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Sr. No. Title and Year of the Publication
1.        The Communist International (CI), vol. 3, No. 19, 1921, India in a Transition
          Stage by Manabendranath Roy.
2.        The International Press Correspondence, Vol. 1, No. 5, November, 5, 1921,
          M.N. Roy.
3.        The International Press Correspondence, Vol. 1, No. 10, November, 1921, G.
          Sajarov.
3.A.      IML, ZPA Berlin, The Revolutionary Movement of the East and the
          Comintern, Salarow (Moscow), No. 14, 25th October, 1921.
3.B.      The Revolutionary Movement of the Orient and the Communist International
          etc…etc…etc…, Inprecorr, No. 14. 18, 24, 30, 32, 47, 66, 135, 164, 193, 199.
4.        International Press Correspondence, Vol. 1, No. 18, December 20, 1921,
          Revolutionary India by Sadananda Karsan.
4.A.      To the Mandate Commission of the Comintern III Congress, CI, V.
          Chattopadhayay, 4 Lophinsky Perelok.
5.        International Press Correspondence, Vol. 1, No. 1, December 20, 1921,
          Revolutionary India by Sadananda Karsan.
5.A.      IML, ZPA, Berlin, Das Revolutionary India (Revolutionary India) - Sadananda
          Karsan, International Press Correspondence, No. 39, December 22, 1921.
6.        Labour Monthly, Vol. I, No. 2, August, 1921, The Red Trade Union
          International.
7.        Labour Monthly, Vol. I, No. 4, October, 1921, England and Rural India by
          ICS.
8.        Labour Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 5, November 1921, India in the Labour World by
          Shapurji Saklatwala.
9.        Labour Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 5, November 1921, Notes of the Month.
10.       London Times, Report of Radek in Communist International etc.
11.       Home Poll. F. 91, Recovery of Russian Rouble Notes (Card by P.C. Joshi)
12.        Home Poll. F. No. 31, Serial Nos. 1-2, Statement of Rouble Notes Deposited,
          Withdrawn and Confiscated during February 1921, (Card by P.C. Joshi).
13.       Home Poll. B, February 1921, Progs. No. 132, L.D. Progs Regarding Rouble
          Act XXX of 1920 Sir W. Vincents Speech on the Bill.
14.       Home Poll. F. 99 & KW, Serial Nos. 1-4, 1921, Continuance of the Rouble
          Notes Act, 1920 for the period of one year from September 2, 1921.
15.       Home Poll. (PB), January 1921, Nos. 306-307, Question Whether it is Safe for
          Saklatwala a Bolshevik Agent to Return to India or Remain in England.
16.       Home Poll. F. 9, Part B, Information Regarding the Activities in America of
          the Society of Friends of Freedom for India (Card by P.C. Joshi).
17.       Home Poll. F. 9, Part B, January 1921, Information Regarding the Activities in
          America of the Society of Friends of Freedom for India.
18.       Home Poll. F. 80/1921, Application from Chandrakant Chakravarty on Indian
          Revolutionary to Return to India. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
19.       Home Poll. K, F. 234/1921, Proposal for the Prevention of Importation of
          Seditious Literature from USA into India by LASCAR CREW.
20.       Home Poll. F. 77/1921, Reports from America regarding Dept. of unknown
        ship for Bombay Supposed to be carrying machine guns. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
21.     Home Poll. B, March 1921, Progs. Nos. 220 & 221 & KW, Receipt in India of
        Two Pamphlets of the Ghadar Party entitled Inqlabi Hind (Revolution in India)
        and Ghadar Party ki sal Gira (Anniversary of the Ghadar Party) and Question
        of their Interception.
22.     Home Poll. Dep. June 1921, F. 11, Decision not to take action for the time
        being under the Sea Customs Act Prohibiting into India of Islamic News.
        (Card by P.C. Joshi).
23.     Home Poll. F. 90/1921, Attitude of NWF authorities regarding Hindustani
        Fanatics. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
24.     Home Poll. F. 83/1921, Proposed Prosecution of Charan Das and Gayadin,
        who returned to China after being deported – procedure for dealing with
        undesirable British subjects in China. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
25.     Home Poll. F. 292/1921, Proposed Conference to be held at Brussels on 9
        October 1921 with the object of Forming a new International of Press Union.
        (Card by P.C. Joshi).
26.     Home Poll. F. 131/1921, Request of the Secretary of State to be Informed
        whenever a prominent Indian politician leaves India for the UK. (Card by P.C.
        Joshi).
27.     Home Poll. F. 136/1921, Prohibition of Entry into India of the Islamic News
        Muslim Standard into India under the Sea Customs Act. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
28.     Home Poll. F. 159/1921, Statement of Newspapers etc Prohibited from entry
        into India under the Sections 19 of the Sea Customs And Act and Order to be
        Intercepted under Section 25 and 26 of the Indian Post Offices Act. (Card by
        P.C. Joshi).
29.     Home Poll. F. 175/1921, Decision that the Expenditure regarding incurred on
        account of the special staff employed by the Government of Bombay in
        connection with Bolshevik Propaganda should be met from Provincial
        revenues. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
30.     Home Poll. F. 187/1921, Decision that no facilities should be afforded to the
        two Kheiri Brothers to return to India and suggestion that no Guarantee to give
        them that they will not be prosecuted on their return. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
31.     Home Poll. F. 303/1921, On Mrs. Sarojini Naidu Red-Hot Communist Orator.
        (Card by P.C. Joshi).
31.A.   Communist Party of India, 1921, An Indian Patriot who lived in the USSR (S.
        Habib Vafa (Muhajir) Tashkent Military School of Internationalists, Red Army
        Commander, Biographical Renalissences), Soviet Land: No. 14, July 1970.
32.     Indian Press on Bolshevism, Intelligence Notes on:
            - Pratap Weekly
            - Pratap Daily
            - Prabha Monthly
            - Hind Kesari Weekly
            - Marayada Monthly
            - Abhyudaya Weekly
            - Medina, Bi-weekly
            - Hamdard
          - Bhavishya Daily
          - Pioneer
          - Leader, Indian Daily Telegraph
          - Independent
      (Card by P.C. Joshi).
33.   Bengal Newspapers
      Bajari, 31.12.1920, 15.4.1920, 15.4.1921, Our Defects.
34.   Indian Mirror, 18.1.1921, Indian Deputation to Russia.
35.   Bengali, 21, 1921, C.F. Andrews Indictment of Rule in Colonies and India.
36.   Englishman, 21.1.1921
          - Extremists Propaganda and Bolshevism
          - Indian Mirror, 18.1.1921, Russian Bolshevism and Indian Express;
          - Bengali, 6.2.1921, Non-Cooperation and Bolshevism.
37.   Bengali, 6.2.1921, Non-Cooperation and Bolshevism.
38.   Standard Bearer, 20.21921, Barindra Kumar Ghose on Swaraj.
39.   Liberty, 22.2.1921, B.C. Pal on America.
40.   Englishman, 2.3.1921, On Rising Workers and Peasants Movements and
      Politics.
41.   Samyavadi, 6.3.1921, Anarchy and Revolution.
42.   Viswamitra, 15.3.1921
      Samyavadi, 16.3.1921
      Mohammedi, 25.3.1921
      Zamana, 27.3.1921
      Bolshevik Victory in India.
