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ding the press and the public, such hopes MISRA COMMISSION REPORT vanished and initial apprehensions were aggravated. The in camera' regulation Salt on Raw Wounds shrouded the commission's proceedings in Harji CONDEMNATION from almost every quarter apart from government apologists

PUNJAB-Sant Longowal Some Recollections

claim to be recruited in the place of their fathers. Also it is .sought to be ensured that the unions should have no say in the matter That 10 per cent of the total permanent workers will be substitutes is the last demand. This demand makes clear that the mill owners are bent upon exploiting cheap labour. While the unions want only two categories of workers, namely, permanent workers and learners, and demand the abolition of all other types of labour, SIMA wants to keep a high percentage of workers on a temporary basis all the time.

A Punjab Report

A Punjab Report Harji Malik THE place: Punjabi University campus in Patiala. The date: the last week of July 1984. The time: about 10 pm. A group of Sikh students accompanied by the Dean of Student Welfare and two other faculty members, also Sikhs, walked over to see the Vice-Chancellor to discuss a minor problem. (It is customary for students to meet after dinner for such discussions and evening visits to the VC are normal procedure.) Having met the VC the group started back to the hostel A mobile Army patrol

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