty

Sleeping Blissfully The Natural Way

Wild Charges Against Two Civil Rights Bodies: Topsy-Turvy View Of Their Role

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