43.   Viswamitra, 15.3.1921, Bolshevik Victory.
44.   Hitavadi, 8.4.1921, Bolshevism Menace and India.
45.   Samyavadi, 11.4.1921, A Lesson from England.
46.   Bijali, 15.4.1921, Swadeshi Swaraj.
47.   Mussalman, 15.4.1921, Progress of NCO in Bengal.
48.   Liberty, 20.4.1921, British-Soviet Trade Agreement.
49.   Liberty, 20.4.1921, Swaraj and Imercal Defence.
50.   Liberty, 6.5.1921, Russia-Afghan Amity and British in India.
51.   Hitavadi, 20.5.1921, The Bolshevism System of Infant Education.
52.   The Statesman, 26.7.1921, The Question of the Declaration of the Republic of
      India.
53.   Baijali, 19.8.1921, Famines in India and Russia.
54.   Banglar Katha, 7.10.1921, India’s Goal Banglar Katha, Meaning of Swaraj.
55.   Swatantra, 16.11.1921, Declaring a Republican India
      Bijali, 20.11.1921, Freedom as Understood.
56.   The Sevak, 1.12. 1921, The Situation – Kazi, C.R. Das, Bijoli;
      Banglar Katha, 2.12.1921, Kazi: On Gospel of Freedom
      Banglar Katha, 2.12.1921, C.R. Das: On Condition of Country;
      Bijoli, 2.12.1921, On Dependence and Independence.
57.   Hindustan, 23.12.1921, The Soil for Revolution (Lord Ronaldshay regarding
      hartal against Prince of Wale’s visit).
58.     Bijali, 23.12.1921, Bibali on Volunteers: Extracts from Bijoli (Lenin).
59.     Bijali, 31.12.1921, Hindu-Muslim Relation;
        Bijali, 31.12.1921, Out Defects;
        Bijali, 31.12.1921, Political and Social Pressure in India;
        Bijali, 31.12.1921, The Secret of Success.
59.A.   Vinayak Sitaram Sarwate, September, 1921, Hindi Sahitya Mandir, Agra.
60.     Home Poll. Dep. May 1921, No. 19, Note by DCIBON INC Session, Nagapur.
61.     Home Poll. F. 461/1921, Proceedings of Indian National Congress, Muslim
        League and other Conferences held at Ahmedabad, during December 1921 and
        Jan. 1922.
62.     From: AICC Office, National Congress, Ahmedbad, December 1921,
        Independence Resolution Text of the Resolution Speeches: Maulana Hasrat
        Mohani, Swami Kumaranand, Yakub Ali Khan, President Mahatma Gandhi,
        Hasrat Mohani
        Source: Report of the Thirty-Sixth Indian National Congress held at
        Ahmedabad on the 27 and 28th December 1921.
63.     Home Poll. F. 461/1921 & KW, Ahmedabad Congress and Turkey, 28
        December 1921.
64.     Young India, 1919-1922, Manifesto against joining of the Military Forces, the
        Following Manifesto appeared in Young India, 6.10.1921.
65.     Home Poll. F. 368/1921, (Not Transferred to NAI) July 21, Report by Egyptian
        Police of Liason between Gandhi and Zaghlul (Card by P.C. Joshi).
66.     Confidential Report: Memo on Newspaper and Periodicals Publish in UP
        during 1921.
66.A.   India Does not want Bolshevism Mahatmaji on Bombay Riots Oh Fov Shaukt
        Ali, The Independent Nov. 30, 1921.
67.     Home Poll. Deptt. B, May 1921, Nos. 398-414, Papers regarding the Malagaon
        Disturbances – Report of the District Magistrate Nasik to Bombay
        Government, Camp Malegaon, 27 April 1921.
68.     Home Poll. May 1921, Progs. No. 43, Dep. – The Rowlatt Act and Passive
        Resistance Movement.
69.     Home Poll. Dep. July 1921, NO. 3, Confidential and KW – Opinions of Local
        Governments Whether any Change is Necessary in the Policy of Government
        Towards the NCO Movement;
            - Orders Issued Government of India on the Subject
            - Effect of Movement of Municipal Schools (Extracts typed – Policy
                 Discussion Notes Important Policy decisions and Shifts).
70.     Home Poll. Dep. March 1921, Progs. No. 8, Summary of the Activities of B.G.
        Horniman, Editor, Bombay Chronicle, who was deported under DIR to
        England.
71.     Home Poll. F. 43/1921, Reports regarding NCO propaganda in the Coal Fields
        in Hibar and Orissa (Card by P.C. Joshi).
72.     Home Poll. F. 47/1921, Articles on the Catholic Herald, London by B.G.
        Horniman on Prince of Wales Visit and Revolt of Indian Troops (Prohibited
        entry under Sea Customs Act). (Card by P.C. Joshi).
73.     Home Poll. F. 55/1921, Instructions for the employment of Aircraft to Quell
      Civil Disturbances. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
74.   Home Poll. F. 137/1921, Proscription under Section 12(i) of the Indian Press
      Act, 1910 of Leaflet entitled “The Religious Fatwa of the Ulemas of all India”
      Prosecution of Abduli Rehman of Panipat for circulating leaflet not deemed
      advisable.
          - Answer Given in the Council of State to the Question a sked on the
              subject by the Hon’ble Saiyid Reza Ali.
          - Proceedings of the meetings held in Delhi by the all India Congress
              Committee and the Jamiat-ul-Ulema on 17 September 1921.
75.   Home Poll. F. 165/1921, Question and answer in Parliament regarding
      Political situation in India on 5 July 1921. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
76.   Confidential – A History of the Malabar Rebellion, 1921, R.H. Hitchceck, Vol.
      I & II.
77.   Home Poll. F. 170/1921, Boycott of foreign Goods and Picketing of Liquor
      Shops by Non-Cooperators, Noting by W.H. Vincent: 17.7.1921. (Card by P.C.
      Joshi).
78.   Home Poll. F. 172/1921, Question and Answer in Parliament regarding the
      Islamic Deputy. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
79.   Home Poll. F. 194/1921, Speeches delivered by Mohd Ali on Various
      Occasion since 15th July Noting much Speeches of the Usual type. (Card by
      P.C. Joshi).
80.   Home Poll. F. 180/1921, Report received from DIG of Police, Crime and Rys.
      B & O, of Conference of Ulemas held at Patna on 25th and 26th June 1921.
      (Card by P.C. Joshi).
81.   Home Poll. F. 201/1921, Question by K.B.L. Agnihotri on the Legislative
      Assembly on Political Prisoners. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
82.   Home Poll. F. 415/1921, Political Situation in Bengal, Development of the
      Non-Cooperation and Volunteer movements in Bengal. Extension of the
      Seditious Meetings Act, 1911 (X of to the Howrah District). (Card by P.C.
      Joshi).
83.   Home Poll. F. 303/1921, S. Nos. 1-48 (Secret)
          - The NCO and Volunteers Movement
          - Measures to be taken to Combat C.D., non-payment of taxes and
              revenues
          - Proposed prosecution of Gandhi and others NCOers who sign
              Manifesto during October 1921 enjoining that it is sinist for Indians to
              join the Army and Dissuading Government se to relinquish their apptts.
