Nothing reflects better the situation in India and the mood of its government than the speech Prime Minister Indira Gandhi delivered last March in Patiala. Mrs. Gandhi noted that there had been a sharp decline in India’s image abroad. A year ago, after the victory over Pakistan, India’s stock was very high. “But today India is nowhere in the world papers.”
The Prime Minister did not attribute this to the poor performance of her government—nor to the lack of th...
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