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Sad, Lonely, but Never Afraid

Indira Gandhi: 1917-1984 An interviewer once asked Indira Gandhi if it was true, as he had heard from one of her aunts, that she had been the family pet...

INDIA: Nehru Moves Left

"Dear Comrade," wrote Jawaharlal Nehru to each member of his Cabinet. "On the eve of my visit to China, I venture to write to you to dispel doubts and...

IDEAS: Pandit's Mind

(See Cover) One summer, a quarter of a century ago, streams of Hindu pilgrims came for their annual ritual bath at the confluence of the holy rivers Ganges...

India: A Nehru Back in Politics

"Do not be captivated by her beauty," warned Socialist Dr. Ram Lohia. "Inside she is pure venom!" He further claimed that Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, 64, retained...

INDIA: A Rise of Voices

Throughout India last week there was an increasingly articulate protest against the leadership—or lack of it—of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. A year ago,...

INDIA: The Lone Fireman

Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was as busy last week as a solitary fireman putting out a brush fire. In dashing cold water on the ardor of his countrymen...

THE NATION: Pandit & President

With an air and manner about him that compelled attention, India's Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was the Man in the News last week, and in his t ypical...

Foreign News: Nehru Never Wins

(See Cover) The shuffling of camel pads pounded softly near a great cream-colored mansion in Allahabad where the white, gold and green flag of the Indian...

India: Very Patient Nehru

Eighteen months have passed since Red Chinese troops occupied 12,000 square miles of northern Indian soil. The troops are still there. Prime Minister Jawaharlal...

INDIA: The Tiger Rider

Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was getting just about the worst press he had ever received in India. What made everyone mad last week was his threat to...

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