          - Resolution passed by AICC at Delhi and Bombay 1921
          - Attempts made to Tamper with Loyalty of the Army
          - Effects if NCO on Police Service
          - Hartals on the Occasion of Prince of Wales. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
84.   Home Poll. F. 322/1921, Tabulated Statement of Attempts to Tamper with
      Indian Troops.
85.   Home Poll. F. 379/1921, Extracts from a Report of a Meeting in Bankipur in
      which Abdul Rehman Mohd Khan, a Body Guard of the Viceroy took pa.
      (Card by P.C. Joshi).
86.     Home Poll. F. 459/1921, Government of India (Home) on the Political
        Situation in the Punjab.
87.     Home Poll. F. 459/1921, Prince of Wales Visit to Punjab (Intelligence Report
        regarding NWR Strike and Sikh Attitude).
88.     Home Poll. F. 459/1921, Multan Disturbances over Zakhmi Punjab.
89.     Home Poll. F. 459/1921, The Lawrence Statue (Agitation), Gandhi’s Speech –
        Agitation – Press Comments – Official Notings.
90.     Hindustan, 21.12.1920
        Swatantra, 22.12.1920, 24.12.1920
        Viswamitra, 24.12.1920
        Nayak, 24.12.1920
        Daur-e-Jadib, 24.12.1920, Non-cooperation.
91.     Danik Basumati, 23.12.1920
        Hitavadi, 24.12.1920
        Hindustan, 24.12.1920
        Nayak, 23.12.1920, 27.12.1920, 6.1.1920, 26.12.1920, 31.12.1920
        Amrit Bazar Patrika, 25.12.1920, 28.12.1920, 1.1.1921, 2.1.1921
        Bijali, 7.1.1921
        Swatantra, 8.1.1921
        Zamana, 8.1.1921, Nagapur Congress, Eve, Session and Comments.
91.A.   Dhunketu, (Bengali Pro-Communist Weekly) – The Bolshevik Friendship of
        Kama, Russian Volunteer to the Aid of Turkey, Lenin, Awakening of Muslim
        Women in Russia.
92.     Danik Basumati, 23.12.1920, 28.12.1920, 31.12.1920
        Hitavadi, 24.12.1920
        Hindustan, 24.12.1920, 30.12.1920
        Nayak, 28.12.1920, 30.12.1920, 3.1.1921, 23.12.1920, 27.12.1920
        Dainik Bharat Mitra, 31.12.1920
        Mohammedi, 31.12.1920
        Amrit Bazar Patrika, 28.12.1920
        Bengali, 30.12.1920, 1.1.1921
        Indian Daily News, 30.12.1920, 1.1.1921
        Amrita Bazar Patrika, 28.12.1920, 1.1.1921
        Indian Mirror, 31.12.1921
        Bijali, 7.1.1921
        Swatantra, 8.1.1921
        Nayak, 8.1.1921
        Mussalman, 22.4.1921, The Congress.
93.     Amrita Bazar Patrika, 25.12.1920, Constitutional Reforms and Political
        Propaganda, Nagpur Congress.
94.     Nayak, 30.12.1920
        Viswamitra, 31.12.1920
        Indian Daily News, 31.12.1920
        Amrit Bazar Patrika, 31.12.1920
        The National Liberal Federation
95.    Amrit Bazar Patrika, 2.1.1921, India under the Reform.
96.    Duke of Connaught’s Visit
       Samyavadi, 13.1.1921 – The Duke’s Speech;
       Indian Mirror, 13.2.1921
       Extremist Influence as Manifested at the Hartal on the Duke’s Visit
       Amrit Bazar Patrika, 18.2.1921, The Challenges of the Royal Message
       Liberty, 3.3.1921, India and England.
97.    Amrit Bazar Patrika, 19.1.1921, Swaraj within a Year by B.C. Pal.
98.    The Englishman, 21.7.1921, The Servant, 12.2.1921, Col. Wedgewood on
       India.
99.    The Englishman, 21.1.1921, Student Strike.
100.   Amrit Bazar Patrika, 29.1.1921, On Swaraj.
101.   Danik Basumati, 1.2.1921, 5.3.1921, 24.2.1921
       Hitavadi, 25.2.1921
       Dainik Bharat Mitra, 11.2.1921
       Mohammedi, 4.3.1921
       Bengali, 30.2.1921
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 11.2.1921, 18.2.1921
       Indian Mirror, 3.2.1921
       Bijali, 7.1.1921
       Swatantra, 10.2.1921
       Nayak, 10.2.1921
       Samyavadi, 11.2.1921, 10.2.1921
       Liberty, 24.2.1921
       Viswamitra, 11.2.1921
       Zamana, 12.2.1921
102.   Indian Daily News, 11.2.1921, Gandhi or Arabindo.
103.   Indian Daily News, 11.2.1921, Gandhi or Arabindo.
104.   The Servant, 12.2.1921, The Englishman, 21.1.1921, Colonel Wedgewood in
       the Nation on India.
105.   Standard Bearer, 20.2.1921, Swaraj by Barindra Kumar Ghosh.
106.   Liberty, 22.2.1921, The Road to Liberty by Bipin Chandra Pal.
107.   Bengali, 24.2.1921, Mohammadi, 25.2.1921, Difference between Moderates
       and the Extremists.
108.   Bengali, 24.2.1921, Mohammadi, 25.2.1921, Difference between Moderates
       and the Extremists.
109.   Amrita Bazar Patrika, 26.2.1921, Viceroy Visit to Calcutta.
110.   Amrita Bazar Patrika, 26.2.1921, 17.5.21, 4.6.1921
       Independent, 5.4.1921
       Liberty, 18.5.21
       The Englishman, 3.6.1921.
       Viceroy Visit to Calcutta.
111.   The Pioneer, 27.2.1921
       Danik Basumati, 4.3.1921
       Hitavadi, 11.3.1921
       Hindustan, 2.3.1921, 21.12.1921
       Nayak, 5.3.1921
       Bengali, 5.3.1921
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 10.3.1921
           - The real danger of NCO – Pioneer 27.2.1921
           - Swaraj – How far off – Hindustan 2.3.1921
           - NCO in Bengal – Dainik Basumati, 4.3.1921
           - The Dolls Speak out – Amrit Bazar Patrika, 10.3.1921
           - Non-Cooperation – Hindustan, 21.12.1920
112.   The Pioneer, 27.2.1921
       Liberty, 3.3.1921
       Englishman, 5.3.1921, 10.3.1921
       Indian Mirror, 10.3.1921
       Servant, 11.3.1921
       Bengali, 5.3.1921
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 10.3.1921
       Constitutional Reforms and Political Propaganda.
113.   Hindustan, 2.3.1921, Swaraj – How Far Off?
114.   Independent, 4.3.1921, Misuse of Sec. 144.
115.   Independent, 4.3.1921, On Section 144 and Terror.
116.   Dainik Basumati, 4.3.1921, The Present Political Outlook;
       Hitavadi, 4.3.1921, The Unrest in India;
       Paygam, 14.3.1921, The Creed of Non-Cooperation;
       Nayak, 5.3.1921, A Wily Policy; Nayak, 5.3.1921, A Plain Truth;
       Nayak, 5.3.1921, Mahatma Gandhi and his Disciles.
