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The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 34 No. 46 August 19, 1985

The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 34 No. 46 August 19, 1985, issue contains:-

Akalis Must Give Lead In Building Cases On Waters And Punjabi-Speaking Areas: Leaving These Issues To Official Committees Height Of Folly

Police Must Avoid Patrolling Golden Temple’s Inner Road: SGPC Should Not Allow Firearms Into Complex

Roadblocks In Way Of Panels For “Missing Youth: Police Planting Arms and Cases On Surrendering Sikhs

SGPC Files Rs 1,000 Crore Damages Suit

THE SPOKESMAN WEEKLY 30 YEARS AGO: Independence Number, 1955: SECULARISM AND THE SIKHS (Sardar Kapur Singh’s article)


The Panth of Guru Nanak by Dr. J .S. Grewal

Moral Decay and Gross Incompetence by Dr. Swaminathan S. Aiyar

Panels to present Punjab case

Snail’s Speed of anti-Sikh riots inquiry: Wrong terms of reference to dilute evidence by Smitu Kothari and Rajni Bakshi

Prospects of elections in Punjab by Sardar Bharpur Singh, Chandigarh

Panels for missing youth set up in Punjab

The Punjab Accord by Lt. Col. Manohar Singh (Retd.), New Delhi
Demolition of Historic Gurdwaras by Ashok Singh Bhai, Chandigarh

The momentous accord by Jaswant Kaur Chopra, Bombay

Lest we forget Legendary Heroes of the Indian Air Force by Wg. Cdr. R. Shankar

Relation Between Body and Life by Dr. Khushdeva Singh, Patiala

Bureaucracy Cannot Be depended upon to give fair deal to Sikh youth: Speedy Rehabilitation Will Help Restore Normalcy

The Spokesman Weekly Index

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