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Welfare January 1927


The other members of the Commission were satisfied with being shown the class roonls the science theatre the library the laboratory etc. [...] During the visit of Sir Gooroo Das to Allahabad the Bengali residents of the place met to do him honour at a garden party at the residence of Pramada Charan Banerji and invited the elite of the town to meet him. [...] by Scierfce is this that the use of opium of the Government of India in coesultation in large quantities diminishes the resisting with the different provincial rovernlnents power in the blood and therefore makes the the disappointment which strikes his on opium consumer more liable to catch lie first reading increases. [...] the Bombay Government and they have taken the necessary action by licensing the sale of beta glis and limiting the opine] contents of the pills to 1140th A a grain. [...] I recalled the generous burgundies the delicate clarets the stimulating champagnes the warm and ancient brandies which perished in the insensate outrage and I inflamed the honest resentment of the youth to most of whom these beverages were extremely ire by my reproaches upon 4eir cruel and uneconomic dissipation." The speech had the desired effect and the Oxford Magazine iTrote "It is long in
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Reminiscences of Sir Gooroo Das Banerji
1-4 Ramananda Chatterjee view
The Future of Poultry Keeping in India
5-6 A.K. Fawkes view
Eating as a Great Problem
7-8 Amal Siddhanta view
The new Opium Policy
9-13 C.F. Anderews view
From the Village School to the Woolsack
13-16 Diwan Sharma view
A few Points about Physical Culture
16-18 K.P. Menon view
A few Thought on the Present System of Uiversity Education
18-24 A.C. Banerji view
Doctor Venkataramiah an Indiay Scientist
25-28 M. Annapurniah view
Scouting in Education
28-30 J.P. Trivedi view
A New and Cheap Antiseptic
30-31 A.P. Som view
Evolution of Society Through Natural Selection and its Relation with Herd-Instinct
31-34 Niharranjan Gupta view
Education and Heredity
34-40 P.K. Anantanarayan view
Parents and Children the Family as an Education Instituation
40-44 S.G. Warty view
The Future of Our Agriculture Industtry
45-56 B. Rau view
Do you Laugh at Your Children ?
57-57 Lenora Bailey view
The Unemployment Problem
58-60 Madan Burman view
Do you Know ?
60-64 unknown view
An American Woman’s Loss of Citizenship
64-66 Mary Das view
Greater India News
66-70 unknown view
Our Point of View
70-72 unknown view
i-ii unknown view

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