117.   Servant, 11.3.1921, Quovadis: Anglo-India (on Anglo-Indians Identifying
       Themselves with National Movement).
118.   Dainik Basumati, 12.3.1921, Col. Wedgewood and NCO.
119.   Bengali, 27.3.1921, 20.3.1921
       Nayak, 28.3.1921
       Indian Daily News, 29.3.1921
       The Indian Mirror, 29.3.1921
       B.C. Pal and Bengal Political Conference.
120.   Bengali, 27.3.1921, 30.3.1921
       Indian Daily News, 29.3.1921
       The Indian Mirror, 29.3.1921
       Barisal Provincial Conference – Bengal
121.   Paigam, 1.4.1921
       India’s Poverty (Paigam 1.4. 1921, Comments on Rushbrook William India of
       1919).
122.   Bengali, 1.4.1921, Lord Chelmsford.
123.   Bengali, 1.4.1921
       Nayak, 13.6.1921
       Independent, 5.4.1921
       Liberty, 5.4.1921
       Lord Chelmsford.
124.   Paigam, 1.4.1921
       India’s Poverty
125.   The Liberty, 13.4.18\921
       Jalianwala Bagh Second Anniversary.
126.   The Liberty, 13.4.18\921
       Jalianwala Bagh Second Anniversary.
127.   Mussalman, 15.4.1921, Non Cooperation in Bengal.
128.   Dainik Basumati, 18.4.1921, Indian Industrialists and English Banks
129.   Dainik Basumati, 18.4.1921, Indian Industrialists and English Banks
130.   Nayak, 6.5.1921
       Servant, 6.5.1921
       Bengali, 6.5.1921
       Dainik, 7.5.1921
       Bravo, Chittagong.
131.   Amrita Bazar Patrika, 14.5.1921, Non Cooperation Panchayat and Arrest of the
       Volunteer.
132.   Liberty, 18.5.1921
       Englishman, 19.5.1921
       Political Outlook
133.   Amrita Bazar Patrika, 4.6.1921, 17.5.1921, 1.6.1821
       Indian Daily News, 17.5.1921
       Gandhi Viceroy Interview.
134.   Bengali, 12.6.1921, To the Moderates by M.K. Gandhi (In Young India)
135.   Bengali, 12.6.1921, To the Moderates by M.K. Gandhi.
136.   Bengavasi, 18.6.1921, Birthday Honours.
137.   Calcutta Samachar, 24.6.1921
       Dainik Bharat Mitra, 24.6.1921
           - The Imperial Conference Pravasi
           - The Anglo-Japanese Treaty.
138.   Bengali, 24.6.1921, Indians in the British Empire;
       Amrita Bazar Partika, 1.7.1921, Mr. Shastri and Imperial Conference –
       Mischief by him.
139.   Amrita Bazar Partika, 2.7.1921, 3.7.1921, On Non-Cooperation;
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 3.8.1921;
       AICC and Autocracy, The Bengali, 4.8.1921, AICC.
140.   Amrita Bazar Partika, 2.8.1921
       Pravasi, Ashav 1328 B.E.
       Gandhi Reading interview,
       Hindustan, 26.12.1921
       Who is the Ruler of India.
141.   Statesman, 26.8.1921
       Mr. Gandhi and Civil Disobedience
       Basumati, 20.10.1921
       The Non-Cooperation
       An M.P.’s Estimate of Non-Cooperation
       Banglar Katha, 21.10.1921, The Efforts of the Age.
142.   The Independent, 27.8.1921, Calcutta and the Prince;
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 28.8.1921, Was the Town Hall Meeting a Public
       Meeting?;
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 18.11.1921
       The Statesman, 18.11.1921
       The ‘Hartal’
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 20.11.1921
       Suppression of Volunteers
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 22.11.1921
       For the Prince
       The Pravasi
       Repression and Hartal on Prince of Wales Arrival in Calcutta.
143.   Hitavadi, 23.12.1921
       Communique regarding Chivaranjan Das
       Hindustan, 25.6.1921
       Riots in India and in Europe and how they are dealt with
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 6.10.1921
       The Abuse of Section 144 Criminal Procedure Code.
144.   British Police
       Home Poll. F. 49/1921, The Non-Cooperation Movement: Representation from
       European Association, Calcutta Urging special Measures for the Protection of
       Lives and Property of Europeans in India (Card by P.C. Joshi).
145.   Home Poll. F. 459/1921, Report of a Discussion which took place in Viceregal
       Lodge (U.P. and Punjab Governors with GGS Executive Councellors).
146.   Home Poll. F. 49/1921, June, Measures to the adopted during a ‘Strike’ against
       payment of Land Revenue or Rent, Based on Political Motives.
147.   Confidential Memo on UP Newspapers 1921, Moplah Riots, UP Tenancy
       Legislation. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
148.   Home Department (Political), File NO. 459/1921 Sr. No. 1-11, Political
       Situation in the Punjab
           - The Akali Movement
           - Threat of Non-Cooperation in Lahore to Remove the Lawrence status
               located on the Mall
           - Arrest of Twelve leading Non-Cooperators for Disobedience of the
               Provisions by the Seditious Meetings Act, 1911, and the Sentence
               Passed on Them.
           - Discussion between the Governors of the United Provinces and the
               Punjab and the Government of India in Regard to the Situation in their
               Provinces (Card by P.C. Joshi).
149.   Danik Basumati, 9.2.1921
       Hitavadi, 17.2.1921
       Mohammedi, 21.1.1921
       Bengali, 28.1.1921
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 14.1.1921, 16.1.1921
       Viswamitra, 18.1.1921, 21.2.1921, 15.2.1921. 18.2.1921
       Servant, 29.1.1921
       Samyavadi, 3.3.1921
         Raibareilly Incidents.
150.     Danik Basumati, 9.2.1921
         Hitavadi, 11.2.1921
         Indian Mirror, 16.1.1921
         Bengali, 28.1.1921
         Amrita Bazar Patrika, 14.1.1921, 16.1.1921
         Viswamitra, 2.2.1921, 5.2.1921
         Servant, 29.1.1921
         Samyavadi, 31.3.1921
         Raibareilly Incidents.
151.     Paigam, 11.11.1921
         Zamindari Oppression in Oudh.
152.     Danik Basumati, 9.2.1921
         Hitavadi, 9.9.1921
         Mohammadi, 9.9.1921
         Bengali, 3.9.1921, 10.9.1921, 4.9.1921
         Amrita Bazar Patrika, 4.9.1921
         Swatantra, 2.9.1921, 7.9.1921, 10.9.1921
         Englishman, 26.8.1921
         Calcutta Samachar, 11.9.1921
         Nayak, 31.8.1921
         Moplah Rebellion
153.     Bengali, 27.11.1921, Moplah Rebellion
153.A.   On U.P. Kisan Movement
         - Articles from Abhyudaya, January –March, June-July, October, 1921.
153.B.   NAI, Report of CID Officer on Kisan Sabha Agitation in UP and Proposed
         Amendment of Tenancy Act.
153.C.   NAI, UP Kisan – Home Poll. B. Feb. 1921, No. 195-216 A, Disturbances in
         Rai Bareilly and Fyzabad District.
153.D.   UP Kisan, NWP & O General Orgs, File 50/1921, UP Agrarian Riots, 1921,
         Fyzabad, Rai Bareli.
153.E.   Malabar Rebellion of 1921 by M. Ishaq.
154.     Raiyat, 18.12.1920. 25.12.20, 26.3.21, 5.3.21, 16.4.21, 30.4.21.
         Bengali, 28.1.1921
         Nihar, 1.2.1921
         Rash Dipika, 13.4.1921
         Navayuga, 20.4.1921, 28.4.1921, 24.5.21. 30.5.1921
         Abdul Majid,
         Nayak, 23.4.1921
         Amrita Bazar Patrika, 22.4.1921
         Complaints Against Zamindars’ Agents.
155.     Hitavadi, 24.6.1921
         Nayak, 1.12.1921
         Bengal Agrarian and Kisan Movement.
156.     Amrita Bazar Patrika, 4.10.1921
         Civil Disobedience in Contai.
157.     Raiyt, 18.12.1921, Bengal Agrarian Problem and Movement.
158.     Amrita Bazar Patrika, 2.3.1921, Nankana Saheb Massacre.
159.     Englishman, 5.3.1921, 10.3.1921
         Amrita Bazar Patrika, 2.3.1921
         Nankana Saheb.
160.     Danik Basumati, 22.12.1921, 24.12.1921, 27.12.1921
         Hindustan, 24.12.1921
         Samyavadi, 25.12.1921
         Bangavasi, 1.1.1921
         Dainik Bharat Mitra, 4.2.1921
         Samyavadi, 5.2.1921
         The Champaran Incident.
161.     Bangavasi, 1.1.1921
         Dainik Bharat Mitra, 1.1.1921
         Samyavadi, 5.2.1921
         The Champaran Incident.
162.     Danik Basumati, 22.12.1921, 24.12.1921, 27.12.1921
         Hindustan, 24.12.1921
         Samyavadi, 25.12.1921
         The Champaran Incidents.
162.A.   Bengali Newspaper
             1. Popular Idea about Mr. Gandhi, Sanjivani, 7.7.1921, Hindustan,
                 7.7.1921
             2. Rumours about Gandhi Samaj, 16.7.1921.
163.     Home Poll. F. 85/VII/1921, Excessive Length of a Telegram regarding the
         exodus of the Assam Tea Garden Coolie (Card by P.C. Joshi).
164.     Home Poll. F. 93/I of 1921, Notes on the Situation in Madras (Card by P.C.
         Joshi).
165.     Dainik Basumati, 27.1.1921, Lesson on the Taxi Strike.
166.     Danik Basumati, 27.1.1921, 2.3.1921, 5.4.1921
         Amrita Bazar Patrika, 13.2.1921
         Englishman, 21.3.1921
         Navayuga, 7.4.1921
         Viswamitra, 8.4.1921
         Lessons of the Taxi Strike
167.     Danik Basumati, 3.2.1921, 19.2.1921, 12.4.1921
         Nayak, 7.2.1921, 19.2.1921
         Swatantra, 20.2.1921
         Samyavadi, 20.2.1921
         Bengali, 20.2.1921
         Amrita Bazar Patrika, 23.2.1921, 20.2.1921
         Hitavadi, 4.3.1921, 15.4.1921
         Bangabasi, 5.3.1921, 9.2.1921
         The Tramways Strike
168.     IAR, 1922, pp. 481-83
         All India Railway Men’s Conference, Bombay, 4th February 1921.
169.   Amrita Bazar Patrika, 13.2.1921, Gaya Police Strike.
170.   Dainik Basumati, 5.4.1921, Ichhapur Strike.
171.   Navayuga, 7.4.1921, A Government Secretary and the Seamen’s Union.
172.   Nayak, 6.4.1921
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 8.4.1921
       British Coal Strike and lesson from England.
173.   Amrita Bazar Patrika, 8.4.1921,
       Viswamitra, 8.4.1921
       Nayak, 6.4.1921
       Navayuga, 9.4.1921
       Bengali, 9.4.1921
       Unspecified British Coal Strike
174.   Calcutta Samachar, 26.4.1921
       The Police and the Giridih Incidents.
175.   Navayuga, 9.4.1921
       Dainik Basumati, 27.4.1921, The Kalighat Tram Strike
       Danik Basumati, 12.4.1921, Tramway Report
       Bangavasi, 9.4.1921, Kalighat Tragedy
       Hitavadi, 4.3.1921
       Bangavasi, 4.3.1921, Tram Strike over, Motor Buses Stopped
       Liberty, 24.2.1921
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 23.2.1921
       Hindustan, 19.2.1921
       Nayak, 19.2.1921, 17.2.1921, 18.2.1921
       Swatantra, 20.2.1921
       Samyavadi, 20.2.1921
       Bengali, 20.2.1921
       Viswamitra, 21.2.1921
       Paigam, 11.2.1921
       Moslem, 18.2.1921
       Hitavadi, 18.21921
       Tram Strike and Kalighat Firing.
176.   Servant, 6.5.1921, Swaraja and Labour at Chittagong,
       Nayak, 6.5.1921, Bravo Chittagong
       Danik Basumati, 7.5.1921, The Chittagong Hartal
177.   Amrita Bazar Patrika, 14.5.1921, The Giridih Case – An Object Lesson.
178.   The Servant, 19.5.1921, 27.5.1921, 11.6.1921
       Dainik Basumati, 20.5.1921, 21.5.1921, 24.5.1921, 31.5.1921, 4.6.1921
       Nayak, 20.5.1921, 21.5.1921, 4.6.1921, 13.6.1921
       Calcutta Samachar, 30.5.1921,
       Navayuga, 21.5.1921, 23.5.1921
       Bengali, 21.5.1921, 24.5.1921, 3.6.1921, 1.6.1921, 4.6.1921, 14.6.1921,
       Liberty, 23.5.1921
       Zamana, 23.5.1921
       Samyavadi, 23.5.1921
       Dainik Bharat Mitra, 23.5.1921
       Hitavadi, 27.5.1921
       Viswamitra, 29.5.1921
       Englishman, 3.6.1921, 9.6.1921
       Hindustan, 9.6.1921
       Collie Exodus Assam.
179.   From Prof. S. Roy (Confidential)
       Chandpur Strike, 1921, Fortnightly Review of the Intelligence Branch on
       Native Papers 1921, Freedom Movement Papers, Bundle NO. 29.
180.   Home Poll. F. 173/1921,
       Bangavasi, 20.5.1921
       Nayak, 20.5.1921
       Calcutta Samachar, 20.5.1921
       Dainik Basumati, 27.4.1921, The Kalighat Tram Strike
       Navayuga, 20.5.1921
       Bengali, 21.5.1921
       Zamana, 28.5.1921
       Sir T. Hollands View Regarding Janashakti Article.
181.   Statesman, 7.6.1921, 8.6.1921
       Samyavadi, 7.6.1921,
       Englishman, 7.6.1921
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 8.6.1921
       Bengali, 8.6.1921
       General Official Report
182.   Hitavadi, 24.6.1921, Sir Henry Wheeler’s Report
       Hitavadi, 24.6.1921, Tea-Garden Coolies and Government
       Bangavasi, 26.6.1921, Sir Thomas Holland and the Chandpur Incident
       Bangavasi, 25.6.1921, Indian Ministers, etc. and the Chandpur Incident
       Bangavasi, 25.6.1921, Mr. Andrew’s Misplaced Confidence
       Raiyat, 2.7.1921, Strike and their Necessity
       Nayak, 7.7.1921, The Nature of Strike in East Bengal
       Bangavasi, 9.7.1921, 12.7.1921, The Chandpur Affairs in Council
       Hitavadi, 15.7.1921, Tea Garden Coolies and Government
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 14.7.1921, Tea Garden Morality
       Jyoti, 25.7.1921, Assam Bengali Railway Strike
       Dainik Basumati, 3.8.1921, Assam Bengal Railway Strike
       Swaraj, 1.10.1921, Attitude of Mr. Gandhi Towards Assam Bengal Railway
       Strikers.
183.   Dainik Basumati, 9.8.1921, Calcutta Tramways.
184.   Nayak, 25.10.1920, 23.6.1921, 5.11.1921
       Swaraj, 6.11.1921
       Hitavadi, 4.11.1921
       Bengali, 24.12.1921, 25.6.1921
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 23.6.1921
       Bangavasi, 24.12.1921, 27.12.1921
       Basumati, 25.6.1921
       Calcutta Samachar, 22.6.1921
       Kalilghat Tram Strike and Incident
185.   IAR, 1922, pp. 457-463
       The All India Trade Union Congress Jharia, November 30, 1921.
186.   Swaraj, 4.12.1921
       Bengali, 8.12.1921, The Trade Union Congress
       Pravakar, 9.12.1921, Capital and Labour in Conflict.
187.   Mohammadi, 7.1.1921, The Creed of Indian Muslims Defined in Case of
       Invasion.
188.   Zamana, 8.1.1921
       Mohammadi, 7.1.1921
       Khilafat and Swaraj.
189.   Dainik Basumati, 14.1.1921. Moslem States.
190.   Samyavadi, 19.1.1921, 21.1.1921
       Nayak, 19.1.1921
       Viswamitra, 20.1.1921
       Swatantra, 21.1.1921
       Bengali, 8.6.1921
       British Dignity on the Wane
191.   Samavadi, 21.1.1921
       Foreign Politics (Card by P.C. Joshi)
192.   Amrita Bazar Patrika, 25.1.1921
       Foreign Politics (Card by P.C. Joshi)
193.   Zamana, 26.1.1921
       Foreign Politics (Card by P.C. Joshi).
194.   Zamana, 26.1.1921
       Foreign Politics (Card by P.C. Joshi).
195.   Amrita Bazar Patrika, 25.1.1921
       Labour Delegation to Ireland
       Hitavadi, 25.2.1921
       India and Ireland.
196.   Viswamitra, 25.2.1921
       Swatantra, 23.2.1921
       Zamana, 23.2.1921
       (Card by P.C. Joshi).
197.   Hitavadi, 25.2.1921
       Dainik Basumati, 24.2.1921, India and Ireland
       (Card by P.C. Joshi)
198.   Zamana, 28.2.1921
       Lesson for Indian from the Egyptian Agitation for Independence (Card by P.C.
       Joshi).
199.   Zamana, 28.2.1921
       Learn from Egypt
       Dainik Basumati, 2.3.1921, The Fate of Egypt,
       Mohammadi, 4.3.1921, The Independence of Egypt
       Mohammadi, 18.3.1921, The Egyptian Problem.
200.   Dau-e-Jadid, 3 & 4.3.1921
       Mohammadi, 4.3.1921
       Mosem Hitaishi, 24.2.1921
       Danik Basumati, 2.3. 1921
       Foreign Politics (Card by P.C. Joshi).
201.   Mohammadi, 11.3.1921, 25.3.1921, 13.5.1921
       Dainik Basumati, 12.3.1921, 22.3.1921
       Samayavadi, 12.3.1921, 26.3.1921
       Zamana, 27.3.1921
       Calcutta Samachar, 19.4.1921, 26.4.1921, 14.5.1921
       Hitavadi, 22.4.1921
       Navayuga, 26.4.1921, 6.5.1921, 16.5.1921
       Viswamitra, 27.4.1921, 5.5.1921, 13.5.1921, 14.5.1921
       Raiyat, 30.4.1921
       Swatantra, 9.5.1921
       Nayak, 5.5.1921, 12.5.1921, 14.5.1921
       Bengali, 11.5.1921, 12.5.1921
       Dainik Bharat Mitra, 13.5.1921, 15.5.1921, 20.5.1921
       The Kabul Mission
202.   Mohammadi, 11.3.1921, Afghan Bolshevik Bogey.
203.   Hindustan, 12.3.1921, The Bogey of Foreign Invasion
204.   Hindustan, 12.3.1921, Bogey of Foreign Invasion (Card by P.C. Joshi).
204.   Hindustan, 12.3.1921, Bogey of Foreign Invasion (Card by P.C. Joshi).
205.   Liberty, 15.3.1921, Moslem States – General.
206.   Dainik Bharat Mitra, 15.3.1921
       Mohammadi, 18.3.1921
       Viswamitra, 16.3.1921
       Samayavadi, 18.3.1921
       Moslem States (Card by P.C. Joshi).
207.   Dainik Basumati, 22.3.1921
       The Frontier Problem (Card by P.C. Joshi)
208.   Zamana, 31.3.1921
       Moslem and Swaraj (Card by P.C. Joshi)
209.   Pravasi, Baisakh, 1328 B.E.
       Indian Sepoys in Foreign Countries (Card by P.C. Joshi)
210.   Pravasi, Baisakh, 1328 B.E.
       Indian Sepoys in Foreign Countries (Card by P.C. Joshi)
211.   Zamana, 31.4.1921
       Bolshevik, Britain and the Islamic Countries.
212.   Navayuga, 7.4.1921, The Future of Palestine
       Mussalman, 25.3.1921, Musalmans – Khilafat and Swaraj.
213.   Navayuga, 7.4.1921
       Zamana, 7.4.1921
       Hitavadi, 8.4.1921
       Moslem States (Card by P.C. Joshi).
214.   Amrita Bazar Patrika, 13.4.1921, Moslem States (Card by P.C. Joshi).
215.   Bajali, 15.4.1921, Freedom for India Ireland and Egypt.
216.   Calcutta Samachar, 19.4.1921
       Hitavadi, 22.4.1921
       Zamana, 21.4.1921, 24.4.1921
       Daur-e-Jadid, 24.4.1921
       Moslem States (Card by P.C. Joshi)
217.   Zamana, 21.4.1921, The British and the Moslem States.
218.   Mohammadi, 22.4.1921, The Emir Feisul.
219.   Mohammadi, 22.4.1921, 23.4.1921
       Viswamitra, 27.4.1921
       Samayavadi, 26.4.1921
       Navayuga, 26.4.1921
       Raiyat, 30.4.1921
       Moslem States (Card by P.C. Joshi).
220.   Mohammadi, 24.4.1921
       The Moslem Delegation – Regarding Khilafat to UK.
221.   Dainik Bharat Mitra, 24.4.1921
       Calcutta Samachar, 24.4.1921
       The Frontier Policy (Card by P.C. Joshi)
222.   Nayak, 5.5.1921
       Viswamitra, 5.5.1921, 6.5.1921
       Navayuga, 6.5.1921
       Swatantra, 9.5.1921
       Moslem States, Afghanistan and NWF Province, The Bolshevik Bogey.
223.   Liberty, 6.5.1921
       Afghan-Russian Alliance and the Urgency of Swaraj (Card by P.C. Joshi).
224.   Pravasi for Baisakh
       Samyavadi, 9.5.1921, The Sevres Treaty.
225.   Bengali, 11.5.1921, 12.5.1921
       Nayak, 12.5.1921, 14.5.1921
       Mohammadi, 13.5.1921
       Dainik Bharat Mitra, 13.5.1921, 15.5.1921
       Viswamitra, 13.5.1921, 14.5.1921
       Calcutta Samachar, 14.5.1921
       Navayuga, 16.5.1921
       Afghan Invasion (Card by P.C. Joshi).
226.   Mohammadi, 13.5.1921
       Navayuga, 15.5.1921
       The Turkish Treaty. (Card by P.C. Joshi).
227.   Dainik Bharat Mitra, 20.5.1921
       Afghan Invasion and NCO (Card by P.C. Joshi)
228.   Mohammadi, 17.6.1921
       Foreign attack and Mussalman’s Duty
       Mohammadi, 17.6.1921, Egypt
       Daur-e-Jadid, 7.7.1921, Irak
       Mohammadi, 8.7.1921
       The Palestine Congress
       The Graeco Turkish War
       Daur-e-Jadid, 9.7.1921
       The Victory of Kemal Pasha and the Movement of British Warships.
       Bengali, 25.8.1921
       Affairs in Mesopotamia
       Bangavasi, 27.8.1921, Rebellion in Morocco
       Mohammadi, 26.8.1921, The Egyptian Delegation, Turkey
       Swaraj, 1.9.1921, 4.9.1921, Turkey
       Mohammadi, 26.8.1921, Iraq
       Navasangha, 4.9.1921, Arabia
       Dainik Basumati, 13.9.1921, The Moplah Riots
       Dainik Basumati, 15.9.1921, The Congress Committee and the Moplab Riots,
       Mohammadi, 23.9.1921, The Delegation from Egypt, Turkish Nationalist party
       Viswamitra, 13.10.1921, Our Foreign Policy,
       Mohammadi, 28.10.1921, The Policy of Externment in Egypt,
       Mohammadi, 4.11.1921, British Influence in Persia, The Exypt, Ireland and
       India,
       Dainik Basumati, 14.11.1921, Egyptian Independence,
       Mohammadi, 2.11.1921, The Afghan Treaty,
       Sevak, 1.12.1921, The Egyptian Question,
       Swaraj, 8.12.1921, Egypt (Card by P.C. Joshi).
229.   Pravasi for Sravan
       Hindustan, 5.7.1921, 9.7.1921
       Dainik Bharat Mitra, 6.7.1921
       Bangavasi, 9.7.1921
       Anand Bazar Patrika, 16.8.1921
       Servant, 7.91921
       Swaraj, 7.9.1921
       Jyoti, 229.1921
       The Irish Situation
230.   Pravasi for Sravan
       The angora Government and England
       Danik Basumati, 26.7.1921
       The Greeks in Anatolia
       Mohammadi, 29.7.1921
       Despatch of Volunteers to help the Turks
       Mohammadi, 15.7.1921
       Allied Warships Near Constantinople
       Daur-e-Jadid, 22.7.1921
       Greece and Turkey and Britain’s Duty
       Bangavasi, 6.8.1921
       Help for Angora
       Mohammadi, 12.8.1921
       Despatch of Volunteers
       Mohammadi, 9.9.1921
       The Turko-Greek War
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 15.9.1921
       Mandate for Mesopotamia
       Navayuga, 9.9.1921
       Greek Atrocities
       Danik Basumati, 14.9.1921
       The Turkish War
       Mohammadi, 30.9.1921
       The Graeco-Turkish War
       Dainik Bharat Mitra, 4.10.1921
       British Help for the Greeks
       Mohammadi, 2.12.1921
       Britain and Turkey (Card by P.C. Joshi)
231.   Moslem Hitaishi, 21.7.1921, In Moslem World (Card by P.C. Joshi).
232.   The Englishman, 22.7.1921, The Khilafat and the Congress,
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 7.10.1921, The Manifesto (Ali Brothers Prosecution etc)
       Mohammadi, 14.19.1921, AIKC Resolution that Sent Ali Brothers to Jail,
       Navayuga, 18.12.1921, Cow-Killing (Card by P.C. Joshi).
233.   Mohammadi, 5.8.1921, Rising in Morocco (Card by P.C. Joshi).
234.   Bijali, 5.8.1921, Lord Cruzan on Persia.
235.   Pravasi for Bhadra
       Mohammadi, 9.9.1921
       Dainik Basumati, 20.10.1921
       Afghan Menace and Anglo-Afghani Treaty.
236.   Raiyat, 18.12.1920
       Viswamitra, 25.12.1920, 16.3.1921
       Daur-e-Jadid, 3 & 4.3.1921, 24.4.1921
       Mohammadi, 25.2.1921, 4.3.1921, 18.3.1921, 25.3.1921, 13.5.1921
       Zamana, 23.2.1921, 24.4.1921
       Swatantra, 27.2.1921
       Moslem Hitaishi, 24.2.1921
       Dainik Bharat Mitra, 15.3.1921
       Samyavadi, 18.3.1921, 9.5.1921
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 13.4.1921,
       Pravasi for BAisakh
       Navayuga, 15.5.1921.
       The Turkish Treaty.
237.   Moslem Hitaishi, 31.12.1921, Moslem States (Card by P.C. Joshi).
238.   Moslem Hitaishi, 31.12.1921, Mr. Llyod George and Turkey.
239.   Hindustan, 1.12.1920, Conference of the Subject of the Native States.
240.   Hindustan, 31.12.1921, Conference of the Subject of the Native States.
241.   Bengali, 10.2.1921, 11.2.1921
       Nayak, 10.2.1921, 1.2.1921
       Samyavadi, 10.2.1921, 11.2.1921
       Zamana, 12.2.1921
       Amrita Bazar Patrika, 11.2.1921
       Dainik Basumati, 11.2.1921
       Dainik Bharat Mitra, 11.2.1921
       Viswamitra, 11.2.1921
       Swatantra, 10.2.1921
       The Opening of Central Legislatures of Princes the Duke Speech.
242.   Tripura Gazette, 28.2.1921
       Tripura Guide, 1.3.1921
       Hindustan, 3.3.1921
       Defective System of Administration.
243.   Hindustan, 3.3.1921
       Mr. Cobden’s Ramsay’s Influence in the Fedatory State Orissa.
244.   Bengali, 19.4.1921
       Hindustan, 18.4.1921
       Dainik Basumati, 20.4.1921
       Navayuga, 20.4.1921
       Hitavadi, 22.4.1921
       Dewan of Jaipur.
245.   Navayuga, 20.4.1921
       Woes of Raiyats – Tripura
       Tripura Gazette, 28.2.1921
       Defective System of Administration in Tripura
       Tripura Guide, 1.3.1921
       Self-Government in Indian States.
246.   Bengali, 19.4.1921
       Dainik Basumati, 20.4.1921
       Navayuga, 20.4.1921
       Hitavadi, 22.4.1921
       Sir Charles Clevelands Appointment – Jaipur State.
247.   Sanjivani, 21.4.1921
       Mr. Cobden Ramsay.
248.   Sanjivani, 21.4.1921
       Mr. Cobden Ramsay – Orissa.
249.   Sanjivani, 28.4.1921
       Bangavasi, 30.4.1921
       A Serious Allegation against Mr. Cobden Ramsay – Orissa.
250.   Nayak, 11.5.1921
       Dainik Basumati, 11.5.1921
       Swatantra, 12.5.1921, 13.5.1921
       Bangavasi, 14.5.1921
       Separation of Judicial and Executive Functions in Hyderabad.
251.   Nayak, 11.5.1921
       Swatantra, 12.5.1921
       Bangavasi, 14.5.1921
       Separation of Judicial and Executive Functions in Hyderabad.
252.   Amrita Bazar Patrika, 11.5.1921
       Swarajya, 13.5.1921
       The Gwalior State and Extremist Papers.
253.   Calcutta Samachar, 22.5.1921
       Swatantra, 28.5.1921
       Samyavadi, 25.5.1921
       Maharaja of Kolhapur.
254.   Home Poll. Dep. June 1921, No. 64
       Fortnightly Report, June First Half
       Deccan States Raiyats Conference Poona 24-25 May (Card by P.C. Joshi).
255.   Calcutta Samachar, 22.5.1921
       Swatantra, 28.5.1921
       Samyavadi, 25.5.1921
       Maharaja of Kolhapur.
256.   Dainik Basumati, 22.6.1921
       Lala Lajpat Rai and Kapurthala State.
257.   Tripura Guide, 6.9.1921
       The Agartala State
       Tripura Guide, 13.9.1921
       The Present Minister of the Tippera Raj State
       Tripura Guide, 20.9.1921
       Corruption in the Officer in Tripura
       Tripura Guide, 27.9.1921
       Agartala News.
258.   Home Poll. F. 300/1921, Report from AGC Rajputana regarding Unrest among
       the Shils.
259.   Swatantra, 14.11.1921
       Lord reading’s Speech at the Chamber of Princes (Card by P.C. Joshi).
260.   Home Poll. Dep. Feb. 1922, Progs. 35, F.R. December 1921, First Half,
       Stopping the sale of Milk by Villagers of Kaira District in Response to NCO
       Movement (Card by P.C. Joshi).
261.   Home Poll. Dep. Feb. 1921 No. 77
       Fortnightly Reports Second Half December 1920
           - Nagpur Congress Session
           - All India Liberal Federation
           - Provincial Reports
           - Industrial Situation
262.   Home Poll. Dep. Feb. 1921
       Fortnightly Reports First Half December 1920
263.   Home Poll. A, January 1921 No. 33
       Fortnightly Reports Second Half November 1920
264.   Home Poll. Dep. April 1921 No. 41
       Fortnightly Reports First Half January 1921
265.   Home Poll. Dep. April 1921 No. 42
       Fortnightly Reports Second Half January 1921
266.   Home Poll. Dep. April 1921 No. 43
       Fortnightly Reports Second Half February 1921
267.   Home Poll. Dep. June 1921 No. 65
       Reports on the Political Situation in India during the First Half of March 1921.
268.   Home Poll. Dep. June 1921 No. 45
       Fortnightly Reports on the Political Situation in India during the fortnight
       ending 31 March 1921.
269.   Home Poll. Dep. June 1921 No. 51
       Fortnightly Reports on the Political Situation in India during the fortnight
       ending 15 April 1921.
270.   Home Poll. Dep. June 1921 No. 13
       Fortnightly Reports on the Political Situation in India during the fortnight
       ending 30 April 1921.
271.   Home Poll. Dep. June 1921 No. 64
       Fortnightly Reports, May first half 1921.
272.   Home Poll. Dep. June 1921 No. 63
       Fortnightly Reports, May first half 1921.
273.   Home Poll. Dep. June 1921 No. 64
       Fortnightly Reports, June first half 1921, Rajputana
       Anti-Feudal Peoples Movement by Working People of Jaipur, Udaipur Non-
       Payment of Revenue.
274.   Home Poll. Dep. June 1921 No. 64
       Fortnightly Reports on the Political Situation June first half (Assam Coolie
       Exodus Boycott Movement Strikes Anti-Brothers Apology).
275.   Home Poll. Dep. June 1921 No. 12
       Reports on the Political Situation in India during the fortnight ending 14th June
       1921.
276.   Home Poll. Dep. September 1921 No. 1
       Fortnightly Reports July First Half
       Mysore
       Rajputana
       Udaipur Bhils Unrest
       Baroda – Khedut Sabha.
277.   Home Poll. Dep. September 1921 No. 1
       Fortnightly Reports July First Half at Bombay and Bengal Reports June
       Second Half.
278.   Home Poll. Dep. January 1921 No. 45-46, pp. 1-3,
       Reports by the Director, Intelligence Bureau Regarding Bolshevik Activities in
       India
       Abolition of the Special Bureau of Information under Colonel O’Connor and
       of the Temporary Appointment of Mr. Carbett in the Office of the Director,
       Intelligence Bureau.
279.   Home Poll. Dep. January 1921 No. 75
       Reports by the Director, Intelligence Bureau January 1921 (Extracts).
280.   Home Poll. Dep. January 1921 No. 45-46, pp. 1-3,
       Reports by the Director, Intelligence Bureau for March 1921
       Indian Activity in Europe
       The Internal Situation
       Indian Activities in America
         The Bolsheviks Menace (Card by P.C. Joshi).
280.A.   Bengali Journals of the Twenties Information from Mazaffar Ahmed
         Dhumketu Bijalee – Sankar, Atmasakti
         Samhati, Samyavadi, Sramik, Information from Gautan.
281.     Bhartya Mazdooron ki Awastha (Condition of Indian Labour) – Lajpat Rai,
         Maryada, January 1921.
282.     Russia and Japan, Abhuudaya, 5th February, 1921.
283.     Europe me Viplavaki Tairary Bolshevism ka Janm (Birth of Bolshevism),
         Abhyudaya, 31st March, 1921.
284.     Abhyudaya ko Sarkar Chatavani (Government’s Treat to Abhyudaya,
         Maryada, June 1921.
285.     England and France, Abhyudaya, 21st August, 1921.
286.     Home Poll. F. No. 357/1921, Political Government of Bihar and Orissa,
         Political Dept. Special Section – Riots in Champaran (Card by P.C. Joshi).

				
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